With extra protein and omega-fatty acids, this tuna salad with baby marrow and beans is ideal for a nutritious and budget-friendly lunch!
Not only are these breakfast bean burritos the ideal morning munch, they also contain loads of plant protein for that extra healthy boost.
Before or after a tough work-out, when you’re feeling peckish at work or simply craving something sweet, these delicious chocolately nut-butter protein bites are your go-to snacks!
Enjoy these protein powder wraps with chicken, sun-dried tomato hummus and watercress straight after cooking for a meal packed with fresh flavour.
This steak and lentil salad is perfect for any fitness junkies out there. It’s a tasty lunch or dinner meal you can whip up anytime!
These savoury sweet potatoes contain protein and slow-releasing carbs that keep you full for longer and give you the energy you need for the day. So why not give it a go?
There has been a recent uproar in the media about the Wolf Diet. The main objective here is to only eat one meal a day, and that meal needs to be high in protein-heavy and fat. Let’s say you go with dinner. You’ll have to expel lunch and breakfast, as well as that last slice of chocolate mousse cake you were hoping to devour. But we love food, and we like to indulge, too much to give it up without good reason, so we delved a little deeper.
To all those fellow foodies who’ll be hitting the gym this fitness Friday, this one’s for you! Enjoy our power-packed strawberry and vanilla protein shake as a pre- or post-workout treat you’ll go back to over and over. Get your vitamins and fibre from the fruit, while the protein powder will keep you satisfied for longer.
Yes, we like to indulge, but here at MyKitchen, we are a happily healthy team of fitness enthusiasts. During the week, when we know we are heading to the gym after work, our meals are, more often than not, aimed at optimising our exercise time, and I thought I’d share some of top tips with all of you.
When it comes to dinner after a long (and hungry) day at work, we only have two requirements: speed and taste. This lovely dish ticks both those boxes!