Pistachio Muffins with Apricots and Protein—perfectly balanced, tangy, crunchy, and soft, with 7g protein, 280cal per muffin
Enjoy Caramelized Spiced Almonds with smooth caramel, deep flavour, and cinnamon crunch. Ideal for snacking, gifting, or topping oatmeal.
Whip up nutritious, versatile Sourdough Discard Naan breads with mostly pantry ingredients. Soft, fluffy, and perfect for endless meal creations.
Roasted Garlic Lemon Labneh: A creamy blend of Greek yogurt, caramelized garlic, and zesty lemon for a protein-rich, wholesome side dish.
Soft and fluffy Sourdough Flatbread with Feta hits the spot when you want the perfect flatbread to dip into anything from Hummus to Stew.
A twist on Baba ghanoush, this Smoked Aubergine Dip combines roasted aubergines, creamy Tahini, and Greek yogurt for added richness and protein.
Muhammara is a quick and easy recipe using pantry staples: roasted peppers, walnuts, garlic, spices, and pomegranate molasses for a versatile mezze dish.
Super creamy Hummus Two Ways is just so much better homemade than store bought! One plain and a slightly sweet and earthy beetroot version.
Easy Tzatziki is one of those fantastic 10 minute dishes that are just so much more than the sum of their parts. Use as dip or with kebab.
Savor the essence of autumn with moist, crunchy Sourdough Pumpkin Apple Muffins enriched with protein, spiced apples, and a sweet cinnamon crunch.
An inspired twist on Lemon Curd, this Spiced Plum Curd is creamy with butter and eggs, fruity with seasonal plums, and subtly spiced.
Homemade Pressure Cooker Apple Butter with Malt whiskey, cooked effortlessly. Perfect for fall treats. Control sugar content and save money
Sourdough Pumpkin S’mores Cookies combine all the deliciousness of your favourite campfire snack with the tang of sourdough and sweetness of spiced pumpkin.
Quick Pickled Vegetables: Heat, pour over veggies, and enjoy in an hour or refrigerate for 2-3 weeks. Perfect for snacks or toppings!
Lemon Poppy Sourdough Zucchini Bread with Protein is a moist and flavourful cake featuring zucchini for added moisture and green specks, while sourdough adds tanginess and lightness. Protein powder reduces sugar and enhances flavour. A hint of thyme complements lemon notes, and optional candied lemon slices add an extra lemon hit and beauty to the presentation.
Inspired by Date Peanut Bark I posted a few days ago and an amazing Lindt Chocolate I had when I lived in Paris, but just could not find in Ireland, I made this healthy Apricot Almond White Chocolate Bark. Super easy to make, takes just 5 minutes plus cooling time. It’s crunchy, Healthy-ish (it has white chocolate after all) with dried tangy apricots, creamy almond butter, and toasted almonds for extra crunch. Only Problem: I just can’t stop eating it.
I had to try out the super easy and healthy Date Bar from @thathealthjunkie and absolutely loved it!
I mean look at the prettiness of the dates to start with and then the peanut butter on top, spread very thinly, followed by more chopped peanuts for crunch and melted dark chocolate. I’m absolutely addicted to this Date Peanut Chocolate Bark I tell you!
Two different versions of Protein Creme Brulee. Both with plant-based milk or cream. One with Pistachio flavour, one coffee. Both stunning to look at and easy to make. And with a healthy hit of protein. Your way to get it all: Indulgence, low calories and Protein in one delicious dessert.
The natural sugars in the bananas, which you can use fresh or from frozen, caramelize beautifully while roasting and add an addictive layer to this Sourdough Chocolate Banana Bread. We have cocoa and chocolate chunks that melt and coffee liqueur to support the dark chocolate flavour. Wholewheat and rye flour to add nuttiness. And all that with a good hit of protein, to cover your nutrition needs.
Deeply chocolatey and fudgy Sourdough Brownies with Protein, there is no compromising on flavour here. Yet you get 4-5g protein with each. A hint of sourdough tang, to balance the sweetness and rye flour, to add moisture. These are utterly irresistible.