This recipe is quite a unique one as it uses the UK’s first ever pistachio milk along with juicy berries and antioxidant packed matcha to provide a tonne of goodness!
Borna’s pistachio products are quite unique as they’re the first brand in the UK to produce non dairy milks from pistachios, it’s also rare to find pistachio butter or snacks like the rest of their range.
Pistachios have a huge number of benefits (see more below) but this range is especially suitable for those on a diet free from animal products as their milks are fortified with vitamin B12 and calcium which are often hard to get from plant based products.
Yes, you read that right!
Scones that are healthy enough and nicely balanced in macro nutrients to have after a workout, what more could you want?!
Flourless workout scones
These scones are also flourless as I’ve created these during the Covid-19 lockdown and I know many people are struggling to find flour so by using oats and grinding them into a flour (easily done in any blender/food processor) they are more accessible than standard scone flour recipes and contain more fibre than white flour versions.
Vegan protein powder can be found in many places including Boots, superdrug, Holland & Barrett, large supermarkets, Amazon or online through your favourite brands site.
This super easy and quick plant based pasta dish is a midweek dinner winner!
*Can be 2/5 day depending on the type of pasta you choose
*Can be made in under 10mins
*Full of fibre and nutrition
*Easily tailored to suit gluten or grain free diets
Healthy, fibre filled red velvet cupcakes that are also plant based and can be easily made gluten and sugar free too!
These little beauties are so easy to make and I’m sure will be greatly appreciated by anyone in your life for Valentine’s day (or any day) who likes to eat healthy or who has intolerances and would like to have a homemade treat.
Beetroot has many benefits including containing antioxidants and compounds that are heart healthy, combine this with antioxidant & magnesium rich cacao powder plus the fibre from the wholemeal flour and you’ve got yourself some healthy homemade treats. You can also take these up a level health wise by making them sugar free too meaning no blood sugar spikes and more tooth friendly.
Super healthy red velvet cupcakes
This recipe is such a great mix of complex carbs, protein and healthy fats plus it’s sugar free. The coconut & berries contribute to your 5 a day and these along with the oats pack a decent fibre punch, combine this with the antioxidants from the dark choc/cacao and you’re all set with a super healthy, well balanced breakfast.
What’s even better is that you can have this made the night before and ready to go as a quick breakfast the next morning after a workout as a good way to refuel and re-nourish your body!
This quick, comforting mushroom pasta dish is the perfect autumn/winter meal, full of spices and flavour with the creaminess coming from coconut yogurt.
Use any curry paste that you have in your fridge, they should all work just fine and to really increase your veg & fibre intake try using a legume based pasta such as chickpea, red lentil or green pea/lentil. I personally really like red lentil with this dish.
Plant based yogurt
Plant based yogurts are really easy to get hold of these days in the big supermarkets, I’ve tried a number of them ranging from M&S to Asda, with a blend of fermented non GMO soy & coconut from Asda being the cheapest at £1, as it still has some coconut in it the flavour works fine and is still quite creamy which I really like, plus doesn’t have any sugar or a tonne of thickeners/starches etc in it.