If you thought that something like the humble chocolate donut couldn’t be healthy then you are so wrong! These donuts are packed full of goodness with protein from the white beans, healthy fats and cacao powder. Wins all round.
This savoury porridge is a delicious winter warmer recipe, made by cooking quick oats in vegetable stock (trust me) then topping with avocado, a boiled egg and seeds. Hungry?? Go bacon, tomato, feta – whereever your heart takes you. Done in ten.
Parsnips are one of my least favourite veggies – mainly because my mum used to overcook the hell out of them and feed them to me only at Christmas – which left less room for dessert. Using them in cookies is totally okay by me though – in fact, when grated and mixed with shredded coconut, you’d never know it was in there. Parsnips are packed with vitamin C in addition to an impressive range of other micronutrients. Winning!
If your patient enough to soak these oats in milk the night before, that 5 minutes of prep makes this recipe incredibly creamy. As a sufferer of anaemia, I love to add molasses as a sweetener because it provides a dose of iron. Aside from that, it’s reminiscent of gingerbread cookies, which needs no further explanation! So, good.
How I haven’t tried making one of these before is beyond me. Think the lusciousness of velvety hot chocolate, in a thick nourishing porridge that will get you warmed up even on the coldest of mornings.
I love to start my day with a cup of matcha green tea. Giving you a morning boost with the rollercoaster of coffee, its an awesome way to get your energy and concentration levels up. Being a little bit obsessed with all matcha-related things, I whipped up these delish greenola these bars – a great morning or 3pm pick-me-up!
There’s nothing better than waking up to a hot bowl of porridge on a cold winters morning. This one is packed with immune boosting ingredients to set you up for the day ahead!! ⭐️ Aromatic chai herbs and spices keep your metabolism ticking in the cooler months. Fire up that internal heat baby!
I know y’all like ‘but porridge is sweet’, and you’d be right…until now. Oats can be enjoyed just like quinoa, rice or buckwheat in many recipes. Just because your mum used to cover them in honey, doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy them in a savoury dish too. To confuse you more, this is a breakfasty dish – but also great at lunch or as a side for dinner. Oats are a great source of soluble fibre that will keep you regular and lower cholesterol. The beta-glucan fiber found in oats helps regulate your appetite for up to 4 hours too, so you’re less likely to be snacking.
Once you make this, you’ll wonder why you haven’t been having it for years. Expect to start seeing it on restaurant menus soon! *2016 prediction*