Transform your Indian takeaway into a healthier alternative. The addition of moutabelle, which is a beautiful smoky eggplant/aubergine dip, really lifts the flavour of the tandoori. Marinating the chicken the night before, makes it an easy ‘go to’ dinner when you come home from work.
Pancakes are typically associated with unhealthy eating, but the reality is that this doesn’t have to be the case. This recipe is still delightfully sweet and delicious without all the negative impact of refined sugars and heavily processed foods. Your body will absorb the nutrition and digest the deliciousness much more efficiently than recipes that contain any ‘nasties’.
If it hasn’t already, then healthy alternative recipes like this can open your mind up to the real sustainable possibilities of eating nutritiously and deliciously with every bite. These samosas have so much flavour and yet they’re absolutely packed with nutritional goodness, that they appear too good to be true!
These crostinis have a beautifully blended mix of flavours. They would be ideal as a party snack when you’re entertaining or for lunch when you fancy treating yourself to some bread, but want to balance it out by covering it in a highly nutritious topping.
A sweet, light and refreshing recipe, that’s not only packed with nutrition but it will also help with your hydration levels at the same time. This is not replacing your water intake, but a tasty addition to it.
This choco-avocado mousse is rich, smooth and delicious, the perfect after dinner and guilt-free treat. The blend of healthy ingredients leaves you satiated and nourished, without the worry of putting on any weight.
A hearty and comforting dish that’s packed with nutritional goodness, it makes for the perfect family meal.
Whether you want to start your day with a nutritious breakfast or finish your day with a nutritious dessert, this carrot, cardamom & walnut muffin recipe should be a go-to option for you.
This is a fantastically flavoursome vegan-friendly thai green curry, which really pleases the palate. This dish serves 10 which makes it ideal for serving to friends and family. It’s actually that good you could eat it all yourself, over a few days of course.
This tasty salad recipe is so easy to make and makes the perfect healthy and nutritious lunch.
This delicious salad dressing is super easy to make, really nutritious and won’t add crazy amounts of calories to your salad. It should last for around five days if stored in an airtight container and kept refrigerated.
For an easy and healthy weekend breakfast, boiled eggs are a go-to option and for this recipe we’ve substituted bread for tenderstem broccoli wrapped in prosciutto to give a more nutritious meal.