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Sour Cherry & Vanilla Bites

It’s cherry season in Aus, but for me that means hours at the sink with the new (and very unnecessary) kitchen gadget removing the pits. While fresh fruit is always best, it’s sometimes nice just to skip the hard labour and opt for the dried option instead. These delicious sour cherry bites are great when you just want something a little sweet to round off a dinner (or even breakfast, in my case) but you don’t want to devour a whole bowl of pud. This one’s for you, snacky sweet lovers… high protein, raw, gluten free: the perfect way to keep up that New Year’s resolution!

Lentil & Beetroot Salad

Green Lentils with Beetroot, Walnuts and Goats Cheese

This delicious lunch will keep you satisfied until dinner – a delicious mix of satiating good carbs and fats (lentils and olive oil / walnuts / cheese), with plenty of fresh greens thrown in for good measure. Goats cheese is the perfect cheese to select if you’re cleaning up your diet. It’s creamy, comparatively low in kilojoules, and has no added nasties. Whip this up in under 10 minutes.

Choc-Chip Peanut Butter Protein Balls

Choc-Chip Peanut Butter Protein Balls

Does anyone else have an internal ever-hungry peanut butter beast waiting to get out? I can’t get enough of the stuff. It is high in great fats, so a little of the stuff keeps you satiated until your next meal. These fast and easy peanut butter protein balls will satisfy both the creamy nut butter cravings and your chocolate ones too – while keeping your treats refined sugar free and high in important protein. The optional cacao nibs and buckwheat add an extra satisfying crunch that could be likened to a soft buttery biscuit. Get out your mixing bowl…pronto.