So it was a bank holiday here in the UK and as per usual a couple of bananas had been hanging from the fruit bowl for a little too long. “Waste not, want not” is what my mother always taught me, so it was time to dust off our banana bread recipe easy!
Let’s get baking, prep time is 10 minutes, so no excuses that you can’t find the time even with 3 children always makes the task that much easier.
We know they aren’t the healthiest option, but we think we’ve done good with these moist, fudgy brownies. Spoiler alert, we are now revealing our deeply guarded secret recipe. We use steamed sweet potato to provide a naturally sweet base, coupled with a dash of stevia, honey or maple syrup. We add richness by adding in almond butter which also provides a bit of protein.
Pancake day rolls around once a year, but that doesnt mean the only day of the year to have pancakes is on Shrove Tuesday. With that in mind we teamed up with our resident guest blogger to understand what makes a good pancake for him on Pancake day. But before we did, as usual we did a little research.
According to new research by food box company Gousto, pancakes are the dish that Brits struggle the most to make.
The three main issues they face are burning them, adjusting measurements to feed the right number of people and of course, making sure the first pancake doesn’t stick to the pan.
Breakfast as they say is the most important meal of the day after all It’s the way we break our fast. But if you are always on the go and lead a busy lifestyle, then it’s important to prepare your breakfast well in advance. Wave Sport and Fitness have put together some of our favourite recipes so you don’t have to.
Warning! Once you start preparing these as part of your regular morning routine, things will never be the same again.
Here are 5 for you to try.
Oats are packed with healthy nutrients; fiber, protein, magnesium, potassium, and omega 3 fatty acids among other things. More importantly, oats contain zero added sugar if you pay attention when shopping and read the labels (steer clear of the instant types). They can also be eaten in different ways, which makes them a bit of a “Power Food”, as we say here at Wave. Whether topped with almond butter, banana and honey or fresh fruit, raisins and cinnamon, the world’s your oyster when it comes to getting creative with breakfast.