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My 5 Best Healthy Mexican Recipes

My 5 Best Healthy Mexican Recipes

Hand ups if you LOVE Mexican food?! That's a big YES from me. I just love all the spices, and will basically devour anything and everything Mexican inspired. But not only is Mexican food DEELLIICIOUSSS! It is packed with goodness, and can easily be made into healthy alternatives without lacking in flavour. So I wanted to share with you my 5 best healthy Mexican recipes.  These tasty meals are PERFECT for lunch or dinner, and I seriously recommend making extra...because you're going to be wanting seconds. I've got meat and vegan options so there is something for everyone! 1. Mexican Beef with Avocado Salsa This recipe is AMAZING! I approached the marinating a little differently this time but the outcome tastes so so so good. This is one of my top go-to recipes for a quick and easy meal, and I never get sick of it.     2. Vegan Burrito Bowl IT'S HERE! This is the best #vegan Buritto bowl you'll ever taste, and I am not exaggerating. It is seriously un-real and perfect for a quick and simple dinner...but also PACKS a punch with flavour!     3. Veggie Beef Tacos These minced beef tacos are the best! They're packed with veggies and are so tasty with the perfect amount of Mexican seasoning. This is such a quick and easy taco recipe, you'll be eating in no time.     4. Chicken Burrito Bowl For all the chicken lovers out there, this is the burrito bowl for you! The flavours are insane, and it is packed to brim with goodness. You'll fall in love with this healthy alternative.     5. Vegan Enchiladas  Soooo enchiladas are DELISH! I absolutely love them and I just made these BOSS vegan ones to impress a vegan in the office....It totally worked. BUT even if you're not vegan, you have to give these a try! You will LOVE them!     Let me know your thoughts in the comments below and what you would like to see more in Meal Prep Sunday. I LOVE LOVE LOVE hearing your feedback! Be sure to also share your creations with me on Instagram so I can like, comment and share! Use the tag @leahitsines and hashtag #leahitsines to reach out. Leah x
Week 4: Meal Prep Sunday

