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 →

Burgerlicious Burgers

We all love a burger from time to time. But how about making your own healthy version. Yes healthy, using natural flavours, healthy fats and lean meat. If your a Vegetarian or vegan you can use meat substitutes such as beans, lentils or chickpeas. This is a simple recipe where you can choose to change... Continue Reading →

Simple Crispy Salad

A simple nutritious low carb meal. Keeping this article simple as the heading suggests. Serves 1 Ingredients 1/8 med pumpkin 1 small brown onion 1/4-1/2 red capsicum 1 handful baby spinach 2 pieces short cut bacon. 1/4 cup extra virgin olive oil to cook in and use as dressing to drizzle over. BBQ spice Lime... Continue Reading →

Healthy Rice Pudding

Instead of freezing left over rice I decided to make a dessert. I'm so glad I did! Yum! I simply grabbed an oven proof baking dish, put about 2 cups cooked boiled rice in it. Full ingredient list below. In a bowl, 2 large eggs (at least 700g), or 3 small eggs and whisk. Add... Continue Reading →

Chocolate Mousse Cake

Do you long for a sweet treat like chocolate mousse or cheesecake? Then here is the perfect high protein, low fat sweet treat or dessert! This is a super simple recipe I quickly put together purely because I really felt like a cheesecake or similar but without the guilt. You could use any flavoured mousse,... Continue Reading →

Choc Caramel Collagen Balls

I just love making snack and protein balls. They are quick, easy, tasty and nutritious! No cooking required. The kids love them too, so a perfect way to add healthy snacks to their school lunch boxes. This recipe includes Protein and collagen powder. Research on collagen has shown there is no risk to children, especially... Continue Reading →

Simple yellow beef curry stir fry

Who doesn’t love an easy curry that’s ever so tasty and satisfying with the simplicity to whip up in a hurry. Curry in a hurry right?! Yellow curry is nutritious for many reasons and has potentially many benefits. Curry is called a medicinal superfood and is packed with healthy spices. Tumeric being one of them.... Continue Reading →

Lemon Pepper & Garlic Fish

Are you one that finds it hard to come up with ideas for cooking fish? Is it something you want to add more of in your diet but you find it bland or boring? Then here’s some simple ways of consuming it. Add herbs and spicesBake in foil with lemon or orangeCut it up and... Continue Reading →

Dark Chocolate Chip Banana Bread

Who doesn't love a piece of banana cake or bread with a nice hot cup of tea in the afternoon? A simple recipe for banana cake or bread, whichever you like to call it. Generally the difference is Bread usually doesn't have icing and uses heavier flours, like all-purpose flour and whole wheat flour, while... Continue Reading →

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