I took a recipe I found online and varied it to fit what I had in my cupboard. The original recipe said pecans, I didn’t have any. The milled nuts were pumpkin, flaxseed and sunflower. I had a bag of LSA in the cupboard already which I often add to porridge, smoothies and such like. So feel free to vary this and use it simply as a base! Continue reading
This post was promted by a client who recently said to me ‘Theres only so much salad I can eat before I get sick of it!’. Salads don’t have to be boring, neither does healthy eating! Continue reading
Hearty vegetables tossed with a tangy cumin flavoured dressing: perfect for spring / summer days. With 10g fibre per serving it is sure to fill you up. Continue reading
This is a recipe from an old recipe book that I decided to make during last weekends cookfest. Its actually really nice and only 285 calories per serving. Continue reading
This is such a classic soup, so simple to make, and an awesome warming meal at only 68 calories per serving. Soup is a great way to have a low calorie filling and warming lunch on a cold winter’s day!
This recipe serves 4 small servings, or two larger servings. (don’t forget to double your calories!)
When seeking exciting things to do with quinoa, here’s another recipe I found. Such a versatile ingredient, savoury or sweet! I’d be inclined to switch out the brown sugar for honey if you’re looking to cut calories. Continue reading