Week 4: Meal Prep Sunday

I can't believe it's already Week 4 of Meal Prep Sunday! Time is FLYING! If you're new to Meal Prep Sunday then welcome. I am SO excited you're here. Making healthy cooking quick, easy and..most importantly...super tasty, is my biggest passion in life! Too often healthy eating is associated with depreciation, boring food and complicated expensive recipes.  I am here to BUST this myth! Meal Prep Sunday is all about fitting healthy eating into your life - no matter how busy you are. No more wondering what to eat, spending hours in the kitchen, skipping meals or grabbing Uber Eats in exhaustion. All I need from you is 2-3 hours on a Sunday? How easy is that? Let's dive into Week 4... Meal Prep Guidelines Each Meal Prep Sunday Plan contains one daily plan, which you can use from Monday to Wednesday or full the whole week. It's completely up to you. For each recipe I provide, you'll need to work out how many serves you need. This is determined by how many days you follow the plan and also how many people are following the plan along with you. For instance, if you and you're partner (2 people) decided to follow the plan from Monday to Wednesday (3 days), you would need to make 6 servings of each recipe. To be clear, each plan isn't a diet or weight loss plan but a guide to easily incorporate balanced and healthy eating into your life. However, because each plan is packed with goodness you may notice a change in your energy, overall wellbeing and potentially your weight over time depending on you normal eating routine. If there's a recipe you don't like then simply swap it out for one of my many others. Simply look for recipes that you can easily batch cook, keep in the fridge and reheat if you need. After you've portioned out any warm or hot meals into containers, make sure you give them some time cool on your bench, before putting the lid on or putting them in your fridge. Putting hot into the fridge straight away, can cause bacteria to form and no one wants that.      REGULAR  This Week's Meal Prep Plan: Breakfast: Mixed Berry Chia Pudding Snack 1: Carrot Sticks (1-2 Carrots) and Hummus (2-3 Tbsp) Lunch: Sesame BBQ Chicken  Snack 2: 2x Reece Peanut Butter Cups Dinner: Salmon with Lemon and Chive Dressing and Greek Salad Meal Prep Method: 1. Read through this whole post first - so there's no risk of missing anything - and then work out how many days and how people are following the plan so you know how many serves you need to make of each recipe. 2. Go through each recipe and construct your shopping list for the week. What's great about meal prepping is you don't need a million different ingredients because you're making the same meals. 3. Go food shopping! 4. Once you're home, make sure you're kitchen is clear and ready for cooking, and then get out all the ingredients and containers you need. This is also the time you can put on some music, a podcast or a movie - or maybe you just want silence - whatever you need to enjoy the next couple hours. 5. Let get into it - we're going to start by doing the pre work for your breakfast and dinner. First we'll focus on your Mixed Berry Chia Pudding. Simply follow steps 1 and 2 of the recipe, and then put the mixture in the fridge, we'll come back to it later. 6. Now let's marinate the chicken for your Sesame BBQ Chicken. Simply follow steps 2 and 3 of the recipe, and then put the marinating chicken to the side, we'll come back to it later. 7. It's time to get your snacks sorted for the week. For your Reece Peanut Butter Cups I want you to follow steps 1 and 2 of the recipe and then put them in the freezer - we'll come back to this recipe in a couple minutes. 8. While you're Reece Peanut Butter Cups are freezing, I want to get your carrots and hummus ready. Now with this snack you may want to just take a bag of carrots and a container of hummus and put them in the fridge at work (if you have one) - this way you can chop up the carrot and grab the hummus as you need it. Otherwise, cut up all the carrots you need and then seperate each serving into a container before adding the hummus to one side of the each container. 9. Now Reece Peanut Butter Cups should nearly be finished in the freezer so let's complete step 3 of the recipe and then pop them in the fridge so they can set - we'll come back to them at the end. 10. It's time to get your dinner ready for the week. Now with the salmon, I think it's best to cook it fresh! So right now we're going to prep your Lemon and Chive Dressing for your salmon and your Greek Salad. For your dressing, follow step 4 of the recipe and then put it in a container in the fridge. For your salad simply follow the recipe and then also put it in a container in the fridge. (Note: If you're following this plan for more than 3 days then you may want to make a fresh batch of salad on Wednesday). Now each night all you have do is put the salmon on a tray and then bake in the oven for 20 minutes (aka Steps 1-3 of the Salmon with Lemon and Chive Dressing recipe) - which is crazy easy! and then serve up with your dressing and salad! 11. Now let's finish off your Sesame BBQ Chicken. By this time your chicken should have finished marinating so follow step 1 and then steps 4-8 of the recipe. Once you're done seperate each serve in seperate containers and then leave the food to cool on your kitchen bench for your. 12. By now your Reece Peanut Butter Cups should be set so you can choose either seperate each serve (2 Cups) into individual containers to take to work or you can put them in one big container to keep at work and grab as you need it's up to you! 13. You're nearly done! We're going to finish off your Mixed Berry Chia Pudding by following steps 4 -5 (Don't worry if the mixture hasn't been there for the full 3 hours as it will continue to thicken after blend it with your berries). Once your done seperate each serve into individual containers so you can easily grab your breakfast as you rush out the door to work. 15. Now it's time to clean up! Once you're done, pop your Sesame BBQ Chicken in the fridge (should have cooled down by now) and you are FINISHED!! YAY! You just smashed Meal Prep Sunday!! Take a moment to feel proud of what you just accomplished - you've just set yourself up for a happy and healthy week, which is truly amazing! Go put you're feet up and take some time to relax. You've earned it!     VEGETARIAN / VEGAN This Week's Meal Prep Plan: Breakfast: Mixed Berry Chia Pudding Snack 1: Carrot Sticks (1-2 Carrots) and Hummus (2-3 Tbsp) Lunch: Vegan Meal Prep Snack 2: 2x Reece Peanut Butter Cups Dinner: Vegan Bolognese with pasta (Feel free to serve with some cheese if you eat dairy) Meal Prep Method: 1. Read through this whole post first - so there's no risk of missing anything - and then work out how many days and how people are following the plan so you know how many serves you need to make of each recipe. 2. Go through each recipe and construct your shopping list for the week. What's great about meal prepping is you don't need a million different ingredients because you're making the same meals. 3. Go food shopping! 4. Once you're home, make sure you're kitchen is clear and ready for cooking, and then get out all the ingredients and containers you need. This is also the time you can put on some music, a podcast or a movie - or maybe you just want silence - whatever you need to enjoy the next couple hours. 5. Let get into it - we're going to start by doing the pre work for your breakfast and dinner. First we'll focus on your Mixed Berry Chia Pudding. Simply follow steps 1 and 2 of the recipe, and then put the mixture in the fridge, we'll come back to it later. 6. Now let's get your pumpkin ready for your Vegan Meal Prep as that's going to be baking in the oven for 35 minutes. Simply follow steps under Roasted Pumpkin and then put a timer on for 35 minutes. When then timer goes off simply turn off the oven and we'll come back to the pumpkin later. 7. It's time to get your snacks sorted for the week. For your Reece Peanut Butter Cups I want you to follow steps 1 and 2 of the recipe and then put them in the freezer - we'll come back to this recipe in a couple minutes. 8. While you're Reece Peanut Butter Cups are freezing, I want to get your carrots and hummus ready. Now with this snack you may want to just take a bag of carrots and a container of hummus and put them in the fridge at work (if you have one) - this way you can chop up the carrot and grab the hummus as you need it. Otherwise, cut up all the carrots you need and then seperate each serving into a container before adding the hummus to one side of the each container. 9. Now Reece Peanut Butter Cups should nearly be finished in the freezer so lets complete step 3 of the recipe and then pop them in the fridge so they can set - we'll come back to them at the end. 10. Let's get your dinner ready! This Vegan Bolognese is AMAZING! But before you follow the recipes that before sure to first start by cooking your pasta as per the instructions on the packet. Then simply follow all the steps to make your Vegan Bolognese. Once both your pasta and sauce are done, mix them through together and then serve up into individual containers or one big container. Allow your dinner to cool before popping it in the fridge. 12. Now by this time your Roast Pumpkin should be done, and we can finish cooking your Vegan Meal Prep. Follow the steps for your Turmeric Rice and Bean Mix and then seperate each meal into individual containers. Remember to let the food cool with the lids off before you putting in the fridge. 13. By now your Reece Peanut Butter Cups should be set so you can choose either seperate each serve (2 Cups) into individual containers to take to work or you can put them in one big container to keep at work and grab as you need it's up to you! 14. You're nearly done! We're going to finish off your Mixed Berry Chia Pudding by following steps 4 -5 (Don't worry if the mixture hasn't been there for the full 3 hours as it will continue to thicken after blend it with your berries). Once you're done seperate each serve into individual containers so you can easily grab your breakfast as you rush out the door to work. 15. Now it's time to clean up! Once you're done, pop all your meals in the fridge (which should have cooled down by now) and you are FINISHED!! YAY! You just smashed Meal Prep Sunday!! Take a moment to feel proud of what you just accomplished - you've just set yourself up for a happy and healthy week, which is truly amazing! Go put you're feet up and take some time to relax. You've earned it! Let me know your thoughts in the comments below and what you would like to see more in Meal Prep Sunday. I LOVE LOVE LOVE hearing your feedback! Be sure to also share your creations with me on Instagram so I can like, comment and share! Use the tag @leahitsines and hashtag #leahitsines to reach out. Leah x      
4 Easy Ways To Make Delicious Lasagna

4 Easy Ways To Make Delicious Lasagna

How good is lasagna? I am personally a big BIG fan! Incase you can't tell haha It's one of those meals that are filling, nourishing and loved by the whole family. It's a guaranteed dinner winner, and one of the easiest ways to keep every one happy. I love enjoying lasagna with my friends and family so today I wanted to share 4 easy ways to make the most delicious and most perfect lasagna! Let's get into the good stuff... 1. Classic Beef Lasagna  Oh my GOSH! This lasagna is seriously INCREDIBLE! I just love it so much because it's such a hearty meal and will fast become your family's new favourite.     2. Vegetable Lasagna  Oh YES, I'm super excited about this recipe, because its SOO delicious!! But also really light and healthy as it's packed with vegetables instead of pasta - I PROMISE no one will even notice. Be sure to make a little extra as everyone will be begging you for seconds.     3. Spicy Chorizo Lasagna This is a new favourite recipe of mine! By now it's pretty clear that I LOVE lasagna, and the addition of spicy chorizo sausages takes the flavour to a whole other level. This is a MUST-TRY recipe.      4. Spinach and Ricotta Cannelloni So I know this isn't exactly lasagna but man this cannelloni tastes so damn good! This recipe cannelloni is the perfect hearty, warm and delicious meal....and EASY! I've separated the cannelloni and the sauce, so its not as daunting as it looks! Super simple, easy and the whole family will love it.      Let me know your thoughts in the comments below and what you would like to see more in Meal Prep Sunday. I LOVE LOVE LOVE hearing your feedback! Be sure to also share your creations with me on Instagram so I can like, comment and share! Use the tag @leahitsines and hashtag #leahitsines to reach out. Leah x
3 Easy Remedies To Boost Your Immunity

