If you're looking for a brekkie you can make in bulk and re-heat during the week, this pancake is your ticket! It's from my 'Stace's Quick & Healthy Breakfasts' recipe eBook. It has a whole section of 'Make in bulk recipes' just like this one.
Quick, gluten-free and dairy-free sandwich wraps that are perfect for the kids lunchboxes. They don't break and freeze brilliantly or will even last 4-5 days in the fridge, in a good airtight container. They freeze really well too, I just pop them in a batch of 5 to freeze. The recipe for this one comes from Stace's Quick & Healthy Breakfasts' eBook.' It's full of quick, make-in-bulk recipes that will see you through days of healthy breakfasts (and lunches!) Grab a copy today.
If you're like me, you love a slow cooker meal that is more than just meat. I want it to have a bunch of veg, ideally some great carbs and have the ability to be made in to multiple meals. This one-pot slow cooker Mexican beef is one of the most popular recipes from my 4-Week Slow Cooker Meal Plan. You can join and start the very same week here. Over 300 Mummas have done this course and LOVED it.
My babes LOVE smoothies for brekkie and truth is, I love the speed of them too. Everything in the blender and a few minutes later they're ready to go and we can all get out the door. The team at Rafferty's Garden asked me to create a yummy smoothie with their products and I just had to grab the watermelon option, it is SO YUMMY. Be sure to give it a try and if you're looking for some more great recipes for little ones, be sure to pop over to their recipe website. This post was in collaboration with Rafferty’s Garden.
A few weeks back I went to a ‘degustation’ meal held by Weight Watchers. Stay with me here...I was sceptical because I am really against demonising foods, counting calories and eating ‘low fat’ foods, everything I thought them to be about. But I was surprised with this ‘No Count Option’ approach which can be good for overall health and losing weight because it doesn’t involve counting, measuring or weighing foods. It’s just about eating real food. Here's the thing, I put food on the table by being a one-on-one Health Coach for mummas, for me that personal way of learning is best, but I would be silly to think that my coaching is the only way every mumma can improve their health and lose a few kilos, it’s just not. Some people really benefit from group programs, and I say props to Weight Watchers for creating that and having a real, yummy and nutritious foods list that doesn't restrict you to ‘how many’ mouthfuls you can consume and uses real food to fuel the body. So I thought I’d whip up a yummy, wholesome family dessert using foods on their healthy food list; a delicious apple crumble with hidden veg. Note: This is a sponsored post for Weight Watchers 'No Count' option, you can check out more details on the plan here.