Chock-a-block with fruit and veg, we've loads of recipes to get you on your way to your five a day. Find cool and satisfying smoothies, hearty veggie suppers, low fat vegetable soups and lots more.
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 tasty recipe is perfect for fussy eaters and children who don't like to eat their vegetables. They won't even know that they are eating vegetables and they will love these croquettes! Kids will like them served with ketchup for dipping.
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.
Ratatouille can be eaten warm or cold with all kinds of meat, fish or eggs... Or simply enjoy it on its own with some good crusty bread and a wedge of cheese. You don't have to peel the aubergine or courgette, if desired.
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 slow cooker vegetable soup is healthy, hearty, warming and cheap! You can use different vegetables but you do need the tomatoes and butternut squash and/or sweet potato to get the lovely flavour.
This is my mum's recipe. Let's just say, you'll never look at peas the same way again...they are sooo good.
Toss colourful sautéed summer vegetables with tagliatelle for a quick and easy meal.
This ratatouille always reminds me of good food and sunny weather. Ratatouille is a perfect use of summer veg!
With a few smart substitutions and techniques, you can keep all the flavour and texture of this old-fashioned favourite – but get rid of excess fat and add many more nutrients.
An easy to make cottage pie thats great for getting your five a day, easy to cook and can be re-heated, made vegetarian or vegan, and can be frozen. You can easily make this a vegetarian cottage pie by omitting the mince, or substituting tinned lentils for the mince. You can make it vegan by using margarine and soya milk for the mash.
A delicious stir fried vegetable dish with oyster and soy sauce, finished with some chopped coriander. Enjoy on its own, with some rice.
I was looking for a unique way to prepare broccoli and decided to give this a try! Florets are roasted after being tossed in olive oil and sprinkled with sea salt, freshly ground black pepper and minced garlic. A squeeze of lemon juice before serving seals the deal.
A refreshing shake. Combine strawberries, milk and vanilla flavoured yoghurt for a virtuous, creamy treat.
Ripe tomatoes are hollowed out and filled with a stuffing mixture made with bacon, breadcrumbs, green pepper and Parmesan cheese.
This creamy soup is so warming and delicious. It's packed with vegetables, sweetened with apple and a pinch of nutmeg adds a lovely note of flavour.
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 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.
Made this vegetable casserole up myself because all these ingredients needed to be used up in my kitchen.
Couscous is the national dish of Morocco, and this authentic-tasting version, with roasted vegetables and hot sauce, will transport you there.