A lovely apple vinaigrette makes the fresh beetroot, avocado and apples in this gorgeous salad come alive. This is a fun salad to serve guests arranged and layered on serving plates.
This is a super-fun way of getting kids to eat more fruit. Fruit is arranged in such a way that it looks like a turkey. Serve for dessert as is or with chocolate sauce or yoghurt.
An exotic, healthy smoothie with unexpected ingredients. If you can't find any fresh papayas and passion fruits, it can also be made with juice from a carton. Fresh papaya is ripe and ready to use when it's gone yellow and is slightly wrinkly.
This is an easy way to eat loads of fruit full of vitamins! Perfect at anytime, this fruit elixir is very refreshing and delicious. You need a fruit juicer to make this recipe.
This salad looks and tastes as fresh as any you've had in summer. Its light, refreshing and low calorie so prefect to bring a little bit of summer all year round.
A refreshing shake. Combine strawberries, milk and vanilla flavoured yoghurt for a virtuous, creamy treat.
A quick and easy frozen drink made with mixed berries and tinned peaches. Add a drizzle of honey for a touch of sweetness and some yoghurt if you prefer a creamier smoothie.
This is a healthy, fast and delicious breakfast that a friend of mine invented when we had no bread or cereal in the house, and we've all been hooked on it since! You can use whatever fruit and flavour of yoghurt you want, anything goes - my personal favourite is made with apple and banana with coconut yoghurt.
This Italian-inspired soup is simple to make and will count towards your five a day! It's jam-packed with vegetables, such as cabbage, carrots, celery, tomatoes and courgettes. Enjoy with wedges of garlic bread, if desired.
This is a wonderful salad that will bring a ray of sunshine to your dining table. It has the perfect combination of sweet, savoury and tang. Salad leaves are tossed with mango, watermelon, mint, feta cheese and red onion in a balsamic-olive oil dressing. It's perfect for a summer picnic or bbq.
A delicious, filling smoothie for busy mornings when you need something to fill you up fast! Use any sort of fresh or frozen berries that you like!
This combination is so good together and it's a great way to get your kids eating fruit. I make this for my daughter's lunch and she loves it.
Serve this fruit smoothie in tall glasses with straws.
A brightly coloured, zesty salad or side dish that is simple to make.
Caramel sauce dresses up apples so even the pickiest kids can get their five a day!
A cold Dutch soup that's perfect as breakfast on the go. It's traditional name is Watergruwel. This can be stored for at least one week in the fridge, and amounts and types of fruits can be varied. It's a very flexible recipe!
Frozen strawberries and bananas are blended with yoghurt and milk in this easy and delicious smoothie.
Strawberries blended with lemon curd yoghurt for a deliciously rich smoothie.
This compote requires no cooking, preserving every bit of goodness. Serve on meringue nests with whipped cream for a refreshingly light and sweet summer dessert.
A quick and easy breakfast smoothie with pineapple, banana, yoghurt, strawberries and wheatgerm for fibre.