Campervan Life: Yay – The Camper Cookie Book makes the Local Press!

Just wanted to say thank you to Marion Sauvebois from the Swindon Advertiser for her nice feature on my recipe book with a bit of my life story. I came to cooking in a roundabout way, mainly to get well from a chronic illness, and nutrition was a large part of that. It’s great to now combine that with something fun like camping …

Checkout the Camper Cookie story in Local Press

I do hope that people find this book useful and it inspires them to make nourishing meals even if they think that they can’t cook (go on – you can do it!).

Summer Cooking Risotto
Summer Cooking a Risotto, Wales

Please excuse the post-beach hair! 🙂



Campervan Recipes: My Famous Chilli Con Beanie

This is a really easy, one-pot recipe that is great for a weekday meal as well as in the campervan. And you can do lots of funky things with the leftovers that are almost as good as the main meal…

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Campervan Recipes: Power Bowls

Just love the idea of ‘Power Bowl’ salads as you can make them to different themes (Greek, Buddha, Vegan, Meaty) and they are so healthy and satisfying as well as quick and easy in a campervan. Have a look (and drool) at these Greek Power Bowls from Kim at ‘Kim’s Cravings’…

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Campervan Places to Eat: The M5 Motorway Services near Gloucester

I know it seems a bit strange to be talking about motorway services for good food but the new services near Gloucester on the M5 are really something else. Even the TV comedian, Josh Widdecombe, was raving about them on Radio 4 the other day…

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Double Berry Breakfast Parfaits

So easy but healthy and tasty too…

Food, Fitness, Faith

I accidentally made a perfectly patriotic parfait! (Yay alliteration!)

Double Berry Parfaits

I had an abundance of blueberries and strawberries languishing in my fridge, too much Greek yogurt, and a hankering for something different for breakfast. And I wanted to put something in old mason jars because I though it was very Pinterest-y of me. And I’m obnoxious.

Double Berry Parfaits

These Double Berry Greek Yogurt Parfaits were just the ticket. Super quick to make, full of protein and fiber, and naturally sweet, they are perfect for the morning or an afternoon snack and a wonderful post-workout treat!

Double Berry Parfaits

Double Berry Parfaits (serves 2)

2 cups plain Greek yogurt

1 ½ cups sliced strawberries

1 pint fresh blueberries

Honey, optional

Cinnamon, optional

In mason jars or bowls, begin layers with ¼ cup of Greek yogurt, followed by a layer of strawberries and then blueberries. Repeat layering process until yogurt and berries are gone. If desired, add a…

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