Serves 1 or (4) for meal prep Ingredients: 200g (800g) Chicken 100g (400g) Mushrooms 100g (400g) Egg White 50g (20g) Red Onion 125g (500g) Rice 5g (20g) Fajita Spice Method: Grill the chicken in the oven or on a stand alone grill. Whilst grilling the chicken, sauté the red onion and mushrooms. Then Cook the … More Chicken Fried Rice
Serves 5 Ingredients: 250g Tesco Protein fusilli 190g Reduced Fat Pesto 230g Chopped Peppers and Onions 10x Heck Chicken Chipolatas Method: Pre Heat oven to 180° and boil a full kettle. Cook Sausages in the oven for 15mins. Sauté chopped peppers and onions in a large pan. Cook the pasta with the pre boiled kettle … More Pesto Protein Pasta
So one of the most common questions you will get amongst health and nutrition is ‘Do you track?’ Then everyone feels they have to justify themselves as to why they track so they don’t come across as obsessive and having a problem. In this blog I’m going to explain why we should bother tracking our … More Why Track Macros?
Hello Everyone, for those of you new to my blog I am a ‘bikini athlete’ and last year competed in Bikini Fitness for UKBFF. The whole blog series can be found here. So I officially finished my ‘Bikini season’ at the end of September 2016 and commenced with my reverse diet, entering into a calorie … More Will I Compete Again?
Everyone loves Banana Bread right? and most people like chocolate so why not have both? I’m always on the look out for a snack I can make in a big batch and portion out for the week to take to uni and banana bread is a firm favourite of mine. The recipe is also gluten … More Chocolate Banana Bread
I love pesto, but with it’s high oil content it can become a significant caloric addiction to your meal. I’ve made an oil free fiery pesto to eliminate this issue and allow me to add pesto to anything and everything. I love a kick to my food so i’ve used 1/2 a chilli, for less … More Simple Healthy Pesto
Vitamin D. You’ve heard about it, but your not really sure if it concerns you or not. Well it does especially in the dark winters, I’ve written this blog to help people understand the importance of vitamin D and what they can do to prevent a deficiency. What does Vitamin D do? Vitamin D helps … More Vitamin D
Australia is famous for its brunch and most importantly its healthy brunches. As a brunch addict it was the perfect place for me, so my trip was one very long brunch crawl. In the first blog of a series of Australian blogs I’m telling you the best healthy brunch spots in Sydney. Sydney is filled … More Sydney’s Healthy Brunch Spots
Who fancies a Christmas classic? A yule log, decadently chocolaty, with layers of creamy, cakey goodness. I know I do. What about a healthier high protein but still equally delicious version? Well i’ve done it, and here’s the recipe. Makes 10 Slices Log Ingredients: 200g egg whites 45g oat flour (Blended oats) 10g Cocoa powder … More Protein Christmas Yule Log
If your in need of a high protein, low carb, gluten free cake with minimal ingredients you’ve found the one ! This cake is super simple to make, tastes amazing and is completely guilt free, make this your next addition to your dessert or even a cheeky flex bowl. Cake Ingredients: 1/2 Box (135g) Dry … More High Protein Sukrin Peanut Cake