Homemade pancakes with a Alpro vanilla dessert pot, all natural peanut butter and golden syrup.

Pancake Ingredients-
2 1/2 cups of all purpose flour,
2 tbsp sugar,
2 tbsp baking powder,
1 tbsp vegetable oil,
1 tsp salt,
2 1/2 non dairy milk (I used almond).

Mix all ingredients in a jug or bowl and pour onto a hot oiled pan on medium heat. Cook until golden brown on both sides, serve and decorate with your favourite toppings.

I know I did a post recently about my favorite go to snacks, but I wanted to create another list for those on a low carb/keto diet (the diet I really follow). 

I’m not lying, I really am ALWAYS hungry, and always snacking. I eat throughout the day so I’m never too hungry. I want to keep my metabolism moving too. 

If you guys have any other suggestions, please comment!!







When you have veggies and ranch, make sure that it is full fat. Those crappy fat free versions usually have hidden sugars/carbs.

I L-O-V-E Quest Bars!! And now they have cookies and cream!! STFU!!

Atkins is a great resource for bars and shakes, as well as yummy dessert goodies

I also really love NuGo Smarte Carb Bars!!!

Nom Nom Nom.

XOXO, Sami

anonymous said:

i'm going completely complex-carb free and the only sugar i can eat is the sugar found in fruit, so your blog is really satisfying.

I’m sorry for you loss. RIP Carbs.


Feelin’ pretty good after my workout today! 💪😁

I kinda feel puffy today, which I’m guessing is because I’m starting to eat carbs again, but I’m okay with that for now. That oatmeal I had for breakfast was delicious, super filling, and gave me TONS of energy for my workout! I really hope that eating 50 grams of carbs a day won’t stall my weight loss, because I really like that energy boost…

Anyway, I hope you all are having a wonderful day! ❤️

I tried out a new recipe last night. Homemade curry sauce. I boiled some white potatoes, stuck them in the blender with some of the water they cooked in, added a lot of curry powder, some cayenne, sugar and teaspoon of dark tahini. The results were, well, amazing. I poured it onto the remaining potatoes and tucked in. It was delicious.

I love curry sauce and now I’m so happy that I’ve found a simple high carb, low fat, no added sodium way of making it at home. I’m probably going to be eating this for dinner many, many times over the coming weeks and months. It’s very warming and is a great comfort food. I also suggest trying it with rice - which I did tonight. Yum.

This is one of the biggest plates of rice I’ve had in a while. 2 cups of white rice (measured when dry), peas, sweetcorn and a baked sweet potato. I ate this with a bit of ketchup and some soy sauce. I’ve also had 3.5 litres of water today which is much more than I have been used to drinking a few months ago. It’s just something about this warmer weather, my marathon coming up tomorrow and my new buzz to get fitter and healthier than I am now. Focusing harder on what I put in my body and trying to be the best version of myself that I can be!

Dear body.

..why are you craving carbs? You get fruit, veggies, sometimes even wholegrain rice and couscous, lean meat and fish, nuts and seeds.
What do you want bread for, or sugar? You haven’t even gotten refined sugar in months, by now you should have forgotten about that stuff. We haven’t agreed on these cravingattacks in the evening where you act as if you haven’t gotten any food for days.
No more of these shenanigans! Else I make you eat brussel sprouts (I’m sorry, I still love you)..