My boyfriends mom totally introduced me to this bowl of hot authentic deliciousness and MY OH MY, is it worth every mouthful and heated runny snout. Last  night, myself and the boyfriend decided to get the Wok out and make this very dish ourselves, and I thought that I just HAD TO share this recipe with you guys! This is a super low calorie meal and has such a spicy kick to it. This meal literally takes 15 minutes to cook and is SO EASY to prepare and make – what a double whammy!.


  • Fresh tender stream broccoli
  • Handful of whole sugar snap peas
  • 2 fillets of salmon (cut into chunks and de skin)
  • 1 x 200g pack of cooked prawns
  • 2 birds eye red chillies (chopped)
  • 1 heaped tablespoon red chilli paste
  • 1 tin coconut milk
  • 1 tsp coconut oil
  • Sprinkle of coriander


Bring the heat to your kitchen, your taste buds and possibly your bottom with these super easy steps.

Fry your chopped chillies and red curry paste in 1 tsp of coconut oil on a high heat for a minute or two. Add half a tin of coconut milk and whisk together and let simmer on a medium heat for a couple of minutes . Add raw salmon chunks and the rest of the tin of coconut milk and leave to boil for about 2 min on a higher heat. Add your cooked prawns for another 2 minutes and  ½ cup boiling water for consistency. After that, add your broccoli and snap peas to the mix and let simmer to your desired crunch of veg (+-3 min).

Serve with a sprinkle of coriander and enjoy your low carb, low calorie curry!

Until next time,




Oh look! Another recipe to get you out of the bed in the mornings – YIPPEE!!


The thought of breakfast seems to always make rolling out of bed less of a chore and knowing that flapjacks will be on this morning’s breakfast plate happens to be even more exciting to wake up to! If only you knew how excited food REALLY makes me – which brings me to my newly adapted flapjack recipe to get your weekend off to a fabulous start.


Mixture: (enough to make 6 flapjacks – good for sharing)

  • 2 bananas
  • 2 happy chicken eggs
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 2 tablespoons almond flour
  • 1 handful of blueberries
  • Coconut oil for cooking


  • a couple raspberries
  • a handful blueberries
  • 1 tablespoon coconut cream
  • ½ a banana
  • a dollop of honey/agave nectar for sweetening


What to do:

Making these flappers happens to be rather simple, and will have you feeling like you could be the next Jamie Oliver in the kitchen! Before we get started, get your pan ready on a low heat with a small teaspoon of coconut oil for cooking.

Mush your bananas and happy chicken eggs in a bowl, adding the vanilla extract. Once you have a semi thick consistency, place in a blender/ Nutribullet along with your handful of blueberries and almond flour and blitz for only a few seconds. The consistency of the mixture should still be thick, so the shorter, the better.

You may need to give the mixture a stir with a spoon before cooking your batter. Once all is mixed, spoon a desired amount of your super delicious mixture out and place in your heated pan. Cook as you would with normal flapjacks and flip until golden brown. YUMMY!


Plate your flapjacks in a stack, placing cut banana pieces and blueberries between each layer. Add a dollop of coconut cream to the top with a few sprinkled raspberries on the plate for decoration, and of course, a delightfully good drizzle of honey for some sweetness.

If you manage to master the art of getting your stack to stand or if your breakfast seems to look more like the leaning tower of Pisa, then BROWNIE POINTS TO YOU!! You TOTALLY deserve to eat your fabulous flappers after all that effort!


Serve and enjoy with a morning cup of coffee.

Happy Flapping, everybody!

Until next time,





It’s that time again! Time for a new breakfast smoothie – one with plenty of berries to keep you feeling like an Active Annie throughout your day.


What you’ll need:

  • 1 banana
  • ½ cup of raw rolled oats
  • 1 handful of fresh blueberries
  • 1 handful of blackberries
  • 1 handful of frozen berries
  • 2 teaspoons peanut butter
  • a drizzle of honey
  • table spoon of chia seeds
  • table spoon of sunflower seeds
  • 1 cup of ice water
  • a sprinkle of granola (optional)


What you’ll need to do:

Mix all of the above ingredients in a blender/Nutribullet until light and fluffy, but for the love of all the Happy Harriets and a clean kitchen, don’t forget to put the lid on properly!


