Keep-you-regular with oat porridge

Oat porridgeIf you love porridge this one can be eaten every day. It’s quick to make and keeps your belly in shape with extra fibre. You can get countless variations in flavour by using different jams, fruit puree or berries as a topping.
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Energy bars sweetened with raisins

Energy bars, sweetened with raisinsWhy shell out a lot of dough (ha, ha) on expensive snack bars – that also contains a lot of sugar and additives? Make your own and sweeten them with dried fruit.
These energy bars are sugar free; the raisins are used for sweetening. At less than 100 calories they are a good snack to have in your bag or when you just need to get “something” in your growling belly without getting stuffed.
You can keep the bars in the freezer and take them out when you need a snack, or have in your bag to use for refilling your energy after training.
20 mini bars. Cooking time: 30 minutes, 5 minutes mixing, 20 minutes baking and 5 minutes cutting.
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Simple black bean burgers

Simple black bean burgersThese burgers are very simple to make, no complicated ingredients and no complicated cooking process. As a bonus, most kids seem to like them too!
Once they are baked, these burgers are perfect to deep freeze. Defrost them for a quick dinner or a simple lunch box.
Cooking time: 50 minutes, including a 25 minutes tea break while the burgers are in the oven.
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