I think it’s safe to say that I may not be the only one who feels that it’s quite hard to find healthy low-calorie snacks for weight loss that taste as amazing as they look. For this reason, when I come across some of the few tastiest healthy snacks like this chia seed pudding, I look for recipes or ways that I can make them.
I know we have different ideas of a perfect world, the best healthy breakfast, and of course, perfect healthy snacks. In my version of a perfect world, I want to have a yummy banana split breakfast without all the 10 million calories.
Wouldn’t you agree that my dream is delightful and achievable?
2020 taught us so many life lessons. Some good, others bad. My family learned a lot from being stuck at home with limited supplies. We learned how to make all types of bread, including this seeded bread recipe.
While most people were and are still sharing old family bread recipes, I’m here sharing my 15-year-old daughter’s recipe! Like that’s how out of the ordinary things got for us. Yes, the bread-making recipes in this case have been handed down the other way round.
On warm and sunny days, nothing beats the taste of a light salad. If you aren’t particularly fond of creamy salads, you will find this healthy tuna salad recipe without mayo, delightful.
When I first tried out spicy roasted chickpeas, I said to myself, now, here is a high protein snack that doesn’t compromise on taste, and leaves me full and satisfied. I was overjoyed, still am. Now, I would like to pass on this to you and, I’m pretty sure you’ll appreciate roasted chickpeas as much as my whole family does.
Yes, this old fashioned oatmeal cookies recipe is so good that you can use healthy and cookies in the same sentence! As we might all know, not all cookies bad.
Most store-bought cookies have a bad rap because of the high amounts of refined and fructose sugars, hydrogenated fats and additives such as MSG, artificial sweeteners, artificial sweeteners and corn syrup.
Let’s get straight into it. Healthy oatmeal bars make such an amazing substitute for traditional breakfast when you are on the go, or just need a delicious healthy snack.
When it comes to healthy snacks in my home, I always know when a recipe is a hit on miss based on the reaction I get from my teen girls. We (make that they) have tossed aside lots of healthy recipes because they would rather reach for the cookie jar than have second helpings.
So, this is what made me learn how to make homemade dark chocolate. I normally like planning ahead of time especially when I am following a healthy eating plan.
For me to consistently eat clean, I have to plan my breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks a week in advance, so that I don’t end up snacking mindlessly.
Like most people, I enjoy a healthy homemade lemonade on a hot summer’s day, and whenever I can, I add a twist to the traditional lemonade recipe. Two summers ago, I attended an event hosted by a wellness brand, and among the foods and drinks we sampled, was this amazing turmeric lemonade.
I have quite a strange relationship with bananas. Most of the time, my tummy can’t handle raw bananas. Usually, when I eat raw bananas, I either have belly bloat or cramps. I love bananas but, the only way my body can tolerate them is if they are cooked. This is why I have refined this healthy moist banana bread recipe as it is one of the few banana pleasures I can freely indulge in.