A delicious snack idea that’s high in fibre and is quick & easy to make.
I once ordered a salmon dish when having a catch up with a friend and it was served with a mango salsa. I thought it was so delicious and the flavoures complemented each other so well. I thought the mango was quite a nice alternative to add to salsa. I decided I would soon recreate the dish, this was two years ago! I recently remembered it and suddenly had a strong urge to make it!
Smoothies are one of the easiest ways to get some fruit and veg into your daily diet. It’s also one of the easiest ways to create a balanced meal with sufficient amounts of carbohydrates, proteins and fats!
I’m always making quinoa, but I rarely make it plain. I always add things like beans, nuts and lot of vegetables. It’s so easy and quick to make so it’s perfect for when you’re in a hurry and need something quick. I like to make a huge batch and store it in the fridge to have for lunch throughout the week. It makes an amazing lunch on the go – better than your average sandwich and definitely much healthier, and more interesting (in my opinion!).
Last week was actually warm enough for a frozen treat, looks like summer is finally here (even though it’s raining now as I’m writing this!!) I’ve really been craving some banana ice cream (nice cream, nana ice cream…or whatever you want to call it!) lately, which is basically frozen bananas blended into a thick ice cream like consistency. If you haven’t tried it, it’s definitely something you NEED to add to your ‘recipes to make’ list.
I tried my first quest bar a year ago instantly fell in love with them! They were all over social media and I was so eager to try them, but they were no where to be found here in the UK! Fast forward a year later and now you can find them in places like Holland and Barrett, Amazon and ebay!
On most evening, I like making quick and simple recipes, like these healthy tuna patties. All you need to do is chop a few ingredients, mix everything in one bowl, shape into patties and shallow fry for a few minutes and you’ll have a tasty and satisfying meal. You can eat these tuna patties on their own with a side salad and sweet potato fried, or you can turn it into a burger with layers of tomato, lettuce, a slice of cheese and a drizzle of Sriracha…perfect!
Chocolate muffins that are high in protein and low in calories? Yes please! These protein chocolate muffins are only 159 calories – around half the calories of that in the average chocolate muffin. So you can enjoy a delicious chocolate treat without feeling any of the guilt!
These protein bars take no time to make and only require 4 ingredients, a bowl and a spoon! They’re also gluten free, high in protein and low in carbs, great to have in the fridge for when you need a quick snack.
When I hear the word ‘fudge’ I immediately think of melt-in-the-mouth sweet, indulgent delights, but at the same time I think ‘sugar+fat’ because in essence that’s really all it is! This Pumpkin Chocolate Fudge recipe is slightly different…