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    5 Low-Calorie Smoothie Recipes That Legit Taste Like Milkshakes

    These healthy and delicious smoothie recipes for weight loss are a great way to cool down and pack in nutrients. So give these five under-300-calorie concoctions a whirl, and sip your way to a slimmer body.

    A Penn State study found that people whose smoothies were blended for five minutes ate 12 percent less food afterwards and felt fuller than those whose smoothies were minimally blended. Now that’s a great weight loss tactic we can so get behind!

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    5 Low Calorie Smoothie Recipes For Weight Loss

    1. The Cherry Bomb Smoothie

    This low-calorie cherry smoothie is made with frozen cherries, kiwi, orange juice, coconut water and honey.

    Simple Cherry Smoothie Recipe

    This low calorie cherry smoothie is made with frozen cherries, kiwi, orange juice, coconut water and honey.Serves 1. Per serving: 665kJ, 1g fat (1g sat), 38g carbs, 129mg sodium, 5g fibre, 3g protein.

    Prep Time 5 minutes mins

    Course Breakfast, Drinks, SnackCuisine Healthy, Vegetarian

    Servings 1 personCalories 159 kcal

    ¾ Cup Frozen cherries1 Kiwi, peeled and quartered¼ Cup Orange juice½ Cup Coconut water¾ tsp Honey3 Ice cubes

    Up the ante: Add a scoop of vanilla protein powder for an additional 15 to 25g of protein.

    Keyword breakfast, healthy, Smoothie

    2. Apple Mojito Light Smoothie

    With only 107 calories, this apple smoothie is great as a breakfast, snack or cocktail. That’s because it’s made with apple juice, peach, cucumber, sparkling water, lime juice, mint and honey. So delicious!

    Apple Smoothie Recipe For Weight Loss

    With only 107 calories, this apple smoothie is great as a breakfast, snack or cocktail. It’s made with apple juice, peach, cucumber, sparkling water, lime juice, mint and honey. Delicious!Serves 1. Per serving: 450kJ, 1g fat (1g sat), 27g carbs, 3mg sodium, 3g fibre, 2g protein.

    Course Breakfast, DrinksCuisine Healthy

    Servings 1 personCalories 107 kcal

    ¼ Cup Unsweetened apple juice1 Medium peach, peeled, pitted and quartered¼ Medium cucumber, peeled, seeded and quartered⅓ Cup Sparkling water¾ tsp Fresh lime juice3 leaves Fresh mint¾ tsp Honey6 Ice cubes

    Up the ante: Add two tablespoons light rum (about 270kJ) and have it at happy hour.

    Keyword breakfast, healthy, Smoothie, vegetarian

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    3. Island Refresher Smoothie

    This 221 calorie smoothie for weight loss is made from pineapple, mango, soy milk, cottage cheese and coconut flakes. Just trust us on this one; it’s so creamy, filling and delicious!

    Pineapple Weight Loss Smoothie

    This 221 calorie smoothie for weight loss is made from pineapple, mango, soy milk, cottage cheese and coconut flakes. Trust us on this one; it’s creamy, filling and delicious!Serves 1. Per serving: 925kJ, 2g fat (1g sat), 38g carbs, 244mg sodium, 4g fibre, 11g protein.

    Prep Time 5 minutes mins

    Course Breakfast, DrinksCuisine Healthy

    Servings 1 personCalories 221 kcal

    ¾ Cup Pineapple, cubed½ Cup Frozen mango¾ Cup Soya milk (with a drop of vanilla essence)3 Tbsp Low-fat cottage cheese¼ tsp Unsweetened coconut flakes, for garnish

    Up the ante: Add one tablespoon ground flaxseed for an extra two grams of fibre.

    Keyword breakfast, healthy, Smoothie

    4. Rise And Shine Smoothie

    Still looking for more smoothie recipes for weight loss? Then try this delicious and filling smoothie made with avocado, sweet potato, banana, milk and honey.

