Use the recipe HERE with a side of honey carrots!; the simplest, and my favourite, way to cook carrots.
Dessert – Sweet Yogurt
Once you are out of your home made treat (or are just over it and need something different), try some of your Greek yogurt with honey, cinnamon and banana; one of my favourites. Keep cinnamon in mind as it is a great natural sweetener and has some SURPRISING HEALTH BENEFITS.
Combine spinach, red grapes: halved, sunflower seeds, and fresh chopped thyme in a large bowl. Drizzle a mixture of 1T vinegar, 1 teaspoons honey, 2 teaspoons of Extra Virgin Olive oil, 1/2 teaspoon seeded mustard & a pinch of salt and pepper over the top.
Snack – 1 boiled egg & Green Tea
Dinner – Kale, potato & beef soup
See recipe HERE (NB: I halved the recipe which made 2 servings, I made my own chicken stock (see Day 4 for recipe) added salt to taste and i removed the beets as i loathe them).
Make these the night before and heat them up in the morning (or even for dessert!), they taste great!
Pop 1 cup ground FLAXSEED, 2 egg whites, 1 cup oatmeal, 1 banana, 1/2 cup greek yogurt & a handful of blueberries – blend in the blender until smooth. Cook in pan with a dash of oil (spray cans make it easier to use less oil).
The recipe i derived this from said to add vanilla essence but i replaced that with 1T of unprocessed raw sugar.
1 Sliced apple, 1 cup of spinach leaves, sprinkling of crushed almonds, sprinkling of shaved Parmesan and 1 small breast (or 1 half breast) of grilled sliced chicken. Drizzle some Extra Virgin Olive Oil and a squeeze of lemon over the top.
Snack – Sliced Turkey & Green tea
Dinner – Broccoli & Corn Fritters
I used THIS recipe but halved and added1/4 cup of corn (Just because i think all fritters should contain corn) and 1/4 cup of almond meal to thicken it up as i found the mixture was a little runny. For someone who hates broccoli this was the ideal way to introduce it to my diet. Makes about 4.