Choc banana protein bar

A protein bar without the preservatives.

A protein bar without the preservatives.

If you’re looking for a healthy take on a protein bar/loaf this may be the one! I made this this morning and it turned out delicious. Mourish, filling and crunchy on top! If you don’t have much meat in your diet like me this is one way to get a nice little protein hit on the run. You can pop these in the freezer for later.
Choc banana protein bar
Ingredients
1 cup LSA (linsees, sunflower + almond meal)
2 scoops RAW rice protein powder
1 beaten egg
1 cup almond milk
1/3 cup cocoa + almond spread, or any nut spread
1/2 mashed banana
1/4 cup almonds
1 Tbls cocoa
2 Tbls cinnamon
2 Tbls chia seeds
1/2 tsp baking soda
1/2 tsp baking powder
1 tsp vanilla essence
2 Tbls honey

Method
1. Mix all ingredients in a Vitamix/food processor.
2. Spread into baking tin and bake for 20-25mins 200 degrees.
3. Once cool cut into squares. I had mine with greek yoghurt and shaved coconut flakes!
Method

Pea, corn + zucchini frittata

Minimal preparation time. Pop in the oven and get to the to-do list.

Minimal preparation time. Pop in the oven and get to the to-do list.

Something quick, easy and very healthy to start the week after a long weekend of indulging!

Pea, corn + zucchini frittata
Ingredients
2 large zucchini’s, grated
1 cup peas + corn (I used the frozen type)
1 cup almond meal
2 large free-range eggs
2 Tbls coconut oil
Salt + pepper
(If mixture is too wet add more almond meal or if too dry add more coco oil. You can add 1/2 cup of some good quality grated cheese to this recipe if you like.)

Method
1. Throw everything in a large mixing bowl and stir through well.
2. Pour in baking pan and bake approx 40mins 180 degrees.
3. Let cool before serving. Enjoy with a smile.