    Easiest Avocado Smoothie For Weight Loss

    Try this delicious and filling smoothie made with avocado, sweet potato, banana, milk and honey. Serves 1. Per serving: 1 215kJ, 8g fat (1g sat), 50g carbs, 135mg sodium, 7g fibre, 9g protein

    Course Breakfast, DrinksCuisine Healthy

    Servings 1 personCalories 291 kcal

    ¼ Avocado, peeled, pitted and cubed2 Tbsp Cooked sweet potato1 Small frozen banana, sliced¾ Cup Low-fat milk½ tsp Honey

    Up the ante: Blend in 1/4 cup raw or cooked oats for a thicker texture and more energy-fuelling carbs.

    Keyword breakfast, healthy, Smoothie

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    5. Awesome Almond Smoothie

    Start your morning with a super satiating 233 calorie smoothie made from banana, kale, almond butter, cinnamon, nutmeg and ground ginger. So yum!

    Awesome Banana, Almond & Kale Smoothie

    Start your morning with a super satiating 233 calorie smoothie made from banana, kale, almond butter, cinnamon, nutmeg and ground ginger. Yum!Serves 1. 975kJ, 8g fat ( More

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    This Plant-Based Ploughman’s Sandwich Is A Vegan Dream

    When transitioning over to a plant-based diet, you might really miss one thing: cheese. Luckily, plant-based cheese options abound. What’s more, this recipe delivers those cravings in the form of a plant-based ploughman’s sandwich that you’ll dream of.

    A ploughman’s sandwich is a rustic meal which includes a hunk of cheese on crusty bread, sweetened with a sauce and soured slightly with something pickled. This plant-based version delivers that.

    For this recipe, you’ll be using two types of Fairview plant-based cheeses. And, the mature flavours are so present that you’d be forgiven for thinking you’re eating the real thing. Layers of Fairview cream cheese and Fairview mature cheddar accompany streams of sweet chutney, making this an all-around treat.

    Finally, this sandwich contains a healthy dose of baby marrow, crisp green apple and baby spinach, delivering crucial minerals and vitamins, key for good heart health and brain function.

    READ MORE: 10 Keto-Friendly Vegetables That Are Incredibly Low-Carb

    Plant-Based Ploughman’s Sandwich

    This plant-based sandwich delivers maximum flavour and is healthy, too.

    Prep Time 5 minutes minsCook Time 10 minutes mins

    Course Main Course, SnackCuisine Sandwich, Vegan, Vegetarian

    1 Medium baguetteFairview Plant-Based Cream CheeseFairview Plant-Based Cheddar50 g Baby marrows1 Green apple1 cup baby leavesFairview Deli Chutney
    Slice the baguette in half lengthways and spread bottom half with cream cheese.Slice the baby marrows into long thin slices and grill for 1 minute on both side on medium heat.Place the grilled baby marrow slices on the sandwich.Top the sandwich with four thick slices of cheddar and thinly sliced apple.Finish with baby leaves and chutney.Slightly press down with the top half, slice and serve.

    Keyword Sandwich, Vegan, Vegan Cheese

    Try out the range here:

    Fairview’s range of plant-based cheeses is expansive and includes mozzarella, cheddar and cream cheese, which you’ll use to create this plant-based ploughman’s sandwich. All products are available at selected South African retailers.

    Fairview Plant-Based Cream Cheese

    The Fairview Plant-Based Cheddar

    Fairview Plant-Based Mozzarella

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    This Delicious DIY Tropical Coconut Granola Will Be Your New Breakfast Staple

    What could be better than a delicious (and healthy) bowl of granola in the morning? Umm, nothing! Homemade granola is actually surprisingly easy to make. Here’s how…

    The first thing you should know is that you can literally throw anything into the mix. That’s because homemade granola is one of those awesome, good-for-you foods, that you can tweak to suit your taste. After making this at home you’ll wonder why you ever bought the pre-made version in the first place. Forget the Pinã Colada, this tastes way better!

