16 Healthy Meal Inspirations ♡ Come dine with Mollie | Part 1

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Up until probably a year ago, I didn’t have any control over my diet and I was forever crash dieting.  
I.e. cutting all the bad stuff out completely then giving up a few days or weeks later and binging.
As we all know, crash dieting is NOT GOOD FOR YOU.

It’s only through small and realistic changes that I have got my diet to the way it is now. My taste buds have slowly adapted and I way prefer what I’m eating now and the way I’m feeling after.
HEALTHY EATING ISN’T BORING. Don’t worry – I used to say exactly the same.
I would honestly never force myself to eat something that i didn’t like just because its healthy. So trust me on this one.
The reason I found it hard to eat healthy?
I had no idea what to cook. I had vegetables in my fridge but no idea what to do with them.
Now, I’m not claiming to have a perfect diet AT ALL, I’m not even trained in fitness or nutrition but I do know that using fresh ingredients and staying away from processed foods and sugars is the way forward to a better body, mind and attitude.
I’m very lucky that two of my best friends are health angels and I’m friends with many more, so they inspire my choices quite a lot.
Some #fitspo’s to follow on instagram for food ideas:
– Han and Em @twicethehealth
– Tally @cleanfitlifestyle
– Zanna @zannavandijk
– Alice @clean_eating_alice
16 IDEAS TO GET YOU STARTED:

1. Sweet potato, lentil and carrot shepherd’s pie (View my recipe here)
2. Pan fried salmon and tuna with green beans, peas mashed with mint and spring onion, sweet potato and carrot mash, and asparagus.
3. Courgetti (you can buy my spiralizer here – £15.99) topped with pesto, pine nuts and parmesan.
4. Feta, butternut squash, plum tomato and courgette omelette topped with chopped avocado on top.

5. Oven poached chicken with herbs on a bed of ratatouille (mushrooms, peppers and chopped tomatoes) and courgetti (you can buy my spiralizer here – £15.99).
6. Feta Omlette with pan cooked courgette + tomatoes, avocado and broccoli.
Comment below if you’d like me to post this recipe! 
8. Vegetable omelette with chopped tomatoes on top (fry off any vegetables you have in a pan, whisk 2 eggs and pour over top to cook.
10. Lean Turkey mince pie with sweet potato, feta and carrot mash.
Leave me a comment below if you’d like me to post the recipe!
11. Tomato omelette with chopped avocado.
12. COURGETTI! I know this isn’t a meal in itself, but it’s just worth its own spot. Steam it for 5 minutes until soft or eat raw. Use as a pasta substitute! (you can buy my spiralizer here – £15.99).

13. Cacao porridge topped with cacao nibs, chia seeds, goji berries and mixed nuts. (When sometimes you want something filling but sweet).
14. Homemade Meatballs
Comment below if you’d like me to post the recipe!
15. The meatballs with courgetti.
16. Butternut squash, spinach, pea and kale frittata with chopped tomatoes on the side.
Comment below if you’d like me to post the recipe!
Oh and one more that i’m eating right now…
Peppered rocket salad with puy lentils, avocado, roasted sweet potato, peppers, beetroot and feta 🙂 YUM.
SOME GOODIES YOU MUST TRY:
– Meridian 100% Crunchy Peanut butter – Buy here
– Porridge Oats – buy in supermarket OBV.
– Chia Seeds – Buy here 
– Cocoa Nibs – Buy here
– PB2 (powdered peanut butter – 85% less fat) – Buy here
– Whole Earth Peanut butter with sunflower, flax and pumpkin seeds – Cheapest to buy in Tesco / local supermarket
Let me know if you liked this post?!
Never done a health one before 🙂
Leave me a comment below and let me know!
Also if you have any other ideas / requests? I’m thinking of doing a ‘snack ideas’ ‘breakfast ideas’ ‘sweet treat ideas’?
Thank you for reading, lots of love…
Mollie xoxo
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