Super-easy to make & loaded with nutrients and antioxidants. it helps overcome that dreaded morning slump & it keeps me going all day.
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It has a subtle nutty flavour and slightly chewy texture that provides a lovely contrast in a dish. It’s also rich in nutritious fibre and protein. Using cracked freekeh will shorten the cooking time, but wholegrain freekeh can also be used — just double the cooking time.
These waffles are full of healthy wholemeal goodness and they are refined sugar-free. To further increase your protein intake, add a scoop or two of your favourite protein powder to the mix. Rolled oats can be used in the recipe, but if they aren’t blitzed in a blender, the mixture can be quite thick. If using whole rolled oats, reduce the cooking time of the waffles a little to prevent them from burning.
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This protein-rich porridge is full of ancient grains to add extra nutrition to your morning porridge. Don’t forget to soak the grains overnight to give them a softer texture prior to cooking the next day.
Quinoa is one of the most popular ancient grains for good reason. It’s easy to cook, rich in plant-based protein and high in antioxidants including quercetin and kaempferol. This quinoa and pomegranate salad is the perfect accomplice for seafood or another protein. I like using garlic and ginger for an extra flavour punch in the marinade, but it’s equally delicious without it.
Perfect for the colder months, this Hearty Kale & Potato Soup. Garnish with mixed sprouts, sliced chilli, crispy kale and spring onions.
This recipe is the perfect mid-week dinner and is great for the family. Use lean beef mince to make the meatballs a healthier option. I also love adding herbs like parsley and oregano to my meatballs to really lift the dish and give it a fresh flavour. Use fresh, soft flatbreads to roll up and eat.
The key to making a successful pinwheel is to have an even layer of filling over the pastry and to roll it up tight so it keeps its shape. I like to place the pastry in the fridge briefly prior to cutting it as it helps it firm up nicely.
These espresso brownies have all the deliciousness of a brownie but are a lot healthier. Use butter for a more decadent, richer mouth feel or substitute with coconut oil or olive oil. To get the texture right, make sure to use a granulated rather than powdered sugar replacement.
This traybake is a perfect sweet treat a. It’s incredibly forgiving, so feel free to play around with different fruits and flavours.
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