Chia seeds, avocado and eating clean!


Hey Lovelies!

I really enjoy eating clean and experimenting with healthy recipes. There are endless possibilities to be creative with healthy and raw ingredients and I love trying out new things. I haven’t really posted any recipes in ages and this is something I really want to start doing more. I wrote about the two ingredient pancakes way back in October when I first started blogging (you should definitely try these btw) and I would love to start writing about this kind of thing again.

I had planned to try out a vegan lifestyle for a few weeks this year but I always put it off due to events/meals out which would make maintaing a vegan diet extremely difficult. I’ve realised there is never going to be a perfect stretch of time where I can be completely in control of what I eat so here is my new plan.

I am going to be travelling around quite a bit in the next few weeks. I always find that when I am out and about, keeping on track of healthy eating becomes much more difficult. A lot of restaurants do not hold back on oil and full fat cream/milk etc. in order to make their food as tasty as possible. Although this is fine every once in a while I do not want to be eating these sorts of dishes for a prolonged length of time. So whilst I find myself flying all over the country during the next few weeks, I intend to seek out healthy cafes/restaurants and I will be writing about this journey as I go. I have had my eye on a few places already, The Wild Food Cafe for example (I’ve been wanting to go here in forever!). I’m so excited for this journey!

Here are a few of the healthy and delicious things that I have been eating recently:


I tried out lots of juices using all sorts of different combinations of fruit, vegetables and yoghurts at the Currys Introjuicing event a few weeks back. Just this morning I purchased  my very own Active Blend from Amazon after hearing so many good things about it from fellow bloggers on twitter. I can’t wait to try it out and be sure to check in for reviews, recipes and more! I love how easy it looks to use and clean and it was only £20!


At the Reon Rave event we ate chocolate protein balls (massive thumbs up) and drank green smoothies (thumbs down… I need some sweetness in my drinks). I was also introduced to Chia seeds. They were added to the yoghurt and granola mixture creating an extremely healthy breakfast. I was told I would either love it or hate it due to their jelly-like texture. It is safe to say that I absolutely loved it! Hence my next pic…


Ever since trying Chia seeds at the Reon Rave, I have been googling recipes, images, information etc… infact I have become quite fascinated with their endless possibilities. I decided it was time to get some of my own. At £5 something for 250g they are pretty expensive but I’m hoping that the bag will go a long way. Last night I added a tablespoon of the seeds to 200g or so of low fat natural yoghurt and left it covered in the fridge over night as instructed. This morning I then added granola, banana, blueberries and a generous helping of honey and voila!! It was so delicious 😀




I am on a bit of an avocado hype at the moment. Last weekend when I was home I made THEE most delicious brunch. Avocado and poached egg on toast – absolute perfection. If that last picture isn’t the definition of #yolkporn then I don’t know what is!


5. I told you I was a bit obsessed with avocado… I had been contemplating making baked egg and avocado for ages after seeing people rave about it on instagram and twitter but I was really worried that I wouldn’t enjoy the texture. After getting over this I went ahead and made it. I can confirm that this is an absolute treat!! You just need to make sure that you scoop out a tbsp or so of the avocado before cracking the egg into it (I didn’t and there was a bit of an over flow situation…) anyway, as long as you remember to do that all that is needed is 10-15 mins in the oven, a sprinkling of seasoning and you’re good to go! I like to eat it with tomatoes too 🙂

So there are a few examples of the kinds of dishes I want to start making/eating and blogging about. I can’t wait to try out some new restaurants and cafes in Leeds/London/Manchester etc and I will be letting you know how I get on!!

Have you tried Chia seeds? Baked egg in avocado?

Can you recommend any good cafes/restaurants that serve the kind of thing I am after? I’d love to know! Please do link me to any good recipes you’ve tried out as well 🙂

That’s all for now. Lots of love,



    • 14th February 2015 / 9:51 pm

      Isn’t it yummy! Yes you should! I will have a look 🙂 xx

  1. 14th February 2015 / 10:30 pm

    chia seeds so healthy choice, you can put it to almost everything and i like ur easy but yummy option 🙂 xx

    • 14th February 2015 / 10:54 pm

      Yes! They are so easy to add to so many things… I can’t wait to experiment with them more 🙂 xxx

  2. 16th February 2015 / 2:26 pm

    Reblogged this on Only The Best Things and commented:
    Love this! Great ideas if you’re on a health kick…my favourite is egg and avocado on toast #yolkporn is about right!

    • 16th February 2015 / 3:18 pm

      Egg and avocado on toast is so yum!!

      • 16th February 2015 / 3:41 pm

        Try a slice of brown toast, small bed of baby spinach leaves, a poached egg, sprinkling of cheddar and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar. . . It’s gorgeous !

        • 16th February 2015 / 5:10 pm

          Ooh that just sounds absolutely divine!! Balsamic vinegar is the perfect addition! Thanks, I will definitely give that a try! xx

          • 16th February 2015 / 5:11 pm

            Let me know what you think- it’s a personal fave of mine x

  3. 16th February 2015 / 10:34 pm

    I always contemplate going vegan but life really does get in the way, I think I might try eat vegan like 90% of the time (so when I’m in control of my own food) and vegetarian the rest, like when I’m out for food or something 🙂 I really want to get an Active Blend, let me know how you get on with it!

    India / Touchscreens & Beautyqueens

    • 16th February 2015 / 10:55 pm

      Yeah it is something that is hard to maintain when you’re going out etc. Sounds like a good plan! That’s the kind of thing I am aiming for. I used it for the first time this morning and I loved it! I’ll be writing up some posts about it in the next few weeks 🙂 x

  4. 18th February 2015 / 10:12 am

    this post is exactly what i need! I’m really trying to eat clean at the moment, it has so many benefits but every now and then i really crave chocolate…i need a replacement! I recently got that blender and thought I’d also introduce you to ‘flax’ seed, it’s ground up nuts and adds a great source of protein to your smoothie/juice! I use one dried table spoon, it doesn’t taste nutty in the drink though 🙂 xx

    • 18th February 2015 / 10:31 am

      I know the feeling about craving chocolate!! Ooh yes, I have heard about Flax seeds but I don’t really know anything about them…. this sis really useful thank you 🙂 I think I might try and get myself some! xxx

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