Autumnal Food

Warming Autumnal Food




Warming Autumnal Food

The lovely team over at Honestly Healthy were nice enough to share one of their favourite warming autumnal food recipes with us. And we’re so happy to try this one out! You can find the recipe below but you must also visit their website for the latest in healthy, alkaline food for a real treat this autumn.

Stuffed Superfood Sweet Potato Recipe

Serves 2

2 medium sized sweet potatoes

2 tbsp melted coconut oil

1 clove garlic grated

¼ cup of water

60g broccoli florets

1 red bell pepper cubed

20g parsley finely chopped

¼ tsp caraway seeds

1 lemon – juice & zest

7g fresh dill

Pinch of Himalayan salt

Optional: 20g Feta Cheese


Pre-heat oven to 175°C / 350°F

Smother the whole sweet potatoes in 1 tbsp of melted coconut oil and a pinch of salt and put onto a tray in the oven for 50 minutes, or until the inside is soft when you put a knife into it.

Take the sweet potato out the oven and cut it open length ways down the centre. Open the potato without ripping the rest of the skin and scoop out the flesh and set aside in a bowl.

In a frying pan, heat the rest of the coconut oil with the grated garlic and caraway seeds. Leave to cook for 1 minute. Add half of the water and add the chopped broccoli florets, cubed bell pepper and parsley. Leave to cook for a further 2 minutes.

Add the juice of the lemon and the flesh of the sweet potato, mix together and continue to cook for another 2 minutes until incorporated. Add the rest of the water to ‘loosen’ the mixture up and add the lemon zest and chopped fresh dill. Season with Himalayan salt.

Carefully stuff the mixture back into the potato skins and serve with a sprinkle of sprouts or herbs to garnish. You could also add some feta to the top.

More Warming Autumnal Food

Make life more delicious and visit our Pinterest to get some warming winter cooking inspiration. All vegan, healthy choices too! We’ve got our eyes on the pumpkin chai latte and the vanilla almond overnight quinoa recipes. What are you cooking this autumn?

Autumnal Food


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