Our top 6 Healthy Eating Food Blogs

Below is a roundup of some my favourite healthy eating food blogs where I love to look through recipes, admire the photography and pick up some healthy eating tips along the way. These blogs are great for getting out of a cooking rut and to try rustling up something new. Blogs are listed in no particular order

The Little Green Spoon 

Irish girl Indy Power has created a beautiful website showcasing recipes aiming to pack in as much nutritional goodness as possible.

Deliciously Ella

This blog is great for recipes although you may end up spending an hour perusing through the rest of the website. Almost like on an online magazine

The Sprouted Kitchen 

if you‘re a veggie who loves to cook this is the site for you. The Sprouted Kitchen has an endless amount of inspiring recipes and amazing photography to accompany it.

Hemsley + Hemsley 

When you’re looking to up your game in the kitchen and impress the neighbours during your next dinner party this is the site for you. Big on using a spiralizer

The Model Foodie

Lovely photography and great recipes using simple “everyday foods” that won’t leave you googling what the product actually is or scouring health food stores.

This shrimp taco recipe looks too good not to share and has left me craving these for the day.

Natural Born Feeder

Roz Purcells’ blog will leave you wondering why you ever bought a pack of biscuits when you can rustle up your own guilt free versions just as easily. Caution you may want to sign up to the next triathlon after visiting this site. Guilt free muffins anyone?

Roisin Hogan launches new low calorie ready meal with Nature’s Best

Nature’s Best are delighted to have partnered up with Roisin Hogan from the “BBC Apprentice”, to develop and launch an exciting new chilled ready meal range that will change your thoughts on healthy eating.

Roisin tucking into some HiRo Noodles

Roisin tucking into some HiRo Noodles

Made using Konjac, a plant based fibre that is shaped into noodles as the main component means stodgy carbohydrates and their associated high calories are eliminated without compromising on taste and satisfaction. This coupled with the addition of fresh vegetables and the culinary expertise of our In house product development team means you get to have the best of both worlds; all the indulgence of a take away without any of the guilt.

  • Less than 200 Calories

  • Low in Sugar

  • High in Protein

  • Virtually Carb free

HiRo noodles will be coming to a Supervalu near you this August; perfect timing to help keep you looking bikini body ready right through until Christmas.

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