Another delicious arthritis-friendly and plant-based snack is this healthy take on chocolate truffles.
Emily says: “They’re made of coconut oil, medjool dates, cashews, date syrup, peanut butter, cacao powder and a little bit of sea salt – that’s it!”
A key principle of Emily’s book is to create recipes and tips that are accessible to as many people as possible, so recipes aren’t over-complicated or full of exotic ingredients.
Sweet and spicy sprouts
Sprouts contain a plant-based compound called sulforaphane, which has powerful anti-inflammatory properties, making it a superfood for fighting arthritis.
But forget boiled, bland, brussels sprouts.
Emily says: “Why would anyone choose to eat this unwanted Christmas vegetable?
“Well, I decided to forget any preconceived ideas I had about this vegetable and began to experiment. It’s now a favourite in our household.
“Oh my god, it’s so delicious: Brussel sprouts, honey and maple syrup, chilli flakes, olive oil, sea salt, black pepper and flaked almonds.
“All you need to do is mix them up and roast them in the oven!”