A FRESH FOOD PHILOSOPHY
Our recipes developed, by leading nutritionists merge simple, tasty food with the science of nutrition and performance to help you to achieve your personal goals.

LEARN, SHARE AND BE INSPIRED BY SIMPLE, TASTY & NUTRITIOUS RECIPES SUPPORTED BY PRACTICAL NUTRITION INFORMATION FOR ACTIVE LIFESTYLES AND SPORTS PERFORMANCE

Try some of our delicious recipes

Just click over to our meals page and browse through our recipes. Whatever your goal, challenge or preference, we’ve got the recipes to satisfy your needs. Looking for something specific? Search by category or ingredient. We can help you to make better daily food choices and achieve your goals.

Research-informed, evidence-based, practiced daily

Our philosophy places fresh, whole foods at the centre of healthy living and in support of performance goals. Our recipes are practiced by leading athletes and performance nutritionists, and merge simple, tasty food with the science of nutrition and performance.

Sign up & explore our community*

You can bookmark your favourite meals to your personal recipe book, gain access to free nutrition content and the latest FoodFlicker updates, and join our online community. Never lose track of your favourite meals, grow your nutrition knowledge, and learn from, share with, and inspire others.
*Full community features coming soon.

CHECK OUT OUR LATEST MEALS & POSTS BELOW OR GO TO OUR MEALS PAGE OR BLOG TO BROWSE AND SEARCH THROUGH ALL OF OUR DELICIOUS RECIPES & INFORMATIVE ARTICLES

  • CN Bring Quality, Focus & Taste To Their New...
    Posted on October 16, 2018 by Daniel Davey
    The aim when developing the new CN meals was to create tasty food that provides slow releasing energy, a feeling of fullness and a real emphasis on nutrition value without complicating things in any way. Together with CN we...
  • Why You Should Eat Mussels
    Posted on June 18, 2018 by Daniel Davey
    Why Mussels? We often think of mussels as a holiday food when really, we should think about them as a delicious and healthy meal we can eat at home or when out for dinner. If you consider the ingredients of...
  • Common Cold - Prevention Vs Cure?
    Posted on October 5, 2017 by Daniel Davey
    At this time of year people start spending more time indoors, on public transport and are less likely to be out exercising in the fresh air. As a result, people are more often in close proximity to each other...
  • A Healthy Obsession With Dark Chocolate
    Posted on August 23, 2017 by Daniel Davey
    You might be surprised to hear that there are some healthy treats out there that do not require slavish commitment to nonsense like the “low fat” or “light” snack option. Dark chocolate while perhaps not everybody’s first choice, is...
  • The Health Buzz On Coffee
    Posted on August 4, 2017 by Daniel Davey
    How many cups of coffee can I drink per day? If you do drink coffee, what's the optimal amount? We give you the answers.. Coffee, along with water and tea, is one of the most commonly consumed beverages in...
  • Hydration - What is our body's requirement for fluid?
    Posted on May 19, 2017 by Daniel Davey
    It is well established that water is essential for life and optimal physical well-being. We are well accustomed to the message that most people need to drink more water and that dehydration has implications for our health, but how...
  • Green Tea - One Of Natures Greatest Drinks
    Posted on May 3, 2017 by Daniel Davey
    Green Tea - One Of Natures Greatest Drinks. Green tea has been consumed for centuries in Asian countries, particularly China, where it originates. Green tea has not only a major part of Chinese and Asian culture for its unique...
  • 12 ways to get your diet on track for...
    Posted on April 27, 2017 by Daniel Davey
    All too frequently the nutrition headlines that grab our attention relate to quick fixes or short term solutions for our health or appearance. We never get tired of hearing that there is a new, faster and easier way to...
  • Porridge - The Breakfast Of Champions?
    Posted on March 3, 2017 by Daniel Davey
    Oats are a very versatile food product used for making flour, cookies, bread, desserts and even brewing beer, but are most well-known as a breakfast staple in the form of porridge, muesli and granola. Should you eat porridge oats...
  • Vitamin D – The Sunshine Vitamin
    Posted on February 13, 2017 by Daniel Davey
    People are often keen to know if there is a specific food that they should eat or a supplement that they take in order to help them strengthen their immune system or improve their overall health. We believe that...
  • FoodFlicker Christmas Hamper
    Posted on December 7, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    Call it a Festive Survival Kit, or call it a New Year Kick-start Kit, or just call it a Healthy Christmas Hamper! We know this can be a tricky proposition during the festive period so we have brought together...
