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Healthy slow cooker recipes for busy families

healthy slow cooker recipes

I resisted a slow cooker for a long time: I just did not want another big appliance sitting unused on my kitchen worktop. Finally, I gave a chance to it and my slow cooker has proved that I was wrong. To be honest, I just fell in love with it. A good slow cooker helps you to provide healthy and delicious meals to your family with a minimum effort. Basically, it gives you free time, lots of free time,- and no guilty conscious: home-made family meals are sorted.

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The biggest healthy food secret

Healthy food

Do you know the feeling of enthusiasm when you decide, yes I am going to eat only healthy food in the rest of my life… and is familiar the recognition that you are following the old bad eating habits again just two weeks after your vow?

Why some people can eat healthily and why others fail? What is the secret of sustaining a healthy diet?

 

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Healthy breakfast: quick sugar-free oat buns

morning oat buns

If you would like to eat a bit more protein, or have a gluten-free breakfast – or you just run out of bread… these little oat buns are here to help you.

I don’t let you down: a really quick recipe again, 5 minutes mixing and 12 minutes baking and the smell of these delicious fresh buns attract the whole family to the morning table. 🙂

I guarantee you will save these recipes into the family cookbook 🙂

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15+1 no-carb snack ideas for busy mums

strawberries

Do you know the feeling when you cannot focus, you lose control and the only thing what you can think of is eating something high calorie and filling?

If you think that a biscuit or a small piece of chocolate is the only way to keep up your sugar level on your busy day, read this list.

I have collected these snack ideas for myself because in a rush I just do not have time to think about healthy options – and I am prone to reach for a piece of … well, anything could do what is sugary or high-carb.

Okay, – you may say, – but when I have the time for snacking? And why would I eat more times when I want to less?

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