Chewy on the top, soft in the middle, with a layer of the delicious sauce waiting for you at the bottom makes – few puddings can top this one! Serve with a drizzle of homemade custard for extra indulgence on a cold night.
Bundt cake actually refers to the tin in which is baked (rather than a specific recipe) that gives it it’s beautiful shape. I’ve taken my mum’s famous chocolate cake recipe and swapped out some of the ingredients for healthier options. It’s just as delicious, and the addition of ginger warms the soul for the perfect winter cake.
We can all agree that it would be *awesome* if there was a healthy version of pizza out there. There’s just something about picking a multitude of toppings that gets me over-excited. While this one isn’t filled with melted cheese, it’s just as delicious (promise). It’s practically a fruit salad, which means you can have 4 slices of pizza and not feel ill. You will need a watermelon any then anything else lying in your fruit bowl or pantry – scarcely a recipe, but share-worthy all the same!
Sometimes I don’t feel like having an omelette after a workout. It’s not always easy *or palatable* to get your protein needs. After much testing *poor me* this muffin recipe gets the Fit Foodie tick of approval and is a great post-workout snack. Not dissimilar in taste to your typical cafe muffin, but this one is loaded with muscle-loving amino acids that help build and repair. Also known as super muffins. That’s right.
You love carrot cake, and you love breakfast. There’s only one thing for it…
Creamy, crunchy, chewy and sweet, this recipe packs a nutritional punch to keep you fuelled throughout the morning. Prepared in a matter of minutes, this Carrot Cake Oatmeal is loaded with heart-healthy walnuts, whole grains, sweet carrot & cinnamon for the perfect start to the day.
Honey and Lemon serve a much better purpose than just a cold remedy, dontcha know? This amazing flavour combo works as a delicious ‘cheesecake’ (minus the cheese) in this dairy and gluten free recipe. Perfect for a special occasion, or just a weekday – with ingredients to healthy, who needs an excuse?!
Chocolate cupcakes that are bursting with nutrients!? I know it sounds weird, but the hidden beetroot adds an unmistakably deliciously earthy flavour, complimenting the cacao perfectly. Divinely sweet and satisfying, these cupcakes will be gracing your healthy afternoon tea party more than once! Skip the bottles of red food colouring and sneak some veggies in at the same time.
Looking for a healthy take on your favourite morning treat? This is it. Traditional sugar is replaced with stevia, meaning fewer calories and plenty of natural sweetness. The addition of cinnamon helps to stabilise blood sugar levels, meaning you won’t suffer cravings later on in the day. Warming spices never looked so inviting! Toast a slice for breakfast, and top with a little ricotta and honey…your Sunday morning, sorted.
Deliciously sweet (but secretly packed with veggies) this is perfect for any special occasion. It does take a little preparation time, but believe me – this one is well worth the wait.
Swap your cafe-bought banana bread for this delicious sugar-free version, and get some extra fruit and heart-healthy nuts in your diet. Bonus!