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Roz Purcell is one of Ireland’s most successful models and the 2010 winner of Miss Universe Ireland. Roz is no stranger to television audiences, she won Celebrity Come dine with Me (Ireland) in 2012, The Restaurant In 2015) and regularly appears on TV3’s Xpose.

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Turkey Curry Burgers
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Turkey Curry Burgers

Its BBQ season so get your buns ready, lettuce buns that is! :) Burgers are always a good shout whether it’s summer time or meal prep they’re a great way to portion you protein and add serious flavour to plain turkey, beef or fish! You can go for chicken, beef or turkey mince here. I […]

Chocolate & Vanilla Brookie Ice Cream Sandwich
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Chocolate & Vanilla Brookie Ice Cream Sandwich

Yes, this is happening. A combination between crunchy biscuit and a creamy smooth refreshing centre. The ice cream is really easy to work with here, you know when you remove ice cream from the freezer and you need to leave it until you can actually dig a spoon in without breaking the spoon or breaking […]

Chocolate Nutty Banana Split
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Chocolate Nutty Banana Split

A simple summer dessert that you can whip up in minutes Remember how good banana splits were? Well this little one is better for you *and tastes even better than the old school indulgent version. Alpro’s new plant-based ice cream is such a nice texture you can scoop it from the tub the second you […]

Vegan Protein Cookies
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Vegan Protein Cookies

I’m gone cookie mad I know but there really is nothing better with a cup of tea than a crunchy dunk-able cookie! These came to life through some left over (naked toffee pop) base – I hate seeing things go to waste and lucky I tried this out.  I’ve been making these non stop now. […]

Power House Overnight Proats
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Power House Overnight Proats

Summer is here! I love nothing more than a comforting bowl of porridge but I have to say on a hot summers morning you can’t beat a refreshing cold overnight oats. This overnight version is almost like a pudding, not overly sweet (just right for the morning time) but texture wise it’s really satisfying and […]

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