Do you want a sweet treat which isn’t going send all your training down the drain? Then this slow cooked protein banana bread is perfect for you! Recipe curtesy of Emma Kirke (Medicinal kitchen). Nutritional overview (per serving) 177.25 calories, 12.9g protein, 7.482g carbs, 10.7g fat, 5.94g fibre. Ingredients 2 Medium Ripe Bananas 1/3 Cup Coconut Oil ½ Cup MusclefoodUK Vitafibre (you can use honey but it will change the calorific and sugar content!) 1-2 tbsp. Vanilla Essence […]
Is your lunch getting a bit boring and bland? Well here is a fast healthy lunch alterative to that dull sandwich. This paneer sandwich recipe is tasty, health and filling! recipe curtesy of Rekha Kakkar Nutritional overview (per serving) 352 calories, 11g protein, 50g carbs, 12g fat Ingredients 2 cups (about 10 oz.) low-fat paneer cubes 2 Tbsp. cream cheese, optional 1 extra-large tomato (or 2 small), chopped 1 Tbsp. vegetable oil Salt to taste 1 tsp. red […]
A Prepped and Packed breakfast can be hard! But this recipe is perfect you can make it, freeze it and then thaw it! The perfect solution! recipe curtesy of sweet pea and saffron Nutritional Information per serving: Calories 374 // Total Fat 20 g // Saturated Fat 10 g // Cholesterol 329 mg // Sodium 691 mg // Carbohydrate 26 g // Fiber 3 g // Sugars 2 g // Protein 24 g Ingredients (serves 4) […]
A really quick, easy and filling breakfast on the go, for those morning you just need something more! Nutritional overview per serving 262 calories, 10g protein, 32g Cabs, 12g fat Recipe curtesy of Kathy Patalasky Part One: Pumpkin Maple Butter Ingredients 1/2 cup canned pumpkin 1 Tbsp maple syrup (grade B is my preference) 2 tsp olive oil pinch of sea salt (truffle salt is even better) Optional: dash of pumpkin pie spice for spiced […]
Or is it a vitamin power packed power lunch…hhmmmmmm. Either way this lunch recipe is simple and full of vitamins, mamma natures boosters!
Breakfast is one of THE key meals of the day. A good breakfast gets that metabolism going and sets you up for the day. Here at Blue Apple we’re always on the lookout for new and interesting breakfast ideas and this is one of our favs!
For those of us that like a little savoury treat but want to stay in control these are perfect. Bake up a batch of these Veggie Crisps and keep for up to 1 week in an airtight container
Making veggies “not veggies” is very now (think courgettii). This is cauliflower rice option is great low carb recipe that is filling too!
Everyone gets the mid-afternoon munchies and these little protein balls are heaven! They are quick and easy to make and will help when then munchies strike. Make up a batch and keep in the fridge.
Soups and Bone broths are all the rage at the moment. A superfood with a myriad of nutrients and gut healing abilities.