3 sexy ways to do coffee.

Mmmmmmm yes coffee you sexy, delicious thing you. Okay so I am not really that obsessed I don’t drink it allll day long. But I do enjoy one maybe once every two days and when I have it, I destroy it and it makes me do magical things. So do we have to just drink it to get its magical powers? No!! Coffee is just as sexy in foods too. 

Getting creatitive in the kitchen doesn’t have to be slavibg away for 3hrs per recipe either, you would need a few coffees to survive if you had to last that long though. 

So I have come up with 3 simple recipes that’s will get you jumping for joy when you eat them. 


Creamy Coconut Coffee Hits!

Ingredients 

1/2 cup coconut yogurt 

1 shot of coffee

2 full tablespoons of chia seeds

1 tablespoon of rice malt syrup

Method 

1. In a bowl mix the coconut yogurt, shot if coffee, rice malt syrup & chia seeds. 

2. Spoon mixture into mini moulds (these are from Kmart). 

3. Place in freezer for at least 1hr before consuming.

Makes 5 small servings.

Coffee Choc Little Bites

Ingredients

1 cup oats

2 shots of coffee

1 organic egg

1 tablespoon rice malt syrup or sweeter of choice

3 tbsp cacao

100mls of almond milk or milk or choice

1/2 banana

Method

1. Place all ingredients in a blender andblend until   like a cake batter.

2. Pour into moulds or muffin tray.

3. Place in a preheated oven of 180degrees and bake for 15-20minutes until cooked.

4. Enjoy warm or cool. Can freeze for later. 

Makes 12 small or 6 large muffins. 

Coffee Vanilla Smoothie 

Ingredients 

1 frozen banana

30g vanilla protein

1/2 cup ice chips

2 shots coffee

1 teaspoon rice malt syrup or sweeter of choice

Method

1. Place all ingredients into a blender and blend until like a frappe consistency. 

2. Pour into a glass and enjoy immediately.

Serves 2 for a snack or 1 for a meal (can add 30g oats for a meal). 

Little Banana Bites 

I often walk through the supermarket checking out what they have to offer, what’s new in store, what can I give my son and myself for lunchbox snacks.
Everytime I thought I found something that would be good for us, I turned it over to read the nutrients and it would be high sugar, high sodium or would have an ingredient I couldn’t even pronounce in it.

DO WE REALLY WANT TO PUT THAT IN OUR BODIES OR OUR CHILDREN’S BODIES?

Even a lot of baby foods were high in these ingredients! It’s crazy.

I decided this week to create a mini lunch box snack that I used to enjoy when I was in primary school “little bites” for Cruzies lunch box. I’m sure I wouldn’t mind them in mine either!

Continue reading “Little Banana Bites “

Little mashies – yogurt and fruit bubba snacks. 


I decided to prep some yogurt and fruit/veg for Cruzie. I think it would also be a great idea for adults to have as a snack or a quick breakie on the go. 
I’m always looking for new lunch box ideas. I’ve noticed that supermarkets have been selling alot of children’s pre made snacks, juices, meals and yogurts in these pouches. 
So many of them are so so high in sugar. Some higher that cans of coke and they have 4 health stars? How can they do that? Trucking so many people into thinking these products are healthy. 
From my own research I have seen that sugar is an addiction that so many of us want to break. I don’t want to pass this on to our children. I want to start good habits. 
Here are 3 quick easy recipes for either yourself or your child to add to the lunchbox. 

Apple Bircher 

1/2 Apple steamed

20g frozen spinach

Pinch of cinnamon

Blend the above ingredients in a blender.

Spoon in the mixture into the pouch. 

Then add a layer of 2 tbsp coconut or full fat Greek yogurt to the pouch. 

Can add a layer of organic oats soaked in coconut water. 


Berry blitz yogurt

30g blueberries 

3 large strawberries

1/2 a steamed Apple

30mls coconut water

Cinnamon

Blend the above ingredients in a blender.

Spoon in the mixture into the pouch. 
Then add a layer of 2 tbsp coconut or full fat Greek yogurt to the pouch.


Green yogurt smoothie

30g baby spinach

1/2 Apple steamed

Cinnamon

1/4 steam zucchini

1/2 steamed pear

Blend the above ingredients in a blender.

Spoon in the mixture into the pouch. 

Then add a layer of 2 tbsp coconut or full fat Greek yogurt to the pouch.


