Staying on Track in January

Hello everyone,

Over the past two weeks I’ve been trying my best to be as healthy as possible but I have definitely found not snacking the hardest part. Does anyone else find meals quite easy to keep healthy but snacks nearly impossible!?! When all you really want to do is reach for the chocolate bar or have a cup of tea WITH biscuits nothing seems to come close.

I’ve tried quite a few products this month which have helped me keep on track and still hit my sugar cravings (in a more healthy way than a dairy milk bar!) which I thought I would share with you.

frozrn yog

Frozen Yoghurt– I absolutely love having this and will often have this as a dessert on the weekend as a treat. I added some chopped berries and a sprinkle of (protein) granola for extra crunch and it tastes amazing! I used protein granola as I’m trying to add it in wherever I can.

Pip and Nut – Peanut Butter– with an apple

Pip and Nut is my ultimate favourite peanut butter. I’ve tried so many but this one is the best (in my opinion). I also love the fact it’s palm oil free and goes well with so many other things, especially with apple.

Fage Total 0% Yoghurt– I have one of these nearly every day, they taste great and come in a number of different flavours (my favourite is the raspberry and pomegranate). The reason these make such a great snack is because they’re filling, have no fat and have around 15g of protein (yay!).

Fibre one (Chocolate Fudge Brownie)– These are probably the least healthy out of the snacks but they  stop my sweet cravings the most. I like to think they’re still a better alternative than me eating a chocolate bar or ten custard cremes (although that is definitely what I’d rather have). Plus they only have 90 calories… WIN.

Along with… Metcalfe’s Skinny Popcorn, nuts (unsalted cashews & almonds) and protein shakes which I will be doing a post about in the future.

Please let me know if you have any healthy snacks! I’m always interested.

Love,

Becky xo

 

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