  • FoodFlicker & Gourmet Food Parlour: Bringing our philosophy to...
    Posted on November 2, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    Eating well in cafes and restaurants while being consistent with a philosophy of fresh, minimally-processed, high quality and locally-sourced ingredients is always challenging, especially if you don’t want to sacrifice taste. Well, we are doing our best to ease...
  • Nutrition To Recover and Heal Post Marathon
    Posted on October 28, 2016 by Daniel Davey
    Running a marathon takes a huge toll on your body, but if you don’t follow the key steps to aid your recovery, you put yourself at risk for picking up an infection or simply having an extended recovery time...
  • Baked Potato with Eggs
    Posted on October 12, 2016 by Daniel Davey
    Baked potato with 1-2 eggs is one of the simplest meals you can make that provides a great source of both carbohydrate and protein. This is an excellent post workout recovery meal that takes very little preparation.
  • Eggs - Healthy by nature or something that...
    Posted on September 29, 2016 by Daniel Davey
    Despite substantial research on the topic, confusion still remains about the value of including eggs in the diet, if at all, or whether they might actually cause more harm than good. What about cholesterol? That dietary cholesterol from foods...
  • Fuelling Peak Performance On Match Day
    Posted on September 13, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    With the All Ireland football final coming up this Sunday, many county finals taking place throughout the country and the rugby season now under way, it seems appropriate to discuss nutrition best practice in preparation for match day performance. Most...
  • How To Stay In shape On Holiday
    Posted on July 27, 2016 by Daniel Davey
    Nutrition for staying in the best possible shape when holiday while still enjoying your break. Whilst on a break abroad recently, it struck me that there are many misconceptions and lack of information in relation to managing nutrition and...
  • Potato with Eggs and Green Cabbage
    Posted on May 15, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    This quick recipe is a great way of getting your high fibre nutrient dense greens into a tasty meal.  You can use either Brussels sprouts or green cabbage for this recipe.       Eating green vegetables has long been linked to...
  • Beef Keftas with Tomatoes and Eggs
    Posted on May 13, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    This beef Kefta dish with tomatoes and eggs is hearty, full of flavour, filling and very nutritious from the array of herbs and spices including cumin, paprika, ginger and coriander.
  • Eggs Baked with Tomatoes and Ham
    Posted on May 8, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    This is a really versatile recipe that you can use for breakfast, lunch or dinner. It’s particularly suited to cold days of winter when you are looking for something warm and deeply satisfying. This is a really versatile recipe...
  • Potato and Spinach Hash with Fried Egg
    Posted on May 8, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    Eggs and potatoes flavoured with garlic, onions, coconut oil, salt and pepper is a simple but delicious recipe. It can be cooked up quickly as a nutritious lunch or a quick healthy dinner. This meal can be used as...
  • Boiled Eggs With Hummus
    Posted on May 7, 2016 by FoodFlicker
      Boiled eggs with hummus are most commonly known as “Deviled Eggs”! This is a great snack or party dish and they are very easy to make. They are hugely versatile and can be flavoured with any preferred spices.   The...
  • Practice Tips: Rest and Recovery Day Meals
    Posted on May 7, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    On a rest day, the main focus for athletes is to recover, rejuvenate and unwind. This doesn’t mean lying on the couch for the day as most athletes tend to be proactive about their recovery strategies, and this includes...
  • Broccoli, Ham and Egg Pie
    Posted on May 6, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    Broccoli and Ham Egg pie will fit the bill if you are looking for a high protein low carbohydrate dish that will fill you up while providing an abundance of fibre and essential nutrients.       This is a great recipe...
  • Practice Tips: The Super Smoothie
    Posted on May 6, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    Smoothies are a great way to meet a variety of nutrition targets. With the right blend of ingredients, the key elements of any fueling or recovery approach are addressed namely: 20 grams or more of protein, a source of...
  • Practice Tips: Fuel-up with High Carb Breakfasts
    Posted on May 4, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    While there is some debate about whether carbohydrate is important for endurance sports, the consensus remains that fuelling-up with carbohydrate in the 24 to 48 hours before performance in high intensity and competitive team sports is the best approach....
  • Practice Tips: High Protein Meals and Snacks
    Posted on May 3, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    Why is there the need for high protein meals and snacks? For athletes in-season, maintaining a lean body mass (muscle) during a long intense season is key to performance and reducing injury risk, therefore making quality protein intake...
