This delicious leek and potato soup is such a tasty and nutritious winter soup recipe. We love making soup in the slow cooker as it so easy to do and there’s nothing better than having your dinner ready and waiting for you when you get home from work.
This delicious strawberry frappe recipe is healthy, full of nutrition and tastes divine. We’ve used frozen bananas for this recipe as it makes the drink nice and cold, but if you don’t have time to freeze, there’s no need, just refrigerate the smoothie for a short while before serving.
If you fancy a taste of tropical paradise, then this delicious, healthy and nutritious drink is for you. We’ve made it with frozen fruit so it tastes ice cold, but if you don’t have the time to freeze, it’s fine not to.
Hope you enjoy it!
This quick and easy vanilla porridge recipe is our new favourite breakfast, do we always say that? It’s super easy to make, delicious, creamy and naturally sweet. You can play around with the toppings and use any mixture of your favourite nuts and fruits. We’ve gone for cranberries, nectarines, banana, walnuts and dried apricots and it was delicious.
If you like your porridge super creamy – a good tip is to soak them in the milk overnight before cooking.
Hope you enjoy!
This delicious tomato and lentil soup recipe is super easy to make and full of nutrition. One bowl has only 264 calories, 19g of protein, 16g fibre, and is high in folate, magnesium, vitamin B, iron and potassium. What’s not to love?
We like to serve this with a slice of our delicious wholemeal spelt bread, hope you enjoy it!
This delicious and nutritious banana and strawberry smoothie recipe could not be easier. You can use fresh or frozen fruit for this recipe, we usually use frozen as it makes the smoothie really cold and ready to drink.
This recipe came about due to our new found love of plantain. Have you ever tried it before? It’s super delicious and we love to eat it fried with honey, so we began to experiment to find the perfect plantain fritter recipe, and here it is.
This delicious tropical smoothie is super healthy, refreshing and full of nutrition. At only 183 calories per serving and lots of nutrients such as vitamin C, vitamin B, vitamin K, calcium, potassium and even protein from the soya milk, there’s no excuse not to give it a try.
If you like the idea of a green smoothie but find the taste of them a little bit bitter, then this recipe is definitely for you. The blend of banana, pineapple and orange juice together give a sweet and succulent taste – it’s incredible.
Rice paper is a healthy low calorie option in comparison to other wheat based products. This delicate translucent dumpling allows the diner to see the colourful nutritious vegetables which are bursting with vitamins. Another serving option is to create a rice wrap by leaving the one end open allowing the vegetables to cascade on to the plate creating a delicious display.
A quick and easy to make colourful display of goodness, a perfect light dessert for anytime. If you include kiwis, mangoes, strawberries and oranges you would be consuming vitamins A, C, and E, also fibre, potassium, magnesium, folate and lutein. This is one delicious way of getting most of your recommended daily quota of fruit, giving you a really healthy boost.
A burst of colour ready for the Summer, can’t wait!
The two main ingredients are a match made in health heaven, recent health claims suggest the benefits of beetroot include prevention of dementia and can aid in lowering blood pressure, while studies also suggest that cauliflower can aid in warding off heart disease and cancer.