5th February 2019
5th February 2019
With 2019 already in full swing we know it can be difficult to stick to our resolutions… hands up – who’s caved already? It’s something we can all relate to, bad habits slowly sneak back in, the office biscuit tin becomes just too tempting to resist and sweet cravings seem to take control. If you’re feeling this way, you’re not alone – and the good news is, we’re here to help. We’ve got some simple tips featuring delicious British apples that can help you keep on track and away from the tempting gravitational pull of chocolate.
If you’re tempted by unhealthy treats, snack on a nutritious British apple every day to help satisfy those afternoon hunger pangs. This tasty fruit is under 100 calories and packed with fibre – helping you feel fuller for longer. With hundreds of delicious varieties grown in the UK, there’s at least one to suit everyone’s taste buds, making that healthy eating New Year’s resolution more achievable. Want to find out which variety of Great British apple is perfect for you? Take the quiz here.
The Power of Plants
2019 has been hailed the year of the vegan. If your resolution was to eat more plants and you’ve discovered a new love of vegan food as part of Veganuary, whip up our Gala Apple Vegan Salad Jar for a delicious snack on the go. Packed with juicy Gala apples and crunchy cashews, you’ll want to keep eating this nutritious snack during Veganuary and beyond!
Apple Snack Hacks
British apples are the ideal on-the-go snack just as they are. However, if you’re after a change – there are plenty of tasty ways to ‘jazz’ up your apple (see what we did there?) Simply cut into chunks and dip in nut butters or bake Braeburn slices in the oven with cinnamon and cardamom to create crunchy apple crisps.
One Small Step at a Time
Try not to feel pressured to overhaul your lifestyle in one go. You’re more likely to stick to resolutions long-term by making simple changes every day. It can be as easy as swapping that chocolate bar for a naturally sweet and nutritious British apple instead.