[difficulty] easy
[serving] 2
  • 4 peaches, washed and cut into quarters
  • 80g rocket
  • 1 ball burrata cheese
  • 1 tbsp fresh pesto
  • Fresh basil
  • Olive oil
[time] 5 minutes
  1. Sear the peaches on a lightly oiled griddle pan until lightly browned – about 2-3 minutes each side
  2. On your plate, dress the rocket in the pesto and pop the burrata in the centre
  3. Lay the peaches around the burrata and drizzle with olive oil
  4. Sprinkle some salt and chopped basil to desired taste

We recommend pairing this salad with our wonderfully tropical Mango Kombucha – it’ll complement the peach perfectly!

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Olive oilLike avocado, olive oil is a fabulous source of healthy fats. Don't let the name fool you, healthy fats are essential to our overall functioning. In fact, moderate intake of olive oil has been linked to healthy weight management! Olive oil is also high in antioxidants which have been shown to reduce the risk of illness.
PeachesDid you know that the phrase, “you're a real peach” originated from the tradition of gifting a peach to the friend you liked? Who knew. With high amounts of vitamin C, antioxidants and fibre, you can trust this fuzzy fruit to help keep your digestion, weight and immune function in balance.

Emily English

Emily is a fully qualified, registered nutritionist with a degree from Kings College London. We had the pleasure of working with Emily to develop some delicious sugar-free meals for our #SugarlessSundays movement. Emily believes that nutrition goes beyond what we eat; it is also about how we eat, our environment and our lifestyles. This holistic approach carries over to her private work, where she caters to her clients' unique nutritional needs, helping them optimise their health.

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