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    Homemade Tropical Coconut Healthy Granola

    Gina Beretta

    What could be better than a delicious (and healthy) bowl of granola in the morning? Umm, nothing! This healthy, tropical granola recipe is naturally-sweetened by honey and is the perfect breakfast for warmer months.

    Prep Time 8 minutes minsCook Time 1 hour hr

    Course BreakfastCuisine Healthy

    1 Baking sheet
    3 Cup Rolled oats1 Cup Almonds, chopped roughly¼ Cup Poppy seeds¼ Cup Mixed seeds½ Cup Coconut flakes1 tsp Cinnamon½ tsp Salt½ Cup Dried pineapple¾ Cup Coconut oil, melted1 Tbsp Honey
    Preheat the oven to 130 °C. Combine the dry ingredients (except the pineapple – set it aside for later). Whisk the wet ingredients until smooth. Combine the wet and the dry ingredients in a large bowl until everything is mixed through.Spread the mixture on the baking sheet in a thin layer (use two pans if necessary).Bake for an hour, stirring every 20 minutes. During the last 20 minutes of baking, stir in the pineapple chunks.Remove the granola from the oven and leave to cool a bit. You’ll be tempted to stir the mixture right away but don’t! The granola will form crunchy clusters as it cools.Store in an airtight container or jar.

    Keyword breakfast, cereal, vegetarian

    Shop The Ingredients For This Homemade Granola

    This tropical granola is packed with good-for-you ingredients!

    Not only is honey full of antioxidants, it’s also better for blood sugar levels than regular sugar.

    Almonds are high in Vitamin E which is linked to lower rates of heart disease, cancer and more.

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    This Plant-Based Cheesecake Is Delectable And Easy To Make

    Trying out your hand at vegan dessert? Look no further than this plant-based cheesecake that’ll satisfy your cravings.

    Chef SJ from the Fairview Goatshed Restaurant shares his all-time favourite vegan recipe: a mouth-watering cheesecake. Prepare to be amazed!

    The key ingredient that makes this plant-based cheesecake work, aside from the Fairview plant-based cream cheese (yip it exists) is agar agar. A vegan gelatin-like substance, it creates the bond that delivers that textbook cheesecake texture you’re after.

    This cheesecake uses maple syrup as its sweetener, derived from the maple tree, rather than honey, which bees produce, making it non-vegan.

    Try out the range here:

    Fairview’s range of plant-based cheeses is expansive and includes mozzarella, cheddar and cream cheese, which you’ll use to create this treat. All products are available at selected South African retailers.

    Fairview plant-based cream cheese

    To make cheesecake, dips and beyond, look to this decadent treat.

    Fairview plant-based cheddar

    This plant-based cheddar feels exactly like the real thing, with a strong mature taste.

    Fairview plant-based mozzarella

    Soft and melty, this makes the perfect accompaniment to pasta and pizza.

    READ MORE: This Braai Dessert Is So Simple Even Kids Can Make It

    Ready to try the plant-based cheesecake? Let’s get to it.

    Decadent Plant-based Cheesecake

    This creamy and delicious plant-based cheesecake has zero traces of animals.

    Prep Time 4 hours hrs 30 minutes mins

    Course DessertCuisine American, Healthy

    Servings 3

    1 tsp agar agar1 cup plant-based milk250 g Fairview plant-based cream cheese5 tbsp coconut yoghurt1 tsp lemon juice65 g maple syrup1 tsp vanilla essence120 g vegan granolafresh fruit for serving
    Dissolve agar agar in cold plant-based milk. Bring the milk to a boil and then transfer it to a food processor.Add the Fairview plant-based cream cheese, coconut yogurt, lemon juice, maple syrup, and vanilla extract to the food processor.Blend the ingredients on low speed until the mixture becomes smooth and creamy.Place the vegan granola in the bottom of three small dessert glass bowls.Pour the cheesecake mixture on top of the granola, filling each bowl.Refrigerate the bowls for the cheesecake to set, allowing it to firm up for a minimum of 4.5 hours.Once the cheesecake is set, layer each dessert with the fruit dessert topping.Garnish with fresh fruit, if desired.

