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Protein pancake

2 whole eggs, 2 egg whites
1 scoop protein powder
Coconut oil

Mix together in a bowl and add small amount of mixture to the hot oil, should make about 5-6 pancakes.


Banana Omlette

Perfect to make in advance and eat on the go:

1 chopped banana
2 whole eggs, 2 egg whites
2 tbsp cinnamon powder
coconut oil to cook in.

heat oil, then add chopped banana, heat until soft, add the eggs, when almost cooked sprinkle cinnamon powder on. Perfect.


Sweet Potato and Veg Dish

Sweet Potato
Spring onion
Red Pepper
Yellow Pepper
Green beans
Cayenne Pepper
Black fresh ground pepper

Put a sweet potato in the microwave for about 5 minutes, then take the skin off it and mash it up, add a bit of cayenne pepper and black pepper, then steam some green beans and asparagus, chop these up and add to the potato. Chop up really small the onion and peppers and fry for a minute, then add to the mix.

Simple as that! Serve with your protein such as Turkey or Fish


Nut Bars

This recipe combines the good fats and nutrients in various nuts, together with whey protein for an easy-to-make bar that's has some natural carbohydrates, high in protein, and full of healthy fats
These can be eaten at any time, I like to have these mid morning or mid afternoon.
They also serve you well on trips away for a few days. These will keep you right in-between meals.
3/4 cup pecan chopped
3/4 cup almond chopped
1/4 cup cashew nut chopped
The above is just those nuts crushed or blended in a coffee grinder.
2 whole organic eggs
1 mashed banana.
6 scoops of protein powder.
1 table spoon of honey.
1 tea spoon of cinnamon.
Mix everything together in a large bowl, and continue stirring until all of the ingredients have mixed together thoroughly. Spread the dough into an 8X8-inch baking dish coated with olive oil cooking spray, and bake for 15 minutes at 350-degrees F.
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 6


Organic Bread

Makes two small loafs or one large.
450g organic whole wheat flour
4 table spoons of organic butter.
4 table spoons of organic raw cane sugar.
200g organic raisins.
100g organic dried apricots
100g organic broken walnuts.
4 tea spoons bread yeast.
12 table spoons organic apple or orange juice
12 table spoons organic yogurt.

1/ Put flour in huge bowl.
Rub in butter. Add all ingredients—but not the juice and yogurt –yet. Mix up by hand

2/ Warm the juice in a pan—just warm not boil.
3/ Add this to the mix along with the 12 spoons of yogurt.
4/ Mix by hand- well.
5/ Remove mix from bowl and knead on a floured service for 5 min.
6/ Cut into two loafs and shape.
7/ Place on a creased baking tray.
8/ Cover with a clean dry tea towel.
9/ Set aside in a warm place till they have doubled in size.
10/ Cook in pre heated oven 220 c—or 425 f---or gas mark 7.

Should take 35-40 min.
To test loaf is cooked –tap the underneath- hollow –it’s done.
This loaf can also be made with different dried fruits –or no nuts –or just a plain loaf to have with eggs and such. Once you have the base ingredients you can add and take away what you like.


Oat Cakes

Ian Duckett's Oat Cake Recipe
Mix 1 cup of oats
3 egg whites (large)
1 full egg
1 mashed up banana
1/2 cup of blueberries
1 scoop of Body In Design Protein Powder (Any protein powder can be used)
1 large spoon of manuka honey
1 spoon cinnamon to taste.

Mix well and place in a small 7 inch cake tin - use butter (organic ) to grease. Place in pre heated oven and cook for around 20-25 min on a 200/Gas 6 heat-or until it is brown and has a cake like appearance.
Takes all of 5 min prep and tastes awesome - enjoy!


The perfect Diet Pudding

Heres how to make the perfect pudding for those on a strict diet: 1 sachet of Hartley's sugar free jelly, add boiling water and stir, then in a separate container mix one scoop of protein powder into cold water, mix up and add to the jelly. Stir it all together then pour into 4 little pots, let to set!

37 Calories per pot
7.8g Protein
0.81g Carbs
0.175g (sugars)
0.39g Fat

You can add a few blueberries to the puddings if you like.


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