Maple Parfait

A simple nutritious overnight breakfast high in protein, carbohydrates and dietry fibre. 370 calories per serve and a whole lot of energy to fuel your workouts or the day ahead. INGREDIENTS 2 weetbix1/2 cup almond or skim milk1-2 tsp sugar free maple syrup1/4 cup plain Greek yoghurt1/8 cup granola, homemade or natural2 tblsp Light whipped... Continue Reading →

Snickers Overnight Oats

I couldn't resist turning my snickers smoothie flavours into an overnight oats recipe. I used organic products and 95% dark chocolate for an antioxidant hit. The peanut butter also boosts the protein. Oats are nutritionally rich. It has more protein than most grains and also contains numerous vitamins and minerals. It contains not only antioxidants but... Continue Reading →

Chocolate Chia Seed Pudding & Yoghurt

Chia seeds are a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, antioxidants, iron, and calcium. A 28-gram, or 1-ounce, serving of chia seeds also contains 5.6 grams of protein. Mixed with water, they can replace egg in vegan cooking. They are fantastic for breakfast and thickening up recipes. Made for breakfast the night before in milk or water etc,... Continue Reading →

The Easiest Pancakes Ever

Egg and Banana Pancakes. 2 main ingredients is all you need plus extra virgin olive oil to cook them in. This recipe has baking powder to make fluffier but you can omit it. Protein, carbs and good fat. Everything your made of, everything your body needs. Quick, easy and delicious! Without all the refined sugar... Continue Reading →

Blueberry Cheesecake Overnight Oats

A sensational tasty breakfast that tastes just like cheesecake! Great for those in a hurry in the morning as you prepare it the night before. This recipe is for one jar, so you can make more separately or mix in a large bowl and carefully spoon into jars. I got the original recipe from Anna... Continue Reading →

Home Made Granola

Love cereal and granola? Do you want to reduce the amount of sugar in your breakfast? Do you want to avoid pre-packaged muesli? Then this is a simple, tasty, low sugar, healthy granola mix you can make yourself! With the goodness of seeds, nuts and natural ingredients. A mix of: Rolled oats Pepitas and seed... Continue Reading →

Seeded Sourdough with Ricotta & Walnuts

An easy sweet and savoury meal of sourdough bread for those in a hurry! Sourdough bread has many health benefits. It contains the bacteria Lactobacillus in a higher proportion to yeast than other breads. More Lactobacillus means higher production of lactic acid, which means less of the potentially dangerous phytic acid. Therefore more mineral availability (particularly k, p,... Continue Reading →

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