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Healthy Chocolate Hazelnut Spread (Three ways)

As a Nutella lover from an early age, only recently have I realised that I can recreate my favourite childhood food (Yes I ate it by the spoonful) in a healthier way. No additives, nor added sugar, just sticky, nutty, chocolate-y galore. And yes, it's better than Nutella, if you like extra nuts that is! Not… Continue reading Healthy Chocolate Hazelnut Spread (Three ways)

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The Easiest Vegetable Crisps

After finding some old broccoli in the fridge and a sweet potato not large enough to make some lovely fries, I decided I would love a salty and crispy snack! This is such a simple and super easy recipe, anyone can do it. All you need is a vegetable peeler, a microwave and some tasty veggies!… Continue reading The Easiest Vegetable Crisps

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Easter Chocolates with a Healthy Caramel Centre

Some health-obsessed people right around Easter start listing reasons why you should not be eating Easter eggs full of additives, and instead making some interesting Easter based food instead. That's not me, this recipe provides you with a quick and tasty and healthy chocolate delight, spring themed but tasty all year round! With two flavours:… Continue reading Easter Chocolates with a Healthy Caramel Centre

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Lentil Veggie Bowl

Until this week, I had a memory of lentils tasting 'fluffy' and bland and had avoided them for a very long time, but I had never had them cooked well to actually realise how tasty they can be (sorry mum!). I think one of the main problems of my dislike toward lentils was I had… Continue reading Lentil Veggie Bowl

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Parkrun changed my life

28/06/2014, at age 13, I set foot in Poole Park at 9:00AM, for the very first time and I have never looked back since. My first parkrun was painful to my mum, who carried a water bottle in her hand and passed it to me every time I grunted at her, she ended up promising… Continue reading Parkrun changed my life

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What I ate on my Duke of Edinburgh

Yes it may be March, but this past weekend I have just completed my Silver Duke of Edinburgh practice weekend. The camping part was so cold, but seven layers kept me warm! Call me crazy, but I love navigating around the countryside with a heavy rucksack on my back. Silver involves 3 days walking and… Continue reading What I ate on my Duke of Edinburgh