A healthy and filling Japanese soup recipe, full to the brim with healthy green veggies.
can add seasoning to taste to make recipe really healthy .
FOG stands for Full of Goodness and it uses all the 5 vegetables that you need for your daily allowance. I made up this soup after I found a few odd veggies in the fridge. It's great for lunch with a bit of bread. This recipe is for one, but can easily be doubled, tripled, etc. for more!
This is a great substitute for egg. It's great if you want to make something egg-free/vegan-friendly. It works with muffins, cakes and most breads.
Nothing spells comfort food like macaroni cheese, and this lighter recipe is under 400 calories per portion! You can use macaroni or any other pasta shape.
Great side dish to any meal and a great alternative to normal boring potatoes. This is a one person serving so you can double or add more if cooking for two or more.
The mint and lemon are a surprisingly delicious combination and make the veg fresh and a little bit tangy.
A simple, yet refreshing Japanese orange and citrus salad or side dish that will brighten up any meal. You can easily double the quantities.
This pea omelette makes a big, savoury brunch, lunch or quick supper for one or two. You could add grated cheese to the egg mixture for a tasty variation.
Healthy and tasty pasta with vine tomatoes, peppers, mint, sweet petit pois, mozzarella and extra virgin olive oil. Quick to make and good for you.
I made this recipe up for my low fat diet. Now it's one of my favourite quick meals. It freezes well, so if you have left-overs you can keep it for another quick meal. This is plenty for 1 person with a big appetite!
Looking for new breakfast or brunch ideas? Try this cheesy scrambled egg with a little pesto stirred in. I like it on granary toast.
An omelette is the ultimate impromptu meal, prepared quickly and easily from a few simple ingredients. This delicious version is filled with garlicky mushrooms. Serve as a lunch or supper with a green salad and warm, crusty bread.
I worked at a sandwich shop that made these vegetable sarnies stuffed with cucumbers, sprouts, tomatoes and avocadoes. They were a vegetarian dream!
I was feeling a bit peckish and with it being the end of the week I didn't have much in, so I had a look to see what I did have and came up with this... it's nothing extravagant, but it makes a tasty and filling lunch! Other things could be added, like sweetcorn, garlic, etc., which I would have added had I had them! lol!
A toast to your good health! This smoothie is packed with all the good stuff - banana, kale, linseed, coconut oil, milk and orange juice. It's the perfect drink to enjoy for breakfast or lunch.
You can’t go wrong with eggs for a tasty tea, this one's just for me, and yes, I am indulging using chopsticks. Love chopsticks!
I discovered this recipe by accident but have been making it ever since for a quick, easy lunch or dinner for one. The tomatoes and spinach soften easily in the microwave and the cheese melts to create a sauce and give the consistency of risotto.
Sneak one of your 5-a-day into a traditional family favourite. A very simple recipe; ideal for a light meal or a warm snack.
My housemate and I make pizza out of any sort of bread - naan bread, flat breads, wraps, or baguettes. Using naan breads are my favourite as they are cheap and hassle free - perfect for students!