3 Easy Remedies To Boost Your Immunity

  I don't know about you but I hate getting sick or run down! It's never a fun time, and with everything going on I definitely don't have the time to spend days in bed. If you're here then I'm guessing you're exactly the same! WOO! (We must be twins haha) So I wanted to share with you my 3 easy recipes to boost your immunity! Whether you're trying to get over a cold or simply looking for something to boost you're overall wellbeing then these recipes are perfect for you. Plus, they're super super super easy! Let's get into it... 1) Honey & Tumeric Remedy We're taking convenience to a whole new level. This is one of my favourite remedies to avoid getting sick and is so easy to store in a cool dry place. This mixture is perfect to add to teas, toast or anything warm delicious. I love having a teaspoon of this mixture with a squeeze of lemon in hot water as a tea. Trust me, you'll thank me later.     2) Remedy Pumpkin Soup This easy and healthy pumpkin soup is so nourishing and so delicious. There's no cream in this one, instead I've made this pumpkin soup with coconut cream but you could also use coconut milk. The coconut makes this a great easy dinner recipe for vegans but I know everyone will love it.      3) My Apple Cider Immunity Shot I love this Apple Cider Immunity Shot because it's the perfect thing to help you fight off a cold or for when need a wellness boost! It is PACKED with so much goodness!! and is a great natural remedy to add into your routine. I even made a video for this recipe so you can follow along with me! WOO!     Let me know your thoughts in the comments below and what you would like to see more in Meal Prep Sunday. I LOVE LOVE LOVE hearing your feedback! Be sure to also share your creations with me on Instagram so I can like, comment and share! Use the tag @leahitsines and hashtag #leahitsines to reach out. Leah x
Week 3: Meal Prep Sunday

