I have a largely Pescetarian diet and therefore I’m always searching for high protein alternatives to fish for a change. I love using chickpeas and after a few trial and errors i managed to come up with these yummy chickpea balls.
Muffins….one of my go to snacks that are super easy to make as it simply involves blending pretty much all of the ingredients and then baking…..voila!
When it comes to Macros, the one Macro I’ve been confused about the most is CARBS. Do you try and cut carbs or embrace them in your diet? After reading various articles and learning through other peoples experiences on places like Instagram, I’ve definitely come to the conclusion that carbs are needed to fuel that muscle gain!!
I’ve tried to summarise what I’ve read and learnt to share with you all. I’m no dietitian or nutritionist but the information I’ve pulled together has come from those exact sources.
An overnight oats recipe that like most of my recipes is packed full of protein at 40g per serving!
When your wanting something that’s low in carbs but filling for breakfast or lunch, these courgette fritters are the perfect accompaniment to eggs or a simple Greek yogurt dip and salad.
Who doesn’t love pancakes?! Especially when they are healthy. This recipe for protein pancakes is free of wheat, added sugar and made with muscle-repairing, craving busting protein. This simple recipe for protein pancakes takes minutes to prepare and is a great way to kick-start your day with a protein boost!
High Protein Plant Based Breakfast
I’m always searching for high protein substitutes to increase my intake and I love using chia seeds in my breakfasts and desserts at 20g of Protein per 100g. This amazingly healthy and delicious superfood breakfast vegan bowl is packed with Omega-3s, protein, vitamins, fibre and antioxidants.
So here it is my first blog and as promised I’m starting with this high protein tasty snack!!
This time of year there are so many tempting unhealthy treats in the office. Having something like these to snack on makes it so much easier to avoid those unhealthy temptations. Even better they are full of protein and low carb and make a great pre or post workout snack.
click At around only 140 calories per bar these brownies are ones you can eat and feel good about it