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Winter Wellness Group

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I’ve started a new program and I want you to join me!

Core de Force is an MMA inspired fitness program you can do in your living room!

Don’t waste your time holding off for the new year to get started on better health and fitness.

WHAT DO YOU GET?

so much…

•10+ workouts you can do from anywhere, no equipment needed!

•simple to follow meal plan with yummy recipes like chicken pesto quesedillas, greek turkey burger and so much more!

•30 day supply of my favourite plant based SUPERFOOD shakes with a vegan option �

•30 day access to Beachbody on Demand where you can stream hundreds of workouts from yoga, to HIIT classes.

•the start to your healthiest year EVER! I’m loving my results so far and I know you will too!!

If you’re interested in joining me please shoot me a message or contact me here!!

Join me HERE

Im only a week in, but here is my 6 day progress!! Amazing right?!

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Meal prep: meatball lettuce wraps 

Hey guys!

I know most people cringe when the phrase ‘meal prep’ is mentioned. Ive really started loving my food prep time. I’m not a natural cook, but this gives me a good opportunity to be a little creative, and to take care of my family for the week. 

I’ve chosen Sunday’s and Wednesday’s for my food prep nights. Tonight I premade turkey meatballs and put them in lettuce wraps to go. 
Ingredients 

Meatballs;

Ground turkey, chilli peppers, rolled oats, chopped onions, eggs, Worcestershire sauce, soya sauce, garlic

Combine all ingredients in a bowl, preheat over to 400.

Roll meat into balls and line on baking sheet

Cook for around 20 minutes or until cooked through. 

Lettuce wrap;

Pick a nice big leafy green

Sautée peppers and onions for 3-5 minutes 

Add vege to lettuce

Add meatball and cover with spicy Thai sauce 
*on the side you can also add pico and cheese (that’s what I did) 😊😊

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Chicken burrito bowl

You guys…this recipe is amazing and perfect for meal prep.

Don’t be frightened by how long my instructions are, I promise guys…it’s so easy and delicious. I almost ate all the chicken before putting it away.

Ingredients

Chicken

Salsa

Rice

Peppers

Red onion

Cheese

Pico

Hot sauce



Cooking instructions 

Line cooking tray with tin foil and preheat the oven to 400

Chop onion and peppers

Put chicken and vegetables in cooking tray

Drizzle olive oil and mix veges

Sprinkle salt and pepper on vegetables and cover both sides of the chicken with taco seasoning or Baha seasoning

Pour salsa on top of chicken

Bake for 25-30 minutes

While baking I added rice, shredded cheddar and pico to containers

Once chicken is cooked let it cool, slide and add chicken and Veges to containers!


Voila !

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Chocolate Protein Pudding 

Ingredients
1 regular or box sugar-free, fat-free instant pudding chocolate

2 scoops protein powder (I used my Shakeology vegan chocolate) 

3 cups skim milk
(Sometimes I’ll use 1.5 c regular and .5 c chocolate milk🙈😉)


Cooking directions

Place first three ingredients in a large bowl and whisk until starting to thicken

Pour into 6 dessert cups, or mini mason jars) 

Refrigerate until set

Garnish with fresh fruit or nuts

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Candied Citrus Peels

I love to juice and have been longing for a good recipe to use the biproducts (although composting isn’t the worst option), I wanted to be able to use all of the fruit. A lot of studies suggest the rind of fruits hold the most (or a lot) of fruits nutrients, so naturally I was excited to find a recipe that uses the rinds.

For the recipe you need:

1 orange

1 grapefruit

2 lemons

Water

2cups sugar (plus sugar for coating)

Chocolate (option)

Coconut (option)
Directions:

Pick fruit with minimal bruising, wash and slice through the peel to the fruit lengthwise four or five times to make for easy peeling.

Slice the pieces into your desired thickness.


Put peels in a pot and cover with cold water. Bring water to a boil on high heat.

Drain and repeat boiling process, leaving the peels to simmer for 15 minutes. Drain.

Measure and add 1 cup of water, 2 cups of sugar and bring to a boil with peels.


Lower heat and allow mixture to simmer for 45minutes to 1 hour. The syrup should thicken.

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper for easy clean up, and place a cooling rack over top.

Allow the peels to chill on the cooling rack for 12-24 hours.

Fill a bowl with sugar (can be white or brown), put sticky peels in sugar and mix until covered. For a healthier option I used coconut…melted dark chocolate would also be delicious.

Store in fridge. Enjoy!