3-Ingredient Banana Pancakes

I'm a fan of simplicity when it comes to healthy eating. Although most of us could benefit from spending more time in the kitchen, busy schedules don't always allow for it, which means healthy food needs to be simple if it's to become habit. Say hello to 3-ingredient banana pancakes. The most basic of recipes, these fluffy pancakes are … Continue reading 3-Ingredient Banana Pancakes

Homemade Oatcakes

I love oatcakes - I must go through a pack a week. A great portable snack, oatcakes are rich in fibre which means slow release energy. Teamed with a protein rich food (think cottage cheese,  a chunk of salmon or boiled egg) or a splodge of peanut or almond butter they stave off hunger for a few hours, plus they're a lifesaver if … Continue reading Homemade Oatcakes

Courgette and Parmesan Breakfast Muffins

Some days you need breakfast FAST! Let me introduce you to my mini frittatas. If you've read my posts you'll know I am a fan of eggs - not only do they contain loads of good stuff like choline and vitamin D, they are a handy source of protein - around 6 grams per egg. Post workout, 3 eggs will give you the … Continue reading Courgette and Parmesan Breakfast Muffins

Gluten free quinoa tabbouleh

Summer is here (well, almost) which means salads are back. Hurray!  Tabbouleh is a middle eastern dish traditionally made with bulgar wheat, but this version uses quinoa, a protein rich gluten free alternative to wheat based grains. The result? A fresh, healthy salad packed with flavour which is great for lunch or a light evening meal. … Continue reading Gluten free quinoa tabbouleh

Sugar Free Banana Bread

If you're looking for a healthy cake look no further. This recipe is the perfect way to save overripe bananas from the bin. All the sweet tasting credit goes to the bananas - the riper the better, so make sure you save them until they're very spotty or black. This recipe uses spelt flour, an … Continue reading Sugar Free Banana Bread