Here you will find my top tips, tricks and recipes with the goal of helping make eating well easier at your end. You will find my recipes under the 'Recipes' tab other nutrition related stuff under 'Tips and Tricks'. I also post extra ideas and more about me on my Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages (explore these in the top righthand corner). If you have any questions don't be afraid to get in touch! Jess

  • Black Forest Muesli Bars

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    I have been working away at this recipe for a while now and I think I have finally perfected it. I wanted to create a tasty muesli bar that I could recommend to my athletes (and myself) pre and post-training but to be honest this is just a great snack/breakfast/anything option for everyone. Feedback always … Continued

  • Homemade Pad Thai

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    I love my Pad Thai quite saucy so this recipe is just that. Much more nutritious than your standard takeaway Pad Thai. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Ingredients1 packet of Pad Thai Noodles (find them in the international section in the supermarket). You can use Udon noodles as well.2 tbsp … Continued

  • Creamy Feijoa Smoothie

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    The title says it all…and it is delicious. The key to a smoothie is to make sure it is well balanced and contains a good serve of protein and some healthy fat as this is what will help you feel satisfied for a lot longer! Here’s how to do it… Ingredients:The flesh of 2-3 feijoas1/2 … Continued

  • Muesli That Never Fails

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    The great thing about homemade muesli is that you can just use whatever flavour combinations you have in the pantry once you have a good base recipe. This is the perfect balance of high fibre whole grains with healthy fats from the nuts/seeds and natural sweetness from the fruit/honey. Get creative with different combos and … Continued

  • Warm Winter Salad

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    Ingredients: 1 medium-sized butternut pumpkin, (skin on), cut into 2cm pieces 4 carrots, cut in half lengthways and then crossways 2 tbsp olive oil 1 tbsp honey or maple syrup salt and pepper to taste 4 large handfuls of baby spinach or rocket 3/4 cup chopped walnuts 6-8 dates, roughly chopped Dressing: 2 tbsp balsamic vinegar … Continued

  • Basic Butter Chick

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    Butter chicken is one of my favourite takeaway meals but is often really high in fat and sugar and lacking vegetables. Hopefully, you enjoy my veggie packed version that is just as creamy and delicious. Choosing brown rice over white adds more fibre, vitamins and minerals so it is definitely worth making the swap. Just remember … Continued

  • Last night I nipped down to the supermarket to get something ‘quick and easy’ for dinner as there was nothing (well nothing I felt like) in the cupboards. Usually I love a casual stroll around the supermarket but this was not one of those times. After forgetting my wallet, jamming my finger in the car … Continued

  • Hearty Beef Stew

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    Using your slow cooker is a great way to get another couple of meals out of the leftover ingredients in the pantry and fridge, preventing waste and saving money. Add chickpeas, lentils, grains, frozen veggies and cheaper cuts of meat to make a hearty, nutritious meal that will feed many mouths (or you can freeze … Continued

  • Here you will find my thoughts on the latest food trend, tricks on how to make healthy eating happen every day, and tips on pretty much anything else I find interesting or helpful in my life. Don’t forget I share even more ideas on my Facebook page!