I lost 70 lbs – my go-to post workout meal is delicious and filling but just four ingredients, it's so easy to make | The Sun

A KITCHEN whizz has revealed her go-to meal for post workout munchies.

The fitness fan said her recipe is simple and delicious, only requiring four ingredients.

Nikki (@plantifulkiki), an influencer who said she's lost 70 pounds, showed herself in the kitchen after breaking a sweat in the gym in a video posted to TikTok.

"What I have after my workout it's really quick and easy to put together and it also makes a really yummy breakfast lunch or dinner.

"I'm going to show you guys how to make this delicious black bean sweet potato," she said.

Nikki specified that she prefers eating the plant-based snack after a good workout.

"This makes the perfect post workout snack or meal. It's super nutritious and super filling," she said.

She started out with a baked sweet potato, scraping the inside, and adding in a store-bought oil-free black bean spread.

"I just find it at the health food store if you can't find it just use some fat free refried black beans," she said.

She shared that she prefers to add a little spice to her nutritious recipe after adding a couple spoonfuls of black beans to the potato.

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"So you're just gonna add a few spoonfuls on top of your sweet potato and then comes the hot sauce. I have kind of a hot sauce addiction," she said.

"It's super simple but super delicious and tasty," she said.

The video drew in many viewers who shared their two cents on the meal.

"Your account inspired me to start cooking again," one wrote.

"My favorite black bean dip too," another added.

Nikki's video came as part of a trend where people share their simple and healthy recipes.

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