How to Make Perfect Scrambled Eggs

Scrambled Eggs

Making the perfect scrambled eggs is often a point of great debate among cooks and chefs alike and everyone seems to have a different opinion - cook on high, cook on low, stir constantly, stir infrequently......I use the same technique every time and they turn out soft, creamy and delish every … [Read more...]


In the mood for Thai Lentil Soup

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High fibre, low fat, low kilojoule recipe I have a lot of favourite soups because I love soup and can’t get enough of it when it’s cold outside. But my Thai Lentil Soup is truly a favourity fave, a favourite of favourites, the epitome of favouritism. It’s good. So good in fact that my girls ask … [Read more...]


In the mood for Low Fat Vanilla Rice Pudding with Toffee Apples

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Do you find yourself wanting desserts more often in the cold months? I do. When it’s warm outside I’m okay without dessert (or at least it doesn’t haunt me) but when it’s cold I’m all in for comforting pies and puddings. What’s with that? Rather than try to explain it, I’m jumping right into this … [Read more...]


5 Tips to Fight The Winter Blues


I get the Winter Blues every year. What can I say, I’m not a winter person. It’s too cold. I don’t like to be cold. When I’m cold I stay inside. When I stay inside I eat and I don’t exercise. And then I get sad, flat and uninspired not to mention a little wider. This winter I’ve got a plan to … [Read more...]


In the mood for Super Healthy Cottage Pie

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New recipe: Low Fat Winter Comfort Food It’s the fourth day of Winter and whilst I’m not crazy about the cold weather that arrived exactly 4 days ago, I am beside myself with the idea of warm cozy comfort food. Mmmmmmm, comfort food...... Yes, I am a comfort food lover of epic proportions. If I … [Read more...]


In the mood for Chicken Soup with Dumplings

Chicken soup with dumplings

5 reasons why you need to eat this soup Today I’m bringing you Chicken Soup with Dumplings. It’s not a new Moodie recipe but definitely one of my favourites and worth a reminder that it’s here in all its creamy, chickenny goodness.   Why I love this soup SO much: It’s got chicken … [Read more...]


Compare It – Sausage Rolls

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New recipe – healthy, low fat sausage rolls Welcome to the first of my Compare It posts where I take something that’s traditionally unhealthy and make it healthily good for you. Big (Un)Fat Bonus! And we’re starting with sausage rolls. Of course we are, those big juicy rolls of beef and pastry … [Read more...]


In the mood for Brown Sugar Porridge with Apples

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New recipe: low fat, low kilojoule, high fibre breakfast recipe It’s been a while since I’ve done a breakfast recipe and with the colder weather fast approaching, I thought it was time for a Winter Warmer. Porridge is one of my favourite breakfasts when it's cold outside; it’s thick and creamy … [Read more...]


Eat Your Fibre – but how much is enough?


Not to be indelicate but if you’ve ever had a painful poo chances are you’re not getting enough fibre in your diet. For me, that’s reason enough to eat lots of fibre but there are other reasons. Fibre is primarily needed to keep your digestive tract healthy and happy, cleaning out your system and … [Read more...]


In the mood for Secret Ingredient Chocolate Brownies

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High fibre, low fat, low calorie, sweet treat I'm not sure I could survive without chocolate brownies. Well, I probably could but I don't think I'd want to. There's just something so comforting about a fudgy, chocolately square of brownie goodness isn't there? And when you make them with my … [Read more...]



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In the mood for THE Best Breakfast Smoothie EVER

My girls don’t always feel like breakfast and it can be grind to get them to eat something that will

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In the mood for Vegetarian Spaghetti Bolognese

Spag Bol. It’s a dish I grew up on. It’s the first recipe I learnt to cook by myself. It’s been my

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