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    Fire Up The Braai For This Peri Peri Chicken With Crèma

    Heritage Day is this weekend and you know what that means – it’s time to fire up the braai! South Africans sure know how to create bold and flavourful dishes and we have just the recipe to serve up some serious flavour! Say hello to the Krazy Kiwi Peri Peri Braai Chicken With Crèma – a mouthwatering masterpiece that’s about to take your braai game to a whole new level.

    What is Krazy Kiwi Kookbox? Kookbox, have crafted meal kits that are a breeze to follow, so you can effortlessly whip up tasty dishes right in the comfort of your own kitchen. Explore their wide variety of recipes, featuring options for families, plant-based enthusiasts, keto followers and those focused on health and fitness.

    Picture this: succulent chicken marinated in a fiery peri peri sauce, kissed by the flames of the braai and served up with a dollop of creamy, dreamy crèma. It’s a flavour explosion that’ll have your family and friends begging for more. So, grab your apron, get that grill sizzling and let’s celebrate Heritage Day in style – the South African way!

    What’s more? This recipe is super easy to follow, even if you’re a braai novice. And it’s ready in under an hour, so you’ll have plenty of time to catch up with your guests and enjoy the festivities.

    Peri Peri Braai Chicken With Crèma

    Kettle braai butterflied chicken with homemade Peri Peri Sauce, is a little more effort than a shop-bought Peri Peri sauce but worth the effort. The Peri Peri sauce can be made a day or two in advance.

    Prep Time 30 minutes minsCook Time 45 minutes mins

    Course Main CourseCuisine South African

    BlenderKettle braaiAluminium braai tray
    Peri Peri Sauce1 Red pepper Deseeded and cut into large chunks1 Red onion Peeled and quartered4 tbsp Olive oil1/2 tsp Paprika1/2 tsp Smoked paprika1/2 tsp Cayenne pepper1 tsp Salt1/2 tsp Coriander powder2 Garlic cloves Peeled 2 Bird’s eye chillies Deseeded2 Red chillies1/4 tsp White pepper1/4 tsp Chilli flakes1/4 tsp Rosemary1 tbsp Red wine vinegar1 Zest of lemon1.5 tsp Lemon juiceChicken1 Butterflied chicken4 Medium red onions Peeled and quarteredPeri Peri Crema2 tbsp Peri Peri sauce2 tbsp Natural yoghurt
    Peri Peri SaucePreheat the oven to 180°C.Mix red peppers, onions, chillies, garlic, paprika, smoked paprika, cayenne pepper, coriander, salt and 3 tbsp of olive oil in a bowl.Place the mixture onto a baking tray in the oven and cook for 20 minutes.Remove from the oven, cool the mixture and transfer to a blender. Add the remaining ingredients to the mixture and blend until smooth.Peri Peri Braai Chicken Preheat a kettle braai for indirect cooking to medium heat.Pat the chicken dry with a paper towel and place the chicken skin side up in an aluminium braai tray.Spread the chicken generously with ¼ cup of the peri peri sauce and leave to marinade at room temperature for about 30 minutes.Place the red onions around the chicken, season with salt.Cook the chicken in the kettle braai for about 45 minutes, until the juices of the chicken run clear.While the chicken is cooking mix the peri peri crema ingredients together.Serve warm with peri peri crèma and a green salad.

    Keyword braai, chicken

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    You Need To Make This Yummy Cauliflower Recipe With A South African Twist

    Looking for a delicious cauliflower recipe with some South African flair? You’ve come to the right place because this recipe delivers all of that goodness in spades!

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    This recipe is from Mokgadi Itsweng’s debut cookbook, Veggielicious, and it’s a cookbook worth investing in. Filled with tons of recipes that will help you eat more veggies and enjoy plant-based meals, you’re guaranteed to find some new faves.

    But now for the best part. Mokgadi uses indigenous ingredients that are often overlooked or forgotten (think: impepho in this recipe) and prioritises making affordable meals. We’re huge fans of hers and you will be too!

