Two vegetables that have taken over the food blogging world?! You’ll probably think of courgette (zucchini) and Cauliflower. Rightly so as these two vegetables work in just about anything and they certainly work together in this delicious gluten free pizza base which is only 260 calories and contains 26g Protein in the base alone!
Need a standout taco recipe for #tacotuesday? With these fish and avocado tacos on the menu, you’ll want to have one (or three) every night.
Simple, super green smoothie bowl with customizable toppings! The easiest and healthiest way to turn a smoothie into a meal!
Tasting great and and bringing a vibrant purple to your plate, these beetroot & feta burgers will make the perfect lunch or dinner. A quick and easy recipe for a hearty veggie burger with a perfect bite!
This simple vegetarian recipe; sweet potato and goats cheese fritters are perfect on their own, with a salad for lunch or how I’ve pictured with the ultimate egg and smoked salmon combo. Along with being vegetarian, these fritters are both gluten free and high in protein.
If your like me and love a good burger but don’t quite want all the calories and fat of a regular burger then these healthy lean turkey burgers are the one for you….. and theres certainly no compromise on flavour.
So i thought i would share with you all some of my favourite smoothies. Smoothies are such a great way to get in fruit and vegetables and when combined with a protein source they provide a great balance of macros. The best thing about smoothies is you can generally just see what you have in your cupboard and throw them in there. I tend to have a few key staples which you’ll see throughout my recipes.
Fancy a quick and easy vegetarian meal that can be whipped up in 15 minutes? Then this recipe is the one for you. If you’ve got the pre-misconception that tofu is bland then you definitely need to try this and I promise you won’t look back!
This is one of my go to meals when I’m in the mood for a vegetarian dish that is still packed with protein. Black beans are one of the highest beans in Protein and regardless of that they are so versatile and can be used in so many ways.. fritters being one of my favourite! A serving of these fritters provides 17g Protein.
Who doesn’t love pizza right?! However the high calories and fat found in supermarket pizzas isn’t the healthiest or macro friendly. This recipe however is exactly that!