Butternut Squash Soup – As the temperature is dropping, soups are perfect for the colder months. I tend to make a big batch and have it for lunch throughout the week. This soup is lightly spiced and also filling. By adding lentils, you’ll also get that boost of protein as well as all of the vitamins, mineral, and antioxidants. Butternut squash is also widely available throughout the autumn, they’re low in price and high in quality. Eating seasonally has many health benefits. To find out why, click here.
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.
Homemade tortilla chips could not be easier! With only 3 ingredients, you’ll never opt for shop bought crisps again! All you need is tortilla wraps, (I used wholegrain seeded wraps) olive oil and seasoning. These crisps are crispy and strong enough to hold a good portion of the dip – perfection! These homemade tortilla chips are super quick to make and you experience the same taste and texture as your favorite shop brought crisps, at a fraction of the price and more importantly the calories.
Autumn salad – They are great for fighting the flu! Packed full of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Not only do they keep you fuller for longer. They’re also super quick and easy to make, a win-win! Eating seasonally also has many benefits, click here to find out what they are!
It is so important to plan your meals in advance. This not only helps you to stay on track but this also stops you impulsive eating without thinking about what you’re putting in your body. Try our carrot coriander soup which is the perfect recipe for meal prepping as it can be placed into a container and stored in the fridge. It is only 96 calories per serving which is also a big bonus!