These wholesome and delicious butternut squash and quinoa bites are so easy to make. They are great for snacking and make a great alternative to greasy deep fried bhajis but you can also add them to wraps and salads or to a homemade tomato sauce as a great alternative to meatballs.
Millet and cauliflower make a great alternative to rice and are super nutritious. Millet is high in protein and fibre, easy to digest, is gluten free and is high in B vitamins. It also contains the amino acid tryptophan, that can help you get a good night’s sleep.
This is one of my favourite dishes. Full of fresh flavours and different textures you won’t be able to resist second helpings.
Lentils and vegetables together make for a great salad that will fill you up and tastes amazing. Have it on it’s own or as the side to your main meal, either way you’ll love it so make extra and keep it in the fridge for a ready to grab meal or snack.
Scrummy burgers that make a satisfying meal for any day of the week. Sweet potatoes are packed with goodness and are great for blood sugar control. They are also high in beta-carotene and vitamin C. Black beans are high in protein and fibre.