Joe Wicks recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert

joe wicks recipes

by Bryony Firth-Bernard |

If you’re looking for new meal ideas then Joe Wicks’ recipes could provide the perfect solution. The fitness coach has written over 10 cookbooks packed with super simple and nutritious meals fit for the whole family.

So whether you’re in need of a super speedy lunch, a feast fit for the family or something naughty to nibble on, why not take inspiration from our favourite Joe Wicks recipes.

Our favourite Joe Wicks recipes for breakfast

Goat’s cheese and chorizo breakfast muffin

A muffin for breakfast? Yes please! Packed with goats cheese and smokey chorizo, these are great for when you’re pushed for time in the mornings and need to grab something quick before heading out the door. Get the full recipe here.

Chocolate orange overnight oats

There’s nothing easier to prep than overnight oats and these ones are giving us serious Terry’s Chocolate Orange vibes. What’s not to love?

Protein smoothie bowl

This breakfast couldn’t be simpler. Either use either fresh or frozen fruit, whiz it all in the blender with milk, add a scoop of protein powder, then decorate with your favorite fruity and nutty toppings.

Eggy bread with pesto, avocado and sun dried tomato

Upgrade your classic eggy bread with this recipe that’s packed with flavour, healthy fats and one of your five-a-day.

Check out our full roundup of Joe Wicks' brekky recipes here.

Our favourite Joe Wicks recipes for lunch and dinner

Cajun chicken & avocado wraps

You’ll never want to go back to sandwiches again after trying this super quick and healthy chicken wrap, packed with cheese, salsa, spices and greek yoghurt.

Lemon and Courgette Puff Pastry Tart

If you’re a fan of food that looks like you’ve put in a lot of effort and still tastes great then this tart is right up your street. Get the full recipe here.

Broccoli Carbonara

Tasty and ready within 15 minutes, this cheesy carbonara packed with nutritious broccoli is super easy to make and sure to become a firm family favourite in your household. Get the full recipe here.

Chicken pie

Joe Wicks chicken pie

This chicken pie has a healthy twist as it’s made with filo pastry as opposed to shortcrust, giving it a crunchy but light topping. Serve alongside your favourite greens and you’re good to go. Get the full recipe here.

Garlic butter prawn linguine

Garlic and prawns are always a winning combo and tossed into some cheesy linguine makes

Chicken curry

A creamy chicken curry is classic weekend comfort food. This one only takes 15 minutes to prep and using coconut milk makes it pretty healthy too! Get the full recipe here.

Crispy cajun chicken burger

Burger and chips are usually considered ‘naughty foods’ but this homemade version by Joe Wicks is healthy and still packs all the flavours you’d crave from your normal takeaway.

Jerk cod with avocado salsa

Packed with protein, healthy fats and ready in less than 15 minutes, this is a lunchtime recipe for the winner.

Joe Wicks’ Meatballs

Make this classic dinner dish with a pasta that has a hole in, such as penne, so all that lovely sauce can get inside the pasta. Get the full recipe here.

Our favourite Joe Wicks recipes for dessert

Almond butter chocolate flapjacks

If you’re someone who craves the odd ‘sweet treat’ then these flapjacks topped with almond butter and dark chocolate are just what you need to nibble on alongside your favourite hot beverage.

Walnut, chocolate banana bread

There’s no denying we’ve all become big banana bread fans since the lockdowns and we love how Joe’s added chunks of chocolate and walnuts to this version. Serve warm alongside some ice-cream for a delicious dessert or enjoy cold as a midday treat.

Peanut butter and jelly cookies

Sweet, nutty and with a jam filled centre, these really are the easiest (and quickest) cookies you’ll probably ever make. We’re almost 100 per cent certain your little one will love them.

Fruit & nut frozen yogurt bark

Another great sweet treat you can make alongside your little one, which is healthy too!

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