Recipes

Zucchini & Carrot FrittersBy karen@myhealthylife.meThese fritters are tasty and tick all the boxes for me - protein, veggies and fat portions. It is a very filling snack option or a great meal.
Caramelised Red Onion, Rocket and Goat’s Cheese WrapsBy karen@myhealthylife.meThese tasty little morsels are an Amber light food - Eat Some. I've been making these for years whenever I've wanted to take a plate of food somewhere and they are always a 'hit'. A healthier option than sausage, or cheese rolls which are definitely in the Red light category. Enjoy! 😋
Beetroot Hummus – new and improved recipe!By karen@myhealthylife.meThis quick beetroot hummus recipe is new and improved. I've included chickpeas and Greek yoghurt which add a more creamy consistency and protein sources. It still maintains a refreshing, tangy flavour, and is delicious eaten as a snack or an accompaniment to a salad. A few rainbow colours are covered when eating this with veggies!
Baked Oatmeal Cups(4 varieties)By karen@myhealthylife.meKeep these baked oatmeal cups in your fridge or freezer for an easy, healthy breakfast! They also make a great snack. There are four different flavour options so you’ll never get bored. They can easily be adapted for a Vegan or gluten-free diet. Each recipe option makes 12 portions (picture is of the Blueberry Almond Oatmeal Cups)
Baba GanoushBy karen@myhealthylife.meThis 5-ingredient Baba Ganoush doesn’t require a grill or gas stove. This new method saves you time and energy and is JUST as delicious as the original.😋
Seed CrackersBy karen@myhealthylife.meVery healthy, super crispy seed crackers and tasty too! They make a great snack and are full of pumpkin, sunflower, sesame, and chia seeds. My family loves them with soup or as an alternative to crisps!
Pumpkin HummusBy karen@myhealthylife.meTry something a little different. Delicious, tasty, and quick to make.
High Protein Chia PuddingBy karen@myhealthylife.meThis is a quick and tasty alternative to overnight oats as it only takes an hour to set. It makes a great breakfast or a delicious sweet snack. It lasts for 5 days in the fridge and can be stored in the freezer for several weeks.
PopcornBy karen@myhealthylife.meThis is a healthy way to cook popcorn. We often forget about popcorn but it does make a good substitute for crackers or crisps and even better it's 100% wholegrain and gluten-free!
Healthy Apple & Cinnamon muffinsBy karen@myhealthylife.meThese Healthy Apple Cinnamon Muffins are moist, fluffy, and tasty. They are made healthier with whole wheat flour, Greek yogurt, and contain no butter or refined sugar!
Homemade SalsaBy karen@myhealthylife.meVery tasty. Quick and Easy to make. Not only is it delicious served with veggie sticks but is also a healthy tomato sauce substitute
Avocado Chocolate MousseBy karen@myhealthylife.meThis secretly healthy chocolate avocado mousse will take you completely by surprise.
Muffin in a CupBy karen@myhealthylife.meThis is tasty and very quick to make. It can be used as a 'breakfast on the go' or a delicious snack.
Banana Ice Cream (one ingredient)By karen@myhealthylife.meWords can't describe this ice cream. It is absolutely amazing and so delicious. It's a really great way to use those bananas that are over-ripe and past eating. Instead of throwing them out, freeze them to make ice cream.
Irresistible Roasted Red Pepper HummusBy karen@myhealthylife.meThis recipe is made with red bell peppers, chickpeas, garlic, and tahini. It is simple to make and tastes so much better than any store-bought hummus.
Hummus (Regular)By karen@myhealthylife.meThis is a super quick and easy recipe. I really like it as the added mint makes it really flavoursome.
Raspberry Bliss BallsBy karen@myhealthylife.meThese are another version of an energy ball. The raspberries provide a delicious bite and the dates provide some sweetness.
Healthier ANZAC BiscuitsBy karen@myhealthylife.meNew Improved Recipe! These are a healthier version of the biscuits that wives and mothers sent to their husbands and sons serving in the Australian & New Zealand Army Corps. (ANZAC) during the First World War. Hence they were been given the name Anzac biscuits.
No-Bake Energy BitesBy karen@myhealthylife.meA perfectly portioned healthy snack that’s portable and delicious.

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