How common is this scenario?! Add children, pets, partners, second jobs, finances, piano lessons, tennis practice and a gamut of other possible elements into the mix and the need for quick, easy and nourishing food options multiplies!
By having an organised kitchen with some simple go-to’s means healthy food choices, less stress, a saving of money and additional time for you!
Healthy eating comes down to a little bit of good old organisation! Making sure that your kitchen is well equipped, and you have healthy food on hand is one of the biggest hurdles to overcoming poor food choices.
Although it may be a little extra effort at first, you will soon be rewarded with the ease of eating well, snacking well and saving a few hard-earned pennies too!
Let’s go through a handful of possible options you can easily incorporate into your weekly routine:
Overnight Oats have become very popular – and rightly so! They are full of nutrients, easy to eat on the run and taste amazing! You can customise your overnight breakfasts to include your favourite nuts, seeds, superfoods and grains. Why not give this a go?
Find yourself a small to medium size clean glass jar and begin layering-
In the morning, your breakfast is ready to go! The mylk will have soaked and softened the contents a little like a fancy style of bircher muesli!
Taking an hour or two one day a week to whip up a couple of dressings or dips can go a long way to keeping your meals inspiring for the week ahead! Try wizzing up a quick pesto with any nuts and herbs and greens on hand. Get creative and try basil and hemp seeds, walnuts and coriander, cashews and rocket, or pistachios and baby spinach. Having a few simple dressings are also wonderful to add flavor and zing to your meals.
For a simple tasty tahini dressing
This dressing will keep in the fridge for a week.
Having a batch of bliss balls in the fridge or freezer are perfect to grab when you’re walking out the door. Keeping a batch of healthy raw chocolate in the freezer is also a great idea for when you are looking for something sweet!
An easy, energising bliss ball recipe
Mix everything together in a food processor and then roll into small balls.
These will store in the fridge or freezer for at least 3-4 weeks!
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