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Hi guys, so I have been working on something very exciting for a little while now, I have been building a new blog. Don’t worry I have transferred all the wonderful recipes across.

The new site looks so much nicer and I now have my own domain which is the important thing! It also has some really cool features and I have kept the design and layout really simple.

I hope you like the look and don’t forget to subscribe to the HJ newsletter (on the right of the new site). CLICK HERE TO CHECK IT OUT!

If you wanted to do a post on social media to help me spread the word it would be greatly appreciated! Have a great weekend you lovely lot.

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Vegan Chocolate Tartlets

Healthy desserts are what we all live for right? Or is it just me? These healthy chocolate tartlets are the perfect dessert to satisfy that sweet craving of yours. They are vegan, dairy free, gluten free and suitable for most dietary requirements. Packed with cacao and baobab they also pack in a lot of vitamins including;

Cacao nibs: Potassium (490), Magnesium (240) and Iron (3.4) per 100g.

Baobab: Vitamin C (300mg), Potassium (300mg) and Calcium (350mg) per 100g.

I have been using the Minvita superfood powders for quite a while now, they have a great selection and are really good quality. Links to the relevant products can be found throughout this post.

Enough talk, lets make some treats!

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healthyjon chocolate tartlets
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healthyjon ON Running Review

ON Running New Cloudventure Trail Running Trainers

A few weeks ago I attended the On-Running launch of the new ‪#‎cloudventure‬ trail runner. We spent the morning putting the shoes through their paces on slippery trials around London’s countryside. Sprinting up steep inclines and around sharp bends, over varying terrains. They seemed to cope spectacularly. Not only that but they are also the most comfortable trail running shoes I have tested to date!

I struggle with most trail runners due to their luck of cushioning. I absolutely hate my Inov 8 Trailrocs, 15 minutes running on hard dirt tracks and my ankles and knees start to hurt (and I don’t even have joint problems). These Cloud Ventures are almost a hybrid between a trail runner and a typical running trainer. They have a thick tread and lots of cushioning. This makes them quite large but they are deceptively light!

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healthyjon ON Running Review

Here are a few perks of the new cloudventure are;

  • Seamlessly integrated lightweight rubber toe-cap for improved protection.
  • Reflective strips all around shoe for improved visibility.
  • Extended rubber side and heel cage for extra protection.
  • Lightweight no-sew construction.
  • Antimicrobial sock liner.
  • Patented CloudTec® sole provides specific cushioning. Eleven individual pods or “Clouds,” stretch back upon impact to offset the forces in your downhill run. When fully landed, they become firm to support an explosive take-off.

The design breaks convention in both aesthetics and function. Having a product design background I really appreciate the innovation and engineering behind the product once you start wearing them, you will to.

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healthyjon ON Running Review

Since the event I have been wearing my ON Running #cloudventures for all sorts of things, not just running. They are so comfy I have been wearing them to and from training, to the gym, even shopping.

If you need an off road trainer and like a comfortable ride, ON Running’s Cloud Ventures could be for you.

Here is a link to he technical specification, CLICK HERE.

Self Diagnosed Lactose Intolerant? Listen Up -A2 Milk

Are you self diagnosed lactose intolerant? Keep reading, it might just change your life!

A few months ago I posted an article highlighting that not all self diagnosed lactose intolerant people are actually lactose intolerance. In fact most are simply exhibiting an intolerance to the A1 protein found in milk. “Less than 5% of the British population is lactose intolerant. More common is an intolerance to the A1 Beta-Casein protein found in cows milk, which causes similar symptoms to lactose intolerance” Sunday Times.

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healthyjon a2 milk review

The A2stonishing milk creative campaign aims to inform the public about the benefits of A2 milk for the self diagnosed lactose intolerant and the wider population.


  • You can drink milk again. Yay!
  • No more bloating.
  • No more cramps.
  • No more congestion.
  • No more skin problems. Can I get a hallelujah!
healthyjon A2 milk

A2 Milk is just normal cows milk, free from the A1 protein. It works better in our bodies and might just change the way you feel about milk. 70% of cows in the UK produce milk with A1 and A2 protein in it, but the other 30% produce milk only containing the A2 protein and none of the harmful A1 protein. Good news right! You can’t taste the difference but trust me you will feel the difference!