  • Performance Nutrition Seminar for Team Sport Athletes
    Posted on April 12, 2016 by Arthur Dunne
    This one-day seminar is aimed at team sport athletes who are interested in enhancing their understanding of nutrition to support their on- and off-field performance.
  • Recipe Of The Week - Banana Blueberry Pecan Bread
    Posted on February 20, 2016 by Daniel Davey
    Our Recipe Of The Week Is Banana Blueberry Pecan Bread. We have had a brilliant response to this bread, most likely because almost everyone loves a healthy filling slice of bread as a snack or main meal.
  • Sweet Potato Hash with Baked Eggs
    Posted on February 12, 2016 by Arthur Dunne
    Eggs and sweet potatoes flavoured with coconut oil, salt and pepper is a simple but delicious recipe. It can be cooked up quickly as a nutritious lunch, brunch or a quick healthy dinner. The great thing about this recipe...
  • Egg and Oat Pancakes
    Posted on January 26, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    These are an ideal breakfast option and only take a few minutes to make. They are a filling and satisfying breakfast naturally high in fibre, protein and slow release carbohydrate. If you are preparing for a game or sporting...
  • Bircher Muesli
    Posted on January 26, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    Bircher muesli is a delicious high carbohydrate breakfast option that combines oats, fresh apples juice, nuts and seeds for a dessert like taste and mouthful texture. Made in advance usually the night before, this is the ideal on the...
  • Buckwheat Crepes with Smoked Salmon and Avocado
    Posted on January 26, 2016 by Arthur Dunne
    The great thing about these crepes is that they can be used for savoury or sweet dishes. By adding smoked salmon and avocado you have a delicious lunch, or by adding fresh fruit, honey and yogurt you can have...
  • Eggs in Ham Cups
    Posted on January 26, 2016 by Arthur Dunne
    These nutritious Eggy Veggie Buns tick all the right boxes for a healthy snack, whether eaten hot at the time, or eaten later on-the-go.
  • Muscle matters: FoodFlicker's Dr Brendan Egan at TEDx UCD
    Posted on January 21, 2016 by Daniel Davey
    This video from FoodFlicker's Brendan Egan highlights why muscle is important for our health, particularly as we age. What happens if we lose muscle and what are the risks for our health?
  • Honey Mustard Salmon
    Posted on January 18, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    Honey and mustard combine perfectly to provide a sweet and tangy taste to bring out all the flavours from the salmon. This meal goes great with spicy roast vegetables. If you are looking for a tasty, nourishing easy meal...
  • Spicy Beef Burgers
    Posted on January 15, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    Nothing beats making your own beef burgers! You know exactly whats in there and you can make them taste how you like with fresh spices and herbs.
  • Thai Green Chicken Curry
    Posted on January 15, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    Thai Green Chicken Curry can be eaten either on its own with lot of vegetables or with rice if you want some extra carbohydrates.
  • Chilli Con Carne
    Posted on January 7, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    This Chilli is the perfect low carbohydrate evening dish for a non-exercise day.
  • Moroccan Quinoa Salad
    Posted on January 7, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    The Moroccan styled dish is high in fibre and in healthy fats and is perfect for lunch and dinner on a carb-loading day.
  • The January Reboot - Restoring Your Body After Christmas!
    Posted on January 6, 2016 by Daniel Davey
      Bite-size • Christmas indulgence can contribute to weight gain, not to mention plenty of other metabolic damage • Rather than looking for quick fixes and detoxes, start with an appropriate mind-set, a targeted lifestyle approach this new year will be of greater...
  • Crunchy Dried Fruit and Nut Granola
    Posted on January 5, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    This simple granola recipe works well sprinkled on top of porridge or yogurt.
  • Grain Free Seed Bread
    Posted on January 5, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    Grain Free Seed Bread is a great alternative to grain based bread. It is made from flax seed and eggs and thus is rich in protein and health fats as well as being high in fibre. It can be...
  • Nut Butter Apple
    Posted on January 5, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    Nut Butter Apple is a great snack to have to keep you going through out the day. The apple provides a great source of non-starchy carbohydrate and various vitamins and minerals while the nut butter provides some healthy fats...
  • Flaxseed Porridge with Cocoa Nibs
    Posted on January 5, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    Flaxseed Porridge with Cocoa Nibs a great low carb, omega-3 and protein rich alternative to traditional oat porridge. The flaxseed and chia seeds provide plenty of healthy fats and the cacao nibs give you an antioxidant boost. This porridge...
