The whole family will love these super-easy recipes!
These hazelnut, pepita seed and medjool date energy balls are bite-sized hits of energy. The healthy snacks can be made and chilled for up to two weeks.
With bananas, egg whites, frozen berries, fresh dates, oats, coconut water, and chia seeds, this smoothie is full of protein & energy – perfect for mornings!
With only 15 minutes prep time, this slice is full of seeds, oats, goji berries, honey, dates, cashews and almonds. It's a great on-the-go energy boost!
Roll with this innovative way of serving sushi. This Japanese snack or light lunch has a gluten-free option, and using canned tuna, is budget-friendly!
This nutritious number makes a scrumptious snack at any time of the day. It's gluten-free and is prepped in just ten minutes. It's a great breakfast or snack.
With no-cooking needed, these nutty energy balls are sweetened by natural sugars in dates, maple syrup and dried apricots –they're a great snack to have stored.
A tempting and satisfying breakfast or snack, this loaf is packed with muesli, sugar-reduced cranberries and wholemeal flour. Best part, it's freezer-friendly!
Packed with protein, these chickpeas make for a delicious, low-fat snack. The moreish nibbles are seasoned with smoked paprika, ground cumin and coriander.
Love avocado? Mix some garlic, ginger, soy sauce and lemon juice, and have it with avocado as a snack! The simple & healthy, 5-ingredient recipe tastes great!
A healthy, vegan and gluten-free snack the kids will love. Full of vegies, spices and sesame seeds, it's a clever way to get kids eating their vegetables.
When you're after something to pick at but don't want to snack on anything too high in fat, this mix is great. With popcorn, pretzels, dried fruit and crackers.
These energy bars are packed with nuts and seeds. With puffed rice cereal and cocoa, they're dairy-free and don't need to be cooked (just chilled) - how easy!
Whip up a batch of these gluten-free chocolate and banana energy doughnuts at the start of the week and take into the office for a healthier treat alternative.
These muffins are dairy-free, nut-free and extremely yummy! These healthy baked muffins are great for school lunches.
Easy to make, these delicious energy-packed oat bars are an ideal snack.
A speedy, balanced breakfast of rye toast with homemade nut butter and juicy, colourful citrus fruit.
These nutrition-packed bakes are rich in healthy heart-healthy unsaturated fats. Enjoy the texture of dried fruit, seeds and cream cheese.
This no-churn frozen dessert is a great alternative to ice cream. Serve topped with crunchy banana chips.
Avocado on toast with smoked salmon and a tomato dressing – a recipe that's bound to give an energy hit at lunch or snack time.
When you're struggling with the afternoon lull, reach for an energy ball to see you through!
Sweet, healthy and no cooking required? Can't beat that!
Only three ingredients and ready in less than 5 minutes? Yes please!
These all-natural bars contain no added sugars (other than fruit) and are packed with nutrition. Perfect for hikes, long bike rides, and day trips.
Fuel up with a portable ball of energy that's sure to keep you moving all day long.