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Here’s Some Clean Recipes If You Struggle With What To Eat

Following my previous article about clean eating, I have gathered some yummy clean recipes, from some of my lovely friends and readers, if you're still sat there thinking what the hell can I eat.   Courtesy of Abby


Following my previous article about clean eating, I have gathered some yummy clean recipes, from some of my lovely friends and readers, if you’re still sat there thinking what the hell can I eat.


Courtesy of Abby Frew
Abbey’s Sweet Potato, Broccoli and Chilli Fritters

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You will need:
One large sweet potato
One broccoli head
One medium sized fresh chilli
One red onion
Two cloves of garlic

Peel and chop the sweet potato and boil in a pan for 15 minutes Add the chopped broccoli and boil for another 10 minutes Finely chop garlic and chilli Chop onion Drain boiled broccoli and sweet potato and lightly crush. Add in garlic, chilli and onion and lightly crush again with a masher. Roll up mixture and make into patties, heat coconut oil in a pan and shallow fry the patties for 10-12 minutes. Serve patties with a side salad of spinach, tomato and hummus.


Courtesy of Jackie Liddle
Jackie’s Cous Cous Medley

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You will need:
Five asparagus spears
Eight King prawns (properly cleaned and de-veined)
Butternut sqaush
Kidney beans

Pour the water over the couscous, cover with tight lid and leave it for a couple minutes to absorb the water. Season the couscous with some salt and freshly ground black pepper. Add a finely sliced red chilli. Dice and roast the butternut squash for about 15 minutes and then add to the couscous together with the kidney beans. Dry griddle the asparagus. Add some chilli oil to the king prawns and marinate. Remove the asparagus from the pan, add the kind prawns and cook for 2-3 minutes. Serve the couscous topped with asparagus topped with the prawns.


Courtesy of Holly Nelstrop at Fruitloop Foodie (follow Holly at Fruitloop Foodie for some more delicious, clean and healthy recipes)
Holly’s Loaded Sweet Potato (Serves 2 people)


You will need:
Potato and Toppings:
two sweet potatoes, washed and pricked
400g tin chickpeas, drained (100g for the topping 300g for the hummus)
Olive oil
1 tbsp paprika
1 tsp cumin or cumin seeds
1 medium onion, diced
1 large handful cherry tomatoes, halved
1 small red pepper, diced

Almond Milk Hummus Sauce: *
300g chickpeas
1 clove garlic
1 tbsp paprika
2 tbsp tahini
Olive oil
1/2 juice of a lemon
50ml unsweetened almond milk
Freshly torn basil to serve

*you may decide to buy pre-made hummus and just loosen it with a little almond milk rather than making your own.
Pre-heat the oven to 200°C and bake the sweet potatoes until soft, this will vary due to size but should take about an hour. Put 100g of chickpeas into a small oven proof dish and drizzle over a little olive oil and top with the spices. Mix until all the chickpeas are coated before placing in the oven for 30 minutes. Once cooked these can be removed and left to one side until serving. In another oven dish, mix together the onion, tomatoes and red pepper before pouring over a little olive oil. Season with black pepper and place in the oven for 20 minutes. Stir once during cooking.

To make the sauce, place the remaining chickpeas, garlic, paprika, tahini, a good drizzle of oil and the lemon juice into a small food processor and blitz until combined. You may need to add more oil until you achieve the consistency of hummus. Add the almond milk in small amounts, mixing in between each addition until your sauce is runny and pourable.

Cut open your sweet potatoes length ways and place on plates. Pour over the roasted vegetables and chickpeas before adding the sauce. Finally, top with some freshly torn basil and serve.


Sweet Potato Crust Quiche
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(Quantaties vary on the size of your cooking dish. Serves 3-4 people)
You will need:
2 Sweet potatoes
Red Pepper
2 Salmon fillets
4 eggs
2 egg whites
Handful of green beans
1/2 a cup of milk
Salt, pepper and paprika seasonings
Coconut oil spray

Peel your sweet potatoes and cut in to thin slices. Coat your cooking dish with coconut oil spray and layer the dish with the slices of your sweet potato. Bake your slices of sweet potatoes for 20 minutes at 180°. Spray a frying pan with your coconut oil spray and cook your onions red peppers and green beans. In another bowl mix together your 1/2 a cup of milk, your salt, pepper and paprika seasonings and your 4 eggs, and 2 egg whites. Whisk together until all combined nicely. Once the sweet potato slices are done, take them out of the oven and cover with your peppers and onions etc, then top them with your egg mixture. Cut up your salmon fillets and put in to chunks on top of the egg mixture. Bake for 35 minutes at 190°.


Courtesy of Annabel Taylor (you can follow her at Annabel Eats on Instagram for more yum recipes)
Annabel’s Healthy High Protein Waffles

annabel waffles
You will need:
35g Oats
2 egg whites
1 sachet of options hot chocolate or 1 scoop of chocolate/vanilla protein powder
30g natural yoghurt
Choice of toppings
Coconut oil spray

Blitz all of the ingredients in a blender. Allow waffle maker to heat up and then spray with your coconut oil spray/ Pour the waffle mixture onto the waffle maker, making sure there enough space for the waffles to expand. Leave for about 3-4 minutes or until cooked and plate the waffles up. Add your choice of toppings. I like banana and honey!


See?! Even though you’re dedicating yourself to a cleaner way of living it doesn’t mean that you still can’t have amazing and delicious food. It’s all about keeping it simple with your ingredients, going back to basics, but keeping it simple doesn’t necessarily mean you can’t experiment and combine them all together to create something lush! Be imaginative and be creative, it doesn’t have to be boring by any stretch of the imagination. There are plenty of people out their on the web willing to show you how to cook and eat clean. You can follow some of the guys here that have shared their recipes with us.

Fruitloop Foodie – http://fruitloopfoodie.com/
Annabel Eats on Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/annabeleats/



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