Give this easy and quick french toast recipe a try if you're looking for a healthier brunch item!
Do you love chocolate? Yeah, me too. But I also don't love buying chocolate and seeing sugar as the first listed ingredient. Apart from that, it always feels great to make something completely from scratch. Have you ever tried making your own chocolate? If not, give this recipe a try and let me know what you think!
Want a post workout high protein snack that's easy quick to make and tastes amazing? Give this recipe a try!
If you love the sour cream and chive flavour as much as I do but would like a lighter version of it, give this recipe a try!
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!
This is one of my dad's Persian recipes, and it's one of my favourite dips ever! You can have it with rice dishes, bread or even vegetable sticks, and it's very easy to make.
Do you ever buy too many apples and end up not knowing what to do with them? Or do you, like me, just love crispy snacks but would like to have healthier options? Try these 2-ingredient homemade apple chips!
Try these the next time you want to serve something fancy looking to health conscious guests!
Cookie dough is the ultimate comfort food. And it's usually high in refined sugar and refined flour. Although it's absolutely possible to enjoy treats like that occasionally and still reach your fitness goals, I've always enjoyed creating "healthified" versions of my favourite "treat" foods. Just because it's fun! The chickpeas in this recipe give you a good amount of plant based protein, and all the sweetness comes from just five fresh dates.