You can enjoy all of these straight from the fridge and can leave in fridge for up to 48hrs. Can freeze too and get out when you need! 

Hope you enjoy these super quick recipes. 

I brought these pouches from LITTLE MASHIES online. 

Instagram – @littlemashies

Big love, 

Alice xoxo

Instagram – @aliceinhealthyland
NOTE – always consult your doctor, midwife before starting your child on solids. 

Living clean 4 $1o a day or $50 in 5days. 

Hi everyone, 

So this is my $50 haul for my food from Monday to Friday. So $10 a day. I actually could not believe how quick my money went. But I do love a challenge. 

The rules are over on my previous blog post  LIVING CLEAN FOR $10 A DAY

Food was purchased from Woolworths and a Fruit and Veg Barn. 

I spent 39.40 in Woolworths and 10.10 at the Barn. 

Total- $49.50 for all this. 

I can use whatever veg or herbs I have growing in the garden (I will tell you what I get from the garden as per recipe) as this challenge is about minimising wastage of food and saving $$.


 I first looked at organic food but f#%k my bill was over $120 easy. 

Goodbye eating at healthy cafes and hopefully hello $. Im not allowed free handouts either. 

Wish me luck. 

Staring Monday 4th July 2016

The shopping haul

Sunday 3rd July 2016

So I’m meal planning, and pre prepping some of foods to make life a bit easier time wise for my #livingclean410aday or #50in5days challenge. 

I have decided to include Cruz and my meals in this cost price too. I didn’t include Dave as he is on a challenge.

All my shopping I completed yesterday. 

The prep I have completed so far is 

🌟 I pre spirilised a large zucchini.

🌟 pre cooked 300g brown rice in the cooker for the next 3 days.

🌟 I cooked the 500g of heart smart mince with 1 tin of basil and oregano tin tomatoes and separated into a meal for tomorrow for Cruz and I. 


🌟I then put the remaining 2 servings of mince for us both in the freezer for a different recipe.

 🌟 I picked the kale and spinach leaves from the garden. 

fruit & veggie patch


This is plated up for lunch for Cruz and I for tomorrow. 

Healthy Spag Bowl with Zoodles

Recipe for the Bolognese 

150g heart smart brown mince

1/4 garlic

1/4 of the tin of basil and oregano organic tin tomatos

1/2 large zucchini shredded or spirilised.

1 tbsp cottage cheese.

1. Brown mince in the pan until cooked (about 10mim)

2. Mix in garlic and tin tomatoes. Allow to simmer for another 10minutes.

3. Spirilise or grate the zucchini.

4. Serve mince on top of Zoodles (cooked or raw), top with cottage cheese.

Note – this serves Cruz (my baby) and myself.

You can double, or triple the recipe depending on how many servings you wish to make.

I sprinkled a little sea salt on mine.



I look forward to sharing this challenge with you. 

Thank you for reading.

#showmehowyouhealthy

Alice xoxo 

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Living Clean for $10 a day.



I feel like I have been doing a few big food shops of late, then at the end of the week I am chucking food out. I have been thinking of ways I can cut down on wastage in my everyday life (thank you to my good friend Rachelle, the editor of Maximizer Magazine for inspiring me).

I LOVE coffee to, but I only ever buy one as a treat when I go out, nothing wrong with that but I am trying to save money. So I probably wont be able to afford a coffee, since I am only budgeting $10 a day on food and drink. So goodbye soy lattes and hello to homemade coffee (only for a week ekkkk haha).

$10 a day sounds easy right? I actually think this is going to be a big challenge. I added up my weekly costs for 5 days, this includes, food at home and at cafes, protein powders, superfoods, coffees, teas etc. it was a whoping $146 one week and $138 the next I was spending. This was calculated on a  Monday and Friday basis over the past 2 weeks.

So the rules…

  • Maximum of $10 to spend of food and drinks on a daily basis.
  • $50 over 5 days budget.
  • I will have to include food or drink supplements in the total cost.
  • Can buy from farmers markets or the super market.
  • Can use foods from the veggie/fruit patch and the herb garden at home, not included in the daily cost.
  • Can use any spices in the pantry, however not allowed to buy any more.
  • This is just for myself, no other family member.
  • Will update at least 4 times on the blog and daily on my Instagram & Facebook, my food posts and proof.
  • Will snapchat evidence every meal and state the total cost.

 

Wish me luck everyone.

I look forward to hearing your thoughts.

Big love,

Alice xoxo

 

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