Piece of (rice)cake brunch


Rice cakes and egg whites - what lazy Sundays were made for.

1 x unsalted rice cake
1 x head of broccoli
1 x egg white

Get the rice cake out of its packet. If it’s already out, skip to the next step.

Tear the broccoli into little bits then boil in mineral water for 10 minutes. Fish out the broccoli. DON’T drain the water. Get a broccoli masher and mash up the broccoli. If you don’t have a broccoli masher, you can use an ordinary potato masher.

Did you save your broccoli water? Great. Poach your egg white in it for three minutes.

Assemble in this order - ricecake, smashed broc, eggy.

Eat in any order.

Figgy’s Dirty Dog


Who says clean eating can’t be a little naughty...

1 x raw carrot
1 x raw aubergine
Handful of sweetcorn
Mineral water

Cut along your aubergine, lengthways, but don’t quite cut right through. (This is going to be your hot dog bun.)

Wash the carrot and pop it in. (This is going to be your sausage.)

Blitz up the sweetcorn and mix it with your mineral water until you have what looks like a sauce. (This is going to be your mustard.)

Garnish with seeds. Eat it. (This is going to be delicious.)

Me-time milkshake


For those times you just want to be alone with dairy alternatives.

100ml almond milk
100ml coconut milk
100ml soy milk
100ml flax milk
Glass jam jar
Snazzy straw

Pour the almond milk into the jar.

Pour the coconut milk into the jar

Pour the soy milk into the jar

Pour the flax milk into the jar


Pop the straw in, and enjoy!

Profu Energy bar


It’s protein. It’s tofu. Hence the name, profu.

50g rectangular slice of Tofu
Handful of pine nuts

Trim the edges of the tofu to make it look super nice

Toast the pine nuts in a dry pan for five minutes.

Scatter the tofu with the pine nuts. Tuck in!

Bit-on-the-side salad


Delicious on the side of literally any dish. Or if you’re feeling super adventurous, pop it on top of the dish, not just on the side!


Spinach (raw)
Spinach (wilted)
Ice cubes (organic)
Scandinavian serving bowl (Scandinavian)

Take your ice cubes out of the freezer. Tip - never store ice cubes in the fridge.

Divide your spinach into two clumps. Wilt one clump in a frying pan with some coconut oil for about two minutes.

Put the raw clump of spinach into your Scandinavian serving bowl. Scatter with ice cubes - careful, they’ll be cold! Top with the wilted spinach.

Dig in, darlings.