If you want to try the product or find out any more information A2 Milk will be at the Allergy & Free From Show in Kensington, London from the 8th-10th of July 2016, showcasing their products and giving talks on the benefits of A2 milk. If you are self diagnosed lactose intolerant I would urge you to go along and have a listen. The event itself is a wonderful day out, I have been for the last three years. There is more food than you could possibly imagine, along with healthy brands that you would have probably never heard of. So get socialising!

If you would like to register for your FREE ticket CLICK HERE.

A2 Milk will be doing various talks throughout the event. The details are as follows:

Learning Centre – Friday 8 July
15:00 – 15:45
Seminar: is all lactose intolerance the same? The role of beta-casein in milk intolerance.
Professor Sheng, lead researcher in a2 Milk’s recent ground breaking research China study will be discussing the role of beta-casein in milk intolerance and how a2 Milk works.
Speaker’s Corner – Sunday 10 July
14:00 – 14:30
Talk: not all milk is the same: An a2tonishing farmer’s story
A2 Milk farmer Neale Sadler and Rick Miller, Nutrition Manager at a2 Milk, discuss the difference a2 Milk has made to UK dairy farmers.
If you don’t fancy checking out their talks make sure you head over to their stand for a free coffee. You can of course ask any questions that you might have about the products or A1 intolerance there to. Or tweet them a question @a2milkUK on Twitter.
healthyjon vanilla baobab protein pancakes

Vanilla and Baobab Protein Pancakes

I have a confession to make, I might have just been converted from peanut butter to cashew butter. The thick layer of melted cashew butter running down the side of these pancakes was heavenly! This recipe is a slight variation on my plain protein pancake recipe with the addition of a little vanilla and baobab to give it a little more flavour. I used Aduna World Baobab powder. You don’t need much to add a wonderful fruity flavour and it works even better in smoothies or porridge.

I am carb loading today because I have training all weekend. I saw this as an opportunity to make a big stack of protein pancakes. Who wouldn’t? I hope you love the recipe.

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healthyjon vanilla baobab protein pancakes
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healthyjon vanilla baobab protein pancakes


  • 2 eggs
  • 3 tbsp. of spelt flour
  • 1 banana
  • 1 serving of vanilla whey protein
  • 1 tsp. of baobab
  • 1/2 tsp. of vanilla essence
  • 1/2 tsp. of cinnamon
  • 1/2 tsp. of ginger
  • 1/2 tsp. of baking powder
  • Add milk until desired consistency is reached (I used around 150ml)

Instructions: Electric whisk the; eggs, banana, vanilla essence, cinnamon, ginger, baobab and baking powder until light and airy. Then gradually add your whey protein and flour. Add milk as and when needed in order to maintain your desired consistency (I like thick and fluffy pancakes so I kept the mixture quite thick). Heat up a pan (low heat) and spread the thinnest layer of grease over the top, you can use butter but I use a one Kcal spray. Spread your batter over the pan in a circle. Leave to cook until you see bubbles, then flip. Wait the same amount of time as it took to cook on the first side then remove and start to stack.

I used a crepe maker for the first time in this recipe. In terms of flavour it obviously provides no benefit, however the hot plate is perfectly flat unlike my usual pan and has a great non stick surface, meaning flatter more evenly cooked pancakes. Winner. It also has the added benefit of not having any sides meaning that you no longer have to struggle with getting your pancakes out of the pan. They are not very expensive, averaging £30 , if you can get your hands on one I would definitely recommend it and the results will speak for themselves.

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healthyjon vanilla baobab protein pancakes

If you need a few pointers because your pancakes have been coming out different sizes, not perfectly circular or a little dark in colour, check out my Perfect Protein Pancake Pointers article for all you could possibly need to know to cook up the perfect batch of pancakes every time.

I hope you enjoyed reading and if you make a batch I would love to see how you got on. Simply post a picture of your pancakes on social media and tag me @healthyjon.

