These baked potatoes have become a weekly favourite of ours. They have so much flavour and are made with whole ingredients. They are low carb, and high in healthy fat and protein - a low carb potato dish, imagine that! They have just over 500 calories each and will definitely leave you feeling satisfied after.
I took my favourite banana muffin recipe and exchanged the bananas for pumpkin, plus some pumpkin spice. I might just like them better than the banana version!
These cookies are full of healthy whole foods. With dates instead of refined sugar, these cookies are so chewy and chocolatey. Perfect for those who love and crave cookies as much as I do! There's an option to make these cookies vegan, nut free, gluten free and dairy free too! Whichever way you decide to make them, there is only 4 g of sugar per cookie!!!
Getting tired of boring salads? Try this 'cobb salad' style pulled pork with roasted sweet potato salad and keep your lunch or dinner interesting! This recipe is balanced with lots of healthy fat, protein and fresh vegetables which will keep you full and satisfied.
This recipe is satisfying and filling, with lots of healthy fat and protein. Just cook quinoa and chop up cheese, tomatoes, spinach and dry salami, and mix the dressing. You can easily make it ahead of time for a quick lunch or dinner.
This is my favourite way to eat kale - baked with oil and salt. Kale chips are a perfect healthy alternative for anyone who loves chips. Add different seasonings for different flavours.
A healthy alternative to cookie dough. This is one of my favourite snacks. They are perfect for on-the-go, or for when you just need a little pick me up. You can add sugar free chocolate chips to make them 100% refined sugar free, or add dried fruit!
This salad is perfect for meal prepping ahead of time for dinner or for lunches. It is full of vegetables and is well balanced with healthy fat, protein and fibre. You can make the quinoa, chicken and cut up the veggies all ahead of time, for easy dinners or lunches through out the week.
These brownies taste exactly like those mini brownies you can buy at the grocery store, except these have no refined sugar or refined flour! They are chewy and so chocolatey! They are filling too because they are made with whole ingredients, leaving you feeling satisfied after 2 or 3.
This recipe is so flavourful, with homemade creole seasoning and fresh herbed rice.
These fudgsicles are the perfect healthy snack for kids this summer. They are a balanced snack with lots of protein (9 g) and can be made completely refined sugar free!
This is always a favourite at any gathering I bring this salad to. It's turned friends and family into kale fans. It's full of flavour, nutrients and is made with whole ingredients. This salad is an easy and tasty veggie dish to bring to your next BBQ.
These mimosas are the perfect long weekend beverage. With fresh orange juice and pomegranate seeds, they are full of flavour and nutrients compared to premixed beverages. Plus, you control the amount of sugar.
You know sometimes when you feel a bit cheated when eating healthy snacks? These are definitely not like that. They are full of energy, fibre and protein and are a perfect snack to keep you going through the day with no refined grains, natural peanut butter and dark chocolate.
Instead of buying a spice mix for your fajita or nacho chicken, try making your own!
This is the best steak marinade. Period.
Roasting a whole chicken is an excellent way to save money. You can get 4-6 servings from one chicken and they typically cost between $9 - $14, depending on the size and brand. And it is so easy! Just season and pop in the oven. Roasting a whole chicken is also a great way to save time by meal prepping at the start of the week.
This is a really easy and fast soup recipe. With miso, four types of mushrooms and sesame oil, this soup has unique savoury flavours and is really tasty. It also doesn't require store bought stock, so you control the amount of salt and there aren't any additives. It's low-cal and low-carb (8 g!) and 12 g of protein per bowl.
This dark chocolate pudding is super rich, airy and dairy free. It's full of vitamins, minerals, monounsaturated fat and gut healthy fibre, which will ensure you are full and satisfied.
This is a really easy and healthy breakfast recipe. Make them at the beginning of the week and enjoy a quick, savoury breakfast everyday! They are low carb and full of 11 g of complete protein and vegetables.