Most mornings after the gym, I find myself rather hungry. Fed up of my usual yoghurts and oats I decided to make my own homemade granola. Admittedly, more expensive than store bought but I got to add vanilla protein to make it slightly healthier and made the flavour to suit what I liked. You'll need:
Summer lunches in the office, inevitably getting fed up of limp salad. So roll in quinoa, one of those health foods that have been kicking around for years, that I have only just tried. It's surprisingly easy to make, you'll need 20g of quinoa per serving. Then 200ml of water for each serving, I was
One of my favourite no-fuss dinners. Essentially, chop all ingredients, roll salmon in foil, add spices, bake in the oven. Start by chopping your sweet potato into wedges and place in a baking tray. Turn the oven to 200C. Chop the peppers, and remove the lower bits of the asparagus. Sprinkle the wedges with paprika
This is a super rich chocolate cake, I'm talking over 500g worth of chocolate. A slightly altered verison of this white chocolate wedding cake from BBC Good Food, again for my parents silver wedding. We did 3/5 of the recipe and used two 24cm round cake tins, and didn't do the dark chocolate buttercream layers!
Fishing for a recipe for dinner? I've caught the perfect one and it couldn't be simpler. You'll need: 40g fillet of monkfish 1 tablespoon flour 1 tablepspoon black pepper grinded 1 tablespoon salt Lemons Plenty of white wine Start by drying your fish using a paper towel. When it's dry add to a casserole dish.