Try using a teaspoon to eat foods such as fruit and yoghurt, because it takes longer to eat the meal and you are more likely to feel full at the end!
Hiya guys, I today i’d like to share with you one of my favourite healthy desserts, it tastes good, has a added surprise inside, and is super easy to make!
You will need:
Yoghurt of any variety
80% Dark chocolate
Toppings of your choice, coconut flakes, dried fruit ect.
And possibly a silicon mould if you are feeling fancy
Cut up your banana, and melt the chocolate in a bowel, I also crushed up some pecan nuts at this stage. Use a folk to roll your banana in the chocolate, coating the piece, then dip in crushed pecan pieces. Lie the banana pieces on a plate covered in clingfilm then freeze for 15 minutes.
Take the pieces out of the freezer and gently lift them off the plate. Pour half of your yoghurt mixture into either a tray or silicone mould, then drop a chocolate banana piece in. Next, coat the banana with the other half of the yoghurt. Sprinkle your toppings and freeze over night, so they are ready to eat the next day!
Heya guys, just thought id post one of my healthy bedtime snacks, its a really healthy alternative especially if you have a sweet tooth! Enjoy 🙂
2. 1 teaspoon of myprotein peanut butter (its 100% ground peanuts)
3. 1 chopped kiwi
4. 1 Grated apple
5. 4 tablespoons of Alpro soya yogurt/ natural yogurt
6. 2 Tablespoons of granola
7. A handful of dried fruit (such as chopped dates or apricots)
8. Toasted in ground almonds
9. Drizzled in honey
After a weekend away which consisted of the occational take-away, I thought I would kick start my monday morning with my beat the bloat smoothie. Heres the recipe bellow, let me know what you think (it does look very green!!)
1 handful of spinich leaves
1 Tps of honey
4 Tbs of natural yoghurt/ alpro soya yoghurt
1 handful of blueberries
2 Tbs of ground almonds (this does make the smoothie a bit grainy, but I like to add these for protein and vitamin E)
300ml of water
Stay confident, stay happy,