Our favourite times tend to involve food, whether it be baking the day away, catching up with friends over coffee and home-made treats, family feasts, researching foodies’ blogs or visiting (and stalking the menus of) restaurants.
Eating is an essential part of any eating disorder recovery process, and we’re foodies to our core. That’s why we want to share our favourite delicious recipes with you (plus it would be rude to keep them to ourselves!).
This lasagna is based on a recipe by Jessica Merchant (How Sweet It Is), but I’ve changed it up to include the ingredients I had at home. If you like cheese, roast veggies or pasta then please read on. >> Get the recipe
This recipe is such a great easy dinner when you feel like a warm, comforting bowl of pasta. >> Get the recipe
This recipe for plum crumble (or “plumble” as it’s known in our house) is a great way to use those summer fruits. Plus it makes a great next day breakfast served cold with vanilla bean yoghurt. >> Get the recipe
This recipe is a new one that kind of came together because I’d been craving some good old-fashioned pasta bake. It’s super easy to make and is one of our favourite Meat-Free Monday meals. >> Get the recipe
We don’t do anything special or out of the ordinary with our pesto, but we have had so many requests for the recipe we thought we better put it up! >> Get the recipe
I have to say from a person who does not love cake all that much, this recipe is absolutely scrumptious. I love the fudgey goodness of this cake, and the cranberries give it that little bit of something extra. >> Get the recipe
An easy go-to meal that can be made ahead of time and provides plenty of leftovers. >> Get the recipe
Granola is my all-time favourite breakfast option. I’ve always been a cereal girl at heart and some days I will have it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. >> Get the recipe
This minestrone soup is one of those “make up as you go” recipes so you can get creative with your preferred ingredients. However, we must be pushy and say the parmesan rind is a must, if you haven’t used this in soups before you have to try it—it’s a life changer. >> Get the recipe
A nutrient-packed dish that’s quick and easy to make when unexpected guests drop in (and stay for lunch!) >> Get the recipe
Falafels are one of our go-to meals. They’re easy to make, cheap and the ingredients can almost always be found in our fridge and pantry. >> Get the recipe
Every cook should have this recipe in their repertoire. >> Get the recipe
When the weather gets cooler you can’t beat this heartwarming soup. >> Get the recipe
We love salmon. And we love vegetables. We’d be crazy not to put ’em together…and so would you! >> Get the recipe