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Member Since: Dec 16, 2015


Last Posted Recipe: Oct 20, 2017

Banana Soya Milk Smoothie

This delicious banana and soya milk smoothie is healthy, easy to make and tastes divine. You only need 3 ingredients to make it and it is super flavoursome. At only 141 calories per serving and its high potassium, calcium, vitamin c, vitamin b and magnesium content – there’s no excuse not to try it. Hope you enjoy!

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Vegetarian Spiced Lentil Soup

This ultimate spiced vegetable soup is a meal in itself – it’s super filling, delicious and full of goodness. It makes a fantastic lunch or starter (but don’t have too much or you won’t make your main course). It’s packed full of healthy veggies, spices and a secret ingredient (almond butter) to tickle your tastebuds. This delicious vegetarian soup is perfect for those cold winter days, that will soon be approaching us. If you’re looking for a healthy recipe that’s fuss free and so easy it almost cooks itself, then this is definitely for you! Hope you enjoy!

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Avocado - Coconut Cream Smoothie

This delicious and creamy avocado smoothie makes such a fantastic breakfast or snack. It’s high in fibre, vitamin K, potassium and folate – and has only 166 calories per glass. We’ve used coconut cream in this recipe, which is the cream from a can of full fat coconut milk that’s been left refrigerated. If you find this recipe too creamy for you, you can also add some of the liquid from the can too. Enjoy!

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Banana - Coconut Smoothie

For a smooth start to your day try this banana and coconut smoothie. If you love thick and creamy smoothies, then this one will go down a treat. It’s really healthy too and is full of potassium, fibre, vitamin c, magnesium and folate. We’ve used coconut cream in this recipe, which is the cream from the top of a can of full fat coconut milk that has been left refrigerated. Hope you enjoy!

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Healthy Nachos With Chickpea Flour

Do you have a craving for nachos but are trying to eat healthy? Look no further! Our new and super delicious healthy nacho recipe is easy, nutritious and can be ready in under 30 minutes. These nachos are sure to become a diet staple, especially for those Netflix nights in. You can serve them as a snack with Greek yoghurt, guacamole, mashed avocado or add some kidney beans, mince or chicken and bake with nutritional yeast for a healthy meal that doesn’t taste healthy at all. They make such a fantastic, easy and healthy snack or delicious and nutritious weeknight meal. Hope you enjoy them!

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Raspberry - Coconut Thumbprint Cookies

These delicious little snacks are soft, chewy and really easy to make. They taste delicious served with a nice cup of tea. These mini biscuits are also grain free, gluten free and free from refined sugar. Hope you enjoy!

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Almond - Banana Pancakes

For those that prefer a sweet meal to start their day, these banana and almond pancakes are the perfect healthy option. We’ve developed this recipe for Fertility Road magazine, so not only is it delicious and nutritious but it’s also a fantastic way of eating yourself pregnant too. Bananas are a great food to increase fertility in women as they are a fantastic source of B vitamins, fibre, protein, folate, iron and vitamin C. Eggs are such a great source of protein and iron (which are both really important nutrients for fertility). In addition they are also a fantastic source of vitamin D. Women who struggle with fertility often suffer from a deficiency in vitamin D. Almonds are a rich source of vitamin E. They also help improve insulin resistance, which has been shown to increase fertility levels in women. The toppings on this recipe also play an important part in improving fertility. One serving per day of full fat dairy can improve fertility rates and Greek yoghurt is a delicious and calcium-rich option to increase your chances of conception. It is also rich in vitamin D and contains two times as much protein as regular yoghurt. Berries are loaded with vitamin C and folate, and are full of natural antioxidants and anti-inflammatory nutrients, which help boost both female and male fertility. So if you’re looking to enhance your chance of conception, this delicious, healthy breakfast recipe could just do the trick

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Slow Cooked Chicken Stew

Slow cookers are so great for those times when you want a fuss-free dinner, you can literally throw everything in it and leave it all day so you have a lovely wholesome meal waiting for you at tea time. We left this stew in the slow cooker for 8 hours on a low heat but if you want it ready bit sooner than that you can turn the heat up to medium and it should be ready in about 4 hours. Hope you like it

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Turkey Lettuce Boats

These healthy and delicious turkey lettuce boats are quick and easy to make and full of so much flavour. They make a great appetiser for when you’re cooking for friends and family or an equally satisfying lunch. They’re delicious, light and a great low carbohydrate recipe. We’ve served ours with a dash of Greek yoghurt and some pumpkin seeds on top.

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Sweet Potato Noodle Curry

Sweet potato noodles are our new favourite thing, and this delicious new recipe is such a tasty and nourishing meal. This coconut curry is mild, healthy and makes a great lunch or dinner. If you’re stuck for time and need to make something quick – it can be ready in under 30 minutes!

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Sea Bass With Tenderstem Broccoli

This easy to prepare and delicious lunch or dinner recipe only has 239 calories per serving, so it’s perfect for those wanting to cut the calories and lose weight. It can be ready in under 10 minutes and is full of nutrition and goodness. Hope you enjoy it!

