So as promised, I said I would share my new meal plan with you all! Over the next few months I am cleaning up my diet due to my wedding being in September (EKKKKK so close). Its my passion to recreate those not so healthy meals and make them healthier, your waist line will love it. So this challenge won;t be to hard for me if i can get creative with my food.
Last night I had chicken breast, sweet potato and broccoli on the menu. Hmmmm its not that I don’t love these foods, its just I wanted to come home to a something a little more inviting after getting my but kicked at HIIT AUSTRALIA.
So I came up with a Clean Chicken Palmy and Chips idea. It also fit my macros! BONUS!
140g organic breast
3 tbsp organic basil and oregano tin tomatoes
1 tbsp organic cottage cheese
30g organic sliced ham
140g home cooked sweet potato sliced into chips
Unlimited broccoli and greens to serve
- Cook chicken breast in the oven ( I used a webber).
- Once cooked, top chicken with tomatoes, sliced ham and cottage cheese.
- Place the topped chicken breast under the grill for 2 minutes.
- Serve with cooked sweet potato chips, I just steamed them, then cooked in the air fryer for 15minutes.
- Steam Broccoli and greens and serve.
I look forward to sharing more recipes like this with you either here on my blog or on my Instagram page @aliceinhealthyland.
The team nutraorganics made my Peanut butter & Vanilla bark and featured it in their website. Feeling honoured.
Recipe is as followed..
Mix 3 tbsp @h2coco organic oil, 2 tbsp peanut butter, 1 tsp organic honey. Melt.
Mix in 1 serving of vanilla protein ( I used @nutraorganics vanilla)
Add your mix ins – 2 tbsp of your favourite granola or mixed nuts or even just berries.
Allow to freeze for 15minutes.
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Today Cruz and I went on a picnic with other new mummies and their little bubs.
I always love catch ups with other mummas, as you can relate to them. I always leave the play dates feeling confident about motherhood and you know you are not alone. We are in this together. I love watching our babies grow together as well! Every week they are ticking off little milestones. Such clever babies. It’s a little heart breaking seeing some of them teething.
We had a healthy morning tea, chatted and took our babes for a swim.
Thank you for the photos Lauren from Hunter and Rose Lifestyle so lucky we have you to snap these happy memories.
I made these, healthy, organic banana muffins.
The recipe is as followed..
250g organic oats, 5 tbsp coconut flour, 2 eggs, 1tsp cinnamon, 1tsp vanilla essence, 3 tbsp coconut oil, 1 tbsp peanut butter, 1 chopped banana.
You can add a scoop of vanilla protein if you wish.
Blend all ingredients.
Preheat oven to 180degrees.
Scoop into mini muffin trays.
Makes about 8-10 cakes.
Cook for 30-40min depending on the oven.
Because I have cravings.
3 tbsp organic coconut oil, 2 tbsp organic peanut butter, 1 tbsp Manuka honey. (Or whatever honey you want to use).
3 tbsp mixed granola (I use the.milk.pantry as I am using it to increase my supply for feeding). 2 X tbsp organic cacao.
Place in freezer to cool and go hard. Enjoy responsibly 😂🙈.
The gorgeous @elleroseschoe made my breakfast loaf.. She added chia seeds, raspberries and coconut to the mix.. 250g uncontaminated oats or quinoa flakes
100g of vanilla protein powder of choice. (If don’t want to use a protein powder use 100g almond meal, vanilla essence and an apple)
2 organic eggs
50-100mls of coconut water
Blend all together, pour into a loaf tin.
Mix in 200g blueberries or 2 bananas or mixed berries or any fruit you wish
Bake on 180degrees for 35-40min.
Top with your favourite superfoods – chia seeds, pepitas, nuts, coconut OPTIONAL
Serves 5. Can freeze.