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Pro Tip: Dress your food. Keep it interesting.

I know it can’t be just me who gets bored of eating the same food day in, day out. So todays post is about keeping your diet interesting. DRESS YOUR FOOD!

The better health channel tells us, “Eating many different foods helps maintain a healthy, well-balanced and interesting diet that provides adequate nutrition.”

Ok so the ultimate goal for anyone is to eat as much junk food as possible whilst maintaining a Miranda Kerr figure. Am I right? But let’s be honest, that is NEVER going to happen!

So my pro tip for you to keep motivated whilst on your diet/clean eating journey is to mix it up. Make your breakfast so deliciously appealing that even if  the choice for fast food was available you would still pick your healthy meal. Its honestly as simple as taking a bit of extra time and dressing up your food. Sick of a boring fruit salad? Put them on skewers. Sick of boring porridge? Cover your bowl with seasonal fruit and nuts. It’s so simple!!!

And what’s better? You will be able to proudly upload a picky of your creation to instagram and hashtag healthy eating and watch the likes roll in. :)

Eating healthy can be challenging. Just remember to mix it up and keep things interesting. Dress up your food, your body (and your instagram followers) will thanks you for it :)

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Yummy, healthy, sugar free biscuits

A healthy cookie made with just four ingredients, is that even possible?!? Yes it is! Mashed bananas, rolled oats, crushed walnuts and cinnamon to taste. Healthy and delicious HASHTAG winning!!

You could have these as a snack or with breakfast, best part – completely guilt free!

First step get yo ingredients together. For this we will need 3 small bananas/2 medium ones (SUPER RIPE! I CANNOT STRESS THIS POINT ENOUGH, HENCE THE CAPITALS!!), 1 cup of rolled oats, ¼ cup of crushed walnuts and cinnamon for flavour.

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Step two, line two trays with baking paper and turn your oven on to 180⁰ (fan forced).

Next, get out a bowl and mash the bananas.

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After these are mashed add 1 cup of rolled outs and combine.

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Add in your crushed walnuts.

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Lastly, add your cinnamon – in the end I think I used a whole teaspoon (love that shiz!).

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Roll these into small balls (should make about 16) and pop these in the oven for 10-15 minutes or until brown.

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And you sir are done! Easy as that!

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Bircher Museli

Trying to keep things interesting to maintain a healthy diet is ever so important so I thought I’d share my new favourite breakky recipe.
Sunday night I put 1/2 cup of oats and 1/2 cup of water into a bowl and put it in the fridge overnight. In the morning I added cinnamon, yoghurt, nuts and grated apple. On top I decorated with shredded coconut and strawberries! For a first attempt it was pretty good but I found the water didn’t make it appetising so last night I put almond milk in instead.
The results were amazing! So much more creamy and delicious!

So here are my photos! Hope you might try it out and enjoy!!
Ps top one is with water. Bottom one is with almond milk.

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