Week 3: Meal Prep Sunday

  Welcome back to another round of Meal Prep Sunday. YAY! I am so glad you are LOVING LOVING LOVING this blog. It's make me so excited!! and means so much to me to hear your amazing feedback. If you haven't noticed already, I'm a tad obsessed with creating recipes and plans that you really support you. I mean does anyone really want to be spending hours in the kitchen or eating boring food....? Definitely not me! Meal Prep Sunday is here to help YOU easily fit healthy and balanced meals into your life. It's going to save you a lot of time, stress and energy, and ensure you're body is enjoying tasty, filling and nourishing food. No more skipping breakfast, takeaway lunches, two minute noodles or 3pm hunger pains, because this meal prep plan has got you completely covered. All I need from you is 2- 3 hours on a Sunday for some meal prepping fun! Put on your favourite music so you can dance along or even have a podcast or movie playing to help the time fly by. Let's get started!   Meal Prep Guidelines Each Meal Prep Sunday Plan contains one daily plan, which you can use from Monday to Wednesday or full the whole week. It's completely up to you. For each recipe I provide, you'll need to work out how many serves you need. This is determined by how many days you follow the plan and also how many people are following the plan along with you. For instance, if you and you're partner (2 people) decided to follow the plan from Monday to Wednesday (3 days), you would need to make 6 servings of each recipe. To be clear, each plan isn't a diet or weight loss plan but a guide to easily incorporate balanced and healthy eating into your life. However, because each plan is packed with goodness you may notice a change in your energy, overall wellbeing and potentially your weight over time depending on you normal eating routine. If there's a recipe you don't like then simply swap it out for one of my many others. Simply look for recipes that you can easily batch cook, keep in the fridge and reheat if you need. After you've portioned out any warm or hot meals into containers, make sure you give them some time cool on your bench, before putting the lid on or putting them in your fridge. Putting hot into the fridge straight away, can cause bacteria to form and no one wants that.      REGULAR  This Week's Meal Prep Plan: Breakfast: Egg Breakfast Muffins Snack 1: 1x Apple (sliced) & Nut Butter (your choice of 2.5 tsp) Lunch: Chicken Patty Snack 2: 2x Lamington Protein Balls Dinner: Sesame Beef Noodles Meal Prep Method: 1. Read through this whole post first - so there's no risk of missing anything - and then work out how many days and how people are following the plan so you know how many serves you need to make of each recipe. 2. Go through each recipe and construct your shopping list for the week. What's great about meal prepping is you don't need a million different ingredients because you're making the same meals. 3. Go food shopping! 4. Once you're home, make sure you're kitchen is clear and ready for cooking, and then get out all the ingredients and containers you need. This is also the time you can put on some music, a podcast or a movie - or maybe you just want silence - whatever you need to enjoy the next couple hours. 5. Let get into it. We're going to get started by marinating the beef for your Sesame Beef Noodles. Simply follow steps 1 and 2 of the recipe, and then put the marinating beef to the side, we'll come back to it later. 6. Now let's make your Egg Breakfast Muffins! Whip these up and then once their in the oven put a timer on for 20 minutes. When the timer goes off, simple take them out of the oven and put them to the side - we'll come back to them later.  7. Your apple and nut butter for snack 1 is the easiest thing to meal prep and there's a couple different ways to approach it. 1) You can take all your apples and a jar of nut butter to work on Monday and then simply slice up the apple with the nut butter when you need it or 2) Put each apple into a container with 2.5 tsp of nutter butter on the side or in mini container and then simply grab in the morning. Either way it's crazy easy! My recommendation is not to slice the apple till you need it - that way it's stays nice and juicy, and doesn't go brown! 8. Your going to love this next step because we're going to be making your Lamington Protein Balls! Simply follow the steps of the recipe and then when you're done your can either 1) Put them in one big container and leave them at work to grab when you need or 2) Seperate each serve (2 protein balls) in seperate containers and then simply grab in the morning. Either way, make sure you store them in the fridge! 9. Now let's come back to you Egg Breakfast Muffins! By this time they should have finished cooking and been cooling for a few minutes. Now just like the Lamington Protein Balls you can either choose to store them in one big container at home or work, OR seperate small containers to grab in the morning from your home fridge. This really depends on your work schedule, morning hunger pains and routine. Choose whichever option is going to suit you and remember to store in the fridge once the egg muffins are cool. 10. Only two recipes left to go. Let's get on top of the Chicken Patty lunch, as this one will take a little longer. This is naturally a Meal Prep Recipe so simply flow the steps and you're all done. 11. By this time your beef should be marinated to perfection! So let's finish off your Sesame Beef Noodles aka steps 3 to 7. As always, once you're done you store the meal in one big container or seperate each serve into seperate containers - it's up to you. Once the beef is completely cool, put the container(s) in the fridge and you're done! 12. Wooo! You smashed! Now make sure you have your favourite music, movie or podcast on for the last hurdle of cleaning up and then put you're feet up and relax, you definitely deserve it.     VEGAN  This Week's Meal Prep Plan: Breakfast: Egg Breakfast Muffins or Homemade Baked Beans Snack 1: 1x Apple (sliced) & Nut Butter (your choice of 2.5 tsp) Lunch: Sweet Potato Curry Snack 2: 2x Lamington Protein Balls Dinner: Mediterranean Pasta Meal Prep Method: 1. Read through this whole post first - so there's no risk of missing anything - and then work out how many days and how people are following the plan so you know how many serves you need to make of each recipe. 2. Go through each recipe and construct your shopping list for the week. What's great about meal prepping is you don't need a million different ingredients because you're making the same meals. 3. Go food shopping! 4. Once you're home, make sure you're kitchen is clear and ready for cooking, and then get out all the ingredients and containers you need. This is also the time you can put on some music, a podcast or a movie - or maybe you just want silence - whatever you need to enjoy the next couple hours. 5. Now first things first - all my vegetarians I need you decision to make between Egg Breakfast Muffins or Homemade Baked Beans for breakfast. If you choose the Egg Breakfast Muffins then I want you to follow steps 6 to 9 from the REGULAR Meal Prep Method and then come back to here to complete steps 10 to 12 of this Meal Prep Method. For all the vegos and vegans enjoying my Homemade Baked Beans, simply keep following the steps below! 6. Now all the decisions are done and out of the way, let's get all the easy stuff done and dusted. Your apple and nut butter for snack 1 is the easiest thing to meal prep and there's a couple different ways to approach it. 1) You can take all your apples and a jar of nut butter to work on Monday and then simply slice up the apple with the nut butter when you need it or 2) Put each apple into a container with 2.5 tsp of nutter butter on the side or in mini container and then simply grab in the morning. Either way it's crazy easy! My recommendation is not to slice the apple till you need it - that way it's stays nice and juicy, and doesn't go brown! 8. Your going to love this next step because we're going to be making your Lamington Protein Balls! Simply follow the steps of the recipe and then when you're done your can either 1) Put them in one big container and leave them at work to grab when you need or 2) Seperate each serve (2 protein balls) in seperate containers and then simply grab in the morning. Either way, make sure you store them in the fridge! 9. Now on to your Homemade Baked Beans! Simply follow steps 1 to 4 of the recipe and then once you finished cooking, seperate each serve into individual containers. This recipe is made to be served with toast so in the morning you can either quickly toast one or two pieces of bread while you're getting ready OR you can put your bread into seperate containers and toast them at work! Whichever way is easier for you! 10. Now on to your Sweet Potato Curry. Simply follow all the steps of the recipe and then seperate each serve into individual containers. Now it's important to note here that there is a bit of cooking time in between some of the steps so use these moments to start cooking your Mediterranean Pasta by putting on the pasta and chopping up the veggies. 11. Either start or finish following the steps to finish making your Mediterranean Pasta. As always, once you're done you can store the pasta in one big container or seperate each serve into seperate containers - it's up to you. Once the pasta is completely cool, put the container(s) in the fridge and you're done! 12. Wooo! You smashed! Now make sure you have your favourite music, movie or podcast on for the last hurdle of cleaning up and then put you're feet up and relax, you definitely deserve it.     Let me know your thoughts in the comments below and what you would like to see more in Meal Prep Sunday. I LOVE LOVE LOVE hearing your feedback! Be sure to also share your creations with me on Instagram so I can like, comment and share! Use the tag @leahitsines and hashtag #leahitsines to reach out. Leah x      
My 8 Best Pre & Post Work Out Snacks

My 8 Best Pre & Post Work Out Snacks

Now before you start thinking...'Leah! Don't go all gym junkie on me'...hear me out! Whether you love the gym, yoga, pilates, hiking or riding your bike to work, all exercise uses energy! I mean you know that, it's not rocket science -  and thank god for that (Maths and I aren't really friends haha) If you don't fuel your body, you'll end up exhausted and not able perform as you want to - and this goes for everything in life, not just working out! One of the reasons, I'm so so so passionate about food is because I've seen how much it can positively impact people's mental, physical and emotional wellbeing. My boyfriend will be the first to admit that I can get a little hangry....BUT as soon as you feed me I'm right back to my happy bubbly self haha anyone else guilty of this?! Food is my happiness! So let's nourish your body so no matter what you do, you feel energised and AMAZING! Here are my best 8 pre and post workout (or 3pm hangry) snacks! 1. Caramel Nut Butter This year I made the switch to nut butter from the store bought peanut butter....and I am in love. It tastes so so so good, plus it's got no hidden nasties! I love pairing this nut butter with some apple or banana to make the perfect nourishing snack.     2. Vegan Protein Brownies This is SUCH a delicious protein brownie that can be enjoyed at ANY time of the day but is especially perfect as pre or post workout snack! I love it with a bit of yoghurt and fresh berries! Tip: If you're a sweet tooth than you may want to add a little extra rice or maple syrup to taste. I'm not overly into sweet food so I didn't add heaps of syrup in the brownies but that doesn't mean you can't enjoy a little extra :)     3. Peanut Butter Bars Super delicious and easy to make, these Peanut Butter Bars have everything you need to power you through any work out or the day. They also really hit the spot around that 3 o'clock snack time!     4. Vanilla and Almond Butter Protein Balls This quick, easy and energising snack is the perfect for a morning pick-me-up. Packed with protein, carbs and good fats, you're body will be loving these tasty treats.     5. Salted Caramel Smoothie How AMAZING is this? This salted caramel shake will make you jump out of bed in the morning! The recipe is by the beautiful @danisobbi, and I absolutely love it.     6. Choc-Protein Lava Cake These Choc-Protein Lava Cakes are an absolute must have dessert. Super easy to make and take less than 5 minutes in the oven, they're a protein recipe well worth eating for dessert!      7. Peanut Butter Protein Balls THIS recipe is SOOO good and SOO easy for when you have those 3 O'clock sugar cravings or need a quick snack before or after your workout! These keep in the fridge for up 3-4 days, so if you make a big batch you'll have plenty of snacks. THEY'RE SO GOOD!     8. Banana Smoothie YUMMM! This is so delicious! I LOVE bananas because they're so rich with nutrients and make the yummiest snacks and breakfasts. This deeeliicccious banana smoothie is perfect for with frozen or fresh banana, and will seriously perk you up.      Try a recipe or two this week and let me know your thoughts in the comments below. I LOVE LOVE LOVE hearing your feedback! Be sure to also share your creations with me on Instagram so I can like, comment and share! Use the tag @leahitsines and hashtag #leahitsines to reach out. Leah x
Week 2: Meal Prep Sunday

