Getting more vegetables into you diet

As the world becomes more and more health conscious over the years, people are becoming more aware of the food they put into their bodies and the importance of getting that five a day every day.

Who remembers when School dinners were changed at School? We were at the age where it was the WORST thing in the world! Long gone were our turkey twizzlers and chips for lunch! We were distraught! What we really needed was a little bit of education about WHY they decided to change our delicious school catering!

We have got some simples ways that can help you make sure you get your greens in and the best thing about it is the fact you won’t even know you are eating them!


If you love banana bread, then our banana bread could be the ideal way to add some extra goodness into your diet as it doesn’t contain any refined sugar, it’s so delicious!


One of the easiest ways to get more good food into your diet is to simply make a fruity smoothie in the morning for their breakfast. Smoothies are a brilliant way to disguise vegetables (like spinach) and many people will add things like carrot and spinach into smoothies and then disguise them with fruits. You can even add protein powder or other supplements to your smoothie.


Why not cut up some veg and enjoy it with a delicious dip like hummus or guacamole. This is one of our go to lunches and it’s even better when you make the hummus yourself. Fancy making it a little sweeter? Chop up and apple and dip it into some peanut butter, it’s the perfect afternoon snack.


One of the best ways to get vegetables into your diet is by adding more vegetable into your meal! If you are making a spag bowl make it from scratch using fresh tomatoes, onions, carrots and peppers. This can be easily done in many recipes such as in cottage pie where you can add some carrot and celery. It will allow you to still eat the foods you enjoy.

Mocha Protein Shake

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That protein kindly sent us some of their protein so we decided to make a delicious post work out shake because we love them. We used the ‘Chirpy Chirpy Choca Mocha with organic coffee’ protein.

That Protein is a plant based protein powder and for once the protein actually tastes great. They are dairy free, no added sugars, non GMO, no sweeteners and free from anything artificial.

We decided to add a couple of other ingredients to make our shake thick and creamy- the best way to have a shake. We have tried it with just water though when we have been in a rush leaving the gym and it still tastes great!

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1 scoop of that protein mocha flavour
1 banana
8 frozen cherries(3 for decoration)
Handful of ice
Almond milk
Tea spoon cacao nibs (leave some for decoration)

Place all the ingredients in a blender and whizz it up until combined! Top tip always put your protein in last so it doesn’t get stuck to the sides (its a nightmare if it does and you will find yourself shaking the blender trying to get it to combine).

A super easy recipe to follow!

Just PB protein shake

We love a protein shake after working out, during the weeks we usually mix our protein with water and chug it whilst running out of the gym and making our way to work. When we actually get the chance to make a delicious protein shake we jump at the chance because let’s be honest it tastes WAY better.

Annie loves nut butter so always opts for a shake that has NB in it! So we thought it was about time we created our own PB protein shake (we will be sharing more recipes soon). This protein shake is SO simple to make and is always Annie’s go to shake at the weekend.


1 banana
1 scoop white chocolate protein
1tsp peanut butter
Ice cubes we usually use about 4
50ml Almond milk

Wack everything into a blender we use a Nutri Bullett and blend for a minute
Pour into a glass with a straw
Optional you can pop a strawberries on the side and enjoy!
See we said it was the quickest recipe ever!