This recipe is high in calcium, magnesium, and iron. It also contains protein and Omega 3s. Because there is cacao in this smoothie it will do wonders for your central nervous system by helping reduce oxidative stress and can improve your mood.
A low calorie breakfast which is super easy to make!
The kind of breakfast which will keep you satiated for hours!
A meal prep breakfast which packs a flavour punch!
On a cold, rainy day I decided to whip up a pho with some carrot and pumpkin noodles. An awesome whole food variation which also packs some more micronutrients into your day.
A delicious slice that you can share with family or friends. It will store in the fridge for 3-4 days :)
If you’re using this as a meal prep option remember to keep it refrigerated or with a cold block while you’re travelling to work/wherever with it. Heaps of micronutrients and high in protein!
Either combine this all into one bowl to eat immediately, or half prep it to bring with you (and your salmon tins) to work!
Don’t forget your cooler block to take these bad boys in for lunch!
One of my favourite main meals!! This one preps really well and can be taken for lunch the next day! This tray bake will keep you full for ages with it’s fibre and protein!
It’s not often that I want something sweet, but I am definitely a cheesecake fan from way back. I decided I want to whip up some little servings that would easily fit into my macros, and because they’re only 116 kcal per cheesecake, even those with the strictest macros can probably fit one in.
The salad preps and stores well, and if you like, you can cook the falafels and pita chips fresh each time because they don’t take long at all! If you’re planning on using this as meal prep store the falafel and chips separately from the salad so that you can reheat them without heating up the salad.
Turkey and cranberry is a pretty well-known flavour combo! And I wanted to put it together into a wrap for a fast dinner or lunch option.
A delicious dinner that’s easy to prep for multiple people (or to leave some leftover salad for yourself the next day).
Dinner doesn’t have to take forever! Whip up this filling low carb beef noodle bowl in under 30 minutes! This dish is a great way to get some extra veg into your day without it being too much fuss.
Every now and again I like to whip up a batch of home made almond milk. I wish I could do this all the time, but alas, I cannot keep up with how much Mitch needs hahah. It’s a great alternative over store bought, where ‘almonds’ themselves are so low in the ingredients list.
I created this recipe purely because I got a new Garlic and Rosemary Olive Oil I wanted to try. I wanted to put it with something that wouldn't require me to cook it so I could experience the full flavour.
So you want a sweet breakfast, but aren’t sure how to get one with a little bit of protein in it? Let’s make some quinoa porridge!
If you’re after a warming chicken dish, this is the one for you. Macro-wise it works so well for after training.
Because I so frequently upload meal prep videos I thought it’d be easy if I place all the instructions / macros etc for this latest one in one place! Watch the video here.