These litttreats on a stick are fantastic alternatives to an ice-cream on a hot day, or even as a pudding. They also look and taste delicious so make a few extra ready for when your friends demand to try it!
To make 4
3 tbsp. honey
Two handfuls of mixed nuts, roughly chopped (I like brazils, macadamia [...]
This recipe has been created by Netta Pakenham-Walsh, our Isle of Wight Location Manager, trained chef and all-round Wildfitness foodie! As well as a love of natural, local, fresh foods (she is a keen forager), Netta has a very creative approach to cooking and encourages experimentation in the kitchen to build confidence in your own [...]
Here is a tantalising recipe from Wildfitness staff member Sara, especially created for Valentine’s to spread the love! Enjoy!
The warm smooth spicy chocolate finds the nooks within the cool thick vanilla cashew cream as you dip and swirl your strawberry, your mango, your fresh figs or even just your fingers -into the combination -and feed [...]
This recipe is a Wildfitness concoction by Netta Pakenham-Walsh - our wonderful chef and ground manager on the Isle of Wight – and was featured in Waitrose Magazine January 2013! Waitrose ran a feature on our Isle of Wight location and delved into our philosophy on natural living – for the full article, search our Reviews page. Here’s [...]
This zesty, colourful salad is full of character and goodness. The unusual combination of textures – juicy orange, creamy avocodo and crunchy almonds – make this a pleasant alternative to a simple green salad. Additionally, the nuts and avocados give you a good fix of healthy fats and the vitamin E that your skin [...]
Curried Red Cabbage Slaw
A variation on a Jewish favourite, this spicy coleslaw is excellent for adding flavour and colour to a meal. Have it with cold meats, other fresh salads and chutney for a hearty lunch.
Although at Wildfitness we have very little dairy on account of [...]
Seared Beef with Bean Mash
This bean mash flavoured with horseradish is a wonderful accompaniment to beef and offers a great alternative to potatoes. We use pulses as an occasional accompanyment to our meals, as they are one of the most ancient and least processed starchy foods.
4 tbsp extra-virgin olive oil
1 tbsp chopped Fresh rosemary
1 tbsp [...]
Served in Watamu shortly after the sun rises, this is a great warming, satisfying yet not heavy, start to the day. For those cold and wet summer mornings. Make a whole cauldron and then freeze some for later if you are organised. The sensation of eating this was best described by a Wild one as: [...]
These make fantastic alternatives to After Eights or the tempting snack at work. They are so easy to make and satisfy that sweet craving. You can try experimenting with different types of nuts and toppings to find your favourite, but for me I love the taste of the pecans and the cashews together.
Netta has spent several months cooking fairly ‘unwild’ in luxury chalets in the Alpes and she says: ‘wild has finally conquered! After slipping in the odd wild dish here and there where I can, last night I decided to go the whole shlog and………..they voted it the best so far and there wasn’t any cream, [...]