Whether it’s dinner or lunch, this baked chicken with olives and tomatoes is a great dish for meal prepping to save you time during the week.
These beetroot bowls don’t just look pretty, they taste incredible and are filled with deliciously nutritious ingredients. Plus, they’re super budget-friendly, and a great way to use up and leftover roast chicken.
Before we know it, winter will be creeping in so we’d like to treat you to our top 3 one-pot pasta recipes that you need in your life. They are comforting and warm and delicious so tuck in and enjoy!
These savoury crêpes with pulled chicken are budget-friendly and transform flavours! Spice the chicken to suit your desired taste, and add the salsa for a delicious addition.
This Mexican dish is taking a turn to the ocean with these crispy fish tacos, but we aren’t complaining. Enjoy a yummy seafood meal that is healthy and quick!
We aren’t kidding with this roast chicken – it really is the perfect dish! Added with some sweetness and potatoes or veggies on the side, and you have a wonderful homemade meal.
Made on a budget with only 5 ingredients, this chicken and bean bowl is even better when left to sit overnight and enjoyed for lunch the next day.
Did you know that butter beans are a low-density energy food? This means that they have a low-calorie count relative to their serving size! Add more of them to your diet to help you maintain a healthy weight. We love serving our butter bean and sweet potato pot with couscous or quinoa. Yum!
Swoodles? We just can’t get enough of sweet potato noodles! If you don’t have a spiraliser at home, just use your veggie peeler to slice long strips from your sweet potatoes. And then cook them into our chicken and swoodle stir-fry, of course.
One of the best ways to cut the costs on your grocery bill is to make dinners where you can use the leftovers to make an equally great meal the next day! Whip up our vegetarian bean chilli tonight and use the leftovers on sloppy joes with home-made rolls tomorrow.