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.
With a prep time of less than 10 minutes, making this salad at the beginning of the week and dividing it up for lunches or dinners will save you a ton of time. This black bean salad is chock-full of vegetables, helping you get all your vitamins and minerals for the day. One serving has 10 g of protein and 12 g of fibre. It's gut healthy too!
Dark chocolate with a creamy coconut centre. Perfect for when you're craving something sweet in the afternoon or after dinner! They are pretty low carb, low in sugar and have healthy fat.
Don't fear potatoes! They are full of vitamins and minerals just like the other veggies. They may be starchy but they have only a fraction of the starch of bread or pasta. As well potatoes are a whole food, unrefined and unprocessed, unlike bread and pasta.
One packaged food I really miss is chewy granola bars, so I decided to make some myself with no additives, preservatives, or refined sugar. These are prefect for school and work lunches!
Soft, chewy AND flourless! Perfect for those who are gluten-free or for anyone who just loves peanut butter and chocolate!
This homemade maple granola recipe is perfect for adding some crunch to your yogurt or kefir. Made with all whole ingredients, it is sure to leave you energized for a productive morning.
Simple and delicious. Just slice, toss in oil and seasoning and bake.
These have been a weekly staple in our house for years now. Sweet potatoes are quite gentle on your digestive system and can be made many different ways. Have them as a side or add them to a baked veggie bowl or salad!
Potatoes are a perfectly acceptable vegetable as long as they aren't deep fried, despite what some will tell you. Potatoes have 1/3 of the carbs and calories of pasta when comparing 1 cup of potatoes vs. 1 cup of pasta. And they are full of vitamins and minerals, so enjoy these potato wedges guilt free!
I never used to like brussel sprouts at all until my sister gave me this recipe and now they are one of my favourite veggies to eat!
These tomatoes are so flavourful and delicious. They are hands down my favourite vegetable dish right now. I could eat the whole dish! They are so quick and easy to make, perfect for when you are tired after work and want something really tasty and healthy.
These are so delicious and are a staple in our house as a vegetable side dish. They are low carb, with 10 g of protein and 5 g of fibre per serving! They are filling, full of nutrients and satisfying!
Balsamic reduction adds flavour to your veggies. Make a batch at home and store in the fridge for further dishes.