About The Mighty Beetroot

Founded and run by Kelly Little, a qualified Natural Chef, The Mighty Beetroot is all about inspiring you through delicious and nutritious plant-based food to help you on your journey to better health and wellbeing.

Kelly runs group and private workshops, a fun way to learn how to make simple but tasty plant-based dishes and discover where to source the best ingredients.

Or, if you prefer to save your time and effort, she offers a bespoke Fridge Fill service, providing nourishing and delicious meals of your choosing for you and the family.

If you don’t have the need or budget for a personalised menu, but are interested in some healthy, tasty and convenient snacks, then you can choose to purchase from her Mighty Snack Service which offers weekly collection from her Kingston based kitchen.

Kelly also offers one-on-one cooking lessons, guidance in getting your kitchen and pantry set up and where to buy the best kitchen tools, and her services as a chef for small catered events such as yoga and health retreats.

If you’re just looking for some menu inspiration browse through her wonderful selection of plant-based recipes available on her website.

We Love The Mighty Beetroot because…

What could be more important than the health of you and your family? Kelly makes delicious AND nutritious food and will inspire you to do the same. She is full of ideas about how to improve the way you eat and incorporate real, colourful, seasonal food into your daily lives to help you feel your best. Whether she is running a workshop or filling your fridge, Kelly’s experience, passion and energy shines through in her work and attention to detail.

More about Mighty Beetroot Founder, Kelly Little

Kelly became interested in health and wellness through her own journey with debilitating joint issues. When science failed her, she made changes to her diet and lifestyle, looking for natural alternatives to overcome these challenges. She was so astonished by the results, she decided to retrain as a therapeutic chef to be able to help others facing similar obstacles. She juggles her work with a busy family life while trying to prioritise ‘me-time’ to pursue other elements of wellbeing such as meditation and exercise.