If you are in any way like myself and obsessed with Nachos, Doritos or anything like that, this is the recipe for you. Guilt free treats for all those movie nights.
3 medium sweet potatoes
11/2 tsp paprika
Sea Salt flakes & Pepper
Optional – tbsp curry powder
1 Clove of Garlic, crushed
- Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celcius & line a baking tray with grease proof paper
- Wash and slice the sweet potatoes (with skin) into thin pieces, resembling crisps,
- In a bowl, toss the sliced potatoes in the coconut oil, salt, pepper & paprika.
- Place on baking tray evenly and bake for 25 minutes until crispy.
- Saute the red peppers on a pan while the potatoes are in the oven.
- To make the guacamole, gut an avocado and smash together with the juice of the lime and crushed garlic.
- Once the nachos are ready, scatter the red peppers and guacamole on top with some freshly chopped avocado and cherry tomatoes.
If you fancy a bit more, add some chorizo chunks for taste !
Enjoy & Happy Eating xxx
2 Boneless, skinless Chicken breasts
40g green olives, pitted
2 cloves of garlic
1 whole avocado
2 tsp paprika
Sprinkle of salt & pepper
- Boil chicken breasts in saucepan and allow simmering.
- Place stock cube in 500g water and bring to boil, and then add quinoa. Stir well until seeds have opened. Do not remove until all water has been absorbed.
- Finely chop the tomatoes and olives and place in bowl.
- Add sweetcorn to bowl and toss Chia seeds in.
- Slice an avocado into chunks and add to the bowl.
- Then add the chopped garlic, salt, pepper and paprika.
- Add all of these ingredients to the cooked quinoa and mix.
- Slice the chicken breast and add into the quinoa bowl.
- Squeeze lime juice on top.
Hope you all enjoy! The Nachos in the picture are a separate recipe, get it here
One key way of changing your body shape is to befriend complex carbs! I suggest avoiding all Simple carbs (those made of glucose). Simple carbs include table sugar and milk. Although fruits are rich in nutrients, be aware of them as they are packed with simple sugars.
Complex carbs are made of longer chains of sugars and therefore take the body longer to metabolise, and make you feel fuller for longer. These include whole grains, beans and nuts.
Other tasty complex carbs to add to your plate include sweet potatoes, veges, oats, quinoa.
Simple ways to incorporate complex carbs into your diet is to substitute brown rice for white and whole grain brown pasta for white pasta. I would encourage changing to nut based milks such as coconut or almond milk! They are much lower in calories contain less sugar per ml.
I love to bake, but unfortunately white flour is too refined to show any body changing results, so I recommend using oats or oat flour. I use these when baking protein treats! (Recipes to follow)