Hope you are all fabulous and having an amazing week. I cannot believe we are approaching the end of the month, time is going super speedy fast. I’ve set up camp in the library for the week as I approach final exams. Revision and studying always leads to continuously rewarding myself with food – usually copious amounts of chocolate. So, today’s post I attempt to find a healthy chocolate alternative.
Cocoa, the main ingredient of chocolate, isn’t actually that bad for us and does in fact hold a number of health benefits. Rather, the sugar and dairy added to the cocoa creates a high fat and calorie sweet treat.
It’s that time again! Hope you have all had a fabulous week 🙂
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I made these burgers over the weekend and they were divine, if I do say myself! They are also super quick and easy to make and I served them with all the trimmings. I’d advice leaving out the Corona and bread bun if you want a healthier version, but nevertheless they are a lot more nutritious then your Big Mac.
Today’s post is little different and rather than my usual recipe post, I wanted to let you know about my attitude to health. When I think about health, I think more than the body but the importance of your mind as well, which I discuss throughout this post. Before you go any further, I don’t intend to offend or upset anyone, but this is simply my opinion from my own experiences.
Woo hoo it’s hump day! Half way through the week, we’re almost there. I also want to say thank you for all the positive feedback I have already about Fi Fi’s Skinny Munch. If anyone has any requests or questions, please feel free to hola…
Sundays are made for rest. So why am I procrastinating from writing an assignment with a tender head.
However, as it’s Sunday, we all deserve some foodie treats! I discovered this healthy pancake recipe after this year pancake day and it sure is a tasty breakfast. And most importantly, it’s the best kind of breakfast for a weekend.
Quinoa (pronounced KEEN-wah!) is one of the super foods that I cannot get enough of. There are so many benefits of this super food and so diverse that you can eat either sweet or savoury and either cold or warm, depending on what ingredients you add. Quinoa is available in most health food stores and most major supermarkets retail it now at around £1.60.
Merry Sunday! Hope you have all had a glorious weekend and are refreshed ready for the week ahead.
My post today is stuffed and roasted butternut squash. A classic Sunday dinner, right? I enjoy this dish, as only a few ingredients are required and it is so simple to make.