Here is a healthy recipe for you to enjoy eating more plant foods, particularly beans- (legumes) and greens! We know that eating legumes is good for our gut and heart health so I put together a delicious easy recipe to get you on your way to eating more! This dish is quick and easy. It can be whipped up for breakfast, lunch or dinner and is sure to be a winner with the family.
Hands up if you love crisp golden pastry? These spinach, ricotta and corn parcels are just delicious, perfect for a cold autumn or winter’s night. You could experiment with adding different vegetables, herbs and spices. If you are looking to reduce your meals with meat being the feature this one ticks that box, with the ricotta cheese, eggs, tasty cheese and ham providing the protein. If you wanted to go meat free you could leave out the ham. As the ham is salty and so is cheese I don’t add in extra salt into the mix.
Muffins are tasty and versatile, enjoyed for snacks or meals. How easy it is to make a batch and pop extra in the freezer for another day. These veggie muffins go well with a hearty bowl of soup for lunch or as a great way to include some vegetables at breakfast time or a pre or post workout healthy snack. Throw in what ever vegetables and herbs you like with some of your favourite tasty cheese. Everyone in the family could be baking and eating these!
Do you get home at the end of a long day and think, I wish dinner was ready? Since there are no magic fairies to make this happen, the next best option is a quick meal to prepare, so dinner is ready for the family in half an hour. Salmon fillets and greens can make this dream come alive! Here is my quick recipe to feed and fuel the family and is healthy at the same time!
Lasagna is a family favourite. This delicious lasagna is a little different, it not only uses kangaroo in place of more traditional meats, it also piles in the vegetables and adds some lentils. read on to know why this lasagna punches above it's weight!
Aussies eat around 2.9kg each of legumes per year that is a measly 4grams per day, while some parts of the world are having up to 5kg each per year. Who cares you say? Research has shown with every additional 20 grams of legumes eaten daily -around one tablespoon- there is a reduction in the risk of early death by 7- 8%. Now that is a great reason to love your legumes! Legumes include all types of beans, peas and lentils. think chickpeas, kidney ebans, baked beans and even green peas. Want to know how you can eat more legumes and more reasons to why you should? I will share a few tips and my delicious soup recipe.
Would you like to save some time in the kitchen and serve up a nutritious dinner for yourself and the family? That is a dream most of us have, particularly during the working week. I have a basic mince recipe that can be the start of many differnet tasting meals. Here is what I do.
Acai bowls are very popular and don't they look pretty but are they suitable as a regular breakfast, lunch or snack? It depends on what you are looking for in your meal.
Who ever said healthy food doesn’t taste good? Salmon not only tastes great it is good for you.