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Chana Masala Curry

I stumbled upon this healthy vegan curry in a little Indian restaurant near my house after coming home from university. I had never tried it before and it sounded delicious, so I thought I would give it a go. It was absolutely sublime! Rich, with a little bit of a kick, just how I like my curries! Immediately I wanted to make it for myself and add a little HJ twist.

A Chana masala is usually cooked until most of the liquid has evaporated and served relatively dry. Well I like my curries with a bit of sauce and obviously I want to keep the cook time as low as possible so you lovely lot aren’t spending all your time in the kitchen, so we will only cook this for 20 minutes once the coconut milk is in. The second change I made from the traditional recipe was to use coconut oil for frying, it compliments the coconut milk in the body of the curry and I’m pretty sure it is healthier than what ever oil they used. Lastly I added a little spinach, just because I need some greenery in my dinner. I am not sure about the quantities of the spices in a traditional Chana masala, but this seemed to work pretty well, even if I say so myself. Give it a go and let me know what you think via social media @healthyjon.


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healthyjon chana masala

Ingredients: (for 4 people)

  • 1 pack of mixed butternut squash & sweet potato or 1 whole butternut squash
  • 1 can of coconut milk
  • 1 can of chickpeas
  • 3 large tomatoes
  • 1 large white onion
  • 2 large handfuls of spinach
  • 1 scotch bonnet chilli
  • 2 cloves of garlic
  • 2cm cubed of ginger
  • 1 handful of fresh coriander
  • lime
  • 1 tsp. of garam masala
  • 1 tsp. of cayenne pepper
  • 1 tsp. of cumin
  • 2 tsp. of paprika
  • 2 tsp. of turmeric
  • Pink Himalayan rock salt and pepper
  • Coconut oil for frying


  1. Peel and chop the onion as finely as you can. Do the same with the ginger, garlic and chilli (removing the seeds from the centre). Then cut the tomatoes into small chunks.
  2. Drain the chickpeas and rinse thoroughly!
  3. Turn the hob onto a medium heat, melt the coconut oil and then fry the onion, ginger, garlic and chilli for 5 minutes or until golden. Remember to stir occasionally.
  4. Turn the heat down slightly and add all your spices along with a pinch of salt and pepper. Give it a good stir and cook for a further two or three minutes or until the smell of the spices fill the room.
  5. Now add the butternut squash (peeled, seeded and chopped if not using a pre prepared bag like my lazy self), tomatoes, chickpeas and coconut milk, bring to the boil and simmer for 20 minutes.
  6. When ready to serve stir in the spinach, then garnish with lime juice and fresh coriander leaves.
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healthyjon chana masala
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healthyjon chana masala

This curry works wonderfully on its own but can be paired with quinoa, rice, giant couscous etc. if you fancy some carbs with your meal. Like most curries it will keep a couple of days and may actually improve in flavour (if that’s possible) as the spices are given more time to develop flavour. So don’t throw away any extra you may have (if it isn’t polished off in one sitting).

healthyjon superfoods for men

Indigo Herbs Superfoods For The Modern Man

I have been using Indigo Herbs products for quite some time now. They have a huge range and I love the fact that they put clarity above all else. Many companies claim to be transparent with their products but Indigo Herbs are to this day the only company that I have come across that tell you the benefits of the product in question, the source of the ingredients and the processing/manufacturing method used to create the product on the packaging. That is not a huge amount of information but it goes an awful long way to ensuring that I trust the brand I am buying from.

The branding isn’t particularly stylish but that is the only bad thing that I can say about their products and like anything else I am first and foremost looking for the quality of the product and not how pretty the packaging is.

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healthyjon superfoods for men
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healthyjon superfoods for men

Indigo Herbs very kindly sent me a Men’s Health bundle that has been specifically designed to aid the everyday health of the everyday man. From teas to herbs and protein to, well a few supplements I have never heard of. But I am never going to be one to shy away from trying something new. Rhodiola, tongkat and ginko tea, ever heard of them? Me neither. I have however heard of and tried ashwagandha before, I supplemented with it for 2 months before the Touch Rugby World Cup in Australia last year. It is said to improve strength and power, I won’t comment on whether it does or not but I was in the best shape of my life (so far) when taking it (but that could have been down to a number of other factors).

