We will always need the odd snack and treat. The idea with these healthy recipes is damage limitation. They are wheat and gluten free as well as low in sugar. One of the other main benefits is that making your own snacks avoids the highly processed rubbish and harmful fats that get thrown into your average shop brought snack. Amazingly they still taste great! Try and see.
A common misconception I often come across is that couscous is healthy. People don’t often realise that couscous is actually a ground pasta made from semolina which is a type […]
These sweet and savory muffins make a great snack after a workout as they contain a mix of protein and carbohydrate for recovery. If I’m feeling naughty and in need […]
It’s hardly a secret that almonds are good for you. They were being used in lotions and potions right back in ancient Egypt.The 5000 year old natural healing system Ayurveda […]
Kale is loaded with more nutrients for fewer calories than almost any other food and why it makes the perfect snack. Its particularly rich in carotenoids, flavonoids, omega-3 and vitamin […]
As healthy as chips can be. Try with prawns or steak.
Sauerkraut is a great first project to introduce you to the world of fermented foods because it’s just so simple. The lacto-fermentation process produces a bacteria called lactobacillus which helps […]
Perfect side to go with Tex-Mex Steak Chili or Egg-Chiladas Alternatively you could always just have it as a snack with some veg when your hungry. There is too much goodness […]
Lower in carbohydrate and higher in vitamins and minerals than regular potato mash this cauliflower mash is a life changer. Have it with meat and more veg for a hearty […]
This can be a great pick up and go breakfast or snack for anytime of the day. It can also be a nice post workout protein boost. As with most […]