Protein bars are awesome, right? I love to have them as a quick snack, especially as I'm strength training on a regular basis. Unfortunately, the are also pretty expensive and often have ingredients that aren't absolutely necessary. These homemade vanilla cookie dough flavoured protein bars have only six ingredients, are easy and quick to make and taste amazing. Give them a try and let me know what you think!
It's autumn, which means it's pumpkin spice latte season! If you'd like to enjoy this seasonal treat, but without all the added syrup, try this healthier, lower sugar and protein packed version!
Popcorn is a classic movie snack that always works, right? However, with microwave popcorn or other store bought versions, we can never be sure what we're getting. If you want to make popcorn at home with only two ingredients, try the recipe below!
Chai lattes are the ultimate comfort drink for me. The warm flavour of the spices combined with milk and a little bit of sweetness can even make the worst days just a little bit better. Because we don't always have the time to go to coffee shops that serve them, and because most of the store bought instant powders contain way more sugar than necessary, I decided to create this healthier homemade version with matcha.
Who doesn't like hummus? It's quick, delicious, versatile and goes with several dishes. Served with bread or vegetable sticks, it's perfect for a quick snack, and it's always a crowd pleaser at parties. Unfortunately, store bought hummus often comes with several unnecessary and unhealthy ingredients. Many times, there's even added sugar in it! If you'd like a healthier version, try this recipe. You'll have healthy home made hummus in just five minutes!
Do you like warming, wintery flavours in your drinks or food? Are you a fan of chai lattes? Then try this homemade chai spice mix so you can make your own!
These protein pancake squares with matcha make for a great Sunday breakfast. They're easy and quick to make and can even be prepared the day before.
Turns out lavender is not only great in cosmetics, but can also be used for cooking (or smoothies in this case). When you try this, just make sure to use lavender that's specifically marked for consumption! This smoothie is more refreshing than sweet, but if you prefer it a little bit sweeter, you can add some honey.
Do you want to make a quick, healthy and delicious smoothie that does not require any crazy ingredients? Look no further! This smoothie uses ingredients that you likely already have at home, and if not, you can easily get them at any grocery shop.
While traditional store bought ketchup is usually full of added, refined sugar, this homemade version is not. And it takes only 2 minutes to make!