“I want to eat healthy, but I don’t have time.”
You said it, and I hear ya!
With a lot of work and activities on my plate at the moment, I’m very conscious of the challenge to find the time to cook, let alone cook something healthy. My gluten free diet has also eliminated lots of “convenient” options, which has been a blessing in disguise because I’ve had to think outside the square.
We all want to eat healthy, but in all honesty we are spending way too much time worrying about the latest diets and what superfoods and supplements we should be consuming. It doesn’t have to be this way!
What if I suggested to you that healthy eating for the time poor can be as simple as…just eating real food? Sounds too simple right?
Here are my favourite sources of inspiration for meals and snacks which are suitable for those who are gluten and dairy intolerant, as well as vegetarian and vegan. And most importantly, they won’t take you forever to prepare.
1. The Whole Daily
My absolute fav!! Try the slow cooker curry (a great Sunday option or put it on before work), quinoa bread (super easy) and check out the range of desserts yum!
And…check out Alice’s brand new video series – “Tight Budget Time Poor Tuesday’s”. Learn how to make a green curry in minutes, and create three different dishes in one session of clever cooking with minimal ingredients!
2. To Her Core
We have all heard about pizza made from cauliflower, but how about using broccoli as a base? I love Dearna’s simple yet beautiful recipes.
Lisa has some amazing paleo recipes inspired by her extensive travels. You can hit print on the specially formatted recipes to store your favourites in a folder.
It really is that easy to eat clean on a time (and monetary) budget. So go on, don’t use being time poor as your excuse for making food choices that leave you feeling guilty. Explore these websites and start taking control of your health.
I would love to know what your favourite sources of inspiration are! Leave a comment below.