I get asked a lot, “How do you do it?” with regards to the breaktfasts, lunches and snacks I bring to work. The simple answer is I meal prep every weekend (or sometimes during the week). And the next question I get asked is “Is it worth it?” and my answer has always been “Absolutely”. The key is being organised, from getting the groceries done … Continue reading How I Meal Prep?
Ever since I remember loving peanut butter, I remember pairing peanut butter with a sweet condiment such as jam or honey to have on my toast or corn thins. I love the sweet taste of jam/honey that goes with the satisfying goodness and taste that is in the natural peanut butter. I have made peanut butter cups before but I felt like it was missing … Continue reading Healthier Peanut Butter Jam Cups
I have been making this jam quite frequently in the last few months. I mainly use this jam in my vegan chocolate white bean chia muffins that I make almost weekly. But this jam is perfect on toast (simply on its own or paired with peanut butter) or corn thins. I love this recipe as it is so easy to make and only requires three … Continue reading 3-Ingredient Raspberry Chia Jam
My second favourite food after peanut butter is banana bread. I love banana bread and I have it almost every time we go out for breakfast/brunch – I know not very healthy but it’s good for my soul :P) But as we know, most banana breads out there are overly sweet and contain unnecessary amounts of saturated fat. So, I am always trying to create … Continue reading Homemade Vegan Cardamom & Seeds Banana Bread
Who doesn’t love a good muffin?!? But many store-bought muffins contain unnecessary amount of sugar and saturated fat. Even homemade muffins tend to contain more refined sugar than they should. Hence, I am always on the look out for refined-sugar free or low sugar content muffin recipes and/or creating muffins with low sugar content, low amount of saturated fat and higher fibre content so that … Continue reading Vegan Chocolate White Bean Chia Muffins with Cherry Jam
If you have not already guessed, I love snacking. I love snacking between my main meals. I tend to keep my main meals on the lighter side so that I can snack and enjoy the snacks that I love everyday. I used to buy muesli bars, ‘healthy’ biscuits/cookies, protein bars, etc for my snacks. But that was before I realised how much sugar, processed ingredients … Continue reading Double Peanut & Fig Protein Cookies
I make this soba noodle salad quite often at home. It is one of my go-to meals when I am craving soba noodles. It is light, creamy, spicy and delicious. It is more of a summer dish but I make it all year round. It is packed with vegetables which are good for our bodies and has the tastiest peanut sauce I have made to … Continue reading Soba Noodles Suba Style