Cranberry Banana Bread

Cranberry Banana Bread

Cranberry banana bread is a deliciously moist healthy addition to your baking list. I’m using dried cranberries as opposed to fresh cranberries meaning it’s not just for Christmas it’s for all year round! [Read more…]

Chocolate Cranberry Truffles

Chocolate Cranberry Truffles

These chocolate cranberry truffles are vegan, paleo and gluten free. This is a fun Christmas bake with a secret ingredient and as each truffle comes in at only 184 calories, one you can still enjoy even if you’re watching your waistline! [Read more…]

No Bake Cranberry Flapjacks

No Bake Cranberry Flapjacks

No bake cranberry flapjacks are delicious, chewy and just packed full with all the goodness of porridge oats, pecan nuts, almond butter and cranberries. They’re great as little treats with the minimum of effort required too! [Read more…]

Breakfast Couscous

Breakfast Couscous

Breakfast couscous is a naturally sweet, easy to make, nutritious and quickly made delicious bowl of goodness to start your day. Try it! You’ll be surprised! [Read more…]

Fruit and Nut Snack Bars

Fruit and Nut Snack Bars

These fruit and nut snack bars are tasty, chewy and crammed full of fruits, nuts and seeds. Taking less than an hour to make they make a great healthy snack in between meals at only 200 calories each. [Read more…]

Home-made Granola

Home-made Granola

This healthy home-made granola is so easy to make. There’s only 222 calories per portion and with 8 portions there’s plenty to last you all week. It’s delicious with skimmed milk or Greek yogurt, topped strawberries or blueberries! [Read more…]

Snacks at Work

Snacks at Work

Snacking during the day, in a healthy way, helps to balance our body’s daily nourishment needs. Snacking helps to avoid over-eating at a next “main” meal because we are not feeling “starved”. When we leave so long between the usual three meals a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner), our blood sugar levels drop, as do our energy levels and then we are inclined then to eat more at the next “main” meal than we should, or to rush and grab an unhealthy alternative. [Read more…]