This 7 day guide is here to help anyone who has something coming up, from a holiday to a wedding, or if you’re simply heading out over the weekend with friends and want to feel amazing for it.
- 200ml almond milk or nut milk/milk of your choice
- 20g gluten free oats
- 1 tbsp. Lucy Bee Drinking Chocolate/Lucy Bee Cacao Powder
- Optional: to sweeten, either 1 tsp. Lucy Bee Cinnamon Powder; 20g pitted dates; 1 tsp. honey; or coconut sugar
- Add all ingredients to a blender and blitz.
- Heat for 2-3 minutes until your preferred temperature, be careful not to burn
Nutritional information: gluten free, wheat free, dairy free, lactose free, vegetarian
Random fact: Get some fresh air – This is so important for general wellbeing and health. It’s amazing what a walk in the fresh air can do for your mind, especially in this crazy busy life. For an added bonus, grab a friend or two and have a good catch up while walking!
- 200g regular tofu (not silken), cut into bite-sized squares
- ½ green or red chilli, sliced
- 40g ginger, peeled and cubed
- ½ lime, juiced
- 20ml tamari
- 15ml rice wine vinegar
- Corn flour, for dusting
- 1 tbsp. Lucy Bee Coconut Oil
- 5ml sesame oil
- A small pinch of sesame seeds
- A small pinch of chilli flakes, for an extra kick
- Cover the tofu in kitchen towel to drain out the water (this can take between 10 – 30 mins), until the tofu is completely dry to the touch. It helps to place something heavy on top too, such as a plate.
- Prepare your marinade by mixing together the chilli, ginger, lime juice, tamari and rice wine vinegar, then set aside.
- Once the tofu is ready, throw away the kitchen towel, cut the tofu into equal sized squares and dust in the corn flour.
- Melt the Lucy Bee Coconut Oil in a frying pan over a medium heat, add the tofu and cook evenly on each side. Once it is slightly golden, add the marinade.
- Continue to cook on a medium to high heat for 5-10 minutes until the marinade caramelises and the tofu is cooked through. Stir in the sesame oil.
- Sprinkle with sesame seeds and chilli flakes.
- Serve with vegetables, rice or rice noodles and toppings of your choice – I like spring onion and coriander.
Nutritional Information – Gluten Free, Wheat Free, Lactose Free, Dairy Free, Vegan, Vegetarian
Beauty tip of the day; A cupful of Epsom/Dead Sea/Himalayan salt in the bath for 15-20 minutes helps with muscle aches and pains, water retention and it’s also very detoxifying. Add a teaspoon of coconut oil to make your skin feel silky smooth.
Ingredients (serves 4)
- 4 chicken breasts cut into bite-sized pieces
- 2 tsp. sweet smoked paprika
- Pinch of ground cumin
- 1 tbsp. Lucy Bee Coconut Oil, melted
- Juice of one lime
- 1 red pepper cut into thin strips
- 1 red onion finely sliced
- Freshly ground black pepper
- 8 lettuce leaves, whole
- To serve, cheese, natural yoghurt, guacamole, optional
- Put the chicken pieces into a bowl or plastic Ziploc bag. Add the paprika, cumin, lime juice, black pepper and melted Lucy Bee Coconut Oil and stir to coat. If in a bag, it’s easier to “massage” into the chicken. Leave to marinate for 10 minutes or longer if you have the time.
- Melt 2 tbsp. Lucy Bee Coconut Oil in a large frying pan. Add the chicken and fry until the chicken is cooked. Put the chicken into an oven-proof dish and keep warm until ready to serve.
- Fry the onions, then the peppers until cooked.
- To Serve – Make up your fajita by adding chicken, onion and peppers along with grated cheese, tomatoes, guacamole or natural yoghurt to suit your taste.
Nutritional information: gluten free, wheat free
Drink of the day: Warm water with lemon. For an extra healthy twist, add ginger or mint.
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