Sneaky Evening Munch ;)

Raspberries in strawberry organic yoghurt.

Yummy!

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The Good Snack!

Recently I came across this range of new snacks called the Good Snack , the healthy option! They make a range of snack sized bags that contain a range of different peanuts, chocolate raisins, dried fruit and seed mixes. They don’t contain anything artificial!!

Remember! Snacking is good, you just need to snack good. Meaning… Snacking is not a bad thing in fact it can be better than eating three big meals without snacking and it helps metabolism too, however you need to choose the right food to snack on.

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• Veggie sticks: Celery is a great snack!
• Sliced tomato and feta cheese.
• Piece of fruit
• Yogurt
• Granola bar
• Air popped popcorn
• Egg whites and wholegrain toast.

Breakfast Suggestion: HoMeMaDe MuEsLi

This is great for those that are in a rush in the morning and never have time to dedicate to making their breakfast. I for one, feel your pain. I would rather choose those extra few minutes in bed in the morning (especially those cold ones!) than making a decent breakfast!

But I love this recipe! Quick, easy, handy, nutritious and prevents those, like me, from skipping the most important meal of the day, BREAKFAST!

Make the night before to avoid missing those extra minutes in bed or simply for an on-the-move breakfast or lunch that you can grab in the morning and bring with you.

HOME-MADE MUESLI

You will need:
☑350g jumbo oats
☑200g mixed nuts
☑50g of each sunflower & pumpkin seeds
☑100g dried apricot
☑100g dried apple
☑Yoghurt or milk to serve

NOTE: Change up the nuts and dried fruit mixes to match your own taste.

How?
• Roast the jumbo oats in the oven for 15-20 minutes, until golden brown.
• Remove from baking dish and allow to cool in a bowl.
• Add the rest of the ingredients and mix well.
• Store in an air tight container in the fridge and serve covered in milk or yoghurt.
•You can also leave the muesli soaked in the milk or yoghurt over night for a creamy texture muesli.

Quick, Easy, Healthy, Lunch Recipe!

Never know what to make for lunch? Tired of snacking on junk food in work?
Need a quick, easy and healthy option to bring to the office with you?
This recipe will have your colleagues green with envy…..

TANDOORI CHICKEN SALAD

What you will need: (for two people)

• 50g tandoori paste
• 37g natural yoghurt
• 25g baby spinach
• 375g chicken fillets
• tbsp olive oil
• a green shallot
• 125g grape tomatoes
• pinch of mint leaves
• half cucumber

For salad dressing you will need:
• 35g natural yoghurt
• tbsp olive oil
• 30g fresh lemon juice

How?

1. Mix the yoghurt and paste in a bag and add the chopped chicken fillets. Mix well so chicken is covered.
2. The chicken will need to be left in the fridge for at least an hour so the best thing to do is leave it in the fridge overnight.
3. Fry the chicken in the olive oil until piping hot.
4. Mix the sliced cucumber , chopped shallots, spinach, tomatoes and mint in a bowl and add the cooked chicken pieces.
5. Make the dressing by mixing the yoghurt, fresh lemon juice and olive oil, add pinch salt and pepper if wanted.

  • Serve with a pitta bread or naan bread

tandoori salad