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Lemon - Almond Slices

These gluten free slices of zesty lemon goodness really are hard to resist. They’re light, tangy and the perfect accompaniment to a nice cup of tea. To make the lemon topping you’ll need to use a brand of coconut milk that doesn’t contain emulsifiers (guar gum, carrageenan, methyl cellulose, corn starch, sodium or potassium metabisulfate) as these are chemical additives which cause the fatty and watery layers to stop separating from one another, so you won’t be able to achieve the thick creamy consistency required.

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Salmon - Asparagus Tart

We’ve created this recipe for Fertility Road magazine so it’s full of fertility boosting ingredients. It’s high in folate, zinc, selenium, vitamin E and vitamin C, making it the perfect fertility boosting lunch or dinner. Cooking to conceive has never been so easy and delicious. The base of this tart is made using ground almonds, we’ve used a food processor to mix together all the base ingredients, however it is still possible to make this recipe without it, you can also mix the ingredients by hand and still achieve the same great taste, there will just be a slightly crunchier texture.

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Oat Breakfast Cookies

These delicious breakfast cookies are no bake and really easy to make! They’re an ideal breakfast to make ahead and can last up to 5 days if stored in an air tight container. You can also freeze them too if you want to store them for longer periods of time. When shaping the cookies into balls/circles, if you find them a bit crumbly just add a bit more maple syrup or honey.

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Cottage Pie with Kale - Cauliflower Mash

This delicious cottage pie recipe is so easy to make and it tastes fantastic. It’s topped with a scrummy kale and cauliflower mash that’s bursting with nutrition and full of comforting flavours. This classic British dish makes such a great family meal and it can be ready in under 30 minutes. What are you waiting for?

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Blueberry Pudding, Jam - Custard

This scrumptious blueberry pudding, jam and custard recipe is really easy to make, is deeply satisfying and can be ready in under 30 minutes. We topped ours with fresh blueberries and some of my healthy jam http://www.mynutricounter.com/recipe-strawberry-jam/ (which went down a treat), but you could also try it a sprinkle of cinnamon or some sea buckthorn powder.

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Chocolate Banana Pops

For an easy to make snack that is perfect to have in the freezer for any sweet cravings, these delicious ice-cream banana pops are a must try. These are made with melted dark chocolate, but you could try a making a chocolate ganache with cacao and maple syrup too.

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Buckwheat Tortilla Pizza

These delicious buckwheat pizzas are super healthy and incredibly easy to make. You can use any toppings you like, but we’d really recommend using nutritional yeast if you’re after a healthy and delicious alternative to cheese. These delicious flakes of goodness are one of our must have items to add to any recipe.

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Almond Butter - Jelly Chia Pudding

Chia pudding is one of our favourite breakfasts and if you like peanut butter and jam together then this deliciously sweet almond butter and jam delight is for you. It makes a fantastic breakfast or dessert and it’s so easy to make too. We like to make ours before bed so it’s all ready for when we wake up in the morning.

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Courgette Noodle Salad

This delicious warm noodle salad makes a perfect light lunch or side salad and it only takes 10 minutes to make. The tangy lime flavour is sure to impress. This simple dish is a fantastic accompaniment for leftover roast chicken and it also tastes great with fish too.

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Sweetcorn Omelette

This delicious omelette recipe makes the perfect healthy breakfast, lunch or dinner and is a great way of using up leftover veggies. It can be served on its own or with a side salad for a more substantial main.

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Baked Fruit

Baked fruits is one of our favourite desserts, it’s super sweet, healthy and really easy to make. For this version we’ve created a sweetly spiced dessert that tastes fantastic on its own, with banana ice cream http://www.mynutricounter.com/recipe-banana-almond-ice-cream/, custard http://www.mynutricounter.com/recipe-vanilla-custard/ or on top of pancakes http://www.mynutricounter.com/?s=pancakes.

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Pea - Sweetcorn Fritters

These mini pea and sweetcorn fritters make a delicious healthy snack or breakfast which we sometimes serve with fried or poached eggs. We only ever use 1/2 teaspoon of the chilli flakes as this gives the fritters a bit of a kick, but doesn’t make them too spicy. When making these you might find that the fritters split or crack when you try to flip them over (it shouldn’t happen if you only use 1 teaspoon of the mixture). If this happens we’d recommend trying them with less mixture and making smaller fritters, this way it’s easier to flip them without breaking.

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Asparagus Fries

For a healthy and delicious alternative to fries, you’ve got to give this easy asparagus recipe a try. They make the perfect side dish to any meal, but are also great as a light snack. If you want a slightly cheesy flavour you can also add a sprinkle of nutritional yeast to the fries along with the herbs and garlic.

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Chickpea Buddha Bowl

This delicious vegan dish is perfect for when you don’t have much time. It can be ready in under 30 minutes and is a great way of using up veggies. For this dish we’ve used a mix of carrots, onion, parsnips and brussel sprouts with chickpeas and quinoa, but other veggies you could try are: cauliflower, olives, tomatoes, sweet potato, spinach or kale.

