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The Little Beach Hut Of Dreams

I was lucky enough to spend the day in the ‘Little Beach Hut Of Dreams‘ in Brighton last week, so I whipped up lots of delicious food in preparation and enjoyed them all tucked inside (it was a cloudy and windy day!).

The beach hut is beautifully decorated in greys, whites and pale pinks with big fluffy cushions to help you get comfortable while you daydream the day away. It’s free to use but be prepared to be in a long queue waiting for your day here! Applications are open now for 2016 – apply here.

As it’s the height of Summer, I thought I’d create a few fresh and healthy recipes perfect for on-the-go to enjoy during picnics or a day at the beach. They’re all listed below, or you can watch my video at the bottom of this post.


Fruit Skewers


Handful each of the following fruit:




Melon Chunks


1. Chop the strawberries into chunks, and slide onto a skewer. Follow with a blueberry, then a raspberry and finish with another strawberry chunk.

2. Repeat with the melon and grapes.

Corn On The Cob


2 Corn On The Cobs

Pre-heat the oven to 200C.

1. Wrap in tin foil and place in the oven.

2. Bake for 30-40 minutes.



2 cups Cherry Tomatoes

1/4 Red Onion

1 tbsp Olive Oil

1/2 Red Chilli

Himalayan Salt & Pepper, to taste

Handful Fresh Coriander Leaves

1/4 Cucumber, chopped

1. Place all of the ingredients into a food processor apart from the coriander and cucumber and pulse until the tomatoes and onions are chopped to the consistency that you would like the salsa.

2. If there is a lot of liquid from the tomatoes, spoon out the excess liquid. Transfer into a container with a lid.

3. Chop the cucumber into small chunks and pick a handful of coriander leaves and stir into the salsa.

4. Store in the fridge for up to 3 days.

Butternut Squash and Buckwheat Salad


1 cup Uncooked Bulgar Wheat

1/2 Butternut Squash

Large Handful Salad Leaves

1 cup Chopped Cherry Tomatoes

1 tsp Dried Mixed Herbs

1 tsp Paprika

1/4 cup Pumpkin Seeds

Handful Fresh Coriander

1. Peel the skin from the butternut squash and chop into about 1 inch thick chunks. Steam for about 20 minutes or until soft.

2. Cook the buckwheat according the the instructions and allow to cool.

3. When the buckwheat and butternut squash are cool, transfer to a large bowl and stir in all the remaining ingredients.

Fresh Mint and Orange Water

Serves 2


Roughly 10 Fresh Mint Leaves

1/2 Large Orange

1 Lime

1. Slice the orange and lime into slices and divide into 2 glasses.

2. Add the fresh mint leaves to the glasses and top with water.


Dress – ASOS, Bag – Skinnydip, Shoes – ASOS,

Sunglasses – Quay Australia

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