I really love granola but i tend not to buy it anymore because the shop-bought ones tend to be high in added sugar and are expensive. Whipping up a batch of this wholesome granola takes no time at all and is really tasty. Continue reading
This mighty minty falafel burger recipe is from Fay Ripley’s What’s for Dinner cookbook. I have shared this recipe with so many friends and family over the years and everyone loves them. Apart from being completely moreish, they are super easy to make and are low in fat and healthy too. Continue reading
I have never cooked turkey apart from Christmas dinner (once!) in my life but some turkey mince caught my eye when i was doing the shopping so i whizzed up these burgers this evening and i surprised myself how tasty they are. The added bonus being they are low fat, low carb and high in protein. Continue reading
I love a hearty slow cooked stew in the winter months. This is my version of Delia Smith’s recipe that i have been making for years. I can’t find the exact recipe online to link it but the original recipe is in the Complete Cookery course book.
It’s one that kids will eat too which is an added bonus. Serve with baked potato or mash and steamed broccoli and you have a great nutritious meal. This freezes really well too. I often serve this when friends and family come over for dinner and it always goes down well. Continue reading
This is an easy nutritious pasta sauce that fussy toddlers and babies alike enjoy. It’s a great way to get veggies into them without them realising it. I make a batch of it and freeze it in little containers ready to defrost quickly in the microwave. Serve with pasta and you have a healthy dinner for them in the time it takes to make the pasta. Continue reading