On christmas my sister and I made lots of deserts to try and stop ourselves from eating anything and everything! (I think we succeeded!) We made a raw raspberry cake, quinoa cookies, raw chocolate covered almonds & walnuts, choc-almond balls & peppermint snaps. I have the recipe for the raspberry cake…go here (mine doesn’t look as amazing as the real one!) The other recipes...
Today I made some choc-almond balls for christmas tomorrow as I am going to find it EXTREMELY difficult to resist eating the endless amounts of chocolate, cake, ice cream, puddings & tarts! All you have to do it is: In a food processor, mix all the ingredients and then roll the mixture into balls and roll in coconut. I prefer them put in the freezer and then when you want to eat them just...
'Working Girls' Lunch
All week I’ve been on placement at a community mental health facility for my nursing degree. It has been a shock to the system to be working 8:30-5:00 every day. Taking my lunch to work reminds me of being at school and how boring school lunches used to be. So all week I’ve made sure I was up 1/2 an hour earlier to make myself an interesting lunch! Today I had: Corn chips and crudites...
Not only is salmon a great source of omega-3 but also a great source of protein and amino acids which provides special support for joint cartilage, insulin effectiveness and control of inflammation in the digestive tract. Salmon is so easy to cook and there are many different way to cook it e.g. grill, bake, poach, marinate, raw, sear etc. Salad: Spinach leaves Corn kernels Tomatoes ...
As mangos are in season I thought what better than to make a mango smoothie for breakfast! All it has in it is: 2 mangos 200ml coconut water 1 tray of ice cubes 1/4 chai seeds 1 tbsp Pea Protein GLUTEN FREE, DAIRY FREE, SOY FREE, RICE FREE & EGG FREE