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Guest recipe post – breast feeding friendly with Kelly Rennie

October 15, 2012

Continuing our ‘guest post’ theme whilst Jules continues to enjoy time out with baby Sacha, we asked the lovely Kelly Rennie, the UK’s no.1 Female Fitness Model, and more recently, new mummy, if she would like to share a series of guest recipes with us here at the Amoralia blog.

Kelly says on her own blog:
Finding time for eating healthy and exercising was always going to be a priority for me, but some days the exercise just doesn’t happen and that’s okay too…. Finding a balance between all these new challenges is what it’s all about.. So what I will say is for all those mothers out there that have not quite found a balance, ITS OKAY. Making small efforts a time is better than none and if you decide that you need a rest day, rest!!! As it gives you the power to move on the next…

Healthy Chicken and Vegetable Bake – breast-feeding friendly recipe.

2 Chicken Breasts (Organic)
1 Onion (Diced)
2 Red Peppers (Diced)
1 Courgette (Sliced)
1 handful Fresh Spinach (or use frozen)
6-7 Free-range Eggs
1 tbsp Worcester Sauce
1 tbsp Coconut Oil

1. Fry the onion, red pepper and courgettes in the coconut oil,  (for about 5-8min) – Set aside
2. Then fry the chicken on a medium heat with the Worcester sauce until the chicken starts to brown.
3. Mix the eggs in a large bowl, adding the spinach and rest of the ingredients
4. Pour the mixture into a round baking dish and bake on 180 degrees for 15-20 minutes.


Kelly Rennie has joined forces with UK Personal Trainer of the Year 2012, Katie Bulmer-Cooke to launch ‘The Fit Mummy Revolution’. Sign up to their newsletter here to find out more about their project to ‘lose your tummy, and feel great about being a mummy!’

and Don’t forget to enter our £250 October Prize Draw to with a 3D/4D babyscan here:

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