Smoothie Prep

Smoothie's are my current go to breakfast with added whey protein, as part of my Strong not Skinny campaign I am trying to eat healthier, which also means more! At the start of each week, I bulk buy fresh fruit, bananas, pineapple, strawberries, mango, raspberries, watermelon and have taken to spending 15 minutes prepping it

Pot Noodles.

The Londoner, has some incredible recipes not limited to her healthy take on a pot noodle. Perfect for lunch and super quick to prepare at night. Simply boil noodles, make sauce (soy sauce, tom yum paste, miso paste, stock and hot sauce), add vegetables and some prawns! Then when you get to work add some

Lunchbox Lusting.

In the last few months, I have been better at bringing my own lunch in, although I am starting to get tired of chicken and iceberg lettuces. Going to try one of these for the next few weeks and will post about them. Do you have any lunchbox favourites? 1. Chickpea, Cherry Tomato, and Feta

Carrot and Coriander Soup.

I am admittedly on a soup hype at the minute, partly due to the freezing temperatures but also due to the incredible smell when cooking soup! This soup is super simple. 450g carrots, chopped 1/2 onion, chopped Sweet potato, chopped Fresh coriander Coriander 1litre of vegetable stock Start by chopping all your vegetables! My hands

Leek and Potato Soup

Leek and Potato Soup is a classic soup in the Heath household, namely due to my Grandad being a farmer and having an abbundance of spare potatoes and leeks. Which I used to be able to go pick from the fields, as a little girl this was the best thing ever. Firstly, chop your potatoes