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.
This is a favourite in our house and makes a change to potatoes or sweet potatoes.
Cassava is staple food in many parts of Africa, Asia and the Caribbean. It is a starchy root vegetable from the tuber family and is a great source of fibre, vitamin C and manganese.
Porridge is a great, filling start to the day but it can get a bit bland after a while. Try this jazzed up recipe if you’re bored of your plain old porridge in the morning, I promise you’ll love it!
This dish is so quick and easy to make. It packs a flavour punch with sweet, sour and spicy flavours. These tacos are great as a snack or a main meal. If you want to go veggie just substitute the fish for some grilled organic tofu.
Turmeric has so many benefits for health. It has been highly researched for its antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. This comforting and delicious drink makes a great nightcap.
Smoothies are a great way of getting fruit and vegetables into your diet. I prefer blending to juicing as you retain the fibre and don’t impact your blood sugar as much as you would with juices. This one is full off goodness and really refreshing.
This sushi roll recipe will keep you fuller for longer than regular sushi. Seaweed is full of goodness so this makes a great nutrient packed snack.
Salted caramel and chocolate cake sounds really naughty but this cake is not as sinful as you may think and tastes lush.