How many of us start the week with the best of healthy intentions and then fall off the bandwagon saying we don’t have have time to cook from scratch? I know I used to.
Nowadays, like the good Girl Guide I used to be, I try to be as prepared as possible so I have sugar free, nutritious snacks on hand. Sometimes time does get the better of me but that’s why we were given bank holidays! Two hours in the kitchen later and I’m fully prepped with homemade healthy snacks that will keep me going for at least the next 2 weeks.
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Leave me a comment if you would like the recipes and let me know how they taste for you xx
In this picture:
* Flaxseed crackers (next dish to make: homemade humous)
* Healthy chocolate nibbles – date, almond + cocoa protein balls
* Homemade granola using Deliciously Ella’s recipe: cinammon + pecan granola (minus the maple syrup) http://deliciouslyella.com/nutty-cinnamon-granola/
Breakfast: I love starting the day with homemade nutty granola, goats yogurt + blueberries
Mid morning : Keep the energy levels up with a mid morning snack of flaxseed cracker with nut butter + avocado
Afternoon tea: A cup of peppermint + liquorice tea plus a couple of healthy chocolate nibbles satisfy any sugar cravings that may have arisen
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