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No-bake energy balls, bites, bars -- whatever you want to call them -- are great for a variety of circumstances: morning or afternoon snack, grab-n-go breakfast, post-workout or pre-run fuel, and even dessert if you get fancy with them. My no-bake energy balls are all nut-based, so if nuts are not your thing you are out of luck. They are also gluten-free and dairy free.
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Creamy Tikka Chicken Curry - Creamy Tikka Chicken (18%) Curry with roasted cauliflower (29%), courgettes (6%) & spinach (6%) in a creamy Indian tikka curry sauce (28%). Cauliflower; Chicken; Tomatoes; Courgettes; Spinach; Water; Purple cabbage; Onions; Cabbage; Green Beans; Olive oil; Butter; Tomato paste; Salt;Corn starch; ground spices (Turmeric, Garam Masala, Chilli Powder, Fenugreek, Cumin); Cream; Lemon juice; Cumin seeds.
Satay Chicken - Satay chicken (20%) with courgette ribbons (13%). Leeks (6%) and shredded cabbage (16%) in a satay sauce (30%). Cabbage. Chicken. Water. Courgettes. Coconut milk. Leeks. Red peppers. Spinach. Peanuts. Soya sauce. Canola oil. Red curry paste. Ginger. Garlic. Salt. Fresh coriander. Lemon juice. Coconut milk. Soya sauce. Red curry paste contains (Shallots. Garlic. Dried red chillies. Lemon grass. Salt. Galanga)