  • Cauliflower Pizza
    Posted on January 4, 2016 by FoodFlicker
    This is a not just a healthy treat meal but also an ideal dinner option on a rest day or for anyone looking for low carb alternatives.
  • Mulled Wine
    Posted on December 22, 2015 by Arthur Dunne
    Mulled wine is the classic Christmas drink! If you are having friends over for Christmas this is a great recipe to welcome them. It’s rich in fruity flavours and festive spices like cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg. In this recipe...
  • Cranberry Sauce
    Posted on December 22, 2015 by Arthur Dunne
    If you are looking to make your own cranberry sauce for your turkey this we have just the recipe. This is a very simple recipe and once made can be stored for a few days in the fridge.   Ingredients -...
  • Salmon, Spinach and Feta Frittata
    Posted on December 21, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    Baking eggs with salmon, spinach and topped with some Feta cheese is as tasty as it sounds. High in protein, healthy fats and of course vitamins and minerals       Looking for a low carbohydrate meal option then this is ideal. Salmon,...
  • Crumbly Oat and Flaxseed Crackers
    Posted on December 21, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    These crackers are ideal for having as a healthy snack with hummus or nut butter.
  • Manage Your Hangover This Christmas
    Posted on December 21, 2015 by Daniel Davey
    Christmas is fast approaching and that often means indulging in one too many alcoholic beverages, not to mention the mince pies.
  • Nine Tips to Manage the Christmas Bulge
    Posted on December 16, 2015 by Daniel Davey
    Christmas eating tips to stay healthy and avoid putting on weight. It can be easy to stay healthy and manage your weight by following some simple guidelines
  • Teriyaki Salmon with Roast Veg
    Posted on December 16, 2015 by FoodFlicker
        Tasty, filling and easy to make! An ideal dinner option that contains lots of fibre, protein and healthy fats. Interesting fact: Teriyaki is a mixture of soy sauce, sake and ginger, used in Japanese cookery as a marinade...
  • It’s The Beet!
    Posted on December 11, 2015 by Daniel Davey
    Beetroot, also known as the table beet, garden beet, red beet, or just “the beet”, refers to any of the varieties of Beta vulgaris cultivated for human consumption. Recently, fresh beetroot and raw beetroot juice have emerged as offering...
  • Aubergine Lasagne
    Posted on October 28, 2015 by FoodFlicker
      This is the perfect low carbohydrate evening dish for a non-exercise day. Aubergine Lasagne is a great alternative to pasta based dishes. It is gluten free, high in fibre and very filling.   It can be easily turned into a...
  • A Good Reason to Buy Irish: It Matters What...
    Posted on October 19, 2015 by Daniel Davey
    Shopping local and buying Irish is good for the economy, but is also good from a nutrition perspective. Not only does it matter what we eat, it also matters what we eat eats, and the produce of grass-fed animals,...
  • A Tasty Refuel After Training and Late Evening Snack...
    Posted on October 14, 2015 by Daniel Davey
      After an intense training session players need to refuel to begin the recovery and adaptation process. The main nutrient focus is quality carbohydrate and protein foods. Carbohydrate is needed to replace depleted energy stores while protein is required for...
  • Simple Rest Day Meal Ideas
    Posted on October 12, 2015 by Daniel Davey
      On a rest day, the main focus for elite or competitive athletes is to recover, rejuvenate and unwind. It doesn’t simply mean lying on the couch for the day, athletes must still be proactive about their recovery strategies, which...
  • Getting Your Meals Right During Pre-Season
    Posted on October 12, 2015 by Daniel Davey
    During the pre-season players are aiming to get into the best possible shape for the up-coming season by increasing muscle mass and reducing body-fat. To achieve these performance goals they must fuel their body with the right amount of...
  • Eggs: Don’t Get the Message Scrambled
    Posted on October 7, 2015 by Daniel Davey
    Despite a long history of being labelled unhealthy, eggs are nutrient-rich and now considered a valuable part of healthy eating habits
  • Smoothie - Breakfast Smoothie
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    Many people struggle to have a healthy breakfast in the morning for various reasons. If you are looking for something quick and healthy this is a great option.   The nutrition goals from a breakfast are to provide your body...
  • Smoothie - Spinach Avocado
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    Spinach and avocado are two green vegetables that work really well together in a smoothie. They provide an abundance of nutrients while avocado brings a creamy tasty texture to the smoothie.   Avocado is one of the only fruits that...
  • Smoothie - Berry Protein Explosion
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    If you are hungry and want a tasty snack that will satisfy you without too many calories then this smoothie will do nicely.   This is a quick refreshing smoothie that many relies on berries for its taste. It provides...
