This week I could chose what we ate for dinner for once. Although my family thinks differently about it, I think that heatlhy eating can be at least just as delicious. That’s why I chose a bit heatlhier variant of chili con carne. And you know what? My family even liked it! (except my dad but I think that’s just on principle, haha).
The macros for one portion with one wrap are: 575kcal 37p/72c/14f
What do you need (for two persons)
1 clove of garlic
175 grams ground chicken
2 teaspoons paprica powder
1 teaspoon nutmeg
1 teaspoon pili pili herbs
200 grams kidney beans
Wraps or couscous
How do you prepare it?
Cut the onion and the tomatoes in pieces and press the garlic.
Bake the onion and the garlic until they are starting to colour.
Add the ground chicken, the paprica powder, the nutmeg and the pili pili herbs and bake the whole until the ground chicken is not pink anymore.
Add the tomatoes, the kidney beans and the white beans.
Let the chili stew for about half an hour. Stir from time to time
Add pepper and salt to taste.
Mix evertything well and put the lid on it.
Serve the chili eventual with wraps or couscous. Personally, I think it’s most delicious with a wrap. If you want the chili a bit more spicy like me, put a bit of sambal on it.
In this blogpost I will teach you how to make a pineapple cashew smoothie. I came up with the recipe myself. It is very easy and quick. I mostly eat it as a snack but you can also take it for breakfast.
What do you need?
250ml (8.5 oz) cashew milk (I used the one from Alpro)
125 grams (4.5 oz) of frozen pineapple pieces
25 grams (1 scoop) vanilla protein powder (do you want more information on which you can use best? Send me a message!)
How do you make it?
Put everything in the blender
Well, that’s it. I told you it was easy, right? If you want it to be less thick/more fluid, you can add some more cashew milk. Hopefully you like too!
Today the first healthy recipe with chicken. Tortilla with chicken and Mexican greens mix. A very useful recipe for when you don’t have much time and you can also make it for more days very easily, like I do sometimes to spare some time.
What do you need? (Recipe for 2 people)
200 grams (7 oz) chicken
400 grams (14 oz) Mexican greens from Albert Heijn (you can make this yourself but it will take some more time. The mix contains leek, French beans, kidney beans, corn, red pepper and white cabbage)
How do you make it?
Slice the chicken.
Put some olive oil in a frying pan (much healthier than butter).
Cook the chicken until it’s not pink on the outside anymore. You can add some chicken herbs if you want to.
Add the greens mix, put the stove lower and put a cover on the frying pan. Stir from time to time. When the greens mix shrank enough, it’s ready.
Take a tortilla and serve! I always add some soy sauce but don’t take too much because it has a strong taste!
I hope you like it. Let me know if you would make it!