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Whole Natural Kitchen | Gabby


Using simple everyday ingredients to help you create colourful nutritious meals.


Lemon season is upon us and once you make this deliciously tangy, creamy, and honey-sweetened
#lemon curd, you'll never buy store-bought again. You only need four ingredients to make it, and it's in the jar in under 15 minutes. You can make it dairy free too by subbing coconut oil for the butter, which tastes delicious 😋

Once made this can be used as a tart filling, to dollop on scones, to spread as a filling in cakes or used as icing on muffins too 😀

Full recipe can be found on my website 🫶🏻 #dairyfreedessert
Garlic #fermented in honey is one of the easiest #ferments to make and a great one to have on hand for cold and flu season 🤧 It's nutrient rich and comes with an array of health benefits to keep those colds at bay.

All this requires is peeling garlic cloves, and pouring honey over them After that, pop the jar on a shelf in a cool dark place and leave it to ferment for one month. Then you can start digging in!

You can use this in any way you like once ready. It's most traditional use is to take a clove and a bit of honey from the jar and have them as is. A food as medicine and the garlic is much more mellow after sitting in the honey for a month. The honey will also have taken on a deliciously garlic flavour. If having them straight isn't for you - simply chop up the garlic cloves and add to salads or even mix in with cooked rice. The honey is perfect as a drizzle over meals or as an inclusion in salad dressings

You'll find the full how to on my website 🫶🏻
HOMEMADE PICKLED EGGS 😀 Just in time for Easter 🐰

#pickled eggs are a delicious and nourishing snack made with just a few simple ingredients. They're great any time of year but you can get very creative with them at #Easter and make them vibrant colours to brighten up your table. I've used spices and vegetables to colour these. You can get them in the fridge tonight and they'll be ready for your lunch table tomorrow 🙌🏻

You'll find the full recipe on my website 🫶🏻
HOMEMADE #CHOCOLATE SPREAD 😍 This is just like a homemade Nutella. Its super easy to make, needs very few ingredients and can be spread over everything. It's dairy free too! 🫶🏻 #dairyfree #chocolatelover RECIPE 👇🏻

- 2 cups hazelnuts (350g / 12.5 ounces)
- 2/3 cup golden caster sugar (70g / 2.5 ounces)
- 1/3 cup cocoa powder
- 2 Tbsp coconut oil, liquid
- 2 tsp vanilla essence
- 1/4 tsp salt

1. Preheat the oven to 180ºC / 350ºF and put the hazelnuts on a baking sheet lined with baking paper. When the oven is hot, roast the hazelnuts for 8 minutes until the skins crack. Remove from the oven and allow to cool enough to handle.
2. Add the sugar to the blender and blend on high for 15 – 20 seconds. Or until it has an icing/powdered sugar consistency. Remove from the blender and set aside.
3. Lay a tea towel flat on the kitchen bench and pour the cooled hazelnuts into half of it. Fold the other half over the top and rub them vigorously until the skins slide off.
4. Add the skinless hazelnuts to the blender and blend on high for 5 minutes. You want to create quite a liquid nut butter. You may need to scrape down the sides of the blender a few times before continuing.
5. Next add all the remaining ingredients and blend again on a medium-high speed for 5 minutes until well combined. If needed, stop the blender, and scrape down the sides a few times to ensure everything is well incorporated.
6. Pour into a jar and put it in the cupboard or put it in the fridge to extend the shelf life. This homemade chocolate spread will last for 2 weeks in the cupboard or up to 2 months in the fridge.

NOTE: The sugar needs to be finely ground to a powdered form before including it or you’ll have a gritty spread! Find extra hints and tips to making this chocolate hazelnut spread perfect on my website.
PEACH ARUGULA (ROCKET) SALAD 😍 This #salad is a delicious and nutritious combination of ingredients that provide an array of flavours and textures. And like many other bitter foods arugula/rocket is excellent for digestion 💚 Bitter foods stimulate the release of digestive juices, that help to stimulate appetite, which in turn improves our ability to digest what we eat. Arugula/rocket is also packed with fibre – a great boost to the gut microbiome and #guthealth overall 🫶🏻
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