But their generosity doesn’t stop there! Indigo Herbs and I are giving you the opportunity to win all the products in the Men’s Health bundle, all you have to do is go to my Instagram account @healthyjon, follow me, like the giveaway picture and tag two friends in the comments, then follow @indigoherbs. The giveaway is open to European residents only. Men and women can enter, you can give it as a fathers day gift, or present to a lovely one or friend. The products in the Men’s Health bundle are listed below.

Prizes include:

  • Organic Tribulus Powder increases testosterone production which enhances physical performance and increases libido.
  • Tongkat Ali Powder again increases testosterone production. In 2012 there was a Malaysian study of tongkat ali consisting of 76 men. 35% of which had normal or above testosterone levels. The study found that after one month of supplementing with tongkat ali, the number of men in the group with normal or above testosterone levels increased to over 90%.
  • Organic Ashwaganda Powder commonly thought of as the Indian Ginseng. Ashwaganda is an adaptogen. Adaptogens are meant to stabilize physiological processes and balance your bodies hormone production. They have a range of applications from balancing stress levels to reducing fatigue.
  • Pure Rhodiola Rosea Powder whilst none of its benefits have yet been proven on humans, Rhodiola is thought to increase energy and therefore improve; endurance/stamina, strength and mental capacity.
  • Nettle Root Powder Università di Pisa in Italy found that the compounds within nettle have a relaxing effect that can decrease blood pressure.
  • Ginkgo Herbal Tea like beetroot powder, Ginkgo is thought to aid blood circulation. It appears to have many applications and is currently prescribed for; memory improvement, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease, anxiety, multiple sclerosis, tinnitus, dizziness, headaches and glaucoma.
  • Turmeric Powder is something that I consume everyday and have done for the last 4 or 5 years. Turmeric contains curcumin, proven to reduce inflammation. When consuming turmeric always combine with black pepper to increase its bioavailability. In 1998 researchers at St. John’s Medical College, India found that consuming curcumin (found in turmeric) with 20 mg of piperine (found in black pepper) increased the bioavailability (absorption) of curcumin by 2000%. Turmeric is also high in antioxidants and can boost the immune system.
  • Organic Super Protein Powder we all know the benefits of consuming protein. It is an important component of pretty much every cell in the body including your hair, nails, muscle tissue, organs etc. You also use protein to make enzymes, hormones, and other chemicals. A complete protein is one that contains all the essential amino acids (ones that cannot be created by the body and therefore need to be consumed). The Indigo Herbs blend is a complete protein source and it is also plant based so it is suitable for anyone wishing to avoid meat or dairy based proteins.

These are just a handful of the amazing products produced by Indigo Herbs. I really do recommend that you give IH a go, even if you go for a product a little less peculiar than those presented here.

A little inspiration:

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healthyjon superfoods for men

Banana, Nettle Smoothie:


  • 1 frozen banana
  • 300ml milk of choice
  • 2 tbsp. Organic Super Protein Powder
  • 1 tsp. Nettle powder
  • 1 handful of spinach
  • 1 handful of mint
  • 1 tsp. of honey (optional)

Good luck to all who enter and have a lovely week guys!



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Best Apps for Health and Fitness

These days everyone is on their phone 24 hours a day (myself included) texting, gaming, socialising etc. (my biggest problem, browsing Pinterest for hours on end looking for delicious recipes) but what if we put them to good use and used these high tech tools to improve our health and put years back on our life rather than take hours off it. Can a phone really be used as a tool to improve ones physical and mental state? Well of course it can! There are some wonderful apps currently on the market designed to do just that, from fitness trackers to calorie counters, what ever you need there is an app for that. Here is a list of some of my favourites.

Best for meditation: Headspace. Not something I do a whole lot of, I drop in and out, really I only meditate when I start feeling really stressed. When I start meditating I know I am in trouble, it is my call for help. That said I found Headspace really helpful, I only downloaded the free version but that still had about 10 sessions that you could do to relax yourself. It is really versatile and can be used anytime at all, I know some people that use it during their lunch break at work when they want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, but when I get stressed it tends to affect my sleep the most so I listen to the gentlemen’s very soothing voice as I try to fall asleep. Is it weird that I find a guys voice calming? Anyway moving swiftly on.

