A Peek Inside My Deliciously Healthy Kitchen

Most people have no idea how good their body is designed to feel. You can’t be the happiest, glowing version of you if your chugging down gallons of fizzy drink each day. You can’t trash your body with packaged foods and expect to be happy with what you see in the mirror. Our relationship with food is a deeply, intimate part of us – how we feel about ourselves is reflected in how we treat/trash/ or nourish ourselves.

This post will give you a little insight into the way I eat. This isn’t a diet for me but my lifestyle. I LOOOVE eating this way – I’m happiest when I’m nourishing my body with food that makes me thrive whilst tantalising my tastebuds… think sweet potatoes wedges drizzled with pure maple syrup, scrambled turmeric eggs with red peppers, sautéed broccoli in a lemony creamy tahini dressing (my favourite!), aubergine with sweet potato and chickpea tikka masala  – without refined oils or a bucket load of  table salt! You can eat your gluten free, refined sugar free frosted cacao brownie and look good while you eat it too 😉

Lastly, this is what works for my body. Your nutritional, physical and emotional needs for food will definitely be different to mine. Listen to your body to figure out what works best for you and your lifestyle. For example, I prefer to avoid fruit, too much animal protein, uncooked vegetables in their raw state and too many grains.

Absolute Essentials:
These items are fundamental in my kitchen. They’re also core ingredients that can be used in a variety of meals and desserts.

Sweet Potatoes/ Potatoes
Broccoli/ Cauliflower/ Kalletes
Free range/ Organic Eggs
Green Tea
Raw Coconut Oil
Pure Maple Syrup
Organic Butter/Ghee
Raw Apple Cider Vinegar
Good Quality Olive Oil
Onions/Spring Onions
Pink Himalayan Salt
Organic Spinach
Raw Cacao Powder
Brow Rice Pasta
Almond/Coconut Flour
Oat Milk/ Almond Milk/ Coconut Milk
Herbs & Spices

Love to Have:
Most days I have these stocked in my pantry and fridge – they’re great additions to your kitchen but you can still cook delicious meals/sweet treats without them.

Dates (preferably medjool)
Almond Butter
Cashew Butter
Hazelnut Butter
Variety of Nuts – cashews/pecans/hazelnut/almonds
Wheatgrass Powder
Coconut Sugar
Desiccated Coconut
Oats/ Quinoa/ Brown Rice/ Chickpeas
Organic Butter Beans
Rye Bread
Ginger Tea/ Pukka Herbal Teas
Chia Seeds
Sun Warrior Chocolate Protein Powder
Organic Greek Yoghurt

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21 responses to “A Peek Inside My Deliciously Healthy Kitchen”

  1. Beautiful. I hope my eating habits was have as healthy.

    Thanks for sharing sis.

  2. Yes, GIRL! I am so happy you posted about inside of your healthy kitchen. I love healthy food, and I like to see what others would stock up on. There is a lot in your list that I have, and quite I few that I would love to try. *Pink Himalayan Salt, always wanted to try that, also it looks and sounds gorgeous, lol.

    1. Ahhh thank you! ???? I’m equally so happy browsing and then re-browsing your blog!

      Yes, the pink salt it’s soo pretty to look at too heheh x

  3. Your really good sis! I really do need to look into living a healthier life. I’ll be sure to check out your other posts!

    1. heheh thank you lovely x

  4. That is an amazing list of easily available items. Just need to make it part of the food throughout the day. Jazak Allah Khayr for sharing. 🙂

    1. BarakAllah fee for reading, there’s lots of healthy quick recipes online which would help inshaAllah x

  5. It’s reallyy good that you love eating this way as well. To be honest, I think I would too, the ingredients you use for yournfood sound delicious!

    1. I’m sure you’d love it too hehe ?

  6. Lovely list… After my delivery, I actually plan to revamp my PCOS diet. Let’s see if some of these work with it 🙂

    1. Congrats my love! ? Hope everything goes well with your delivery, health and well-being x

  7. Chia seeds is perfect for summer. It’s too hot here and I just noted that down in my kitchen list before I forget. Thanks to you for the reminder. 🙂

    1. You’re welcome sweetie! Chia seed pudding is soo perfect and yummy for summer, it’s so versatile x

  8. Wow looks yummy, I have a lot of those ingredients in my kitchen but not all, eating healthy is a lifestyle choice. Thanks for sharing.

    1. Agree completely a choice 🙂

  9. Fatima Avatar

    That’s a fantastic list indeed. Some of these ingredients need to be added in my kitchen

    1. Ahh great! All the best on creating new yummy recipes x

  10. This is sucha a helpful read?

  11. I love this, it’s like a ready-made Shopping List!

    Jazak Allah Kheir, keep up the good work you have an aamaaazing blog MashAllah!

    1. BarakAllah fee, thank you soo my love x

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