These 4 ingredient cookies couldn’t be easier. They are an easy snack to kick the 3pm sweet cravings. Even though they are a healthy alternative to your standard cookie they are quiet fat heavy & contain sugar. Peanut butter is a high fat option but a good fat when taken in moderation, coconut sugar is an unrefined sweeter but reacts the same way as sugar to the body so all in moderation!
I used a cocao vegan protein in this recipe & it worked a treat, the cookies are a soft consistency & will hold for up to 3 days in an airtight container in the fridge. I have my friend Marc to thank for inspiring this recipe as I put a healthier & protein option twist onto his recipe so thanks Marc!
I love tomato chutney and making a quick homemade ones allows you to avoid any excess sugars, salts and nothing beast knowing exactly whats in your food! And with Christmas just around the corner.. this will make the perfect gift, add it to a cheese platter on Christmas day or serve with your full breakfast Christmas morning!!
We had some potatoes left over from last night and I figured what would make a good seasonal dish so whipped up a quick curry. I always have chickpeas, some spices & coconut cream in the cupboard so this couldn’t have been easier. You can substitute in your cupboard stables!
Bliss balls are the easiest grab & go treat and I love having them in the freezer as a snack before early training sessions. These little ones are like little truffles- sticky, salty & sweet!
These cookies are super easy to whip up, loaded with natural protein, low sugar and a delicious grab and go snack! Whipped up in less than 10 minutes they couldn’t be easier :). These cookies will last for up to 5 days in an airtight container in the fridge. I get 8 cookies from this batch :).
Who doesn’t love a big mug of hot tea or coffee along side a slice of carrot cake?? I love sweet treats and am always looking at how to create a healthier option to my favourite treats. This ‘almost raw carrot cake’ is loaded with protein, fibre & good fats so it’s a guilt free treat (at least that’s what I tell myself!).
I love a good bliss ball and have recently started adding some protein to them to help keep me fuller for longer and I’m loving it. I am using whole foods protein powder which is a pea based protein and vegan friendly so I’m loving it (I’m not vegan but a huge veggie fan!). I picked up the raspberry oil in the local health shop and love it as an addition to raw recipes.
These can be whipped up in 15 minutes from start to finish so pop net flick on the laptop and get blending :).
This roasted cauliflower is one of the best veggie dishes I have made.. I think! It was super delicious as a main meal at a dinner party I recently had and is super easy to whip up!
These pancakes have proved a huge hit over the past few weeks when I had guests and are so delicious!! All you need to do is pop all base ingredients into a blender, cook & choose your toppings… they are that easy!
These sesame bars are quick, easy & super delicious. I have them in the freezer at the minute as a grab & go option for my morning workouts and I love them!! Loaded with goodness they are a great energy bar or snack option loaded with protein, fibre & natural sugar.
These can be moulded into a bar or bliss ball and stored in the freezer for up to 2 months in an airtight container so there is no waist :).