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Monday, 21 September 2020

Food | Healthy Recipes For Autumn

Healthy Recipes


Autumn is officially here! I cannot tell you how excited I am that it's autumn, basically the best season for getting back into baking and making new things in the kitchen. The team at Erbology kindly sent out a package full of healthy products for me to try and make some goodies with. So this blog post will include a few products from their website which I will include in a few recipes. Scroll down to see what goodies we can make with Chia PowderAlmondsOrganic Bergamot Shots and Aronia Berry Energy Balls.

Healthy Recipes
Healthy Recipes

Fruit Smoothie with a Shot of Bergamot


Use a blender and add all of the below ingredients in:

  • 1x chopped banana 
  • A handful of chopped strawberries
  • A glass of fruit juice (apple or pineapple or orange)
  • A tablespoon of chia powder
  • A couple of scoops of soya yoghurt (depending on how thick you like your smoothies - this is optional)
  • 1x Bergamot shot
This is one way of getting in your fruit and a shot of bergamot.

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Orange & Carrot smoothie with Energy Balls


I found a brilliant healthy recipe on the Erbology website that themselves recommend when using the energy balls in smoothies:

  • Half a cup of oat/almond milk 
  • Half a cup of chopped carrots
  • 1x tbsp chopped ginger
  • 1x banana
  • 1x orange
  • 1 pack of Erbology energy balls
  • Top with a third of a teaspoon of chia seeds
You can of course just have these energy balls as a snack on their own.

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Honey & Cinnamon Roasted Almonds


Preheat the oven at 180 degrees or Gas Mark 4.
  • 2 cups raw almonds
  • 1 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tbsp honey or maple syrup
  • 1 tsp ground cinnamon
  • half tsp salt
In a mixing bowl or small bowl, add all the ingredients and stir together until all the almonds are coated. Can you smell the cinnamon? Good right?

Spread the almonds out on a baking tray, maybe use grease proof paper for this. Make sure they are all spread out and not on top of each other.

Bake in the oven for 10-12 minutes until the almonds are toasted and fragrant. Don't burn them like I did as I had the oven too high...whoops!

Let them cool a little and serve, or add them to pots for later on. They should last in the fridge in a plastic box for around 3-5 days.

This is a good little healthy snack to have and to add into a little plastic tub to take to work with you if you want to have a sweet treat without having to have a chocolate bar or something. But melting chocolate over these almonds is also a good idea. Thank me later...

Healthy Recipes
Healthy Recipes

Do you enjoy making healthy snacks? There's so many different ways you could use these ingredients, maybe in baking, like almond butter cookies - awesome by the way. Let me know if your enjoying the recipes I've been posting on my blog and if there's anything else you'd like to see. Check out my Vegan Shortbread Recipe here and also Vegan Lotus Biscoff Bars here.

*The items mentioned by Erbology were sent as PR samples for me to review. All opinions are my own, open and honest. Please refer to my disclaimer for more information.*

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