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Can’t stop having tea & choc bikkies!! Help!

Posted anonymously, 25th June 2019

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  • Bananas and peanut butter are both filling and can be used to make smoothies.

  • It may help to prepare a bento style lunchbox for yourself with nuts, fruit, boiled egg, salads (prepare them in containers in the fridge), raw chocolate/date/nut balls, smoked corn, roasted flava beans / roasted chickpeas, strips of cheese, seeded bread or rolls with cheese lettuce and tomato etc

  • yoghurt, vegie sticks and hummus, fruit, a snack box with medjool dates hummus a few brown rice crackers some berries some protein so ham or chicken or turkey slices, cup a soup like hart and soul they are low cal and no additives

  • We have recently purchased the K Mart pie maker (4) pies and I have found I can make healthy quiches and Pies from leftovers and these not only stop you wasting food you can have a small pie and quench the hunger blues.

  • I make a batch of chocolate bliss balls with almonds, dates, cocoa, coconut oil, almond meal and peanut butter. It’s a perfect snack for when your in a rush or when you have a sweet craving – perfect with a cup of tea too :)

  • There’s lots of healthy slice recipes out there that taste great and hit that sweet spot. For example, I make a chocolate slice using weet bix. Or bliss balls are also great and can be made with lots of different ingredients and flavours.

  • Nuts are great snacks because they’re easy don’t need any preparation and are easy to store.

  • If you’re not allergic to nuts – then a handful of nuts goes a long way.

  • Try to make homemade healthy meusli bars they’re always fun to eat and super rewarding and instead of tea have green tea or hot water these things can be nice to have occasioanlly

  • You could always try almonds?

  • I have just sent in a healthy recipe for a pumpkin and baby spinach salad, great for snack and it gives you fabulous energy. Mix of nuts or rice crackers too.

  • I buy large yoghurt containers and divvy it up into smaller, snack size containers.
    You could make some protein balls with dates etc.
    Try making your own ‘healthy’bickies with banana, oats & a little peanut butter – check pinterest out for easy, quick snack recipes.
    Always have an apple/fruit sitting in easier reach than the unhealthy things, it makes it harder to get to.

  • I’ve been enjoying some yoghurt.

  • Pork crackle

  • Haha. I love nuts, but I have to stop, too many & I’ll be on the toilet. Honestly I get sugary snacks out of the house & keep stocked on seasonal fruit. I also love corn thins with peanut butter. It’s like salty nutty popcorn without the kernels getting stuck in your teeth.

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