Category Archives: Recipes

Potato patty
3 large potatos
1 red onion
1 egg
1 bunch coriander
3 tbs Potato starch
Vegetable oil

Boil potato in a saucepan until soft, drain and remove skin and mash
Chop onion finely and shallow fry in oil until soft
Chop coriander and mix into potato, beat egg and add salt and pepper. If too mushy add 2 tbs potato starch
Make into tbs size pattys and Shallow fry on medium heat until brown on both sides.
You can also make them smaller into balls for party appetisers.

Chickpea & Haloumi curry

Chickpea and Haloumi Curry



1 can Chickpeas

400g Tomato passata or crushed tomatos in can

100g Haloumi

1 Onion

1 Garlic

1 tbs olive oil

½ tsp Cumin

¼ tsp Cayenne powder

½ tsp Coriander powder

Salt to taste

Yoghurt Sauce:

Fresh Coriander to garnish

½ cup Greek Yoghurt

Salt to taste

Cumin powder to taste


Chop the onion, haloumi and garlic.

Heat a saucepan with some olive oil.

Add the onion and sauté until soft.

Add the garlic for a minute and then the spices cumin, coriander, cayenne and salt and cook for 1 minute.

Add the Passata sauce and chickpeas and simmer for 10 minutes.

Add the haloumi and simmer for a further 5 minutes.

Whilst curry is cooking, add the cumin and salt to the yoghurt and stir through.

Wash the coriander and remove the stems, keeping the leaves for garnish.

Serve your curry into individual bowls and top with yoghurt and coriander.

are you in the equation of your life?

I have noticed that the times that I get irritated, frustrated or run down are the times where I have shut off including myself in the equation.

When I don’t pay attention to cues from my body or continue to ignore the things that feel really light and joyful to me instead choosing the list of what I ‘should ‘ be doing, I notice things can seem really heavy quickly.

So today I’m choosing for me. I wonder what wonderful things will show up?


Just a few notes on this wonderful fruit. The fig is high in nutrients and fibre so they’re great for digestion and also known to support in prevention of major health risks like heart disease and diabetes.

Figs are high in calcium and magnesium for musculoskeletal health along with iron, copper, antioxidants and vitamin K so anyone on blood thinners should be careful with how many they have.

Figs are also a focus of study for their effects on antitumour activity and dermatitis so hopefully more good things will be discovered about this wonderful fruit to report soon.

Fresh figs are the best option to consume as dried figs have higher sugar levels.

It also helps that they are naturally sweet with low calories but should still be enjoyed in moderation.

It’s so versatile in the kitchen whether your eating raw or cooking. Some beautiful ways to enjoy figs are to eat them fresh, rocket and feta, through salad with pomegranates or on top of cake.

I’m curious, how do you like figs?

Sesame crusted Tofu Quinoa bowl

This is such a great recipe for powering up vegetarians.

Its high in protein and contains great nutrients for optimising red blood cells, maintaining healthy bowels and supporting great skin.

You can also make a few servings to have for another lunch or dinner.


500g Firm Tofu

½ Avocado

1 cup Quinoa

3 tbs Sesame seeds

Canned Lentils

1 bunch Spinach

Vegetable stock 2 cups

3 Tbs Tamari

1 tsp ginger

Drain and slice your tofu into squares.

Place in a bowl with tamari and grated ginger.

Marinate whilst preparing quinoa.

Place quinoa in saucepan with stock to cover. Heat  until stock  is absorbed. (Approximately 10—15minutes )

While quinoa is cooking, slice your avocado and set aside.

Rinse your spinach, chop into small pieces.

Drain the tin of lentils

Add the spinach to the quinoa to wilt for the last 5 minutes.

Heat a non stick frypan and add sesame seeds for a minute to toast. Set aside in a bowl.

Add the tofu to the frypan and cook for 4-5 minutes on each side. Take each tofu slice and coat in sesame seeds.

Serve the quinoa and spinach in a bowl. Add a few slices of tofu, some of the lentils and garish with avocado.

Season with salt and pepper to taste.

Colour Healing ORAcle

Turquoise healing (One of my favourites)

Colour healing oracle reading- Turquoise for communication, intuition, empathy and compassion

Posted by Dragonfly Natural Therapies Centre on Sunday, July 26, 2020

This beautiful colour is a favourite for many.

Turquoise is for me is reminiscent of sunny days, relaxing by the water.

It is a pleasant way to heal.

I have also noticed that children in particular always gravitate to the turquoise crystals in my clinic. 🦋

Turquoise colour healing works with the throat and heart chakras.🐬

It reminds us to balance our hearts and words in all our communications.

Cacao Smoothie Bowl

Cacao Smoothie Bowl

This delicious smoothie bowl isn’t just pretty to look at, it’s packed full of goodness as well .

The pomegranates are great to keep up your vitamin c, cacao is full of antioxidants, the hemp is high in protein and especially good for vegetarians, the pumpkin seeds contain zinc to support your immunity and the coconut is high in fibre to support good digestive health.


Cacao smoothie

2 tbs Hemp Cacao powder

1 frozen banana

½ cup Soy Milk



Pumpkin Seeds

Coconut shredded

Cacao nibs

Fresh Banana


Chop the frozen banana and add to a blender with milk and hemp & cacao powder.

Blend until consistency of a thick shake.

Pour into a bowl.

Cut slices of fresh banana and cut open a pomegranate and remove pomegranate arils to  

Sprinkle  on top of your cacao smoothie along with pumpkin seeds, cacao nibs and coconut.

It’s best to enjoy your smoothie bowl as soon as you make it.