Wiz.

Hey you. Welcome to my site. This is where I post about my experiences in the food industry, my recipes including vegan and vegetarian dishes, book reviews and recommendations and my honest opinion on food related topics. I’m a professional chef having graduated from Le Cordon Bleu London; am a qualified Nutritionist and am studying at degree level…

Gluten & Dairy Free Recipes

Carrot & Coconut Muffins    Combine 75g melted coconut oil with 125g soft brown sugar. Beat in 2 large eggs. Grate 4 small (or 3 medium) carrots and stir in to the mix. Fold in 100g ground almonds and 50g wholemeal spelt flour. Add 2 handfuls of sultanas and 2 of dessicated coconut.  Divide between…

Italian Meatballs and Baked Eggs

A few weeks ago I needed some inspiration for a menu I was planning. Everything needed to be authentic Italian and I’d already been through hundreds of recipes I’d made before I wanted something new. I asked all my family if they could remember anything they’d eaten in Italy that they loved and my brother…

Seasonal Sweets

Last week, the gardener where I work, brought in a HUUGE bag of gooseberries grown in the gardens. Now I’m a big fan of home growing n all that jazz so you can imagine how excited I was… My only problem, was gooseberries need SO. MUCH. SUGAR. They are naturally very tart, and difficult to…

Friday Night Fake Away – Chicken Katsu

It’s my first Friday night living on my own (aaaaaahhh say whaat?!) and with a beautiful evening outside, and that Friday feeling, it’s time to indulge, without ruining my weeks hard work training! Am I right? Sounds impossible. Well, let me show you how Ingredients 2 chicken breasts/tofu steaks a few tablespoons of milk/mylk 100g breadcrumbs…

My real food Banana, Pecan & Honey Muffins

In this snowy weather, the only thing to do is sit on the sofa in cosy pyjamas, with a warm cup of tea and soak in the comfort. I always bake when it’s cold outside and my little banana muffin gems won’t leave you feeling heavy or over indulged. These amazing muffins are so easy…

Sorbet Yay! Easiest Sorbet Recipe

The summertime screams for an ice cold, fruity, afternoon treat. Homemade sorbet is the only answer, isn’t it? A somewhat lighter alternative to ice cream; but please don’t forget about the high sugar content! It’s great served with fresh fruit, or a pour over a shot of ice cold liqueur for an easy dinner party…

Asian Noodle Salad Recipe

In our house, as a kid, Monday’s meant one thing – leftovers! Cold meat sandwiches for lunch, left over vegetables warmed up in gravy for dinner – you name it, we reheated it. This Asian inspired salad is a great way to disguise your leftovers in to a really tasty and healthy meal, you can…

Make It, Don’t Fake it – Homemade Curry Pastes

It seems like such a chore to make pastes from scratch; surely only a fool would do so when you can buy such good ones in the supermarket?! There are so many reasons why making your own pastes is so much better than buying them:- You know EXACTLY what goes in them. Next time you…

Granola Goals

This is the easiest Granola recipe, ever. It tatses amazing and contains 0 added sugar as well as being minimal effort. After making this once, there’s a good chance you’ll never buy granola again… You’ll need 120g oats 100g nuts of your choice (I use hazelnuts, almonds and pecans cos they’re my faves) 80g seeds…

Summer Salad Inspo

The summer is the best time of year. And with it; comes the sun, and a whole bunch of colourful ingredients for you to stick your teeth in to. With warmer day, lighter evenings and dining alfresco; these salads will not only satisfy your stomach, but also your Instagram feed, looking as great as they…

Moroccan Cauliflower Salad Recipe

Every time I’ve made this salad it gets demolished instantly. One of my best pals asked me to share the method with you all so you can re create it at home and I am much obliged to do so. It’s so simple to put together and is a really great one to pull out…

Greek Yoghurt and Honey Panna Cotta Recipe

Greek yoghurt and honey is one of my favourite combinations – and the best thing about this dessert is that you could absolutely get away with having it for brunch. Maybe. This recipe is also processed sugar free – that’s not to say it doesn’t contain added sugar; as honey is a sugar – however…