Vegetable Tagine

This dinner is full of fibre from all of the nutritious veggies, making it so satisfying. Chickpeas are an excellent source of protein, and low in fat too, making them an great alternative for meat as part of a balanced diet. You can use whatever suitable veggies you have at home, these are our favourites…

Tuna Quinoa Bowl

We love this Powerbowl for post-workout lunch. We like to cook up a big batch of Quinoa that we can keep in the fridge for a couple of days and add to our meals when we are in a hurry and don’t have time to cook. All these ingredients can be thrown together in 5…

Protein Flapjacks

There are many so called “healthy bars” on the market nowadays, but actually read the ingredients list and you’ll see that they are anything but nutritious. They may be advertised as low in fat, but the taste is made up with lots of sugar and clever sugar disguises – namely fructose. If either of these…

Protein Pancakes

These are an excellent balanced breakfast, or can be eaten at any time of the day as a snack too. They contain carbs and protein to keep you full, and you can add pretty much any other healthy ingredients you like to give them your favourite flavour.  See below for some of our suggestions. The…

Apple Pie Oats

Keep your breakfast healthy by preparing it from scratch yourself. Most shop bought cereals are crammed with additives and sugar. Taking simple oats as your base and adding your own, natural ingredients means you know exactly what you are eating, you can adjust it to your own taste. We make many varieties of both cold…

Carrot Cake Oats

Oats are an ideal breakfast since they are a whole grain food and full of fibre, but low in calories. Foods rich in fibre help us to stay fuller for longer and blood sugar levels stable, which will prevent cravings for sugary snacks later in the day. Oats also contain all manner of nutrients including…