Do you have a sweet tooth? Are you often craving chocolate in the evenings in front of the TV? Instead of reaching for calorific chocolate bars, opt for these super healthy chocolate truffles instead.
Not sure about what to have for dinner? These healthy Mexican sweet potatoes are a great evening meal as they are packed full of protein and carbs which will, therefore, keep you satisfyingly full after a hard day at work. They are also super easy to make, simply bake the potatoes in the oven for around 45 minutes to an hour and then scoop out the insides, add the other ingredients, top with cheese and enjoy! Serve the healthy Mexican sweep potatoes on their own with a squeeze of lime in addition to a side salad.
Healthy Granola Bars – With the shops going granola bar crazy, it is becoming increasingly hard to know which granola bars are actually healthy. Many contain a lot of added sugar and preservatives. By making your own, you know 100% what is in your bars. Therefore, you can be sure all of the ingredients are wholesome and will contain a good nutritional value. This no-bake (apart from toasting the oats) are low in sugar, stuffed with nuts, seeds, and dried fruit. They’re great for a snack or perfect for breakfast on the go.
Healthy Cookies, is there such a thing? Yes! I have a very sweet tooth and am often craving naughty treats. However, instead of indulging on calorific snacks, I try to swap to healthier alternatives to satisfy my cravings. Hense, coming up with healthy cookies.
Toasted pumpkin seeds are so crunchy and are my go-to snack at this time of year. They’re super quick and easy to make and very healthy too. With the leaves falling from the trees, the air is crisp and fresh, pumpkins are everywhere! Halloween has arrived already, so if you’re carving pumpkins, make sure you’re saving the seeds to make this delicious snack.