With families back to their busy routines, quick and easy dinners are very much in need. This healthy puff pastry tart is very much that, a quick and healthy dinner which is made with minimal effort. Great for all of the family and can be served hot or cold – great for lunches the next day.
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.
Breakfast lovers! This is my go-to weekend brunch. This healthy sweet potato hashbrown recipe is quick and easy to make and is extremely delicious. Perfect for fueling a busy day ahead as it’s packed full of carbs and protein. Add some spinach, mushrooms or vine tomatoes on the side for some wholesome goodness.
Curry lovers! This chicken jalfrezi recipe is especially for you! Furthermore, it only contains 279 calories per portion! Hence making it a great option for those trying to lose weight or for those who are simply looking to eat healthier. The average chicken jalfrezi from an Indian takeaway contains 524 calories (kcal), however, when dining out most people tend to consume a lot more. Pilau rice contains 203 calories, 1 nan bread is 303 kcal, 1 popadom 60 kcal and an onion bhaji is 364 kcal. That’s a total of 1454 calories and that’s without alcohol, which is nearly ⅔ ‘s of your daily calorie intake based on 2000 calories.
Swapping your sweet tooth craving to something filling and nutritious is the start to a healthier diet. To make these protein energy balls, you don’t need to bake them and they take less than 10 minutes! They are loaded with protein, fibre and healthy fats, which will provide you with energy throughout the day.