  • Smoothie - Creamy Strawberry Protein
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    This is a thick nutritious smoothie that can be had as a snack, breakfast or even as post gym recovery meal.   Greek yogurt and avocado combine to provide a creamy consistency in this smoothie. It is filling, nutritious and...
  • Homemade Turkey Burgers
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    These tasty turkey burgers are ideal for an evening dinner with some sweet potato wedges or mash. They are high in protein making them ideal for your gym days.     Turkey tends to be most commonly associated with the festive...
  • Banana Blueberry Pecan Bread
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    What you want from bread is something that tastes really good while providing a satisfied and filling feeling.   This blueberry - banana and pecan bread is a healthy alternative to regular bread. The recipe uses oats to provide the...
  • Smoked Mackerel Pate
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
      Smoked mackerel pate is a quick healthy snack to have with chopped vegetables like carrots, broccoli or baked potato.   Mackerel is a versatile fish that can be used in a variety of recipes. It brings great taste and flavour...
  • Spicy Potato Wedges
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    Potato wedges are a quick and simple option if you are in a hurry and want something to accompany a meat and vegetable dish.   Potatoes are a starchy vegetable, so they are high in carbohydrate. This makes them suitable...
  • Baked Potato
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    A baked potato is versatile and tasty carbohydrate food that can accompany almost any meal on an exercise day.   Baked potatoes are often hugely underrated and so easy to make. A baked potato is a great source of fast...
  • Roasted Bell Pepper Hummus
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
      Hummus is a moderate carbohydrate and protein source making it suitable for exercise or non-exercise days.   Hummus is an Arabic word meaning “chickpeas”, it is particularly popular in middle eastern countries but due to its great taste and versatility...
  • Dark Chocolate Protein Bars
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    Looking for a high protein low carbohydrate snack with good quality fats? Protein bars are a great snack for managing appetite and a sweet tooth.     These bars are high in protein, fibre and healthy fats making them suitable as...
  • Blueberry Banana Recovery Scones
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    Recovery snacks don’t have to be tasteless or boring. These scones are made with oats, honey and fresh fruit and provide an abundance of essential nutrients.   These oat, blueberry and banana recovery scones are perfect for recovery after intense...
  • Pecan Carrot Cake
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    This carrot cake recipe may be a little different to the ones you are used to trying but it’s an excellent alternative to the ones with added sugar.   This cake is ideal for days you are active and want...
  • Nut Butter Protein Brownies
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
     While these brownies are mainly a treat they also double up as a great source of quality protein and healthy fats.     Using a variety of protein sources including eggs, casein powder and nuts this high protein treat would work...
  • Basil Pesto
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    Basil pesto combines fresh basil leaves, olive oil, garlic and pine nuts to provide an array of antioxidants and minerals.   Fresh basil pesto is the perfect accompaniment for chopped vegetables, chicken, homemade burgers or other meats. It provides wonderful...
  • Apple Oat Buns
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    These apple oat buns are a great option for days you need a tasty and enjoyable high carbohydrate snack.   Oats are a hugely versatile food that can be used for any meal, even desserts. Apple oat buns are a...
  • Nutty Granola
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    This nutty granola is a great alternative to fruit and oat based granola you would typically have on exercise days. It is energy dense and very tasty so aim for a moderate portion.   This nutty granola is perfect for...
  • Whopper Protein Bars
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    These high energy whopper protein bars are the perfect snack option for anyone with significant energy / training demands or needing to add protein to their diet.     These protein bars have a combination of both whey and casein that...
  • Scrambled Eggs with Spinach
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    Ideal for breakfast or lunch. Rich in protein and good fats to keep you full throughout the day. Works well with either hens or duck eggs.     The great thing about spinach is that you can add lots in when...
  • Breakfast Bars
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    Breakfast bars made with oats, coconut oil and almond butter are slow digesting foods and will provide long lasting energy throughout the morning.     These breakfast bars are an ideal option for anyone who is in a rush in the...
  • Granola Bars
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    These bars are certainly tasty and make for a great “on the move snack” but they are very energy-dense, so have one or two at time.     The main benefit of granola bars are that they make a convenient snack...
  • Spicy Baked Eggs, Beef and Beans
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    Hugely filling and satisfying! This baked eggs and beans dish is ideal for a non-training day breakfast, lunch or dinner.   If you are looking for a tasty rest day meal for dinner this is a great option. High in...