Best for nutrition: My Fitness Pal. I used this app for a little over a year so I can tell you if you are someone that is meticulous about their fitness and needs to track their calorie or macro consumption everyday then you need this app in your life. I no longer use it because I realised that I don’t need to monitor my calorie intake to that level of detail in order to achieve the healthy body and lifestyle that I want. But if you are looking to track that sort of info it has a huge database of nutritional information covering pretty much every food under the sun. You can maintain a food diary, monitor trends, input goals etc. All round a cracking app!

Best for cooking: Pinterest. When it comes to finding healthy recipes if my blog isn’t satisfying you (careful) then Pinterest is the next best thing, honestly I spend more time on Pinterest than any other social media, far more time than I should, probably more time than I spend talking to my family (alright I am exaggerating but it is amazing). The trick to having a kick ass Pinterest feed is finding pinners that you can trust to post quality content, so many people post saying “healthy berry porridge recipe” and it turns out it is just a link to a picture of healthy berry porridge and not a link to a recipe for healthy berry porridge (drives me mad!). Take a look at who I follow (or follow me), I am very particular about who is on my feed, you post one link to a picture and not a recipe and you are outta here son! Alternatively the Whole Foods Market and Green Monster apps are really good for healthy recipes.

Best for workouts: Freeletics. I loved using Freeletics simply because it gives you a lot of bodyweight exercises that you can do anywhere. It has workout programs and trackers etc. but I simply used it as inspiration to keep my workouts interesting by throwing in some new moves. Very helpful.

Best for staying up to date: Alpha Man Mag. As a monthly subscriber to Men’s Health I can honestly say that the best thing about Alpha Man (they have an Alpha Women section to girls) is that it is free and you don’t have to tear out a page and file it in a big binder when you find something interesting. Seriously I still file every magazine/newspaper page with something interesting about health/fitness/nutrition into a folder. I have titled it, fitness archives, it is over 300 pages long, it is an outdated method and I hate it! This app is my Alpha Man in shining armour.

Best for motivation: Spotify for in the gym motivation. Instagram for outside the gym motivation. Follow me @Healthyjon for plenty of healthy recipes, nutrition and training tips. @dickersonross @stevecook @shaunstafford for male fitness inspo. @shona_vertue @clean_eating_alice @zannavandijk for female fitness inspo and @thegoodquote for everyday motivational quotes.

Best for tracking  workouts: This really depends on what fitness tracker you are sporting, unfortunately few are cross compatible. I use a Fitbit and find their app really easy to use, but I have heard that Strava works with lots of fitness trackers and is particularly good at tracking runs and has a really easy to use interface. The one thing I would say about the Fitbit is it is dreadful at giving you stats when you are doing short distance sprints (something I do a lot of) because the GPS is either not accurate enough or can’t keep up.

Best for rewards: Earthmiles. Connect your fitness tracker of choice and it gives you discounts on loads of healthy products, fitness classes etc when you do exercise.

Not that I am trying to make you spend more time on your phone but I hope this has helped and wish you all the best of luck with your health and fitness pursuits. Jon.


healthyjon shakshouka


Until a few months ago this wonderful dish was a complete mystery to me, I had never heard of it let alone tried it. Now I make it pretty much every time I am in a rush and want a substantial hot meal without any carbs. It is also incredibly cheap to make which comes in handy when living on a student budget.

A shakshouka is a Libyan dish where eggs are poached in a tomato based sauce often containing peppers and onions, spiced with cumin. It is typically served in a cast iron pan with bread to mop up the sauce. It is also a very versatile meal and can be enjoyed as a healthy breakfast, lunch or dinner.

