Ferrero Energy Balls

Hi all,

Anyone fancy something nice this weekend, without the guilt? These are super tasty, filled with delicious healthy ingredients. I wasn’t planning on posting this recipe, because it is seriously simple. But they went down well, so I thought people might like to try them.

They literally take 5 minutes to make (faster than the time it would take you to drive to the shop to buy the biscuits).Read More »

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Inspirational people; who inspires you?

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As some of you may have seen from my Instagram or facebook page. Last weekend I attended the wellness workshop, CHANGE in Galway. I was so inspired by these speakers, I thought it might be good to share some of what they had to say. The day brought with it a variety of speakers and activities. Kathie Stritch a personal trainer, gave a nice warm up session to get us ready and energised for the day ahead. We then heard from Gerry Duffy, the man who ran 32 marathons in 32 days, yes he actually did this, how crazy is that. On 12th December I am participating in a 10km race in the Phoenix park for aware. I am seriously worried about it, mainly because I am not training for it! However if doubts creep in, all I need do is think about this man. If he managed 32 marathons in 32 days, surely I can manage a 10km jog around a park!. He is now a corporate motivational speaker, business mentor and author. Next up was the beautiful Roz Purcell who demonstrated some delicious and very simple tasty treats. Stay tuned for my version of them coming soon! We wrapped up the day with Alan Quinlan who spoke about mental health. His personal struggles and gave advice on coping mechanisms.Read More »

Quinoa & Holloumi Salad

What is Halloumi anyway?

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I was first introduced to this ingredient by the lovely wellanicity and her oriental stir fry, find her recipe here. Originating from Cyprus, halloumi is a white cheese usually made from sheep or goats milk. It is not too unlike mozzarella in texture and has a salty taste. Halloumi has a high melting point and so it can be grilled or fried without melting, making it very versatile. Read More »