Making granola at home means you can control how much sugar and fat go in. You can also change up the ingredients to match what you have on hand.
This makes a great breakfast or snack. Serve it just like that, on its own; or with almond, rice, flax or soy milk and fresh blueberries. And because it’s macro-balanced, it’s perfect for post-exercise recovery.
Overnight oats are a quick, hands-off breakfast idea. Combine everything the night before and your breakfast is ready when you wake up. Bored of the same old thing? Homemade means you can change up the ingredients to match what you have on hand.
Training is hard on your body. What and when you eat can have an immediate effect on your recovery. The best way to refuel is with macro-balanced meals and snacks, meaning they contain a balance of carbohydrate, protein and healthy fat.
Looking for a new way to enjoy your greens? Try our tasty kale or swiss chard chips, a crunchy and spicy alternative to regular potato chips. Eat them as a snack or add them as a topping on your favourite main course.