Great post workout or as a quick breakfast. This is brimming with anti-oxidants and just bursting with Vitamin C. I always have frozen summer berries to hand as they're an amazing source of vitamins. Containing red currants and blackcurrants they add a gorgeous tangy to my favourite protein smoothies and available all year round. The Greek Yoghurt contains plenty post workout protein to fuel muscle repair and growth and adds a wonderful creaminess without the need for a whey protein powder.
This is very low carb - with a little fructose from the berries and pomegranate and a tiny bit of lactose in the yoghurt. I always avoid 'added' sugars like honey or agarve nectar and chose Stevia which has zero impact on blood sugar levels.
Juice and Pips of 1 Pomegranate
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This recipe is so super simple that I can hardly call it a recipe. Many of my favourite meals are assembly jobs and they're a hit with clients too who want delicious, elegant, quick suppers without the effort.
This breakfast bircher is an absolute family favourite and a real hit with our clients. There's something comforting about doing the prep the night before - which literally take 2 minutes - and waking up to beautifully prepared pots of gorgeousness. This mini meal will really set you up for the morning and tide you over until your mid morning snack. The Total Greek gives it a wonderful dose of protein and just a tiny amount of soaked oats some very gentle and soft slow release carbohydrate.
I'd consider these a moderate protein, low carb meal so add a slice of toast with peanut butter or eggs if you're not trying to lose body fat. If that's too much, add my sugar-free hot chocolate which you can even decant and take on the school run or walk to tube.
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