Mum makes 114 healthy snacks for $60 – that works out at just over 52 cents per serving!
Do you feel peckish in the afternoons but want to avoid reaching for the chocolate bars? Then you HAVE to try making some these delicious and healthy snacks!
Healthy mummy Eleanor Hannah made 114 servings of these scrumptious 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge snack recipes – and we are salivating just LOOKING at the pics!
Check out Eleanor’s yummy snacks below…
114 snacks for $60 – that works out at just over 52 CENTS per serving!
Eleanor says snacks are very welcome in her busy household!
“We are a family of six – two adults and four children – so snacks don’t last very long in our household, so we can never have enough of them,” she says.
“I always want to make sure we’ve got plenty of healthy snacks on hand, for lunch boxes or when we’re feeling peckish. At least with these healthy recipes I know exactly what’s in them.”
What’s more, Eleanor says she saves money by making her snacks – as opposed to buying them from the supermarket.
“…they’re cheaper than regular chocolate bars!”
Yum! Check out what Eleanor made for $60:
10 serves of Choc Mint Fudge Balls
These fudge balls are so delicious – and they only work at 133 calories per ball!
This recipe is available for Challenge members and can be found on the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge recipe hub.
12 serves of Choc Chip Banana Bread
This is a great healthy recipe that all the family will LOVE! What’s more, it’s only 118 calories per slice!
36 serves of Peanut Bubble Crunch
With rice bubbles, peanut butter and chocolate, everyone in the household will absolutely adore crunching these scrumptious slices, whether they are in school lunches or as an afternoon tea treat. This recipe is only 134 calories per slice!
20 serves of Twix Slice
This recipe tastes just like the Twix chocolate bar, but it’s actually a MUCH more healthier version. In fact, it’s only 100 calories per slice!
24 serves of Snickers Slice
This recipe is gluten free, dairy free and refined sugar free, so if you love choccy bars like Snickers now you can make a healthy treat alternative – and it’s only 184 calories per serving!
12 serves of Mini Cheese and Walnut Savoury Muffins
This recipe provides a nutrient rich snack for in between meals and it’s only 198 calories per serving.
This recipe can be found on the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge recipe hub.
“I customise our menu to suit what’s on special in the shops and what I already have in the cupboards, this means I will never have any wastage,” says Eleanor.
“The bonus is my kids love them the snacks I make them!”
Delicious. Eleanor’s recipes certainly got us excited for snack-time.
Eleanor’s 40kg weight loss success story
Eleanor has been following the Healthy Mummy weight loss plans since her third baby was born in 2012.
Now, after losing more than 40kgs* and having another baby in between, she is happier and has more confidence than ever.
“I found The Healthy Mummy while searching for a breastfeeding friendly meal replacement after my third child was born in 2012. I was 120kgs, desperately unhappy and found that I was skipping a lot of meals,” she says.
“What I ended up finding was so much more than a meal replacement! The Healthy Mummy 28 Day Weight Loss Challenges stood out to me and I haven’t looked back since!”
Regain body confidence with our 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge
Want to shift your baby weight and access thousands and thousands of healthy and delicious recipes? The Healthy Mummy’s 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge can help.
Here’s what our Challenge entails:
- 28 days of at home exercise routines (no gym needed) – with video instruction
- Customisable and breastfeeding friendly meal plans
- Time-efficient exercises for busy mums – under 30 mins
- Challenge combines Pilates exercises with interval and circuit training (HIIT)
- Suitable for basic to advanced fitness levels.
- Home to thousands of EASY-TO-MAKE recipes.
To find out more on the 28 Day Weight Loss Challenge click here.
*Images and references to kilograms lost are as supplied by the individual in the story. The Healthy Mummy assumes information and photographs supplied to be true in nature and is not responsible for any false misrepresentations or claims relating to their programs or products.