If you think you hate Brussels sprouts, please give them one final try. Roasting them in balsamic vinegar totally changes the flavour and even the biggest sprout haters can be converted. Trust me! These sweet and crispy Roasted Brussels Sprouts make a tasty side dish any time of the year, or a delicious snack.
When you just need something to eat in between meals, try one of our healthy snacks. From Homemade Garlic Crisps to Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts to our incredible Peanut Butter Oat Squares find the perfect recipe that will stop those hunger pangs.
Just 4 ingredients go in to making these No-Bake Chocolate and Peanut Butter Oat Squares. Smooth homemade peanut butter and chunks of dark chocolate combined with sticky and sweet oats for a little treats that kids, and big kids, are going to love!
It’s apple season and whilst an apple by itself makes a great snack, there is so much more that you can do with them. Make snack time all autumnal with these Apple and Cinnamon Energy Bites.
Gingernut Biscuits (or Ginger Snaps) with a freshly brewed cup of coffee is the perfect afternoon treat. We love the fiery taste from the ginger and the crunchiness of them and they also hold together really well when dunked. These are Healthy Gingernut Biscuits, and vegan and gluten free too.
When the craving for fries hits, but you want something a little more nutrient dense, then give these Baked Carrot Fries a try. Crispy on the outside and deliciously soft and sweet on the inside, these are a great side dish, or even just snacking on them straight off the pan.
Summer might be over, but that doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy some frozen treats. As far as I am aware, ice cream is a year round food, so these frozen banana bites can be too.
A recipe for home made granola bars that will rival store bought and save you a lot of money. The perfect snack.
Snacking can definitely be part of a healthy diet, it’s just about finding the right things to snack on. These Roasted Chickpeas have plenty of crunch to them, and make a nice alternative to salty nuts or crisps. You can roast them in big batches for a party, or just make enough for a few days and keep in an air-tight container. You can make them any flavour you want too!