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    The Secret SA Ingredient In This Cauliflower Recipe

    It’s Impepho, of course! “Impepho or wild sage is an indigenous African herb that is widely used by traditional healers in spiritual prayer rituals. The herb is also used as an antifungal, antiseptic and anti-anxiety medicine,” explains Itsweng.

    And seriously, Impepho adds so much flavour to any food it is smoked with. “I use a kettle braai for smoking, but you can follow the quick smoking hack that I have included in the recipe,” says Itsweng.

    3 Essentials You’ll Use In This Recipe

    Le Creuset Venus Basting Brush

    Nothing beats a good basting brush, and this one will serve you well for years to come because it’s very high quality.

    Severin Smoothie Mix & Go Blender

    We love this all-in-one smoothie maker and blender that you can use to blend red peppers for this recipe.

    Weber 37cm Smokey Joe Kettle Braai

    This kettle braai might be small but it packs a punch. So take it along for picnics, braais or camping trips.

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    Impepho Smoked Cauliflower With Red Pepper Sauce

    Mokgadi Itsweng

    Impepho adds so much flavour to any food it is smoked with. And it will seriously up the ante on this cauliflower that will be the stand-out side at your next gathering.

    Prep Time 20 minutes minsCook Time 1 hour hr 5 minutes mins

    Course Side DishCuisine South African, Vegetarian

    Servings 6 people

    1 Kettle braai1 Saucepan1 Blender
    1 whole Cauliflower headHandful of dried impepho herb, for smoking the cauliflower1 clove Garlic, crushed¼ cup Olive oilSalt and pepper to tasteSauce2 Red peppers, left whole2 Tbsp Olive oil1 clove Garlic, crushed1 Tbsp Smoked paprika¼ cup Lemon juice1 Tbsp Brown sugarSalt and pepper to tasteHandful of fresh parsley or thyme, chopped
    Preheat the oven to 200 °C.Bring a saucepan of water with 1 teaspoon (5 ml) salt to a boil, then add the cauliflower head. Cook for 10 minutes, then drain and set aside.Smoke the cauliflower by placing a hot charcoal disk inside a small foil container, then adding a handful of dried impepho herb. When the impepho starts smoking, place it inside a kettle braai with the cauliflower. Close the kettle braai lid and allow to smoke for at least 10-15 minutes. Remove from the kettle braai and set aside. Quick hack: Use your oven as a smoker. Place the impepho on an oven tray, light it and when it starts to smoke place the tray on the bottom rack of the oven. Then place the cauliflower on the rack directly above the impepho. Close the oven and allow to smoke for 5-10 minutes.Mix the garlic with the olive oil and brush over the whole cauliflower. Season with salt and pepper. Place on a baking tray and roast in the preheated oven for 30 minutes until crisp on the outside.While the cauliflower is roasting, make the sauce by first roasting the peppers in the oven until the skins are blackened.Remove the peppers from the oven and place in a bowl, cover with clingwrap and allow to cool for 10 minutes. Once cooled, peel the skins off and blend the peppers, then set aside.Heat the oil, then add the garlic and paprika, and cook for 2 minutes on medium heat. Add the blended peppers and cook for 5 minutes, stirring continuously to ensure that the sauce doesn’t stick and burn.Add the lemon juice and brown sugar, cook for a further 2 minutes, then season with salt and pepper.To serve, slice the cauliflower into steaks or leave whole, then place on a platter. Pour the sauce over the cauliflower and top with chopped herbs.

    Keyword braai, dinner, starter, vegetarian

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    This Crunchy, Buttery Macadamia Nut Pie Is So Satisfying

    Fun fact for you: while macadamia nuts hail from Australia, South Africa is the largest producer of macadamia nuts in the world. To celebrate, why not make this crunchy and buttery macadamia nut pie?

    South Africa has much to be proud of in terms of macadamia nut production. The sector employs nearly 30,000 people across the value chain. Over 700 farmers grow the nuts, with growing regions expanding rapidly across the country.