Week 2: Meal Prep Sunday

Welcome to ROUND 2 of Meal Prep Sunday! YAY! I received SO much positive feedback from the first post so I think it's definitely safe to say that Meal Prep Sundays are here to stay! This week I have also included vego and vegan options so that there is something for everyone...but mostly because I have to keep the vegan in the office happy...hahah jokes jokes! PLUS, I have some new super delicious recipes that I am SO excited for you to try!! Now remember the purpose of Meal Prep Sunday is to support YOU to easily fit healthy and balanced meals into your life. It's going to save you a lot of time, stress and energy, and ensure you're body is enjoying tasty, filling and nourishing food. No more skipping breakfast, takeaway lunches, two minute noodles or 3pm hunger pains, because this meal prep plan has got you completely covered. All I need from you is 2- 3 hours on a Sunday for some meal prepping fun! Put on your favourite music so you can dance along or even have a podcast or movie playing to help the time fly by. Let's get started!   Meal Prep Guidelines Each Meal Prep Sunday Plan contains one daily plan, which you can use from Monday to Wednesday or full the whole week. It's completely up to you. For each recipe I provide, you'll need to work out how many serves you need. This is determined by how many days you follow the plan and also how many people are following the plan along with you. For instance, if you and you're partner (2 people) decided to follow the plan from Monday to Wednesday (3 days), you would need to make 6 servings of each recipe. To be clear, each plan isn't a diet or weight loss plan but a guide to easily incorporate balanced and healthy eating into your life. However, because each plan is packed with goodness you may notice a change in your energy, overall wellbeing and potentially your weight over time depending on you normal eating routine. If there's a recipe you don't like then simply swap it out for one of my many others. Simply look for recipes that you can easily batch cook, keep in the fridge and reheat if you need. After you've portioned out any warm or hot meals into containers, make sure you give them some time cool on your bench, before putting the lid on or putting them in your fridge. Putting hot into the fridge straight away, can cause bacteria to form and no one wants that.        REGULAR  This Week's Meal Prep Plan: Breakfast: Banana Smoothie (You can use fresh or frozen bananas for this) Snack 1: Greek Yoghurt  and Blueberries (Fresh or Frozen) Lunch: Honey Salmon Snack 2: Protein Brownies Dinner: Curried Chicken and Rice with Cucumber, Baby Spinach & Red Onion Salad (More details on the salad in the method) Meal Prep Method: 1. Read through this whole post first - so there's no risk of missing anything - and then work out how many days and how people are following the plan so you know how many serves you need to make of each recipe. 2. Go through each recipe and construct your shopping list for the week. What's great about meal prepping is you don't need a million different ingredients because you're making the same meals. 3. Go food shopping! 4. Once you're home, make sure you're kitchen is clear and ready for cooking, and then get out all the ingredients and containers you need. This is also the time you can put on some music, a podcast or a movie - or maybe you just want silence - whatever you need to enjoy the next couple hours. 5. Let's start with breakfast. Now when it comes to Banana Smoothies it's actually NOT good to make a batch and then have them in the fridge for days...you're nose and your tummy will not be happy. Smoothies can last up to 24hrs in the fridge so the best practice is to make your smoothie either the night before - ie while you're waiting for your pre prepped dinner to heat up - or in the morning - it take 5 minutes to make I PROMISE! In this step, I want to make your smoothie for Monday (don't forget to put it in the fridge once you're done) and then make sure all your dry ingredients are placed together on the same shelf - that way you're not searching for them every day and can easily grab them. Also, if you didn't buy frozen bananas and your bananas are looking SUPER ripe, make sure your peel them, chop them in half and place them in a container before putting them in the freezer! This keeps your bananas nice and fresh, while keeping your smoothies nice and cool. 6. Next we're going to focus on your snacks. With the yoghurt and blueberries, you may want to just take a container of yoghurt and a box of fresh or frozen blueberries and put them in the fridge and/or freezer at work (if you have one) - this way you can serve up your snack as you want it. Otherwise, portion out each serving of yoghurt and blueberries into seperate containers, and even sprinkle with cinnamon if you like!  7. Now it's time to make your Protein Brownies! Once you've whipped up the mixture and put up the brownies in the oven, I want you to put on a timer for 25 minutes (how long the brownies will take to bake) and refocus your attention on the next recipe. As you're brownies are baking, we're going to be making your Curried Chicken and Rice. When the timer goes off, simply take the brownies out oven the oven and leave them on your stove top or a wooden chopping board to cool - we'll come back to them later. 8. Follow the steps to make your Curried Chicken and Rice and once you're finished cooking you can either seperate each serving into individual containers or keep all the Curried Chicken and Rice in one container - whichever suits you. If you're following this plan for more than 3 days then I recommend you freeze any servings for day 4 and beyond - otherwise that rice will give you a very upset tummy. Now, during the week when you're waiting for you're dinner to reheat, use this time to 1) Make your smoothie and then 2) Make a quick salad (If you like - it's your choice). To make the salad simply chop up 2 cups of baby spinach finely, along with 1/4-1/2 red onion and 1 small cucumber. Mix all the ingredients together, and then lightly dress with a bit of olive oil and lemon juice or balsamic vinegar - super easy and fresh! 9. Now it's time to cut up your brownies and put each serve into individual containers. Make sure the brownies are completely cool before putting the lid on the container and putting them in the fridge, otherwise bacteria will form. 10. Now we're at the home stretch, with one last meal to make... your Honey Salmon for lunch! During this recipe you'll have moments where you're waiting for the veggies and/or salmon to bake, use this time to start cleaning up so that once your Honey Salmon is done, you only have the tray to clean. When you've finished cooking, portion out each serving into individual containers and allow the food to cool before popping them in the fridge! 11. Once everything is clean and done, it's time for you to put your feet up! AMAZING job! You just smashed Meal Prep Sunday and now all your food is ready to go, which means no more food shopping, cooking or cleaning for the next few days.      VEGETARIAN AND VEGAN This Week's Meal Prep Plan: Breakfast: Banana Smoothie (You can use dairy or plant based milk, and either fresh or frozen bananas for this) Snack 1: Greek or Coconut Yoghurt and Blueberries (Fresh or Frozen) Lunch: Vegan Dahl  Snack 2: Vegan Protein Brownies Dinner: Vegan Enchiladas with Cucumber, Baby Spinach & Red Onion Salad (More details on the salad in the method) Meal Prep Method: 1. Read through this whole post first - so there's no risk of missing anything - and then work out how many days and how people are following the plan so you know how many serves you need to make of each recipe. 2. Go through each recipe and construct your shopping list for the week. What's great about meal prepping is you don't need a million different ingredients because you're making the same meals. 3. Go food shopping! 4. Once you're home, make sure you're kitchen is clear and ready for cooking, and then get out all the ingredients and containers you need. This is also the time you can put on some music, a podcast or a movie - or maybe you just want silence - whatever you need to enjoy the next couple hours. 5. Let's start with breakfast. Now when it comes to Banana Smoothies it's actually NOT good to make a batch and then have them in the fridge for days...you're nose and your tummy will not be happy. Smoothies can last up to 24hrs in the fridge so the best practice is to make your smoothie either the night before - ie while you're waiting for your pre prepped dinner to heat up - or in the morning - it take 5 minutes to make I PROMISE! In this step, I want to make your smoothie for Monday (don't forget to put it in the fridge once you're done) and then make sure all your dry ingredients are placed together on the same shelf - that way you're not searching for them every day and can easily grab them. Also, if you didn't buy frozen bananas and your bananas are looking SUPER ripe, make sure your peel them, chop them in half and place them in a container before placing them in the freezer! This keeps your bananas nice and fresh, while keeping your smoothies nice and cool. 6. Next we're going to focus on your snacks. With the yoghurt and blueberries, you may want to just take a container of yoghurt and a box of fresh or frozen blueberries and put them in the fridge and/or freezer at work (if you have one) - this way you can serve up your snack as you want it. Otherwise, portion out each serving of yoghurt and blueberries into seperate containers, and even sprinkle with cinnamon if you like!  7. Now it's time to make your Protein Brownies! Once you've whipped up the mixture and put up the brownies in the oven, I want you to put on a timer for 25 minutes (how long the brownies will take to bake) and refocus your attention on the next recipe. As you're brownies are baking, we're going to be making your Vegan Enchiladas. When the timer goes off, simply take the brownies out of the oven and leave them on your stove top or a wooden chopping board to cool - we'll come back to them later. 8. Follow the steps to make your Vegan Enchiladas and then pop them in the oven. Once again I want you to put on a timer for 15 minutes (how long the enchiladas will take to cook) and refocus your attention on the next recipe. As you're enchiladas are cooking, we're going to get started on Vegan Dahl. When the timer goes off, simply take the enchiladas out of the oven and place them next to your brownies on your stove top or a wooden chopping board to cool - we'll come back to them later. 9. Now it's time to make your Vegan Dahl for your lunch! This is one of my favourite recipes. Follow the recipe and once you have the dahl simmering (which will take 20-30 minutes) you can move on to steps 9 and 10 below, and use any extra spare time to start cleaning up while you wait for the dahl to finish cooking. 10. Now it's time to cut up your brownies and put each serve into individual containers. Make sure the brownies are completely cool before putting the lid on the container and putting them in the fridge, otherwise bacteria will form. 11. When it comes to your Vegan Enchiladas you can either seperate each serving into individual containers or keep all the enchiladas in one container - whichever suits you. Also an important note about your salad...During the week when you're waiting for your enchiladas to reheat, use this time to 1) Make your smoothie and then 2) Make a quick salad (If you like - it's your choice). Simply chop up 2 cups of baby spinach finely, along with 1/4-1/2 red onion and 1 small cucumber. Mix all the ingredients together, and then lightly dress with a bit of olive oil and lemon juice or balsamic vinegar - super easy and fresh! 12. You're nearly there. You're Vegan Dahl and rice should ready to be portioned out into containers! Remember, any rice that is being used for Day 4 or beyond should be put in the freezer so it doesn't go off and give you a funny tummy. 13. Once everything is clean and done, it's time for you to put your feet up! AMAZING job! You just smashed Meal Prep Sunday and now all your food is ready to go, which means no more food shopping, cooking or cleaning for the next few days.  Let me know your thoughts in the comments below and what you would like to see more in Meal Prep Sunday. I LOVE LOVE LOVE hearing your feedback! Be sure to also share your creations with me on Instagram so I can like, comment and share! Use the tag @leahitsines and hashtag #leahitsines to reach out. Leah x
Top 6 Healthy Burger Recipes That Taste Better Than Takeout

