I know many WLS patients are coffee lovers and whether this be a cappuccino, latte, americano or any number of frothy concoctions, they would seriously miss their fix! I hover around my coffee machine at most times of the day and have happily become my own barista during the lock-down. Now that the weather is
Confessions first this early New Year – I haven’t quite or completely got back on track in a serious way! I am blaming illness in the house (and beyond) for this but I also must take some responsibility for the natural urge I have after the holidays to still opt for a bit of
I was looking for a treat for the coming weekend that would also double-up as a breakfast grab and go meal option too. These oaty, nutty and fruity squares deliver! Made with oat flour (I made my own by whizzing some ordinary oats in my food processor – 1¼ cups oats made the 1 cup
Cake for breakfast? Well not quite … but these scrumptious Choccy & Raspberry Protein Breakfast Squares are just as squidgy as brownies and are certainly cake-like rather than chewy like a bar. Made with oats, bananas, raspberries, cocoa powder or chocolate protein powder (which I used), and a smidgens of unsweetened peanut butter, they can
I don’t often often feature energy type snacks because I get most of the energy I need from my regular 3 meal a day regime, but many of you often request at meetings the names of commercially made balls, bars and snacks that you can nibble on when energy dips or you’re on the move.