Don't let Breakfast be an afterthought

Breakfast can sometimes be the meal that we easily forget about as we think we don't have time to make something, however we need to fuel our body for the day ahead! This is a great, simple and quick idea that can be made up the day before so its literally just grab and go. I will normally use the following Greek yogurt 1tbsp Honey A handful of pumpkin seeds 1 cup of frozen berries This will easily fill me up until lunch time and due to it been placed in a Tupperware box means i can eat it on the go if needs be. Hope you enjoy

Be adventurous with your food!

As I have written previously, Meal prepping is an amazing tool when it comes to keeping a check on what you are eating and making life that little bit easier on a busy day and helping to hit you’re goals. However, it is nice to mix things up a little, sometimes mixing flavours up a bit can make all the difference to enjoying your food. Yes food is fuel but we don’t want it to be boring or just become a habit, we should be enjoying flavours etc. After a really good session at the gym the other evening I decided to go home, relax and enjoy something a bit different for tea. I stuck to my target and stayed within my macro’s but went away from the grilled chicken and broccoli etc. This meal was

New Weeks Workout.

For this workout you might need a bit of out door space and a dinning room chair. E1) Goblet Squat (hold Baby in secure position in front of you) 3x14 E2) Single Leg Step ups (back straight use a stool or chair) 3x18 E3) Burpees 3x20 ~ rest for 60 seconds and repeat. E1) Press ups 4x15 E2) Shoulder Press 4x10 (use tins and go really slow) ~ rest 90 seconds and repeat. E1) Side Plank, Plank, Side Plank. 30 30 30 seconds repeat x3

Easy peasy baked quinoa bites

These are super tasty, easy to make and can be used as a snack or a side dish Be adventurous with your flavors Baked Quinoa chilli, cheese and spinach 1 3/4 cup Cooked Quinoa 1 Large egg 1/2 cup grated mozzarella 1 cup shredded spinach 1 red chilli - diced Place all ingredients in to a bowl and mix until the egg binds everything together. Using a tablespoon or ice cream scoop create ball shapes and place in a bun/muffin tray. Place in oven and cook at around 200 degrees, checking regularly until golden brown. Quinoa is also a great source of protein!

Super tasty banana bread baked oatmeal

This is so easy to make and can be frozen. Once cooled cut into squares and enjoy! Serves 4-6 so ideal for meal prep and for an on the go snack for you busy mums. Ingredients 3 large bananas, 1 cup of milk, 1 egg, 2 tsp vanilla extract, 150g rolled oats, 0.5 tsp baking powder, 0.5 tsp baking soda How to... Set oven to 180 degrees, line 8x8inch baking dish with baking paper. Mash bananas and add egg, milk and vanilla. Add in dry ingredients and stir. Leave to soak for 15 mins. Pour oatmeal into baking dish and bake for 30-40 minutes. Frozen berries can also be added to this and also for a protein kick, try adding some protein powder to the mix Book your PramFit Class Check out our other recip

"I hate diets...I just love food and wine to much"

When I found out I was pregnant with Harriet I was already in the mind set of eating well and training daily following my strict regime for my wedding. When my wedding day came I was over the moon, I had reached my goals and was the fittest, slimest and healthiest I had been since my 20s!!! This gave me the motivation to continue the training and obviously the healthy eating for myself and now of course Harriet, 7 months in I got to a point I had enough and just wanted to chill and eat CAKE and I mean I had CAKE most days, I was pregnant and thought what the hell!! Once Harriet had arrived and following a few months recovery (I had to have a C section) I was totally fed up about my figure,

Meal Prep!

Sometimes life can get in the way of making the right choices when it comes to food, but meal prepping can help when your busy and have little time to cook each night. I like to keep it quick and simple but at the same time knowing I am getting what I need with my nutrition. Tupperware is your friend and bulk cooking a meal on a Sunday can then mean you have an easier few days ahead when you can throw something in the microwave! I love to season some chicken and have this with veggies!! Be adventurous with flavours!!

September Free Workouts

So for this week's workout all you will need is yourself. Really simple find yourself a small 5/10 meter space and do as follows... • 10m Burpee to bunny hop • 12 Jumping Lunges • 10m Burpee to Bunny Hop • 10 Press ups 1* minute rest, Repeat 4 times. After this we have a ladder Pick 2 of these 4 exercise and complete each exercise from 10 to 1 (10 reps then, 9 then, 8,7,6...,3,2,1) times as fast as you can. • Squat jumps • Leg Raise (partial especially if recovering from a c-section) • Press ups • Hip Taps (plank on hands)