Quick to make, delicious, buttery flapjacks with added goodness of nuts and flaxseeds providing some healthy fats and micronutrients. Oats are also a great source of fibre, supporting digestive health.
This is a dessert with many benefits. The chia seeds provide anti inflammatory omega 3 fats and fibre which is excellent for digestive health. The cocoa powder and cherries are also a great source of antioxidants.
These bars are a much healthier version of a Snickers. The peanuts provide a good source of healthy fats and vitamin E: the oats an excellent source of B vitamins and soluble fibre. They make a great sweet snack that won’t give you a sugar rush but will instead help keep energy levels stable.
If you’re craving something sweet this is great option. The flax seeds, walnuts and almonds provide a good source of healthy fats and it’s also perfect lower carb cake which will help keep blood sugar and energy levels stable.
These are brownies with benefits, they are a healthier version without compromising on the taste. Coconut sugar is used as an alternate to the usual white refined sugar: it’s has a lower GI which doesn’t spike blood sugar as quickly so helps keeps energy levels stable. It also contains inulin, a type of fibre which is prebiotic so it helps feed the good bacteria in our gut. The ground almonds and walnuts provide healthy fats and the raspberries add fibre and antioxidants.
Who doesn’t love carrot cake? These bars give you the taste of carrot cake but without the blood sugar spike and the energy dip that follows. The walnuts and flaxseeds are a vegetarian source of anti-inflammatory omega three fats so can help reduce inflammation in the body.
Easy to make and a healthier version compared to shop bought flapjacks which usually contain refined sugar. Using coconut sugar as an alternative is more beneficial than refined sugar as it has a lower glycaemic index so blood sugar doesn’t spike which contributes to energy slumps.