I’ve had lots of messages from my wonderful tribe asking me for savoury lunch box friendly muffins so here are my favourite savoury ones with some sneaky veggies added in! I like to eat these before a workout but if I’m peckish on the weekend, they work well as a snack or even a late breakfast with a nice hot cup of tea. They are perfect for diabetics, people with cardiac issues or anyone wanting to live a healthy lifestyle. I make a big batch of these on the weekend and they last me all week in the fridge. I find little children also love these muffins as the zucchini can’t really be tasted and they love the sesame seeds on top too! These savoury muffins containing zucchini, yoghurt and mint will have you wondering how healthy ever tasted so good! Note: they are best served warm. If you’re eating leftovers, I recommend to zip them in the microwave for 30 seconds before eating. I hope you enjoy this recipe, if you do, please consider leaving me a comment or a star rating.
You guys asked for them so here they are: my easy, healthy and tasty peanut butter protein balls with chia seeds! Literally you should have every ingredient in your pantry for these ones (especially if you’re a peanut butter fan like me!). You don’t even need your blender for these ones which is the best part! You can mix them just with a spoon and it’ll only take you a few minutes. Super healthy, easy and delicious! You can thank me later!
This is literally my favourite ever healthy muesli slice recipe. Only 5 ingredients and vegan friendly too! I love that you get to use up all the over ripe bananas in your freezer too! They’re packed full of fibre, protein and healthy fats to keep you full and nourished until you eat your next meal.
I love when all the hot cross buns start appearing in the shops but I also equally dislike how unhealthy a lot of them can be. I’ve come up with a tummy friendly and healthy version of this Easter treat for you and your loved ones to enjoy. They are best served warm straight out of the oven!
I’m taking part in the Chia Co Challenge and even developed a delicious recipe for you guys as part of this challenge! The Chia Co Challenge encourages you to add just 1 tablespoon of chia seeds every day into your diet. The chia challenge contains a 7 day meal plan (written by a dietitian) plus 7 simple & delicious recipes including mine!! To get your hands on the FREE 7 day meal plan with recipes, click here.
This is a delicious healthier alternative to a shop bought cake. It uses some of my favourite ingredients and it’s one of my top recipes to whip up if I have friends over for coffee. If you don’t want to add the frosting you can just add a dollop of yoghurt to it instead. If there are any leftovers it will keep in the fridge for a few days in an air tight container or you can even freeze a few slices (I recommend not frosting it if you are going to freeze it).
Hands up who loves carrot cake! How about high protein baked vegan carrot cake oats! They are honestly one of my favourite breaky options lately as they’re DELICIOUS & packed full of fibre, protein, low GI carbs & healthy fats to keep me full all morning long!
I was searching for Christmas recipes when I came across a recipe from Elsa’s Wholesome Life and her jam drops made me drool! I adapted her recipe based on what I had in my pantry and they turned out great! They make the best after dinner treat with a cup of tea but be careful – it’s hard to stop at just one! These can also be packaged into cute Christmas boxes to be gifted to family and friends.
I found this amazing jar of red velvet latte powder at my local The Source Bulk Foods and knew I had to create something delicious with it (besides the usual red velvet cupcakes). The powder contains beetroot powder, turmeric, cardamom, ginger, vanilla and cayenne pepper. It’s wonderful served either cold or warm as a velvet latte or used in baking too.
These are so tasty with your morning cup of tea and coffee! They also contain less sugar and more protein and fibre than traditional chocolate muffins.