Moroccan Beef Rolls

Who doesn't love the taste of something exotic from Northern Africa? The fresh aromatic spices that make the most basic recipes come to life. Moroccan cuisine is generally a healthy one as they use fresh fruit and vegetables, red meat such as lamb and couscous instead of rice. They cook in olive oil rather than... Continue Reading →

Ripper Reps

Looking for a leg burning workout? Then look no further! A mix of compound, isolation and plyometric exercises. The 6 round workout consists of 2 sets of exercises. Complete the first round 6 times through, rest then complete 6 rounds through of the 2nd set of exercises. This workout includes 4 x weight sets before... Continue Reading →

Christmas Trifle

Who doesn't love trifle at Christmas time?! There are a few ways I make this. One is preparing the jelly from scratch, another is using store bought low calorie custard or preparing one yourself. However...I wanted to make one that I can use as both a dessert or even as an overnight oat breakfast as... Continue Reading →

Lemon Slice

Who doesn't love the taste of a traditional slice? Or the tartiness in this super delicious sweet. Not to mention a healthier version minus the sugar! It's a simple recipe with minimal ingredients and takes around 15-20 minutes to make. Only natural ingredients are used and no animal products, so it's a perfect treat for... Continue Reading →

Cheesy Hummus & Garlic Vegan Pasta

Are you one that loves pasta? Are you looking for a protein packed healthy version? Then you found the right place. The original recipe and inspiration came from Bosh, Bosh Boys on Facebook, (great recipes, cookbooks and more, check them out) however I changed up a number of the ingredients and measurements whilst also making... Continue Reading →

Mongolian Style beef with Cauliflower Rice

Oh how I love rice....but this is the perfect alternative that is low carb, high in vitamin C and other vitamins and nutrients. It's tasty, soft and takes on the flavours of whatever you put with it. What are the benefits of eating cauliflower? Cauliflower is a cruciferous vegetable that is naturally high in fiber and... Continue Reading →

Curry Peanut Satay

I know, I know, I LOVE CHICKEN! Its light, tasty and a white meat high in protein. Since I try and only eat red meat once a week, chicken is one of my main meats and is so versatile for many types of dishes. I do promise one of my next recipes will be lamb... Continue Reading →

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