Most of us start our day with coffee and a commute; Finn starts hers with surfing. With her twin passions of food and the sea, Finn’s philosophy is that as long as she is never far from either, it’s been a good day at the office!
When life is busy, it can be hard to find the time and money to feed yourself well. Enter Finn’s World, where you’ll discover delicious, healthy food that won’t break the bank, allowing you to spend more time following your dreams. Follow Finn’s tips on how to eat better to live a happier, more balanced life.
All recipes are gluten-free and include Danish Breakfast Brød, Mother Hubbard’s Bare Cupboard Granola, Moroccan Surfer’s Breakfast, Disco Barbie Beetroot Soup, She Sells Seashells by the Seashore - Cockle Salsa Salad, I Can’t Believe It’s Not Cardboard - Thick Crust Pizza, Lime Cheesecake Cups and Elderflower and Redcurrant Muffins.
Do what you love. Love what you eat!
’Finn’s World is full of soul, energy and delicious food – a cookbook that appeals to all generations. It took me a while to realise it was a free from (gluten) cookbook, it’s a book about what’s good not what you can’t eat! It’s grounded in culture, family, Ireland and the energy of the sea. I laughed all the way through reading it – especially at the Trudeau pancakes!’ Sally McKenna
‘This is one savvy, sassy gal. Glad I found her!’ Susan Jane White
‘Finn’s fun and refreshing recipes reflect her love of nature and the outdoors.’ Katie Sanderson
Finn Ní Fhaoláin’s food journey began when she was diagnosed as a coeliac and became determined to recreate all her favourite dishes - this time without gluten. That difficult road led to a beautiful destination, where Finn has created food that’s not only nutritious, but tastes amazing too! Hailing from the west coast, by the age of 10 Finn had already sailed past a glacier in Alaska, stayed in a convent in the south of France and watched cobras dancing in India. She has a BSc in Earth and Ocean Science and an MSc in Marine Biology, and has completed a professional cookery course at the Lough Gill School of Culinary Arts. She lives, surfs and cooks in Bundoran on Ireland’s northwest coast.