    And while the nuts are in abundance here in SA, they’re also choc-a-block full of benefits. With one serving, you’ll get 58% of your recommended daily allowance of manganese. You’ll also get 9% of magnesium, as well as iron and vitamin B6.

    They’re also high in monounsaturated fats, the kind that’s good for your heart and even lowers your LDL, or the “bad” kind of cholesterol.

    In this macadamia nut pie, you’ll be serving yourself up a portion of antioxidants. These nix free radicals in the body, boost your brain health and stave off disease.

    Macadamia nuts boast some of the highest flavonoid levels of all tree nuts. This antioxidant fights inflammation and helps lower cholesterol. Plus, regularly eating macadamia nuts may reduce your risk of metabolic syndrome and contribute to lower, more stable blood sugar levels.

    Here, get those benefits with this delicious, buttery macadamia nut pie.

    Macadamia Nut Pie

    This macadamia nut pie is buttery, crunchy and oh-so satisfying.

    Prep Time 15 minutes minsCook Time 39 minutes mins

    Course DessertCuisine American

    1 ready made pie crust, pressed into a pie dish3 large eggs1 cup syrup or honey1/2 cup sugar2 tbsp butter melted1 tsp vanilla extract2 cups chopped macadamia nuts roasted and unsalted
    In a bowl, beat the eggs, syrup, sugar, butter and vanilla until combined.Stir in the nuts. Pour into crust.Bake at 160°C for 50-55 minutes or until centre is set and the top is golden brown. Cool on a wire rack.

    Keyword macadamia nut pie

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    Try These Veggie Sosaties Even Meat Lovers Will Love

    Delicious kebabs are a must-have at any South African braai. And these veggie sosaties from cookbook author Mynie Steffens, will impress vegetarians and meat lovers alike. So let’s get braaing!

    READ MORE: Exactly How To Make The Perfect Pizza On The Braai

    The recipe for these veggie sosaties is from Mynie Steffens, a self-confessed braai addict who has been cooking over coals since she was only 10!

    Whether you’re a braai newbie or a seasoned first-starter, you can still learn new tricks the Mynie way. Mynie Plays With Fire is jam-packed with easy recipes, curated braai-tasting menus, themed menus, playlists and fun facts. So you’ll definitely be the hostess with the mostess this Heritage Day. *Adds to cart*

    3 Must-Have Braai Essentials We Swear By

    Le Creuset Venus Basting Brush

    The bristles on this basting brush are designed to work like a real bristle brush. They hold liquids at the top and releasing them slowly towards the tip. This brush is heat resistant for up to 250°C. 

    Cast Iron Multi Grill

    Best for grilling meat, seafood or vegetables with minimal oil. Because of its extremely high heat retention, cast iron is a versatile material that can be used on almost any heat source. 

    Ripple Enamel Oval Roaster White

    You can easily store and serve wonderful warm meals with this grill-to-table roaster. Made of stainless steel and ceramic, it’s a must-have piece of kitchenware for every SA household. 

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    Halloumi and Veggie Sosaties

    Mynie Steffens

    Delicious sosaties are a must-have at any South African braai. These veggie ones from self-confessed braai addict, Mynie Steffens, are guaranteed to impress vegetarians and meat lovers alike.

    Prep Time 5 minutes minsCook Time 7 minutes mins

    Course Side DishCuisine South African

    Servings 6 people

    6 Cherry tomatoes1 Red onion, halved from top to bottom and each half cut into 3 chunks1 Yellow pepper, cut into 3x3cm cubes6 Blocks firm halloumi cheese, cut into 5x5cm blocks6 Medium button mushrooms1 tbsp Salt2 tbsp Fresh rosemary, choppedOlive oil for drizzling
    Skewer one of each vegetable and 1 block of cheese onto a large sosatie stick. Drizzle with olive oil and sprinkle with salt and rosemary.Braai over hot coals for 5–7 minutes (or until the halloumi has browned all over).

    Keyword braai, healthy, kebab, starter, vegetarian More