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This week we have another guest blog post by the wonderful Hannah Parry of www.hannahparry.co.uk and writer of the blog Hannah the Traveller. My sister Alice told me she'd signed up for Tough Mudder and I thought she was mad. "Why would you pay money to get muddy and electrocuted?!" Fast forward a few months and I some how find myself in a field in Surrey doing a (not very good) guided warm up to loud music with a man shouting instructions down a microphone. Oh well, YOLO.                        ***SCROLL...

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This week we have something a little bit different, a guest blog post by the wonderful Hannah Parry of www.hannahparry.co.uk and writer of the blog Hannah the Traveller. Why are they called Snounty Balls I hear you cry! Because they taste like an exact cross between a Snickers and a Bounty, that's why. They're incredibly easy to make: you only need a bowl and spoon (no messy mixers to wash up), and if you are even lazier than me you don't have to roll them into balls. Try pressing the mixture into a tray and topping with coconut before cutting into sections....

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Vegan Chocolate Protein Muffins So yesterday I decided to try combine two of my favourite things, protein and muffins. I used VFuel's Vegan Lean as my protein source which turned my protein muffins into the more appetising chocolate protein muffins.  I then spend hours (twenty seconds) finding the best vegan muffin recipes google had to offer, stealing little bits from each one I set out on my vegan protein muffin quest.  What you need 2 flax eggs (2Tbsps ground Flaxseed +5 Tbsps Water) 1 ¼ cup dairy free yogurt, (we used unsweetened coconut alpro) 2 bananas (nice and ripe) 2...

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What you need: 1 cup almonds1/2 cup gluten-free quick oats1 1/2 scoops (45g) Vegan Lean protein powder1/4 cup + 2 Medjool dates (pitted and packed)1/4 cup water (coconut with pulp or non-dairy milk works too)1 tablespoon maple syrup1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract1/4 teaspoon salt1/4 teaspoon cinnamonStep 1) Place all of the ingredients into a food processor and run until a dough forms, adding more coconut water a tablespoon at a time as needed (the dough should stay together when you press it between your fingers).Step 2) Scoop the dough into a tablespoon-sized ball, being sure to press it tightly to...

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  What is plant-based Protein? For anyone who doesn’t already know what plant-based proteins are… as you may have guessed from the name, they are proteins that are derived from plants. With that being said, there are many different sources that plant based protein powders can come from. Here are a few common ones: Peas Soya Hemp Rice Each plant based protein source is unique and will provide your body with a different amino acid profile and different nutrients that can aid a variety of things. In our products, we use a blend of Pea and Soya Protein to give...

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