I have put my own twist on a classic recipe by adding quite a bit more fire power through the use of birds eye chillies and English mustard, then made the sauce more intense and flavoursome by adding capers and a little soy sauce.

healthyjon shakshouka
healthyjon shakshouka

Ingredients: (for 1 person)

  • 1 red or orange pepper
  • 2 large tomatoes
  • ½ a pack of cherry tomatoes
  • 2 eggs
  • 1 tsp. of capers
  • 1 tsp. of Dijon mustard
  • ½ a birds eye chilli
  • ½ tsp. of cumin seeds
  • ½ tsp. of paprika
  • 1 tbsp. of soy sauce
  • 1 small handful of fresh basil
  • Squeeze of lemon
  • 1 tbsp. of olive oil
  • Pinch of salt and pepper

Instructions: First wash all your veg then pat dry with a piece of kitchen towel. Then chop the cherry tomatoes in half and the large tomatoes and pepper into small ish chunks.

Get out a blender or food processor and add half of each of the veggies (half the cherry tomatoes, half the big tomatoes and half the pepper), then add the; capers, mustard, finely chopped chilli, cumin seeds, paprika, soy and half the basil. Blitz for a few seconds, we don’t want it to go smooth, just enough for it to be a chunky liquid.

Heat a small saucepan (not a wok like I have done, I usually cook this for 2) on a medium heat and add the olive oil. When the pan has heated up add the contents of the blender and all the remaining veg to the pan, cover and leave to cook for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.

With a spoon create two small wells in the tomato sauce and crack your eggs into them, squeeze in 1 wedge of lemon, cover the pan once more and leave for 2 minutes.

I would usually serve this in the pan, but as I used a wok I transferred mine to a bowl. Garnish with some fresh basil and if you like you can serve this with rice or quinoa etc. as I did today (I was very hungry!)

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healthyjon shakshouka

There you go, a delicious, healthy and hearty meal ready in 15 minutes, what more could you possibly wish for? Stick with tradition and serve it with bread or follow my lead and try serving it with black pepper and lemon quinoa, trust me it is a wonderful pairing. If quinoa isn’t your thing it works just as well with most other grains such as rice or buckwheat.

I hope you guys love this recipe as much as I do and don’t forget to follow my social media channels @healthyjon.

healthyjon vegan chilli con carne

Vegan Chilli Con Carne

This dish is great for those times when you are in a rush and need a recipe that no one can say a bad word about, as my mother has proved many times. This chilli gets put on the table pretty much every time she gets home late from work, has not to told us to cook dinner and has not got any vegetarian meals in the freezer for my sister. Which is probably more often than you think, but do you hear me complaining? Certainly not! This fiery little number pairs wonderfully with most grains, so serve it with quinoa, brown rice, buckwheat etc. top with some fresh herbs, perhaps, coriander or parsley and a dollop of yoghurt. I am getting hungry already!

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healthyjon vegan chilli con carne

Ingredients: (for 4 people)

  • 1 red onion
  • 2 peppers (any colour)
  • 1 can of chickpeas
  • 1 can of black beans
  • 2 cans of chopped tomatoes
  • 1 pack of pre-cooked wholegrain rice
  • 1 birds eye chilli
  • 1 tsp. of paprika
  • ½ tsp. of cumin
  • ½ tsp. of turmeric
  • 3 cloves of garlic
  • 1 handful of fresh coriander
  • Pinch of salt and pepper
  • Rapeseed oil

Additional extras: olives

Garnish with fresh coriander, yoghurt and lime.

Instructions: First of all get a blender and add the; chilli, chopped onion, paprika, cumin, turmeric, coriander stalks, garlic and 50ml of water, then blend until smooth.

Leave that to one side for a minute while we prep the rest of the ingredients, deseed and chop the peppers and then drain the chickpeas and black beans (no need to rinse).

Now turn your hob onto a medium heat and add all your prepped ingredients to a pan, along with a small glug of rapeseed oil and a pinch of salt and pepper. Leave to cook for 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.

Two minutes before the chilli is ready heat your rice in the microwave and then serve. Tear the coriander and sprinkle over the top.

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healthyjon vegan chilli con carne

Carby, filling and flavoursome the winning trio. It also really doesn’t take long to put together, all made with healthy fresh ingredients that don’t cost an arm and a leg. I am running out of excuses to give you to try this recipes out so just get on it. Have a great weekend all and I will see you in the next blog post.