I discovered this recipe when doing a cleanse with Kia Miller from radiant body yoga. It’s a great on-the-go breakfast option packed with nutritional powerhouses like blueberries, spirulina and bee pollen.
I got this recipe from a Happy Pear Cookbook and I love it because there are quick to throw together and taste great!
The recipe makes 18 small bars.
I discovered this recipe on avirtualvegan.com, it’s healthy, gluten-free, yeast free, refined sugar free and there’s no kneading involved!
This salad can be served as a stand alone dish or a side salad. Quick to make and very tasty!
This recipe I discovered in a Hemsley & Hemsley cookbook.
This combination of spices are super nutritious and tasty! Ideal for lots of savoury dishes not just your curries!
I’ve been making these for so long now that I’m not sure where the original recipe came from! They always go down well, ENJOY!
I love this recipe as it’s very simple to make and it’s a guilt free cookie! What’s not to love?!
This is a lovely breakfast swap – instead of your sweet, sugar laden cereal go for this sweet, protein rich omelette!
This makes a great breakfast or an ‘on the go’ snack! I learned this recipe when on the IQS sugar program with Sarah Wilson.