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A great pick me up after a busy day, or as a pre-training or recovery snack. High in carbs and energy.
Gluten free, dairy free pancakes, a great way to start your day
Sweet potato roasties are great with a meal or as leftover, both hot and cold. Try these tasty sweet potatoes, and even mix in some pumpkin, swede, and carrot to add more flavour and different textures.
High energy, high protein bliss balls are a quick and easy snack that will satisfy you when you are busy and need to eat on the go. Try these easy to make delicious recipes that will quickly become a regular favourite in your house.
It doesn't have to be winter to enjoy this hearty, tasty pumpkin soup. It is smooth and creamy with a coconut flavour and heat from the curry to provide a satisfying soup.
Lentils are a great source of protein, vitamins, minerals and fibre. These easy to make lentil patties provide an alternative burger for those who want to try and eat more sustainably.
Try this easy to make hearty muesli that all members of the family will enjoy. Loaded with nuts, seeds and oats to provide protein, carbs and fibre. Serve with milk, yoghurt and fruit for extra energy.
Pumpkin Pie is an American thanksgiving favourite. The recipe is super easy to make and is a great use of pumpkin (when in season). Try this delicous pie recipe and serve with creamy greek yoghurt, or whipped cream for a treat.
Chili is usually made with beef mince, however this vegan recipe is a satisfying twist on an old favourite. This recipe is spicy and delcious, and can be served with rice, tacos, nachos, spaghetti, pasta, baked potatoes....the list is endless.
After a workout it is important to consume some protein for muscle recovery and repair. This recipe ticks all the boxes for essential amino acids, protein, vitamins, minerals and fibre.
Most families enjoy a good macaroni and cheese. This recipe adds a twist with cauliflower added as crumbs to the cheese sauce which slightly alters the taste but not the texture of this family favourite.
Its easy to make beef nachos, but much more fun to add all your veggies into the mixture also. This dish is perfect for fussy eaters who like mince but not the veggies. You can load this mixture up with veggies and the kids won't even notice!
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