Really Healthy Fruity Yogurt Cups

Find happiness, and save time, money and leftover fruits by making your own homemade fruity yogurt cups. These homemade fruity yogurt cups are easy to make and healthy, even kids can make them. Really Healthy Fruity Yogurt Cups Ingredients: 1 1/2 tablespoon Finely grated orange rind 16 fl oz Low fat natural yogurt 8 oz Mixed berries, like blueberries, raspberries and strawberries, plus extra to decorate Fresh mint sprigs, to decorate (optional) Preparation: Set the freezer to quick freeze for a minimum of two hours just before freezing this dish. Line a 12-hole bun tin with 12 paper cake cases. … Continue reading

Mouth-Watering Butternut Squash Pancakes with Parma Ham and Plum Tomato

Do you have picky eaters in the house? Here’s a pancake recipe that will give a new twist to regular pancakes – just add butternut squash to the batter and top with maple syrup. It’s a perfectly healthy breakfast treat for the family! Mouth-Watering Butternut Squash Pancakes with Parma Ham and Plum Tomato Ingredients: 1 Egg white, lightly beaten 1 teaspoon Maple syrup 1 teaspoon Rapeseed or vegetable oil 1/4 oz Whole meal flour 2 1/4 oz Low fat natural yogurt 4 3/4 oz Peeled butternut squash Pinch of Cayenne pepper Pinch of Baking powder Rapeseed or vegetable oil spray … Continue reading

Energy-Boosting Breakfast Smoothie

It’s been said time and again that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. It gives your body the energy it needs to complete your daily tasks. It boosts your brain energy to keep you going. What’s more, breakfast smoothies give your body the nutrients it needs daily. Energy-Boosting Breakfast Smoothie Ingredients: 2 Bananas, sliced. Fresh is good, frozen is better 1/3 Cup of Orange juice 1 Cup of Natural yogurt 2 tbsp of Honey 1/2 Cup of ice cubes Slices of fresh orange, to decorate Preparation: Put ice cubes and frozen bananas in the blender and blend. Pour the … Continue reading