This budget-friendly and meat-free rösti with creamy smashed peas and poached eggs is the nutritious weeknight meal you’ve been searching for.
Instead of reaching for the chips and sweets, spoil your little ones with these fruity pancake lollies with berry syrup that you can make together.
Tartiflette is a classic French dish traditionally made with potatoes, cheese, lardons and onions. For this French-onion tartiflette, we’ve left out the potatoes to make it a lighter version.
If you’re like us, one of the highlights of your day is probably what you’re going to eat next. And there’s no reason you can’t keep it as healthy as possible by always adding an avo for extra nutrition. Whether you’re preparing your own food at home (hello green avo sauce!) or ordering in, perfect your meals by topping them off with thick slices of avocado!
Fresh greens will always be a hit, and they’re even better when they’re the star of the show. This baby marrow and spinach lasagne is filled with flavour and green veg favourites.
Olives always make delicious appetisers – or snacks if you love them as much as we do! Prep these zesty marinated green olives for your next dinner soirée.
We’re not saying you have to go foraging for mushrooms to make this ultimate mushroom risotto, but it would certainly add an abundance of flavour!
Sweet and spicy flavours are a beautiful match in this crispy tofu with strawberry-chill salsa! To make it vegan, simply leave out the honey.
Not only are these emoji-inspired fruit snacks quick and easy, they’re also healthy and so much fun to make with the kids!
Is there anything mushrooms can’t do? These nutrient-dense fungi make the most delicious filling in this meat-free mushroom pie.