This is a really easy and satisfying breakfast that will keep you full until lunchtime. The low carbohydrate, protein-rich quinoa is a great alternative to oat-based cereals. Make this in advance and have to hand in the morning. It will provide the perfect boost to kickstart your metabolism.
This makes for a really quick and easy summer lunch. Serve with some warmed crunchy multi seed bread and extra virgin olive oil to dip. 23g Protein.
This is a deliciously creamy and healthy snack. It has amazing colour and the lemon, garlic, olive oil and spices work beautifully to temper the beetroot. Nutritionally, it’s a good source of folate, phytoestrogens, nitrates and fibre.
I fell in love with this granola at the Swallow Bakery in Cheltenham recently. It was served with poached berries, yoghurt and honey. It’s incredibly easy to make, really delicious and an excellent way of incorporating fibre into your diet. Making granola at home gives you so much more control over ingredients such as sugars and fats and the process fills the kitchen with the most divine aroma!