Recipe number one is these delicious little Energy Balls, filled with good-for-you fats and natural, unrefined ingredients. You can make a big batch of these energy balls and store them in the freezer, so they are ready to grab whenever you’re blood sugar levels are low and you’re trying to steer clear of the biscuit tin. By pre-preparing healthy snacks, when you get those inevitable sugar cravings you can rid them without having to give into packaged food that tends to include a high number of refined ingredients and sugar.
• 40g gluten-free oats
• 30g vanilla protein
• 25g cacao
• 100g natural peanut butter
• 2tbsp coconut oil
• 2tbsp maple syrup
• 1tbsp chia or flax seeds
• Desiccated coconut
• Freeze dried raspberries
• Matcha powder
Recipe number two is perfect if you’re looking for healthy, vegan alternatives to serve up this Christmas. It includes two of your five a day but still manages to hit that sweet spot. Avocados are an excellent source of mono unsaturated fat and vitamin E, as well as containing a number of useful minerals such as iron, copper and potassium and are a good source of the B vitamin, folate.
The cacao powder used in this recipe, which is formulated once you’ve extracted the cacao butter out of chocolate and has the lowest percentage of fat than any other part of the cacao bean.
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