I love fudge but it is normally packed full of all the bad stuff soooo, here is my attempt to healthify it!
- 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.
- 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.
- Rapidly mix the wet ingredients together and then pour in the protein powder and mix,
- Add in the crispies before pressing the mix in to a lined baking tin.
- 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.
I don’t know about you, but I often want a snack and I want it to be healthy. So, these Marshmallow granola bars are just the answer! I love a chewy muesli bar but they are often laden with calories and lack nutritional goodness. With puffed rice as their base and a combination of seeds and fruit mixed through, these bars are delicious!
Preparation time 10 minutes
Cooking time None! But they do need overnight in the fridge to set!
- 50g of puffed wheat,
- 30g of protein (I used Banana flavour but any flavour will work),
- 50g of seeds,
- 20g of dried fruit,
- 50g of marshmallow fluff (I used a sugar free one; this could be substituted for the same quantity of peanut butter).
- Line a baking tin with cling film,
- Put all of the ingredients in to a mixing bowl and mix until well combined,
- Spoon the mixture in to a baking tray and press until well flattened,
- Put they tray in the fridge to set and then take out after around 12 hours (overnight is ideal) before cutting in to squares!
Fact: I love cookies. End of. When I was at uni.. I used to make all the cookies, whoopee pies and, THE BEST EVER BROWNIE, aka the slutty brownie!
So, when on my quest to ‘healthify’ my favourite foods, I just had to do so to the humble cookie.
This recipe is chewy as a cookie should be, yet full of protein!
To make 10, you will need:
-30g of vanilla protein powder,
-150g of egg whites,
– 20g of coconut sugar,
– 100g of flour (I used quinoa flour),
– 50g of mixed dried fruit,
– 1/2 a teaspoon of cinnamon.
Simply combine all of the ingredients until well mixed and then use a serving spoon to take one serving spoon size amount, place on a greased baking tray and spread in to a cookie shape!
Do that for all ten and then pop in to the oven for 10 minutes!
This combination is so creamy and tastes so naughty yet is super healthy and delicious. The avocado adds healthy fats, the dried fruit is a brilliant carbohydrate source and the protein is added for muscle repair so these are ideal pre or post workout!
- 1 serving of protein powder,
- 1 avocado,
- 2 tablespoons of cacao powder,
- 20g of chocolate spread,
- 30g of agave nectar,
- 50g of dried mixed fruit,
- 30g of cacao nibs.
- In your blender, combine the first 5 ingredients together until well combined (you may need to add some water),
- Once well blended, hand mix in the dried fruit and cacao nibs.
- Pop the mixture in the fridge for around an hour to set,
- Take the mixture out and role in to balls!
- Keep in the fridge and enjoy!
Skillets are one of my favourite breakfasts; you can easily mix it all together and then pop it in the oven. Simple! I love this one as it is seasoned with cinnamon and filled with mixed dried fruits; a healthy take on an Easter favourite!
- 1 crumpet (shredded),
- 20g of coconut flour,
- 50g of egg whites,
- 100ml of milk,
- 30g of dried fruit,
- 1 serving of protein powder,
- ½ a teaspoon of cinnamon.
- You will also need one skillet or baking dish!
- Pre heat the oven to 160C,
- Combine all of the ingredients together until well combined,
- Pour the mix in to your skillet,
- Pop the skillet in to the oven for 25minutes or until golden on top!
I personally don’t think there is anything better than a waffle for breakfast/brunch/ or even dinner- in both sweet and savoury form!
They’re quick and easy to make, packed full of protein and carbohydrates and, are therefore, deliciously filling! These ones are so versatile- I love to top them with smoked salmon but bacon, a poached egg or even sausages would work beautifully too!
– 50g of pancake mix (or 1/2 teaspoon of baking powder, 50g of flour),
– 100ml of water,
– 1 teaspoon of spice of choice,
– any toppings you fancy!
Are you ready?
1. Mix together the pancake mix and water- leave to stand for 2 minutes.
2. Grease and pre heat your waffle iron and then pour in the mixture,
3. Cook on both sides until browned,
4. Take out, plate up and ENJOY!
I love carrot cake; as I was growing up, it was definitely my favourite cake of choice! However, your traditional cake is definitely not as healthy as this option and is often high in both fat and calories!
This cake though, contains 6.8g of protein per slice and only 1.2g of fat!
- 100g of plain yogurt,
- 250g of liquid egg whites (or 4 whole eggs whisked together),
- 40g of vanilla or plain whey protein,
- 150g of grated carrot,
- 30g of date nectar,
- 50g of coconut flour,
- 50g of dried fruit,
For the icing:
- 20g of casein protein,
- 100g of plain yogurt,
- nuts and seeds to sprinkle!
- Line a loaf tin and pre heat your oven to 160C,
- Combine all of the cake ingredients until well mixed and then pour them in to the tin,
- Put the tin in the oven and bake for 45 minutes or until firm to touch.
- Take the cake out of the tin and tip on a cooling rack,
- Leave the cake to cool on a cooling rack,
- Whilst the cake is cooling, mix together the yogurt and casein,
- Once cooled, spread this over the cake and then sprinkle the nuts and seeds on top,
Don’t forget to let me know if you make it!