Top 6 Healthy Burger Recipes That Taste Better Than Takeout

Mmmm...I LOVE  a good burger! I mean who doesn't?? Filling, tasty and oh so comfy! BUT here's the thing... A good burger can also be incredibly nourishing!  It's easy to just think of Maccas (Which is Aussie slang MacDonalds my American friends) when some one says burger but in reality there are so many AMAZING and mouth watering healthy options that taste even better - I'm not exaggerating here! So let's get into the good stuff! Here are 6 top healthy burgers that taste better than takeout...get excited!   1. Homemade Beef Burgers No need to go out for burgers when you can make amazingly delicious ones in the comfort of your own home! These can be used as meatballs so no need to flatten if you'd like meatballs!     2. Mushroom and Haloumi Burgers Mushrooms are my favourite addition to any meal and are super good for your health - they're absolutely packed full of nutritious vitamins and minerals!! For this summer burger recipe, I used a big Portobella mushroom in place of the meat. This mushroom is large in shape, but once cooked is has a similar texture to meat, which is why it is such a great option for vegetarians and vegans!     3. Thai Chicken Burgers This is something that you guys will absolutely LOVE! Super easy and a delicious dinner when paired with a yummy salad and some rice!      4. No Bun Burgers If you're wanting a quick, light but super delicious meal - this is for you! These no bun burgers (but were using lettuce cups instead!) are the real deal!      5. Chicken Sliders I have to admit, I ate 4 of these burgers while shooting this picture!! They are SO delicious and they are perfect for a family. They may have a "hint" of thai, but the kids will love them!     6. Curried Chickpea and Lentil Patties This is a super delicious and easy way to make vegetarian patties! They're great on they own, in a salad or even as a burger patty!      Try a recipe or two this week and let me know your thoughts in the comments below. I LOVE LOVE LOVE hearing your feedback! Be sure to also share your creations with me on Instagram so I can like, comment and share! Use the tag @leahitsines and hashtag #leahitsines to reach out. Leah x
Week1: Meal Prep Sunday

