Well this recipe will ensure there will be no yoghurts going to waste again.
Breakfast or brunch never tasted so good.
This is definitely a favourite with my children (who have to eat quickly before my husband eats them off their plates) a wonderful source of omega 3. These make delicious finger foods too with lemon mayonnaise or in my sons case, just lots and lots of ketchup!
If you struggle to get your children to eat vegetables then try these sweet and crunchy carrot fries which are sure to be a hit with both adults and children.
So I like to convince myself that the fruit in this recipe makes them healthy. I have no doubts that the sweet caramel sauce offsets any health benefits from the apples but believe me they are worth it.
Super simple yet stunning and delicious. Even my non aubergine loving husband cannot get enough of these.
A favourite recipe from my Superfoods book and in my house. The perfect healthy snack bar for anytime of the day and great pre or post workout.
These Chocolate Banana Bites are a fantastic snack, especially when you are craving something sweet or chocolaty but don’t want to ruin your diet. Easy and fun to do with kids.
Only five minutes to make and containing three superfoods – being good to yourself does not get any better than this.
Chocolate, chocolate and more chocolate. I love every type of chocolate and these truffles are perfect after dinner treats or simply to share with guests, friends and family.