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Hey friends!! What if everyday could be a cheat day?! Today I’m showing you some of my favourite food swap recipes for a nutrient dense cheat meal (:
As always, I think that it’s great to eat everything in moderation but I just wanted to see just how much of a difference changing up the ingredients can make on the nutritional content of food without compromising on taste!
Recipes below (:
Heat the oven to 200C. Place a large tortilla wrap onto a metal grill. Mix 1tbsp tomato puree with 1tbsp water, season and add herbs if you wish and spread over the tortilla evenly. Then sprinkle over 100g high protein cheese (link below) and anything else you’d like and place in the oven for ~8mins or until the cheese melts.
Serve hot and enjoy!
Nutritional info for entire pizza:
370 kcal, 43g protein, 37g carb, 6g fat
CRISPY FRENCH FRIES (serves 2):
Peel 4 large potatoes and cut them into thin (less than 1cm) strips. Place them into a large bowl of cold water for ~30mins. Heat the oven to 180C. Take the potatoes out of the water and pat down dry with a tea-towel. Place into a baking tray (you might need two baking trays as you want to make sure the fries aren’t overlapping otherwise they won’t be crispy) and add 1/2 tbsp olive oil per tray. Season generously and add any other flavourings you’d like at this stage. Mix in well with the oil. Place into the oven for 40mins, turning every 10mins to ensure they’re cooked all over!
Nutritional info for 100g cooked fries:
109kcal, 2g protein, 18g carb, 3g fat
Heat the oven to 180C. In a mixing bowl add 40g flour, 1 tbsp cocoa powder, 1/8 tsp baking powder, 1/8tsp vanilla extract and 1-2tbsp maple syrup (optional). Blend 100g dates or prunes with 100ml almond milk and mix in with the dry ingredients. Feel free to add chopped nuts of extra chocolate if you wish. Place into a baking tin, spreading the mix out until it’s ~4cm thick. Cook for 10-12mins. Remove from the heat and let cool, then cut into mini squares and serve!!
Nutritional info for 100g brownies (with dates):
600kcal, 11g protein, 129g carb, 6g fat
High protein cheese:
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