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Minty Iced Green Tea

This minty iced green tea is the perfect alternative to soft drinks – you can make a batch and store it in the fridge or take it around with you to sip on throughout the day. One thing we love about this recipe is how versatile it is. You can change up the taste immediately by adding some cucumber or orange slices. If you’re feeling adventurous you can add even add some cinnamon or ginger to give your drink a nice kick!

Healthy Caesar Salad Dressing

A healthful alternative to a classic favorite dressing.

Super Green Breakfast Smoothie

Our recipe for the ultimate Super Green Smoothie can be your go-to breakfast - for those busy mornings or can't be bothered sort of days. What’s great about this recipe is that it can be altered in so many different ways, depending on the season, what you have in your fridge, or your local super market.

Whole-Wheat Berry Muffins with Coconut Oil

These muffins are made with 100% whole-wheat flour and sweetened entirely with honey. They also have a dose of healthy fat, thanks to the coconut oil, making them the perfect breakfast to grab on the go or pack in your kids' lunch boxes. You can use fresh or frozen berries of your choice.

Banana Breakfast Shake

No time for breakfast? No problem! Give your body fuel by blending this breakfast smoothie in less than 10 minutes.

Chocolate Oatmeal

A healthy breakfast that tastes like dessert!

Detox Ice Pops

There’s nothing quite like a refreshing ice pop on a hot summer day, right? Put down the Ben & Jerry’s and those neon colored store bought pops and get ready for a summer treat that’s both tasty and healthy. No refined sugars or artificial flavors, only wholesome real food here. These ice pops are a hit with children, adults, and everyone in between. Now who said detoxing is boring?

Air Popped Caramel Popcorn

Fat and guilt-free and a lot of fun to eat, this caramel popcorn is just the sweet and savory snack you
need.

Rocket, Apple, and Walnut Salad with Balsamic Dressing

This salad is anything but boring. Packed with bitter greens, crunchy nuts, sweet apple and a tangy balsamic dressing, it is not only good for you, but also an explosion of textures and flavours! The addition of blue cheese is optional but makes for an even tastier salad. Feel free to mix things up according to your taste - swap the apple for pear, walnuts for almonds or blue cheese for feta!

The Ultimate Grilled Chicken Breast

We are going back to basics with this recipe. If you are on any sort of healthy meal plan chances are grilled chicken breast is something you will be eating day in and day out. Today we’re sharing with you our die-hard, mother’s approved marinade so prepare to say goodbye to tough, chewy chicken and hello to juicy, yummy goodness. What’s more, it’s much easier to prepare than you think.

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