Week1: Meal Prep Sunday

Yay! I am so excited! Welcome to the beginning to my new blog segment Meal Prep Sunday. Every Friday, I'll be sharing with you your meal prep plan for the following week and walking you through every step you need to take to get your healthy and tasty meals ready. I've created this because I know and really understand how busy you are. You want to eat healthy and nourish your body but with the craziness of life it's easy to make good food and cooking your last priority.  But I'm on a mission to help you live a healthy and balanced lifestyle through meal prep plans that FIT into your life! No matter how little time you have. All I need from you is 2- 3 hours on a Sunday for some meal prepping fun! Put on your favourite music so you can dance along or even have a podcast or movie playing to help the time fly by. These few hours are going to save you a lot of time, stress, energy and hunger pains through out the rest of the week. In your rush to work, you'll simply be able to grab you breakfast, lunch and snacks from the fridge before heading out the door, and at night time, the only cooking you'll be doing is reheating your tasty preprepared healthy dinner - oven or microwave, whatever your preference.  How easy is that??? Let's get started!   Meal Prep Guidelines Each Meal Prep Sunday Plan contains one daily plan, which you can use from Monday to Wednesday or full the whole week. It's completely up to you. For each recipe I provide, you'll need to work out how many serves you need. This is determined by how many days you follow the plan and also how many people are following the plan along with you. For instance, if you and you're partner (2 people) decided to follow the plan from Monday to Wednesday (3 days), you would need to make 6 servings of each recipe. To be clear, each plan isn't a diet or weight loss plan but a guide to easily incorporate balanced and healthy eating into your life. However, because each plan is packed with goodness you may notice a change in your energy, overall wellbeing and potentially your weight over time depending on you normal eating routine. If there's a recipe you don't like then simply swap it out for one of my many others. Simply look for recipes that you can easily batch cook, keep in the fridge and reheat if you need.   This Week's Meal Prep Plan: Breakfast: Vanilla and Berry Overnight Oats Snack 1: Carrot Sticks (1-2 Carrots) and Hummus (2-3 Tbsp) Lunch: Chilli Lime Chicken Snack 2: Peanut Butter Protein Balls Dinner: Beef and Black Bean Stir Fry     Meal Prep Method: 1. Work out how many days and how people are following the plan so you know how many serves you need to make of each recipe. 2. Go through each recipe and construct your shopping list for the week. What's great about meal prepping is you don't need a million different ingredients because you're making the same meals. 3. Go food shopping! 4. Once you're home, make sure you're kitchen is clear and ready for cooking, and then get out all the ingredients and containers you need. This is also the time you can put on some music, a podcast or a movie - or maybe you just want silence - whatever you need to enjoy the next couple hours. 5. Start by marinating your chicken for your Chilli Lime Chicken (Steps 2 and 3). Once that's done put it aside along with the rest of the recipe, we'll come back to that later. 6. Let's make your breakfast. My tip is to make each serving of your Vanilla and Berry Overnight Oats in their individual containers so it's all ready to go. Follow the process of adding oats to each container, then the chia seeds to each container and so on - that way you're not going back and forth between each ingredient. Once you're done put the containers in the fridge.  7. Next we're going to focus on your snacks. With the carrots and hummus, you may want to just take a bag of carrots and a container of hummus and put them in the fridge at work (if you have one) - this way you can chop up the carrot and grab the hummus as you need it. Otherwise, cut up all the carrots you need and then seperate each serving into a container before adding the hummus to one side of the each container. 8. Now it's time to make some Peanut Butter Protein Balls! Once you're done either seperate the protein balls into individual servings with seperate containers or put them in one bigger container that you can put in the fridge at work and grab as you need. 9. With all the super quick and easy stuff out of the way, it's time to cook your main meals. We're going to cook your dinner first because this Beef and Black Bean Stir Fry is also really quick and easy to make. Once you're finished cooking you can either seperate each serving into individual containers or keep all the stir fry in one container and all the rice in another - whichever suits you. To keep things extra fresh you can also keep a few portions in the fridge and then just defrost when you need them. 10. By now your chicken for your Chilli Lime Chicken should have been marinating for 1 to 1 1/2 hours! And by the time you finish chopping your broccoli and steaming your sweet potato, it will be all ready to go. Follow steps 1, 4, 5, 6 and 7 to finish off the recipe and then seperate each serving into individual servings. 11. Clean up and then put your feet up! AMAZING job! You just smashed Meal Prep Sunday and now all your food is ready to go, which means no more food shopping, cooking or cleaning for the next few days.   Let me know your thoughts in the comments below and what you would like to see more in Meal Prep Sunday. I LOVE LOVE LOVE hearing your feedback! Be sure to also share your creations with me on Instagram so I can like, comment and share! Use the tag @leahitsines and hashtag #leahitsines to reach out. Leah x  
What I Eat In A Day

