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Health Lunch

Scrumptious bowls

I eat these a lot! They are just purely what you have in the fridge. If you keep your fridge full with a whole array of different whole foods you will always be able to find something to make really easy quick healthy and yummy meals. ¬†Make a good bowl up of as many different colours and flavours as possible. It can be leftovers, salad mixes, green leaves, fruits, veggies, beans, cheese, meat or fish! I never make the same one twice! Here’s some I have made in the past;

Leafy greens
Quinoa
Avocado
Pomegranete
Goats Cheese
Turmeric chickpeas
Sauerkraut
Apple cider vinegar to dress

Leafy greens
Coriander
Alfalfa sprouts
Grated Apple
Grated carrot
Walnuts
Goji berries
Sauerkraut
black eyed beans
Lemon juice and olive oil to drizzle

Green leaves
Grated carrot
Sultanas
Walnuts
Brie
Cinnamon chickpeas
Salmon
Grapes
Lemon juice and olive oil to drizzle

Leafy greens
Pepper
Cucumber
Dates
Grated carrot
paprika chickpeas
Parma ham
Squeezed lemon juice

Tasty Topped Bread or Toast

This one is so scrumptious and filling! I usually go for a good fresh wholegrain, seeded, sprouted, rye or sourdough loaf or sometimes make a yummy nut and seed loaf that tastes amazing and is gluten free and high in protein, fibre and good fats (I’ll put the recipe on shortly!) Here’s some toppings I eat regularly.

Avocado
Goats Cheese & watercress

Avocado
Raspberries

Almond butter
Egg & spinach

Avocado
Banana

Almond / Cashew butter
Avocado & Goji

Almond / Peanut butter
Banana

Houmous
Alfalfa sprouts

Houmous
Walnuts
Pomegrante

You can play around with so many different toppings and combinations. Eat it with soup or on its own. This one is really filling and comforting! xx

Soup

Soup is so easy and a great way to get a healthy nutritious filling meal. Fresh one from the chiller at the supermarket or home made you can top with yummy goats cheese, brie or added veggies. If I buy a shop bought soup I’ll always pop some added protein in such as tinned beans and usually some veggies such as alfalfa sprouts or chopped spinach. I normally make a soup on a sunday night so I have it in the fridge for the week. Soups really are so easy but in case you want some inspiration here’s a really simple one I often whip up. You could use any veggies in replace of these.

Fry onions, garlic and celery. ( You could also use fennel)
Add stock usually an organic bouillon such as Mari Gold.
Add beans for protein
Add broccoli (Or whatever veggies you have in the fridge – Tomato and red pepper is lovely)
Season to taste.