HOT BIRCHER MUESLI

There’s no denying the mornings are getting colder and darker (in London) but that’s no reason to throw in the towel with healthy and quick breakfasts. Make a batch of this bircher which will last you 4 days in the fridge and you can have it prepped and ready to eat on the run or quickly heat in the morning. That’s right heat. Hot bircher is the new HOT thing. Otherwise if you are more of a play it safe gal and don’t like change, simply eat it cold. It’s just as delicious plus the cheeky spices will keep you warm inside.

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DAIRY FREE SPELT HOT CROSS BUNS 

Spelt flour is packed with nutrients, vitamins, minerals and essential organic compounds which wheat does not contain. It is higher in fiber and protein than other wheat grains and contains less gluten than regular flour meaning it is easier for some to digest. Continue reading “DAIRY FREE SPELT HOT CROSS BUNS “

COCONUT CHOCOLATE LOVE BISCUITS

Forget the diamonds, jewels, fine dining, champagne and red roses… Valentine’s day is all about the CHOCOLATE and lots of it. If there is one thing you should all know about me – the way to my heart is all about the food. Strawberries coated in dark chocolate, decadent slices, choc-raspberry tarts and cheesecakes or any cake for that matter oozing with chocolatey goodness. Continue reading “COCONUT CHOCOLATE LOVE BISCUITS”

SPIRULINA MINT JINGLE BALLS

If Christmas isn’t your favourite time of the year then maybe these will change your mind. Like wise if you aren’t the biggest choc mint fan… these jingle balls will definitely change your mind! They are my all time favourite protein balls and are a Christmas must! Perfect way to enjoy the silly season whilst maintaining your protein levels and reducing your intake of artificial sugars!
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SUGAR FREE BANANA AND BLUEBERRY MUFFINS

What’s a freezer without a stash of wholesome muffins? Every second Sunday I find myself in the kitchen whipping up a large batch of healthy banana muffins for on the go quick snacks, morning teas or when you just feel like a muffin. These are quick and simple and a great recipe for the kids (nut free) Give them a go! Continue reading “SUGAR FREE BANANA AND BLUEBERRY MUFFINS”

HALLOWEEN PUMPKIN SMOOTHIE

Happy Halloween. I personally have never been a big one for celebrating Halloween but with social media these days taking over the world you can’t hide from it. Let’s put the chocolate and sweets aside and focus on the pumpkin. Pumpkin is a great versatile vegetable and believe it or not is a great addition to smoothies. Continue reading “HALLOWEEN PUMPKIN SMOOTHIE”

7 HEALTHY DINNERS IN UNDER 12 MINUTES

When you are running around or working all day sometimes the last thing you want to do is cook dinner so the ice cream container, frozen meals or endless slices of toast seem like the best option? WRONG!! You can whip up a healthy and wholesome dinner with very minimal ingredients in about 12 minutes.  Continue reading “7 HEALTHY DINNERS IN UNDER 12 MINUTES”

SATAY SAUCE

I refer to this satay sauce quite a lot in my recipes. Satay pies, curries, stir frys, pizzas, burgers and as a dipping sauce for rice paper rolls, spring rolls or meatballs. It is pretty simple to make and a great healthy low fat alternative to the processed sugary sauces you buy from the super market. Just make sure you have your peanut butter tub ready to rock and roll – and sample as you go! It is delish! Continue reading “SATAY SAUCE”