Any one food has only some much nutrition to offer you... so be sure to choose different nuts and seeds with every snack! Such as brazil, almond, walnut, pumpkin, sesame, poppy, chia, flaxseed, peanut, hazelnut, etc...
When it comes to fruit - eat a rainbow! Aim to include lots of different colours of fruit into your diet daily – orange/ yellow, white, red, green and blue/ black/ purple.
Why not try one of the following combinations;
Raspberries, pear, natural yoghurt, almond extract, flaked almonds or
Melt 1tbsp coconut oil with 2tbsp honey and 1tsp vanilla essence. Add in 2 large mashed bananas (riper the better). Then add in 1 cup of oats + 0.5 cup of rice protein + 2 handfuls of chopped apricots + 2 handfuls of walnuts. Mix well and press into a baking tray.
Cook at 190 degree C for 15 to 20 minutes.!
I ate mine with some peanut butter smeared on top and the biggest coffee you ever did see. Enjoy!
1 tbsp coconut oil
2 tbsp honey
1 tsp vanilla essence
2 large mashed bananas (riper the better) 1
1 cup of oats
0.5 cup of rice protein (any protein powder will prob do nicely depending on flavour!)
Mash 2 bananas in a bowl. With a fork, fold in 1 cup of oats, 1/2 cup of raisins, 1/2 cup of walnuts and 2 tbsp peanut butter. Mix until all the oats are wet. Make into small biscuit shapes. Place on a baking tray and cook at 170 degrees C for about 12 minutes.
Mix the chia seeds with the milk. It's easy to do this in an old jam jar. Simply put on the lid and shake on and off for a few minutes. It'll start to form into a gel. When this happens, put on the lid and leave in the fridge over night. Serve for breakfast with fruit.
Put into a processor. Add a drop of water. Blend and then roll into balls. Roll across a plate of desiccated coconut to make them look pretty! If you add too much water, simply throw in a few oats to soak it up!