This wholesome zucchini bread makes a perfect quick and nutritious breakfast with hummus or avocado, or an afternoon treat topped with almond butter or ricotta with a drizzle of honey.
This is a great winter soup as it’s rich and satisfying.
Chickpeas are packed with protein and fibre, which help slow digestion and promote fullness to control appetite and manage weight.
This is a great recipe if you’re living on a budget and want to eat something delicious every day. It’s cheap, tasty and easy to make. The combination of white beans and tuna makes for an amazing light but filling meal.
Cooking tomatoes with olive oil increases the bioavailability of lycopene, making it easier for the body to absorb and utilise.
Black beans, antioxidant properties of cacao & the healthy fats from coconut oil, these refined sugar-free brownies are a health food!
A rich sauce with the tender bite of lentils creates a bolognaise sauce that can’t be forgotten. Use it over pasta or as a lasagne base.
This is a cheap, easy meal made in less than 20 minutes. It’s a great way to use tinned ingredients and it’s high in protein. Serve with rice or naan bread for a family-friendly meal.
With two tins of chickpeas and some basic pantry items, you have a healthy, satisfying and delicious dinner.
This peach crumble is the perfect choice. It’s quick and easy, with no fancy ingredients, so you won’t have to break the bank.
Fortunately for all of us, it’s an incredibly tasty Scottish version of bubble and squeak. It’s traditionally made using leftover vegetables
The best way to enjoy this comforting meatball stew is by using the freshest ingredients possible, including a home-made stock or broth for a purer and deeper flavour.
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