Once everything has been mixed to your hearts content, pour into a glass of sorts, sprinkle with some granola and enjoy with a cuppa Joe.

smoothie-top-with-granola-1Until next time,





Hello all of you Delightful Detra’s!

While Wobbling Wendy is still trying to move out, I’ve decided to give her an extra kick in the bottom to speed up the process. Take a peak at my Betty Breakfast, try it, and tell me what you think. The below ingredients are fit for one Starving Stella.

Look at Betty, posing for pictures!

Look at Betty, posing for pictures!

What you’ll need:

  • Some Gracious Greek yoghurt
  • A handful of Ambitious Almonds
  • 1 /2 a cup of raw rolled oats
  • 1 Boisterous Banana
  • A few friendly strawberries
  • A sprinkle of cinnamon
  • A squeeze of honey

Cooking steps:

Although this isn’t really cooking, we can make ourselves feel like a Fabulous Fritata and call it just that. We’re in the kitchen making food – so we’ve definitely got our Cooking Courtney pants on!

Pour your Gracious Greek yoghurt into a bowl, measure your ½ cup of raw rolled oats and neatly spread across half of the bowl (but only if you want your food to sport some Pretty Percy tactics and plan to have a photo shoot with your brekkie), otherwise just plonk it anywhere in your bowl.

After deciding whether your Betty Breakfast has a modelling career or not, cut your Boisterous Banana and your few friendly strawberries into edible sized pieces and decorate your bowl.

After that, add your Ambitious Almonds, squeeze of honey and a sprinkle of cinnamon.

Oh look, it's Betty, with her Ambitious Almonds!

Oh look, it’s Betty again, with her Ambitious Almonds!

If this doesn’t tickle your fancy, add all of these ingredients into your Brenda Blender and make into a delicious smoothie!

Have a lovely day, my Magnificent Martha’s!




Feeling like a bit of a Wobbly Wendy today? Fear not, for I have one of the mightiest breakfast ideas for you in Town!

Today’s breakfast is super easy and not to mention a Speedy Gonzales favourite!

What you’ll need:

  • A microwave that works
  • ½ a cup of raw rolled oats
  • 1 large and in charge banana
  • A sprinkle of cinnamon
  • Any form of wonderful whey/ protein powder
  • Cheerful Chia seeds
  • A dash of coconut cream
Fiona looking dashing for the camera!

Fiona looking dashing for the camera!

Luckily, this is one SUPER EASY meal to make. All you need to do is pop your ½ a cup of raw rolled oats into your working microwave with 1 cup of water for two ENTIRE minutes, until cooked. Remove bowl from microwave without burning the paws and mix 1 scoop of whey/protein powder into your concoction.

After that, chop your large and in charge banana into slices and plonk ontop of your oats.  Then sprinkle some Cindy Cinnamon over your masterpiece along with your Cheerful Chia seeds.  Once that is all in place, pour a teeny bit of coconut cream over your creation!

Grab a spoon, some coffee and enjoy your Friday Fiona!!!

Have a superb day, Groovy Judy’s!

Mycaila – Jade



Anyone care for a naughty Nelly kind of breakfast?

I’ve come up with my own little recipe for some marvelous flapjacks, the kind that are healthy and friendly towards all the bums and tums out there. How jolly and what a BEAUTIFUL creation!!

Alright, so you’ll need:

  • ½ cup of blueberries
  • 2 ripe bananas
  • 2 happy chicken eggs(free range, ofcourse)
  • 1 tablespoon of Almond Flour
  • A sprinkle of cinnamon
  • A dash of coconut oil (for cooking)
  • Honey

The above ingredients are fit to serve one healthy Heather.

Cooking steps:

Basically, mash your bananas, both happy chicken eggs, blueberries, Almond Flour, and cinnamon together in a bowl and beat until “creamy”.

While doing that, make sure you have your pan ready on the stove with a dash of coconut oil, waiting on a medium heat.

Scoop the mixture into the pan, as you would when making normal flapjacks. Flip when firm and cook the other side too.

Once you have made as many flapjacks as your mixture will allow, serve and feel free to drizzle a touch of honey over your flappers.

Enjoy with your morning coffee. Guilt free treats are the fairest and most fabulous of them all.

Have a dandy day!


Mycaila – Jade