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!
They say a picture speaks a thousand words, so I’ll let this one speak for itself. Prepped in 2 minutes, this recipe is super simple and insanely delicious. You’d never know it was healthy to boot. Kick your synthetic protein bars to the curb – this is your sweet natural replacement.
The perfect dessert to warm your soul. Skip the traditional crumb of butter/sugar/flour and replace with these healthy alternatives to ensure you’re not left feeling bloated and guilty. Bonus: The added ginger will help to boost your metabolism!
A great way to curb cravings, this simple jam contains much less sugar than the store-bought stuff. It takes about 3 minutes to prepare, and with the help of the almighty chia seed, it will fill you up quicker. Dollop on your morning oats, swirl into yoghurt, use as a fruit dip, or spread on some delicious rye bread. With the addition of liquid, chia seeds swell to 17 times their original size and slow the conversion of carbohydrates into sugar. Clever little things.
These are real grown-up dessert cups. Deliciously rich, totally guilt free. Theres nothing quite like the delicious mix of dark chocolate with fresh sweet cherries. Throw in some caramel superfood powder with gooey tahini, and you have one melt-in-the-mouth dessert. Long day at work? You can whip these up in under 20 minutes.
Try this on a hot summers day instead of your usual tipple. You won’t miss the alcohol, I promise!
Sticky and sweet, these heavenly peaches are balanced with creamy plain yogurt and a sprinkling of heart-healthy nuts. While low-fat, fruit does contain plenty of natural sugar so be sure to watch your intake for the remainder of the day.
You probably know by now if you follow me on Instagram that i’m a huge fan of Greek yoghurt. It’s packed with protein and will keeps you satisfied hours after eating it. This one is always a hit with kids, but I regularly make them myself for an afternoon snack.
These healthy chocolate cups take less than a minute to create and will make your dinner guests green with envy. You can prepare these in advance and keep in the freezer until you’re ready to eat. Fill with your favourite seasonal fruit and serve to the table of your adoring guests.
I used to think figs were reserved for people with digestive issues, but when my friend at the local farmers market forced me to try the fresh stuff, I was hooked. Juicy and not overly sweet, figs make a fantastic base for stronger flavours. Here they’re paired with cinnamon and rice malt syrup – but get creative with other items in your cupboard for endless variations!