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This creamy blue cheese sauce that can be whipped up in a matter of seconds, while you steam some veg and let your meat rest — voila, dinner is served in 10 minutes.
This is a creamy, salty, crispy gratin, that would easily take the place of the traditional potato version.
For most people, the stuffing is the best part of a meal, and it's your chance to go to town with Christmas flavours.
A good gravy brings together a Sunday roast — it bestows a lick of flavour on everything it touches.
Are you a bounty hunter? If every Chirtsmas you find yourself pillaging the celebrations box for the very last bounty bars, then this recipe is for you! Delicate, cool coconut, encased in rich chocolate.
Bombs of light, toasted coconut, this is the perfect recipe to use up your leftover egg whites.
This low-carb yule log looks terrific, and tastes even better — fluffy sponge filled with a light cream and covered in a silky, rich, chocolatey frosting.
This smoked salmon mousse is creamy, airy and subtle. Neither cucumber, nor smoked salmon take over — they carry each other in harmony.
This is exactly what a starter should be — bright, uplifting and appetising. The zinging vinegar cuts through the oily mackerel, making it light and fresh.
This is a grown up, low-carb hot chocolate — lusciously thick, smooth and bittersweet.
Done well, mulled wine is a winter highlight — gently spiced and warming, it's a perfect antidote for chilly evenings.
The Christmas coffee cups are out and that means pumpkin spiced lattes are back on the menu. Here's a creamy, low carb version, with warming autumn spices.
These nuts are seasoned with warming blend of five spice — cinnamon, star anise, clove, fennel and pepper — they smell like Christmas. Salty, sweet and fragrant, these nuts are a perfects partner for festive drinks.
An aromatic, sweet and salty nibble to have with drinks or as a snack.
These are the perfect party food — crispy, cheesy and most importantly, easy to eat with one hand (without a napkin!)
Soft, pillowy saucers, lavishly topped with cream cheese and smoked salmon. These low-carb blinis are a doddle to make and can carry all sorts of cargo for your drinks party — smoked salmon and cream cheese, pickled herring, or roast beef and horseradish.
This is a silky smooth, soothing soup to beat away the winter flues. Gently spiced with ginger and turmeric, it's warming and packed with cold busting anti-inflammatories.
Get ahead of the game with this easy and elegant terrine. This can be made in advance and feeds a crowd — great for up and coming festive dinner parties.
This salad is relies on good ingredients. The sharp mustardy vinaigrette cuts through the rich and nutty taste of the wood pigeon, bacon and walnuts. Don't be fooled by the simplicity of this salad — each morsel is complex and refined.
French vinaigrette, without the honey. This dressing is sharp and peppery, a perfect accompaniment to cut through rich meat and fats.
Autumn is here, and mushroom are plentiful. Make the most of the season and whizz them into a soothing soup for lunch or dinner.
Need a chocolate fix? Only 1 g net carb, these are a great end of meal treat that you and your guests can enjoy!
These crepes are similar to bánh xèo (Vietnamese pancake). A nostalgic food for co-founder Patrick, who grew up eating them with his grandmother— lucky duck!
Fluffy bread drenched with salty garlic butter, your low-carb Italian meals are now complete!
Afternoon tea just got that little bit better! Straight from the oven, slather with some cream cheese and a dash of homemade tomato ketchup for an ultimate afternoon treat.
The autumn leaves are beginning to fall, and this calls for a hot bowl of creamy 'n-oatmeal'.
Also known as turmeric latte, this is a soothing hot drink to calm the nervous system. Creamy and gently spiced, this is a great alternative to coffee, that wont give you the jitters.
Kale crisps are delicious, but bet's be honest, they can be a little pricey. Here is a simple and easy way to make your own, with a very modest price tag.
Crisp shards of cheesy lace. These crisps look delicate and fragile, but their flavour is anything, but that. Intensely umami and salty, these certainly hit the spot for
Pillowy, buttery pockets of choux, filled with cream and glazed with a chocolate and hazelnut sauce. A tumbling tower of profiteroles are the perfect celebratory dessert.
Standard Nutella is cloyingly sweet and rather synthetic tasting. This is an adult version. Jammed with hazelnuts, chocolatey smooth, lightly bitter sweet and a hint of salt.
Chicken shawarma has lost its way in the kebab shop. This recipe brings it back to its middle eastern roots — fresh ingredients, crunchy salad, and cooling tzatziki.
Low carb is your license to indulge in moreish, fatty meats like pork belly—life is pretty sweet! Tender and crispy, the key is to cook it low and slow, and then raise the heat, right at the end.
Garlicky, chilli butter, toasted walnuts, poached eggs, and creamy, lemony yoghurt—this is our version of Turkish eggs.
Blistering, charred mackerel slicked with a lime, chilli, ginger salsa to balance the oily fish. This recipe is adapted from Nigel Slater — he's a fiend for mackerel and knows how to do it right!
This is an inside out guacamole — avocado and tomato are carried in a herb, chilli, lime and ginger oil.
Smoky, creamy and completely addictive. Say hello to you’re new hummus, baba ganoush! Have a dollop with meals, or dip your veggies, and keto crackers into it.
Creamy sauce and crispy bacon, with ribbons of al dente courgetti — your low-carb answer to carbonara
Soup, an antidote if you’re feeling a bit under the weather and just need a hug in a mug. Normally, it’s hard to find a soup that is low…
You can still enjoy your favourite, nostalgic, and reliable meals like beef stew. With a few tweaks, you can create a thick, silky, sweet…
Salty, toasted and fiery, this is essential for everyone’s store cupboard. Make a batch and keep it handy so that you can transform, an…
Even if you don’t have a spiralizer, you can still make courgetti — a knife and peeler do just as good a job. As with pasta, different…