  • Blueberry Protein Bars
    Posted on September 18, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    Blueberries are one of the best fruits for providing great taste and an excellent nutrition profile. These protein bars are great for recovery from exercise.   Due to possessing a high antioxidant potency, research suggests that blueberries may even accelerate...
  • Nutty Chocolate Protein Bars
    Posted on August 13, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    High energy, intensely nutty dark chocolate protein bars. These are a great snack for anyone who exercises regularly and needs lots of calories.     These protein bars made with nuts, seeds, oats and whey can be used as a healthy...
  • Kale, Blueberry and Almond Salad
    Posted on May 6, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    Salads don't come more nutritious than this! Kale is a highly nutritious vegetable that can be used in a range of different meals from lunches, dinners and even smoothies. In this salad it combines wonderfully with blueberries and almonds...
  • Banana Walnut Bread
    Banana Walnut Bread
    Posted on April 29, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    Banana walnut bread is an ideal healthy treat or training day snack.
  • Rainbow Salad
    Posted on March 2, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    This Rainbow Salad is a colourful salad is an excellent recovery meal with quality protein and a variety of vitamins and minerals.
  • Protein Mini-cheesecake
    Protein Mini-Cheesecakes
    Posted on March 1, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    These mini protein cheesecakes are a great high protein recovery treat.
  • Apple, Tomato and Feta Salad
    Posted on January 22, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    The Apple, Tomato and Feta Salad is a simple salad that combines feta cheese with nuts, cherry tomatoes and apple.
  • Almond-coated Fried Chicken
    Posted on January 22, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    Almond-coated Fried Chicken is a healthy and tasty alternative to breaded fried chicken using ground almond flour and coconut oil.
  • Mixed Vegetable Mash
    Mixed Vegetable Mash
    Posted on January 22, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    Mixed Vegetable Mash is a quick and easy side dish that's nutrient-dense and can be made using whichever vegetables that you have to hand.
  • chocolate nut bars
    Chocolate Nut Bars
    Posted on January 22, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    These Chocolate Nut Bars are a nutritious lunch box treat packed full of fibre and healthy fats.
  • Eggy Veggie Buns
    Eggy Veggie Buns
    Posted on January 22, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    These nutritious Eggy Veggie Buns tick all the right boxes for a healthy snack, whether eaten hot at the time, or eaten later on-the-go.
  • quinoa frittata
    Quinoa Frittata
    Posted on January 22, 2015 by FoodFlicker
    Quinoa Frittata is a great all-in-one meal that ticks all the right boxes for containing quality sources of protein, carbohydrate, and fat.
  • low-carb-american-style-pancakes
    Low Carb American Style Pancakes
    Posted on November 13, 2014 by FoodFlicker
    These pancakes are a great high protein, low carbohydrate breakfast or snack option which taste as good (if not better) than the sugar-laden real deal.
  • Spruced-up Sprouts
    Spruced Up Sprouts
    Posted on November 13, 2014 by FoodFlicker
    Sprouts don't need to be boring! This quick and easy snack for in the lunchbox or on the go is an ideal low GI meal to keep you going during the day.
  • Spicy Prawn and Lentil Vegetable Soup
    Posted on November 13, 2014 by FoodFlicker
    This dish is low in carbohydrates, high in protein, fibre, vitamins and minerals so is perfect for a low carb meal or with rice/mashed potatoes for a recovery meal.
  • dark chocolate and pecan banana bread
    Dark Chocolate and Pecan Banana Bread
    Posted on November 13, 2014 by FoodFlicker
    Dark Chocolate and Pecan Banana Bread is a perfect treat for a high carb day or after a tough training session.
  • Sweet Potato and Carrot Fish Pie
    Posted on October 22, 2014 by FoodFlicker
    Sweet Potato and Carrot Fish Pie is a great, medium-low-carb alternative to mashed potato fish pie. It can be eaten on a non-endurance type training day.
  • Vegetable Soup
    Posted on October 22, 2014 by FoodFlicker
    Vegetable Soup is a really great way to get vegetables, and as a result countless nutrients, in. It is really simple to make and can be made in bulk with whatever veggies you have to hand for a really...
  • Guacamole
    Posted on October 22, 2014 by FoodFlicker
    The main ingredient in this Mexican-inspired guacamole is avocado which is a nutrient dense fruit that is low in sugar and high in healthy fats, fibre and antioxidants. Guacamole is tasty, refreshing and healthy dip that can be added...

JOIN THE FOODFLICKER CONVERSATION ON TWITTER, FACEBOOK OR INSTAGRAM