Peanut Butter Crispy Fudge

I love fudge but it is normally packed full of all the bad stuff soooo, here is my attempt to healthify it!

Ingredients:

  • 50g of smooth roasted peanut butter,
  • 25g of extra virgin coconut oil,
  • 100g of vitafibre syrup,
  • 50g of unflavoured whey protein,
  • 50g of protein crispies.

Method:

  1. Combine all of the wet ingredients in a microwave proof bowl and microwave for 3 minutes on full; be careful, the bowl will be hot and the mixture bubbling.
  2. Rapidly mix the wet ingredients together and then pour in the protein powder and mix,
  3. Add in the crispies before pressing the mix in to a lined baking tin.
  4. Pop in to the freezer for an hour before taking out and cutting in to squares.

 

Macros (1/20 slices)

  • 51 cals,
  • 7g of fat,
  • 1g of carbs,
  • 6g of protein.

March favourites…

I find it slightly crazy, and very scary, that we have come to the end of yet another month. March has been a super busy one, full of exciting ventures and some slightly scary, big decisions! However, it has also been filed with many delicious food and recipes and  fun fitness events, so I just had to share them with you!

Pip and Nut and Propercorn popcorn; these two make for the dreamiestttttttt combination.  Pip and Nut is 100% my favourite nut butter (in allll the flavours); it is so creamy and tastes as natural as it is, yet is delicious!  Propercorn is the ideal combination with this; especially the almond butter flavour! It makes a great, low GI and low calorie snack (or flex bowl topper), and tastes really naughty!

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Muscle Mousse protein pancake and muffin mixes; okay, no word of a lie, these are DELICIOUS. As in, I was happily eating the mix without adding anything to it, or even cooking! They are so simple to use; you simply add water and you’re done! They’re also really macro friendly; low carb, low fat and high protein; ideal for rest day treats!

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Laid bare skincare; I loved the results I saw in my skin after just a few weeks of using this skin care and making it a part of my daily routine! The mask is exfoliating but gentle at the same time so is perfect for my sensitive skin! I use the DIY cleanser and toner in the evening to remove make up and the 9-5 moisturiser every morning and evening to moisturise my face!  The other thing I love is that it is really good value; some skincare is so expensive which I really don’t think is necessary.

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My Skillet; I LOVE my skillet; for both sweet and savoury dishes! But, I mainly use it to make my weekend breakfasts seem so much more luxurious! I love a skillet cookie, brownie, pancake, crumble, cobbler; you name it, you can make it in a skillet! Head to my blog now to find more recipe ideas!

Hannah xxx

Chocolate peanut butter loaf…

I love chocolate.

I love peanut butter.

I love loaf cakes.

What do you get when you combine all of the above? Hannah heaven! So, here is this delicious recipe for you!

 

Ingredients:

For the loaf:

  • 25g of Sukrin Gold,
  • 50g of Muscle Mousse Peanut Choc Caramel flavour (I got mine from Musclefood),
  • 50g of MissFits Nutrition Pea Protein (Use the code Hannaheats20 for 20% off),
  • 2 tablespoons of cacao powder (I used Myvitamins),
  • 100g of flour (I used Buckwheat; any would work),
  • 200g of liquid egg whites,
  • 40g of Cacao super bites (Good 4 U Nutrition),
  • 200ml of For Goodness shakes original flavour.

For the icing:

Method:

  1. Grease and line a loaf tin and turn your oven on to 160C,
  2. Mix together all of the loaf ingredients until well combined and then pour them in to your prepared tin.
  3. Pop the loaf in the oven and bake for 30 minutes.
  4. Take the loaf out of the oven and then the tin and leave to cool on a cooling rack.
  5. Once the cake has cooled, simply mix together all of the icing ingredients and then spread on top of your cake!
  6. ENJOY!

 

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