A nutritious one pot wonder that is so simple to prepare yet so tasty. Peanut butter gives this dish a rich and nutty taste. You can customize the recipe to whatever veggies you have on hand, even frozen veg works well.
Adapted from a recipe in Yotam Ottolenghi’s Simple, this light and fresh soup that can be served chilled or warm. It’s is a wonderful starter to enjoy as part of a main meal, as it is made up of non-starchy veggies.
Creamy & comforting oats bowl with peanut butter and banana. This high fiber, protein-filled breakfast will satisfy your hunger and keep you going!
Cold infusions are a fantastic way to make your water taste delicious, and to cut down on added sugars (when replacing sugar-sweetened drinks). This is my favourite combination of ingredients, but you can play around with loads of different combinations.
Another delicious way to eat your oats! If you are like me, and chocolate makes you happy, then this recipe is going to rock your world.
A super easy, nutritious and delicious way to increase your veg intake! Made from beetroot, carrots, fresh ginger and water. This smoothie can be enjoyed as a snack or added to a meal to bump up the veg.
A nourishing bowl of oats sweetened naturally with applesauce, cinnamon and raisins. This high fiber breakfast will satisfy your hunger and keep you full for longer.
A thin omelette stuffed with Mexican black beans, red pepper and a touch of cheese. This super nutritious vegetarian meal is perfect for a high protein breakfast, or as a light lunch paired with a fresh salad.
These light and fluffy cupcakes are a crowd-pleasing winner, perfect for a tea time treat or a dessert. Thanks to the addition of applesauce, they need only a small amount of oil and sugar (or sweetener). Finished off with a lemony yoghurt & cottage cheese frosting.
These incredibly moist chocolate squares are so indulgent that you can serve them to guests without even admitting that they are packed with wholesome ingredients. A super tasty and sneaky way to eat more veggies!