The Food Edition: Healthy Cauliflower Based Pizza

If you’re already on the healthy eating bandwagon then the cauliflower pizza base will be nothing new to you. This gluten free base cuts out the carbs, favoured by the likes of Deliciously Ella and Madeleine Shaw, this revamped pizza is the most popular ‘clean eating’ craze this year. The base itself is super easy to make and consists of only four ingredients. small cauliflower 2 egg whites pinch of oregano 3 tbs gluten free plain flour Simply blitz up the cauliflower until fine, combine the rest of the ingredients and mix together until you have a sitcky dough like consistency and then spoon onto grease-proof paper and smooth out…
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The Food Edition: One Pot Prawn Thai Soup

Big one pot dishes are probably my favourite. Simple, quick cooking that doesn’t require a lot of technique but tastes great and the best part is that you’re left with a big batch for lunch the next day. I absolutely love Thai inspired flavours, this dish would be the perfect replacement for a Friday night take away! The recipe is by the wonderful Madeleine Shaw although i have tweaked it a little (i have basically have thrown in some extra veggie goodness). What you will need: cooking Oil 2 carrots 400ml can of coconut milk 200ml of vegetable stock 1 red chilli bunch of fresh corriander (optional,…
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The Food Edition: Thrift Farm, Whaddon 

In need of last minute bank holiday plans? Want to occupy the kids but don’t want to spend a fortune? If you have weather on your side (sadly not guaranteed) there are some fantastic places to spend the bank holiday without blowing the budget. I’m constantly trawling the internet in search of places to take my niece and recently stumbled upon Thrift Farm in Buckinghamshire (super close to Milton Keynes) it’s adorable, a perfect place to venture to on a bank holiday Monday. It’s free for little ones under two and just £2.00 for children up to sixteen so certainly won’t be breaking the bank. I’m 25 and i still…
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The Breakfast Edition: Groundworks, Hitchin 

 Been searching for that perfect vegetarian breakfast? Look no further, head down to The Groundworks in Hitchin, my lovely local market town. Although, if the thought of leaving your bed before midday on Sunday fills you with dread then don’t worry, brunch is served until 3pm. I have been here a handful of times, anywhere that serves pancakes with gorgeous fruity toppings can’t keep me away! Since cutting out meat i have struggled to find somewhere that offers anything past beans on toast. The Groundworks have a menu to drool over from savoury to sweet treats. On a recent trip i devoured a full vegetarian breakfast which…
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The Food Edition: Dairy Free Chocolate Brookies

It’s okay to be naughty every now and then, right? I have been making some fairly big changes in my diet recently and i have been trying my hardest to cut down on dairy, replacing butter with coconut oil and cow’s milk with almond so this recipe was right up my street. Spotted on the blog of the lovely Lily Pebbles. They are named Brookies – half brownie, half cookie, they are as good as they look if not better. They have a crunchy, crispy outside and a soft squidgy center so you get the best of both worlds! To make these you will need: 85g good…
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