Kick-start your day with this antioxidant powerhouse breakfast bowl. There’s only half a cup of regular milk in this recipe, which serves two to three people; however, the milk can easily be swapped for low-lactose if desired. Ingredients ½ cup ice cubes 2 frozen, peeled bananas, sliced 1 cup natural yoghurt ¾ cup frozen berries ½ cup milk 1 tbsp...
Looking for more healthy lunch ideas? This quinoa, chicken and feta salad has it all. Ingredients (Serves 4) 2 tbsp chopped flat-leaf parsley 2 tbsp chopped mint ⅓ cup lemon juice 1 tbsp olive oil Freshly ground black pepper, to taste 500 g skinless chicken tenderloins or thigh fillets 200 g quinoa, rinsed, drained Olive oil spray 1 bunch broccolini or asparagus, cut into...
Get your protein fix with this delicious smoothie - we swear it tastes just like a liquid cherry chocolate bar! Ingredients 2 scoops chocolate protein powder ½ cup fresh or frozen cherries, pitted ½ frozen, ripe banana 1 heaped tbsp Well Naturally Rich Dark Chocolate, roughly chopped ¾ cup coconut or almond milk 4 ice cubes 1 tsp Natvia, or 1–2 drops...
Treat yourself with these delicious raspberry coconut protein truffles by Heidi Cannon. Ingredients (makes 12) ¼ cup fresh raspberries 1 cup shredded coconut ¼ cup shredded almonds 2 scoops vanilla protein ½ cup coconut oil 4 dark chocolate squares Cocoa, crushed cacao nibs, crushed nuts or desiccated coconut (optional, for coating) Method Mash raspberries in mixing bowl. Mix shredded coconut, almonds and vanilla protein and add...
If you're looking for a sweet alternative to your regular cupcakes, this sweet potato creation is a must-try. Ingredients (makes 18) Cakes 2 eggs 1 cup vanilla protein powder 1 cup mashed sweet potato 2 tsp baking soda 4 packs Stevia sweetner Frosting 2 tbsp peanut butter ¼ low-fat cream cheese 1 tsp vanilla extract Method Blend ingredients and pour into non-stick muffin tins. Bake at 175°C for...
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