Veggie balls with ‘courgetti’ and tomato and basil sauce
Step-by-step method for making Veggie balls with ‘courgetti’ and tomato and basil sauce yourself.
Cauliflower Based Pizza
Being a big fan of pizza this was a recipe that I just had to try out, when the concept of using cauliflower as a base was shared with me by the lovely Karon Whyte (A friend and fan on our Facebook Page) I just had to give it a go. This recipe is a bit like marmite, you will either love it or hate it. I have played around with the ingredients a bit and although somewhat different to the original recipe I found this one works for me. But like I always say use my recipes as a base to build…
Mashed peas on toast
Peas on toast are the new avocado on toast! Try mashing peas with Parmigiano Reggiano, a little oil, mint and lemon zest. Pile onto sourdough toast and top with a poached egg for a delicious breakfast.
Smörgåsbord Platter - amelia freer
This festive Smörgåsbord Platter has to be the most exquisite way to serve a crowd a feast of colour, flavour and goodness, plus it’s the perfect way to use up leftovers and short-lived fresh produce over the Christmas holiday.
Puy Lentil Stew - amelia freer
This lentil stew is a winner – it ticks all the boxes for a simple, wholesome, nutritious, comforting supper. Use a good vegetable stock if you’re making this vegan.
Amelia Freer shares her Eat. Nourish. Glow secrets with Harvey Nichols
Nutritional therapist Amelia Freer recently launched her fist book: Eat. Nourish. Glow. She shares her secrets to cleaner eating in an exclusive interview.
Pumpkin Dahl Soup - amelia freer
A big, comforting, fragrant bowl of dhal on a wintery day is always a treat. This one, made with seasonal pumpkin (autumn), gently spiced with some health-boosting turmeric, is topped with delicious caramelised onions and so is my autumn go to staple. The red lentils provide some protein, fibre and essential nutrients – all of which are beneficial for our digestive health so not only is this soup comforting and filling, but deliciously good for us too.
Amelia Freer's 5 Easy Swaps
Renowned Nutritional Therapist Amelia Freer tends to the dietary needs of a roster of high-profile clients and has become a star in her own right within the health industry for her widely-followed pure-eating principles.
Detox your kitchen and GLOW with health:
Changing the way you eat and what you buy can improve your vitality and the first step to healthy living is transforming your relationship with food. Here, Amelia Freer reveals how this can be done.
What Quantities for Green Juice?
Many of you have asked me about the quantities of ingredients that I use for juices, so I thought it might be helpful to show you visually the rough quantities I use to make 2 small glasses. This…
Festive Quinoa Nut Roast with Cranberries - amelia freer
I had never made a nut roast before but, ‘oh my’, I am delighted with this one! I don’t often eat quinoa, but it works perfectly here, and together with the pistachios, hazelnuts, cranberries and butternut squash, provides many essential nutrients, protein and fibre.
Shakshuka using leftover vegetables - amelia freer
The smoky heat of a shakshuka brings wonderful flavour to leftover vegetables. Here, I used chestnuts, crunchy red cabbage, peas and leeks, but this is so versatile, so I encourage you to experiment and use what you have to hand.