Snacks

Snacks can "make or break" healthy eating regime. Being organised with snacks that are functional and filling will not see you making a dash for the vending machine or garage shop. There are a wealth of pre-made snacks out there but these can be full of a sugar and fat and these could leave you feeling rather guilty and deflated. Break the bad habits, find some snacks you love and leave the pre-made bars for emergencies only.

Odds and Ends Cookies

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When there are scraps of cereal box contents hanging about, dried fruit, the odd dead banana, these cookies are perfect to put together. It's a great way to the give the store cupboard and spring clean, any time of the…

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Chewie Lewies

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Okay, the name is a little fun, but your children just may skip to school with them in their bag, eager to chew on them at the earliest break. They have over half the average sugar content a cereal…

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Malteser Slice

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Barefaced Eating encourages enjoying food! Love these little malt balls? Okay, so we perhaps ought not to eat these every day, in large quantities, but these will perk you up and give you a little smile from time to…

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Savoury Clusters

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Delightfully savoury and full of energy, so park the sweet tooth up for a while and pack this mix in to a little container to munch on. A snack that is easy to transport and not full of ingredients…

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Honey and Sesame Cookies

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Made with quinoa flour, this cookie is packed with protein! Honey is the only sweetener and with the added rye flour (you can swop this for any gluten-free option if you'd like), we are back to basics with ingredients…

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Protein Granola

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This beats the sugary, buttery granola out there in ready made bags. It's high in protein, low in sugar and great to sprinkle on porridge, over night oats, greek yoghurt, frozen yoghurts and thrown in to smoothies. All…

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Energy Bites

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These are great to pop in a food bag and take out in your handbag, They have saved me many times from ending up in a bakery, supermarket or newsagent sweet/crisp rack when my hunger has taken over. …

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Sweet Potato Waffles

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I make these for lunch or breakfast (serve with poached eggs) and double the recipe for leftovers for the fridge or freezer. These are a great, sugar free snack, just the one, toasted! It can see you through…

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Ginger Oat Snaps

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This was a biscuit recipe I put together to help a client with, who wanted a low sugar, healthier ginger biscuit. It's got a good heat from the ginger and a good crunch for the mouth - but you…

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Seaweed Crisps

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A simple way to deal with the satisfying saltiness, crispness and goodness of nori sheets! I have used them shredded on to stir fries and salads and even wrapped quinoa and vegetables in (appealing to my sushi loving son) but…

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