A huge part of the spa experience is the food. Whether it’s ultra indulgent afternoon teas, energy boosting smoothies or desserts that are surprisingly healthy, food is part of nourishing your body or quality time with a loved one. Food is also a great comfort, and that’s certainly something most of us need a little of right now. So here are some of our favourite recipes for beautiful food that give that spa at home feeling…
Mighty moringa is the new king of superfoods. It’s loaded with 24 times the iron content of spinach, 21 times the amount calcium that milk has, and it is almost 25% protein – perfect for a spa at home breakfast. Its benefits include protecting and nourishing hair and skin, protecting the liver, fighting against bacterial infections, and helping to balance mood. In particular, Lifehouse recommends using frozen organic moringa from Pure Foods. By using the frozen option over the powdered varieties it retains better taste, texture and nutrient density.
Ragdale Hall are masters of the ultimate spa experience, with all the health spa credentials you could ask for as well as a sense of luxury in everything that they do. So it is fitting that this beautiful brunch recipe is both healthy and indulgent. Exactly what you need to spa at home.
Grayshott Spa is one of the original health spas in the UK, and what they don’t know about health and wellbeing really isn’t worth knowing. Food at Grayshott is a central theme, so when it comes to lunch they really think about every ingredient to make sure it’s doing all the right things for mind, body and soul.
Healthy eating doesn’t have to mean avoiding desserts, it just means a little innovation to use the best that nature has to offer. Avocados are a true hero food; deliciously healthy and multi-tasking, whether spread on toast, added to your daily smoothie or mixed into a lunchtime salad. They’re one of the healthiest foods around, packed with healthy fats, anti-inflammatory properties and over 25 essential nutrients, including vitamins A, B, C, E and K, avocados are an excellent all-rounder in the kitchen. Avocados can also be whipped up to make a light and tasty spa at home pudding, so without further ado, take a look at this chocolate avocado mousse!
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