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Finally, the festive season is here. It’s time to take a well-deserved break from our normal routines, spend time with family and friends and enjoy everything the holidays have to offer. One of the most important is of course the delicious food. Although, if you’ve decided to stick to your healthy eating goals this year, Christmas can be an extra hard time. That’s why we’ve put together this healthy Christmas menu complete with simple, better-for-you alternatives to all your festive favourites, so you can enjoy all that winter warmness free of stress and on top of your goals.  

Let’s start with breakfast (preferably served with a layer of glistening snow outside and a fireplace crackling in the background). 


Chia Protein Pudding  

This recipe is ideal for those lazy Christmas mornings because you’ll make it a day in advance. All that’s left to do when you wake up is make the mango and passion fruit puree. Fresh, colourful and full of protein, enjoy on its own or as part of an extended family brunch.  

You’ll need the following ingredients to make four Chia Protein Puddings: 

100g of Chia seeds 

600ml of skimmed milk 

1 scoop of Whey Perfection Special Series Vanilla 

30g of coconut blossom sugar 

1 large piece of mango 

1 piece of passion fruit 

20g of coconut flakes 

Get the full recipe right here: Chia Protein Pudding. 

Vegan Protein Espresso Milkshake  

This Vegan Protein Espresso Milkshake is the perfect morning pick-me-up (especially after the Christmas party). You’ll get your daily dose of caffeine to start the festive fun as well as a serving of plant-powered protein.  

For this recipe, you’ll need the following ingredients to make one breakfast shake:  

250 ml of almond milk  

1.5 pieces of bananas  

1 scoop of Vegan Perfection Cappuccino 

Pure Cacao Nibs  

Optional: a dash of (sugar-free) syrup for a little sweetness  

We use Vegan Perfection and almond milk in this recipe, so it’s completely vegan. Of course, feel free to switch for regular milk and/or whey protein powder. Follow these Vegan Protein Espresso Milkshake instructions and start your day with a merry little kick. 

Frozen Yogurt Museli Bars  

If you like a breakfast with yogurt with granola in the morning, these Frozen Yogurt Museli Bars will give it an extra special twist. The base is deliciously sweet and pairs perfectly with the freshness of the yogurt and fruits. They’re super easy to make and ideal for sharing with the kids. 

You’ll need the following ingredients for a family-sized serving: 

75g of Pure Almonds  

75g of Superfood Muesli 

120g of Dates 

30ml of Honey 

1 scoop of Whey Perfection Special Series Vanilla 

750ml of Greek yogurt  

250g of frozen berries 

To make it yourself, see the full recipe for our Frozen Yogurt Museli Bars. 


After a quick nap, it’s on to lunch. We’ve chosen three light recipes so you don’t get too full before the main event. They’re packed with nutrients to provide your body with the right macro- and micros in between all the snacking.  

Salad with Brussels Sprouts and Pancetta  

A healthy salad is a perfect Christmas lunch — fresh, light and not too filling. This salad makes use of lots of seasonal ingredients alongside a delicious dressing and some fruit for extra vitamins.  

For four servings, make sure the following ingredients are on your shopping list:  

2 sweet potatoes (diced 

120g of Brussels sprouts (peeled and halved 

4 peaches (cut into wedges 

1 tbsp of olive oil 

2 tsp of freshly chopped thyme  

3 tbsp of maple syrup  

1 orange (juice and zest 

100g of pancetta 

4 tbsp of extra virgin olive oil 

1 tbsp of balsamic vinegar 

1 clove of garlic 

1 tsp of honey  

2 tbsp (per herb) of freshly chopped chives, thyme and parsley  

250g of mixed lettuce 

2 tbsp of Body&Fit Pure Pumpkin Seeds  

Salt and pepper to taste  

Body&Fit Smart Cooking Spray Original  

Don’t let the amount of ingredients put you off. Once you have them ready to go, they’ll come together with ease. See how by checking out the complete Salad with Brussels Sprouts and Pancetta recipe.  

Spinach and cottage cheese quiche  

A quiche is a great way to use any spare vegetables you’ve got lying around the house. For this recipe, all you need is: 

1 piece of garlic 

1 red onion 

1 Spring onion 

200g of chestnut mushrooms 

200g of spinach 

5 Eggs 

250g of cottage cheese 

Salt and pepper to taste  

Coconut oil  

Here’s the full recipe: spinach and cottage cheese quiche. Note that we don’t use a bottom for this quiche, so if you want to add one, keep in mind that the nutritional values listed here will be a little different.  

Lettuce wraps with mango and goat cheese  

This unique taste sensation is fresh, light and delicous. Toss all the ingredients together for a quick bite before getting back to that crucial midday game of Monopoly.   

