Recipe: Homemade Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Easter Eggs

Recipe: Homemade Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Easter Eggs

Ingredients: 130g cacao butter  100g cacao powder  4g vanilla powder 130g honey or preferred syrup4-5 tablespoons peanut butter  Method:  Melt the cacao butter & mix in the cacao powder, vanilla powder, honey & peanut butter Stir well Pour into moulds Set in freezer for 20-30 mins  Pop out of moulds and store in fridge or freezer

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Hot Cross Buns: Traditional Vs Healthy

Hot Cross Buns: Traditional Vs Healthy

Do you look forward to this time of the year, and dream about the moment when you get to smother a golden, toasted bun with a big blob of butter for the perfect, indulgent cinnamon and sultana doughy bite of decadence? Whether you plan to indulge in a traditional hot cross bun or two this easter or keep it…

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The Truth About Turmeric: 3 Benefits That Are Actually Proven By Science

The Truth About Turmeric: 3 Benefits That Are Actually Proven By Science

It’s hard to determine which is more fashionable in the wellness world right now – turmeric lattes or the latest pair of Sweaty Betty leggings. Turmeric has certainly had more than its 15 minutes of fame, recently resurfacing as a ‘must have’ superfood ingredient for every person seeking everything from pain relief to whiter teeth. The ancient…

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Recipe: Holly’s Healthy Easter Hot Cross Buns

Recipe: Holly’s Healthy Easter Hot Cross Buns

Healthy baking needn’t be complicated or time-consuming and adapting your favourite recipes to improve their nutritional profile never needs to mean missing out on that coveted feeling of indulgence! Sano recipe developer, Holly Richards, has created this healthy, gluten, dairy and refined sugar free hot cross bun recipe so you can enjoy the traditional treat…

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Recipe: Dale Pinnock’s Sweet Potato & Turmeric Soup

Recipe: Dale Pinnock’s Sweet Potato & Turmeric Soup

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZDc118RT1A&t=1s   Soups are boring? Not when Sano co-founder Dale Pinnock is involved! This super simple Sweet Potato and Turmeric Soup recipe is the answer for busy weekdays when you want a quick and healthy dinner, or a light lunch over Easter weekend to break up the chocolate courses! Ingredients 3 cloves of garlic, chopped 1…

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Is Social Media Influencing our Food Choices?

Is Social Media Influencing our Food Choices?

Turning to social media and online resources for nutrition advice is fast becoming a prerequisite of constructing our approaches to food. Whether we’re seeking information behind the benefits of veganism, Paleo diets or vegetarianism, or trying to find out whether we should be eating carbohydrates or not, online influence is more and more frequently driving…

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Student Recipe: King Prawn Curry

Student Recipe: King Prawn Curry

Student Recipe: King Prawn Curry with Brown Rice Caroline Haigh, also known as known as @yourundercovercook, is a graduate of Sano School of Culinary Medicine. Caroline runs her own catering business and plans on using her knowledge to expand her business and offer private healthy cooking workshops. This spicy and warming curry is a delicious, nutritionally-balanced meal which…

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Healthy Eating – The Truth

Healthy Eating – The Truth

Dale Pinnock, The Medicinal Chef is passionate about nutritional science and ensuring we understand what to eat for our health based on facts not fads. Here he gives us insight into what we should and shouldn’t believe about food and nutrition. You are known as ‘The Medicinal Chef’. Tell us about yourself and why you…

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Workout At Home with LadyXsize

Workout At Home with LadyXsize

Working in is the new working out We live in a busy fast moving world and continuously have huge demands made on our time. Juggling these demands can make it challenging to prepare healthy food and keep fit. Eating healthily isn’t complicated when you know how. Neither is exercise! Meet one of our students, Nana…

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Dales’ Recipe: Red lentil, butternut squash and fennel casserole

Dales’ Recipe: Red lentil, butternut squash and fennel casserole

This is a super easy, warming and hearty dish out of Dale Pinnock’s latest book: ‘How to Cook Healthily’ published by Quadrille. This casserole is great served with fish or on its own in a massive bowl on a cold night.  Ingredients: (serves 2) 180g (1 cup) red lentils ¼ butternut squash, diced (skin left…

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