Blog Entries for month: September 2015  

  • Sep 8

    Back to Booti

    New fitness class at Annesley Woodhouse, Nottinghamshire

    We have started back to Booti with an almighty bang, Our New Class at Annesley Woodhouse was super busy and our new ladies enjouyed the class so much that they are all signing up to become fully fledged Booti Members!

    Our September Challenge has started and we have over 35 ladies taking part- we will be sharing 5 of our ladies experiences with you over the coming weeks, so watch this space.

    Booti Momma

    Posted By Booti Momma on Sep 8, 2015 at 9:15 AM

  • Sep 6

    Booti Momma's Article with Derby Mums

    Booti Momma answers questions about her business Booticamp Babes

    Want to know howBooticamp Babes started, what makes Booti Momma tick? How we've helped changed literally 100's of women's lives for the better?

    Then Read the following article..

    Derbymums Meets...Booticamp Babeshttp://www.derbymums.com/2…/derby-mums-meets-booticamp-babes

    The Booticamp Babes Team are delighted to be working alongside Derby mums, the place for mums all over Derby to find out what's on, where its exclusive members benefits and discounts.

    Check their brand new site out at www.derbymums.co.uk

    Booti Momma

    Posted By Booti Momma on Sep 6, 2015 at 1:13 PM

  • Sep 5

    Quinoa Pizza

    My first attempt at Quinoa Pizza, suitable for vegetarians and vegans!!!

    Quinoa Pizza- Suitable for vegetarians and vegansOMG its so lush! Im so excited about how good it actually tastes im sharing the recipe!

    We have some great, tasty recipes for our ladies on the September Challenge! 2 Days to go……………..

    Quinoa Pizza Crust

    1/2 cup quinoa
    2-1/2 cups water, divided
    1 tablespoon olive oil or no-stick spray
    1/2 teaspoon Italian seasoning
    1/4 teaspoon salt
    Put the quinoa in a bowl or other container with 2 cups water and let soak for 4-8 hours.

    Drain the quinoa, rinse and put in a blender or food processor. Add 1/4 cup water and process until the consistency of a thick pancake batter, adding more water if needed. Add seasoning and salt and mix.

    Brush a 9inch baking tin with oil or use no-stick spray. Place in oven and turn it on to 180 deg to pre-heat. When oven is heated, carefully pour batter in to preheated pan and quickly spread around to an even thickness.

    Bake for about 10 minutes, carefully flip and back for another 10 minutes until browned.

    Remove from oven and add toppings, return to oven and bake for about another 5-7 minutes until heated.

    Make sure you keep a healthy mind-set when deciding how to top this crust. And feel free to change up the seasonings in the crust to suit your tastes or to go along with your planned toppings.

    This recipe would be a meal on it’s own for one or better yet, add a nice salad on the side and it will feed two.

    Booti Momma

    Posted By Booti Momma on Sep 5, 2015 at 11:21 AM

  • Sep 1