What I Eat In A Day

If there's one thing I get a lot of requests for it's what I eat in a day! And because I'm all about giving you what you want I thought today I would walk you through my meals for the day. But first a warning... Like every human on this planet, my tastes, cravings and needs change weekly (if not daily). I'm really big on listening to my body and naturally this means, what I eat in day is ALWAYS changing! However, I do have a few go to favourites that keep me nourished, full and most importantly HAPPY!! So here is my what I eat in a day - packed full with my healthy and easy favourites from breakfast to dessert. I hope this gives you plenty of foodie inspiration, enjoy! Breakfast You've probably heard me preach about the importance of breakfast and that's because I LOVE starting my day with a nice big breakfast and it's really sets me up for everything ahead. During the day, I'm busy working and running around so I often need a really quick lunch BUT breakfast is my time to sit and enjoy before rushing into everything.  My favourite is a big plate of toast, avocado and eggs with a nice Leah size pinch of salt & pepper! Yum, yum and more yum. If I have a little more time then I'll do the full spread and whip up my Eggs On Toast With Roasted Tomatoes from my BARE eBook. If I am a bit pressed for time then I love the convenience of over night oats. They're so just so tasty and filling but crazy quick. I love my Chocolate Overnight Oats!! I'll also happily tuck into a smoothie bowl - which I actually devoured this morning! - even though I have bad habit of eating all the muesli and fruit off the top and then leaving the rest...haha but I enjoy it! My favourite smoothie bowl is by far Banana & Strawberry with my Toasted Muesli. Both recipes are also in my BARE eBook!     Lunch As I said above, I'm usually cramming lunch into my busy day. There's not a lot of time to stop so I always opt for something that's easy and quick to whip up.  I love a good wrap! Salad, chicken, a bit of hummus and I've got one happy tummy. This is my favourite lunch go-to because I can easily grab all the ingredients from the fridge and roll them up in a pitta. I love my Chicken and Turkey Wraps, or my Roast Veggie Wraps. talk about AMAZING! All of these recipes are in my BARE eBook, which you can probably tell right now is my go to for food inspiration. If you've been following me for a while you would know I LOVE a good meal prep. It's just sooo easy and means I don't have to worry about what to make - yep! Even I get cooking brain fatigue - My favourite is definitely Meatballs with Broccoli and Rice!     Dinner This is by far HANDS DOWN my favourite meal of the day. I love love LOVE dinner and having some time to just chill out. Often after dinner it's back to the office so this is definitely my time. You're probably aware that I'm a little obsessed with pasta, and after a long day, I love tucking into a big bowl of Napoletana Penne or Puttanesca with Read Sauce. It's so comforting and fulfilling - I could never live without pasta! Growing up in a Greek family means I'm naturally a big fan of a good yiros. Similar to a wrap, they're just so quick to put together but incredibly tasty and filling at the same time. Plus, a yiros doesn't have to be unhealthy. It's so easy to make as an healthy alternative just like my AMAZING Lamb Yiros in BARE. I've love salmon and will easily eat this most nights of the week with steamed veggies or a nice big salad. Salmon is perfect when you're craving something light and refreshing but also want to be left full. Plus, it's packed with goodness! I love my Moroccan Salmon and Lemon Salmon recipes.      Well there you have it - what I eat in a day. Now I realise I didn't get into snacks but that's because I'm often snacking and trying all the different recipes I'm creating through out the day BUT for snack inspiration definitely check out this blog post! Try a recipe or two this week and let me know your thoughts in the comments below. I LOVE LOVE LOVE hearing your feedback! Be sure to also share your creations with me on Instagram so I can like, comment and share! Use the tag @leahitsines and hashtag #leahitsines to reach out. Leah x
Same Ingredient, 5 Different Recipes

Same Ingredient, 5 Different Recipes

So lately I've had a lot of feedback from you about wanting to cook on a budget and make delicious meals that use similar ingredients. I hear you! Cooking can get expensive.  Especially, when you need a whole different set of ingredients for each meals.  I always believe cooking should be easy, simple, approachable and affordable.  You don't need to be spending big $$$ to make tasty, healthy and filling meals but sometimes that's easier said then done... So here are five sweet potato recipes that make use of VERY similar ingredients. This way you can keep the flavour up but the cost down. I've thrown in a lot of vegan recipes too because I know you've also been asking for a lot more of those! Plus, as always each recipe is SUPER easy to make so you'll be saving time and energy too. Let's make life easier for you... 1. Sweet Potato Curry This vegan curry is SO tasty! I used a massaman curry paste as a base, which really makes the flavours pop. I love how light but creamy it is - just a magical!     2. Sweet Potato Pie How great is sweet potato? And how amazing are pies?! Well just imagine how insane this mix is going to taste ! This vegan pie is absolutely packed with vegetables! It's the perfect warming dish for winter or great for when you want to do some batch cooking.     3. Stuffed Sweet Potato These are AMAZING loaded sweet potatoes, topped with delicious chia seeds! You have to try this vegan recipe. It's SUPER filling and packed full with goodness, you'll be loving ever bite.     4. Vegan Enchiladas  Soooo enchiladas are DELISH! I absolutely love them and I just made these BOSS vegan ones to impress a vegan in the office....It totally worked. HAHA. Everyone and anyone are guaranteed to love them.     5. Curried Sweet Potato Soup This soup is AMAZING in winter because its super filling and the delicious spices will keep you nice and warm on the inside! Plus, it's another batch cooking favourite for when you're wanting some easy leftovers.     Try a recipe or two this week and let me know your thoughts in the comments below. I LOVE LOVE LOVE hearing your feedback! Be sure to also share your creations with me on Instagram so I can like, comment and share! Use the tag @leahitsines and hashtag #leahitsines to reach out. Leah x
3 Easy Ways to Make Delicious Pancakes

3 Easy Ways to Make Delicious Pancakes

I love pancakes on a Sunday morning! And these 3 pancake recipes are easy, simple, fluffy and SUPER delicious. Whether you're craving a healthy treat or sweet indulgence, you're going to be loving every single bite of these pancakes. Enjoy! 1. Chocolate Protein Pancakes These are the easiest protein pancakes ever! They're super easy and quick to make but also super delicious. The best part is that they're packed with goodness and crazy filling so you're to have one happy tummy after a serving of these amazing pancakes.     2. Berry Buttermilk Pancakes Oh my!! These pancakes are sweet, delicious and are the perfect breakfast treat to satisfy those sugar cravings. I love these piled high with strawberries.are super delicious - the addition of strawberries are so perfect! 3. 3 Ingredient Banana Pancakes These banana protein pancakes are soooo good for breakfast and are my favourite thing to cook when I have a little bit of extra time in the mornings. What's even better is that they are 3 ingredient protein pancakes, making life just that little bit easier!   Try a recipe or two this week and let me know your thoughts in the comments below. I LOVE LOVE LOVE hearing your feedback! Be sure to also share your creations with me on Instagram so I can like, comment and share! Use the tag @leahitsines and hashtag #leahitsines to reach out. Leah x

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