I've recently become so obsessed with using pasta alternatives such as edamame or black bean spaghetti! I prefer it to whole wheat spaghetti, as it actually offers nutritional benefits such as 22g of protein per 50g (amazing!) plus it's also lower in carbohydrates, with only 16g per 100g. Also, it is gluten-free, vegan, and a great source of… Continue reading Edamame Pasta Dish
If you couldn't tell already from my Instagram page, I am OBSESSED with Quorn. I think they offer such as a large variety of meat-free substitutes, that it makes it so much easier to stop/reduce your meat consumption.Whenever I talk to people about cooking with Quorn, they're always a bit skeptical. So this blog post is for those of you who are unsure as to… Continue reading Cooking with Quorn
Although very appetizing, Buddha bowls can be super expensive. So I've created this budget-friendly bowl so you can Buddha until your heart's content 😉 Buddha bowls are all about the combination of lots of wholesome ingredients, giving you a dish with texture, colour, and flavour - and that's what I love most about them. The main ingredients… Continue reading Buddha Bowl
The recipe for my tasty vegan lemon pancakes, using simple and healthy ingredients.
These french toast waffles make a great hassle-free weekend breakfast, why not give them a go?
Despite the title...this is actually a healthy, high-protein, yummy alternative. I love baking, however recently I haven't been able to bake as much as I would have like to, what with uni and work keeping me busy. However, no matter how busy I am, I can always spare some time to make this treat. Also, it's a great… Continue reading Chocolate & Salted Caramel Banana Bread
The recipe for my go-to weekend breakfast: Chocolate orange pancakes...give them a go!
My tried and tested budget-friendly tips to keep you eating healthy, and feeling great at uni.