Chunky Monkey granola recipe

 If you’re sick of egg white omelettes for brekkie and are looking for a more enticing way of getting adequate protein levels into your diet, this Chunky Monkey Granola is the way to go. Created by our beautiful 2017 Top 10 Cover Model finalist, Amy Lee, this delicious high-protein, low-sugar granola is inspired by Ben & Jerry’s choc-peanut butter-banana ice-cream flavour (yum), but made from wholesome and nourishing ingredients. It’s also vegan and oil free. Enjoy! Chunky Monkey Protein Granola (chocolate – peanut butter – banana)   14 servings (½…

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Snickers nice-cream recipe

  Treat yourself to this delicious nice-cream this Valentine’s Day.     Ingredients  4 frozen bananas, chopped   ¼ cup peanut butter  1 tbsp mesquite powder 1 tsp vanilla bean powder  ¼ tsp salt  Choc tahini sauce: 2 tbsp cacao powder  1 tbsp hulled tahini  1 tbsp coconut nectar  Boiling water, add until desired consistency is reached Method 1. First prepare the choc tahini sauce. Combine sauce ingredients in a small bowl and mix until all ingredients are well combined. 2. Combine all nice-cream ingredients in a high-power blender, blend until smooth…

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Lola Berry’s nutrition bowl recipe

  This pretty creation is a nutritional goldmine full of all the good, healthy and delicious stuff. Try it for a satisfying lunch!     With the avo and olive oil providing some lovely healthy fats, the eggs giving you lots of complete protein and the sesame seeds adding plenty of the iron needed for the body to produce energy, along with a big hit of calcium too. I spend so much time making these bowls look pretty that they often look too good to eat … almost! Ingredients ½ kent pumpkin,…

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Superfood strawberry protein milkshake recipe

  Alleviate the brain fog and keep your mood in check with this protein smoothie. Ingredients (makes one smoothie) 1 cup coconut, soy or almond milk 1 scoop Activated Nutrients Vanilla Bean Daily Protein 1 teaspoon Activated Nutrients Daily Superfood powder Approximately 7 frozen, sliced strawberries   Method 1. Combine all ingredients in a blender 2. Blend until smooth 3. Pour into a glass and enjoy!   NUTRITION (per smoothie) Protein: 19g // Fat: 5g // Carbs: 16g // Calories: 213g     {nomultithumb}   Read more … Women’s Health…

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Tiffiny Hall’s ‘Glow Bowl’ recipe

  Tuck into this delicious glow bowl filled with healthy goodness by trainer Tiffiny Hall. Ingredients (Serves 2  // Prep: 10 min // Cook: 10 min) ¼ cup mixed quinoa ½ fennel, shaved 2 cups baby spinach leaves ½ cup blueberries 2 tbsp pumpkin seeds 8 walnuts, roughly chopped 2 eggs, boiled, peeled and cut into quarters, to serve ½ bunch mint, leaves picked 2 tbsp lemon juice 2 tbsp yoghurt 2 tbsp water       Method 1. To cook the quinoa, bring 3/4 cup of water to the boil, add the rinsed…

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Want A Recipe For Success? Look To Famous Chefs

Some of the most famous chefs in the world turn the concept of information-sharing on its head. You’re probably familiar with culinary greats like Jamie Oliver, Nigella Lawson, Julia Child or Kylie Kwong. Their successful cooking shows, recipe books, and restaurants have made them household names. However, being really good at cooking doesn’t guarantee that you’ll be a famous chef. These chefs became famous because they’re honest about their cooking. Instead of guarding their best cooking tips, they share them with the world. They bring viewers into their kitchens and…

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Chocolate mint smoothie recipe

Get your protein fix with this chocolate mint smoothie courtesy of our friends at Activated Nutrients.  Ingredients (makes one smoothie) 1 scoop Activated Nutrients Daily Protein Raw Cacao 1 ripe banana 2 tbsp cacao powder 1 cup milk of choice (almond, soy, dairy, etc.) ½ cup frozen blueberries 10 mint leaves (plus a few more to garnish) 1 tbsp cacao nibs to garnish (optional but does add a brilliant crunch!) Method 1. Blitz all ingredients (except garnish mint and cacao nibs) in blender until smooth. 2. Pour into glass and…

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6 Fast & Furious Recipe Books to Read If You Claim You Have No Time to Cook

Today’s busy professionals spend more time working than ever before. They barely have time for anything else but sleep and work. When it comes to eating, taking away and ordering in take precedence over eating healthy, home-cooked meals. But we all know that can take a toll on your health. That’s why cooking simple, quick yet nutritious meals are their next best shot. Here are six recipe books that offer an array of fast and furious meals tailored for every taste bud. 1. 5 Ingredients – Quick & Easy Food,…

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Healthy sushi bowls recipe

This is the perfect meal when you feel like sushi but don’t have the time to make fiddly nori rolls. Adding vinegar and nut butter to the rice helps it to stick together and makes it really tasty.   Ingredients 1 cup brown rice 2 tbsp rice vinegar 1 tbsp nut butter (any kind) 2 tsp sesame oil 250 g firm tofu or tempeh (or both), cubed or sliced into batons 1 cup sliced shiitake mushrooms 2 tbsp sesame seeds ¼ cup tamari 8 cos lettuce leaves 1 carrot, cut…

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Glowing smoothie bowl recipe

  Start your day with this delicious glowing bowl courtesy of personal trainer Danielle Bazergy.   Ingredients   1 scoop BSC Organic Plant Protein (vanilla) 1 cup spinach  1 cup kale 5-10 ml chlorophyll  100 ml coconut water  1 large frozen banana  ½ cup ice  Method Blend all ingredients, either adding more coconut water or ice depending on desired consistency Toppings: Strawberries Blueberries  Buckwheat  Shaved coconut  NUTRITION (per serve for the base ingredients) Protein = 23.5g // Fat = 2.2g // Carbs = 39.4g // Calories = 270   {nomultithumb}  …

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