You’ll need the following for 2 servings:  

100g of couscous 

1 mango 

1 orange bell pepper 

¼ of a cucumber 

1 avocado 

100g of goat cheese 

Leaves of 1 whole little gem 

Salt and pepper to taste  

If you prefer a real tortilla wrap, simply replace the lettuce leaves with one of our low-calorie Body&Fit Smart Wraps. Get the full recipe and more tips here: lettuce wraps with mango and goat cheese 


It’s what we’re all here for. Get ready to pull some crackers, get your party hat on and dive into your Christmas dinner. The theme this year? Stuffed vegetables. Discover these delicious (and easy) stuffed bell pepper and stuffed pumpkin recipes and serve with a side of tasty celeriac fries. Pigs in blankets optional although always recommended.  

Stuffed bell pepper with minced meat  

What makes this recipe so great is its versatility. If you’re hosting a mix of vegetarians and meat eaters, you can always vary the filling. Our version is with lean beef, tomatoes and zucchini, but feel free to use other fillings like goat cheese, rice, pinto beans, mushrooms or tofu.  

Note: the ingredient list below is for one stuffed bell pepper. If you want to make more, multiply the ingredients by the number of guests.  

1 red bell pepper 

Coconut oil 

75g of lean minced beef 

1/2 of a small onion (chopped 

1 clove of garlic (pressed)   

75g of mushrooms (sliced 

1/3 of a courgette (sliced)   

2 ripe tomatoes (sliced 

1 tsp of Italian herbs 

15g of grated cheddar cheese 

Salt and pepper to taste  

Serve with a fresh green salad and you’re good to go. You’ll find the full recipe right here: stuffed peppers with minced meat. 

Celeriac fries  

These celeriac fries are a perfect alternative to French fries all year round. It just so happens that they go great with either of our healthy Christmas dinner recipes. These ingredients make 1 batch, so just multiply by the number of guests and maybe a little more to make sure there’s plenty to go around. 

250g of celeriac 

1 tbsp of coconut oil 

1 tsp of paprika powder 

½ a tsp of cumin seeds (ground) 

Salt and pepper to taste 

You don’t need many ingredients for tons of flavour here. Sure, there’s a bit of chopping involved, but it’s well worth the effort. Find out how to make these deliciously healthy Celeriac Fries 

Stuffed butternut squash with cranberry  

You might not think it, but pumpkin and cranberry are a match made in Christmas wonderland. This hearty main is sure to go down an absolute treat.  

These ingredients will provide for 4 people: 

2 butternut squash 

150g of Body&Fit Pure Quinoa 

400g of minced beef 

250g of chestnut mushrooms 

50g of Body&Fit Pure Cranberries 

2 cloves of garlic (pressed 

1 onion 

2 tbsp of olive oil 

½ a tsp of ground cinnamon 

5 sage leaves  

15g of parsley 

1 tsp of maple syrup  

Salt and pepper to taste  

For the cranberry sauce:  

1 orange (juice and zest 

200f of Body&Fit Pure Cranberries 

100g of sugar 

100ml of water  

Want to make this dish vegan? Simply replace the minced beef with lentils, beans, rice or a vegan meat substitute. You can find the full recipe here: stuffed pumpkin with cranberry 


Of course you’ve got room for dessert!  

Protein fluff smoothie  

You might not feel like a mighty dessert after Christmas dinner. We get it. This protein-rich protein fluff smoothie, however, is as light as a feather. You’ll need almost no ingredients for this one, so what are you waiting for?  

For 1 serving: 

200g of ice cubes 

225g of frozen blueberries 

100ml of skimmed milk 

1 scoop of Micellar Casein Perfection Vanilla 

For some extra festive flair, serve your fluff with some edible glitter, sprinkles, a (sugar-free) syrup or fruit like strawberries, mango and pineapple. See how it all comes together here: protein fluff smoothie 

Cappuccino protein mousse 

After all this tasty food, you’ll need a cup of coffee to get you through a game of post-dinner charades. This cappuccino protein mousse is the perfect companion.  

These ingredients will provide 3 servings: 

1 piece of avocado 

2 bananas 

1 tbsp of vegetable milk 

15g of cocoa powder 

A pinch of salt  

2 tsp of honey 

250g of Greek yogurt (2% fat) 

1 scoop of Whey Perfection Special Series Cappuccino 

20g of Whey Protein Balls 

10g of Pure Cacao Nibs 

10g of peanuts (chopped 

Get the full recipe here: cappuccino protein mousse 

Now, it’s time for a nap on the couch or to sit back, relax and treat yourself to something a little stronger. 

We’d love to be a part of all your celebrations, so don’t forget to share all your favourite recipes by tagging us at @bodyandfit_official. On behalf of the whole Body&Fit team, we wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.