A tasty and extremely healthy tomato pasta sauce, ideal for getting your kids to eat vegetables! This is good to make in large batches and then freeze to have on hand when you need a simple, home-cooked meal for the family.
An easy vegetarian pasta dish that's perfect for a quick weeknight supper. A hearty and delicious tomato, spinach and black bean sauce is served over whole wheat pasta. It's also great served with brown rice, and you can substitute tinned borlotti beans for the black beans.
Broccoli and cauliflower add extra nutrients to a family favourite, while a fat-free sauce keeps it light.
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 flavourful vegetable curry is a treat on its own or served alongside your favourite meat curry. Perfect for curry night or meat free Mondays!
This is my mum's recipe. Let's just say, you'll never look at peas the same way again...they are sooo good.
This ratatouille always reminds me of good food and sunny weather. Ratatouille is a perfect use of summer veg!
I call this dish ratatouille plus, because I am adding potatoes and top it with an egg to make it more filling. For a really substantial meal, add rice.
A flavourful healthy vegetarian version of spaghetti and meatballs (of course you could use real meat meatballs too! Great way to get your 5 a day too.
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 hearty soup, which is packed full of goodness. The fruit and vegetable count is pretty high and will count towards your five a day. Roast beetroots are simmered with butter beans, seafood sticks and an array of vegetables in a tomato soup base. Enjoy on the cold winter days/nights.
This is a traditional Italian side dish that my kids love!
This makes a healthy, colourful and filling lunch, served on top of lettuce.
The ultimate winter warmer. Chicken, white wine and a multitude of vegetables simmer until the vegetables are cooked to your liking. Use a half a chicken, a whole small chicken or chicken pieces.
A colourful combination of tomatoes, green pepper and courgette. Rice rounds out this one-pot meal, which is so easy and healthy - a great way to get to your five a day!
This delicious, easy to make recipe is great as a side dish, or as vegetarian main served with wild rice.
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!
Italian sausage is browned with squash, courgettes and onion, then simmered with tomatoes for a quick, satisfying meal. Serve with crusty bread.
Onions and peppers are sautéed and simmered with quinoa and tomatoes to make a delicious wholesome vegetarian dish.
Colourful and delicious, this dish is quick to prepare for a midweek supper.