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Immune boosting pumpkin and ginger soup

Simple, delicious and packed with vitamins, minerals, fibre, antioxidants and phytochemicals to boost your immune system, this soup is a winner. Turmeric, onion and ginger are anti-inflammatory and can be useful if you are suffering from hay fever. Pumpkin is packed with betacarotene and red peppers and lemons are loaded with vitamin C. At the […]

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A Chocolate Mousse From Heaven

Who said sweet treats had to be bad for you? Enter a new paradigm of healthy sweet foods. Step aside dirty, processed desserts. Make way for nutritious, decadent sweet delights. Chocolate and raspberries are a match made in heaven and the delicate rosewater takes the flavour to a whole new level – up to heaven! […]

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Superfood Bread

Packed full of healthy ingredients, this bread is a far cry from the processed breads you might be trying to avoid. You can make up a few batches, slice them and freeze them for whenever you need to pull a few pieces out for a meal. Think avocado toast, hummus dipping, dunked into soup or […]

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Butternut squash bread

If you’re following low carb diet, or are avoiding wheat and gluten, this bread will be a treat for you. It’s packed with the healthy yellow phytonutrient – beta-carotene – from the squash, along with vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, a variety of B vitamins, manganese and magnesium. Extra virgin olive oil is used […]

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Quinoa porridge

If you’re craving a hot, comforting breakfast that is packed with protein and nutrients, yet not a grain or cereal-based one, try quinoa porridge. It’s a delicious alternative to oats and a great option for people with gluten issues or who are avoiding grains. Ingredients: 50g quinoa (serves 1) 1 medium apple, thinly sliced 1/2 […]

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Veggie Fried Parsnip Rice

If you’re craving veggie fried rice but with a lighter touch, try parsnip rice for a healthier alternative. Many people try to avoid excess carbohydrates for better energy and increased fat burning, as well as wanting a lighter, healthier meal. This parsnip rice really hits the spot. Ingredients: 2 parsnips, diced 2 spring onions, finely […]

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Broad bean, avocado & lemon salad

Looking for a quick, satisfying and healthy lunch? Look no further. This salad is ready in less than five minutes. You could even rustle it up at work. It’s packed with healthy fats and protein to fill you up and stop you reaching for mid afternoon sugary quick-fixes. Ingredients: Tin broad beans 3/4 juice of […]

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Jo’s vegan mayonnaise

Most shop bought mayonnaise is far from healthy, and making your own with raw eggs can be tricky, or not an option, if you’re vegan. I’ve tried a few different combinations for this vegan mayo and this is the best so far. It’s very simple with just 4 main ingredients. Organic tofu has many health […]

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No Dough Halloumi, Basil & Pine Nut Pizza

The wonderful thing about this pizza is that it’s good for you. The base is cleverly made from, wait for it…. parsnips, cashew nuts and oats. Who said pizza has to be unhealthy? (I fed this to my four year old daughter who gave it the thumbs up). I didn’t mention the parsnips. Ingredients for […]

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Courgette Chocolate Cake

I tried this cake out on my niece and nephew who scoffed it down with delight. They had no idea the cake was packed with courgettes. It’s hard to believe there are courgettes inside this cake – they magically disappear. This can be baked to form a sponge cake texture, or taken out of the […]

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