So now that January is (basically) over, we've all had a month to get started on our new year's resolutions and most of us have probably also given up on them by now. But for those of you, who are still trying to eat healthier, here are five tips on how to make that transition easier.
Curry is one of the ultimate comfort foods in the world and it's not hard to see why. Its one of the most diverse dishes around because it can be customised and recreated in many different ways. 9 out of 10 times it’s a tikka masala for me because I’m a wimp with spice, but there are SO many different ones out there it's insane!
Oats are an insanely popular base for a lot of people’s breakfast around the world each and every day. Their slow release energy and high fibre content keep us fuelled and filled for longer, preventing unhealthy snacking and binging throughout the day. So it’s no wonder they are so popular!
As part of my twelve-day holiday countdown, I want to highlight something new everyday for 12 days that promotes healthy fitness and nutrition habits. I want to help you start the new year right and avoid all that extra winter fluff.
Wanting to make your own empanadas without having to spend a lot of money? With this recipe you can make 12 empanadas for under $20. Doesn't that sound amazing? To begin this delicious creation you first need to buy the frozen empanada dough, boneless chicken breast, bell peppers, onions and cheese from any grocery store. Any ingredients can be used to stuff your empanadas and if you want to add some spice a little diced jalapeños would be great but do not add the seeds or it will be too spicy.