The beauty of smoothies is that they are quick, easy and jam packed with goodness. I have one almost daily as a snack, which sometimes becomes lunch if I am busy with work/house/mum stuff. I throw everything into a blender and can sip away whilst rushing around, its the perfect on-the-go! Try a smoothie challenge
This cake is a grain-free chocolate delight, made using almond meal (so is perfect for any of you gluten free, wheat free beauties out there). Using nut flour in the place of wheat flour means this cake is naturally lower in carbohydrates, and higher in protein (especially with 3 eggs added in the mix!) .
Berries, berries, and more berries…. Not only do they taste divine, they also top of the list when it comes to powerful antioxidants. This means they help fight the damaging effects of alcohol, stress, poor diet, and highly processed & refined foods. We could all use a dose of these once in a while, right?!
Prawns are a great source of protein and like other fish and shellfish, are also a source of omega-3 fatty acids – essential fatty acids your body does not produce. Omega-3s can reduce inflammation and your risk of heart disease, cancer and arthritis, as well as help with brain function. Combine these fabulous prawns with sesame
The combination of banana, almond butter, cacao, avocado, chia and coconut water in this smoothie makes it perfect for breakfast, or an afternoon pick-me-up. Hell, its actually great for any time of the day. Bananas contain fibre, almond butter gives you a healthy dose of good fats and protein, cacao is choca block (pardon the