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Fried Banana with Honey - Cinnamon

If you’re looking for a healthy snack that’s sweet, delicious and super easy to make, this recipe is perfect for you. It only takes 5 minutes to make and is a great way of using up overripe bananas. You could enjoy this as a sweet, delicious breakfast with Greek yoghurt or serve with banana ice cream and fresh fruit for a super healthy dessert. It’s crispy and caramelised on the outside and deliciously soft on the inside. For this recipe it’s best to use overripe bananas as they taste sweeter.

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Prawn, Quinoa - Tangerine Salad

A light, refreshing and flavoursome salad that’s a well balanced meal nutritionally. The combination of these flavours leaves your taste buds satisfied and your body nourished. You can also prepare it the night before, if you’re struggling for time during the day.

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Courgette (Zucchini Chips) Crisps

If you’re looking for a low fat and healthy snack that’s easy to make and tastes delicious, then this recipe is perfect for you. If you have a mandolin, we’d recommend using that to slice the courgette as you want them as thin as possible to make them nice and crispy, if not you can use a knife too. You’ll know when the crisps are ready as they’ll start to curl up and harden.

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Lemon Curd Tarts

A few weeks ago we developed this delicious lemon curd recipe and have been so in love with it ever since. It’s so versatile you can eat it on toast, with salad, on scones or even in a delicious and healthy dessert tart, just like this one. Not only is this recipe super delicious, it’s also really healthy, gluten free and sugar free. When you make the lemon curd don’t worry if it’s quite lumpy, you just need to put it through a sieve to remove the lumps and you’ll have a fruity, delicious and smooth filling for your tarts.

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Plum - Raspberry Tart

This gluten-free plum and raspberry tart recipe is our new favourite dessert recipe. It’s made using an almond shortcrust pastry case that’s not only super healthy and nutritious, but the honey adds a sweet flavour to it too. It tastes far too delicious to be good for you, but it really is. When making the crust don’t be tempted to leave it too thick, about 0.5cm is as thick as we would go with it. Don’t worry about it breaking whilst baking, this should only happen if you forget to grease the baking tins and it might break as you remove the tarts. As long as the tins/cases are greased before you add the almond mixture there should be no breakages or leaks.

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Plum Trifle

These pretty little desserts are so yummy and far more nutritious than traditional trifles. With 5 layers of delicious flavours and textures, they make such a fantastic after dinner treat. The best part about these tasty treats is there’s no cooking required whatsoever, so it’s a fail safe recipe for when you have guests around. They’re also gluten free, dairy free and vegan too! Hope you enjoy!

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Banana - Almond Ice Cream

If you haven’t tried making banana ice cream (or nana nice-cream as it’s sometimes called) then you need to give it a go. It’s super delicious and really easy to make. All you need to do is freeze chopped up bananas, then blend them – We absolutely love it. Be sure to use really ripe bananas. They should be quite soft and really sweet, it’s such a great way of using up over ripe bananas too so they don’t go to waste. We’ve added a couple of ingredients to this version and we’re not disappointed with how it’s turned out, as it tastes great.

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Banana, Almond Butter - Cacao Energy Bites

These easy to make, no-bake truffle treats are so delicious and full of nutrition. They make the perfect after dinner sweet treat, and the best part about this recipe is they keep in the freezer so you can just take them out as and when you need them. We love the combination of bananas and almonds, we discovered it recently while making my new ice-cream recipe, so this sweet snack has soon become a new favourite of ours. The ingredients in this recipe are all wholesome and all have anti-aging benefits, so if you’re looking to turn back the clock this is a fail safe as it’s full of magnesium (nuts, seeds and banana) probiotics (cacao) and polyphenols (cacao). If you find it difficult to blend the dates in your food processor a good tip is to soak them in hot water for a few minutes first which should soften them.

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Smoked Salmon Salad

This delicious salmon salad recipe is super simple, really refreshing and totally delicious. It makes a fantastic easy lunch or side dish and you can even prepare it the night before and take as a grab and go lunch. For this recipe you can use fresh lemon juice instead of adding a dressing or we have a great salad dressing recipe http://www.mynutricounter.com/recipe-sesame-salad-dressing/ that complements the flavours perfectly.

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Mini Quiche Tarts

These mouth-watering quiches make such a delicious snack. We’ve made the base out of almonds and gluten free oats and the filling is eggs, sun dried tomatoes, kale and red onion with a dash of nutritional yeast. Traditional quiche is not usually a healthy option as it generally contains quite a lot of cream cheese. For this nutritious alternative we’ve substituted cream cheese for skimmed milk and used nutritional yeast to give the cheesy flavour. We’ve also used a mix of whole eggs and egg whites to help manage cholesterol levels. You can choose any fillings you like instead of the sun dried tomatoes, kale and red onion. Hope you enjoy!

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Lemon Curd

This homemade lemon curd recipe is quick, easy to make and it tastes delicious. It’s a great addition to any of our pancake recipes http://www.mynutricounter.com/?s=pancakes or our quinoa scones http://www.mynutricounter.com/quinoa-blueberry-scones/ if you like a sweet kick. When the lemon curd is ready, don’t worry if you end up with lumps in the mixture (We sometimes end up with lumps of egg or coconut oil) you can simply strain the mixture before placing it in the jar.

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