Eating foods that are high in sugar, fat and salt make us feel good because they activate our brain’s reward system. But instead of reaching for a bag of sweets or something deep-fried, opt for our loaded BLT and chip sandwich as a more sustainable lunch option when those cravings hit!
Talk about a meal dash! You only need a handful of ingredients and 10 minutes to put together these basil-mushroom rotis with cream cheese.
It’s time to bust out your trusty oven-proof dish for this juicy and budget-friendly apple cider chicken casserole. Gather the fam!
Delicious, budget-friendly and meat-free, this lentil falafel in cabbage cups checks all the boxes for the perfect healthy snack.
These roast veg and tuna-stuffed pita pockets are a nutritious recipe you can whip up time and time again and makes for perfect work lunches.
The best thing about the festive season? Leftovers! Use up for your meat for these gammon toasties with cherries and Brie.
Going vegan for Christmas has never been easier! This whole roast butternut is the perfect way to celebrate – complete with stuffing and vegan gravy.
If you’ve always wanted to give sushi a go but weren’t sure about raw fish, then we have the perfect healthy alternative: our yummy tuna and veggie sushi.
Not in the mood for a burger? These juicy homemade sloppy joes with chakalaka put a delicious spin on an American comfort food favourite.
The sweet and sour flavours of onion and apple complement these pork chops perfectly, and add in butter bean mash for a comforting dish.