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.
Packed with vitamins and dietary fibre, these are a healthy and tasty alternative to regular chips. Best eaten at room temperature.
Recipe by: Christine L.
This is a spicy Thai variety of our favourite pumpkin soup. You can make it mild or spicy by using different types of chillies. A quick and easy supper that's perfect for autumn!
Recipe by: BRIGIT
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!
Recipe by: NIBLETS
This chilli is so easy to make. You can pretty much throw whatever vegetables you have into the pot.
Recipe by: tianne
Rethink falafel - while the traditional wrap is great, this is a tasty vegetarian alternative to beefburgers. Serve in a burger bap or pitta.
Recipe by: Jojo Pinko
This quick, easy and light soup is the only way to get my niece to eat carrots. You can garnish with sultanas, chopped coriander and a dollop of soured cream.
Recipe by: Doug Matthews
Fresh tomatoes, onion, tomato purée and olive oil make this basic pasta sauce. It great for any use - as a base for Spaghetti Bolognese, as a pizza topping, or with fried breaded chicken or aubergine slices.
Recipe by: Lima
This banana smoothie is a lovely drink on a nice summer day. This is an especially healthy drink to serve at children's parties as an alternative to fizzy sugary drinks.
Recipe by: Danielle
A summer classic. My version calls for tomatoes, olives, feta, peppers, onions and cucumbers, all sliced, chopped and tossed with a great dressing - red wine vinegar, olive oil, lemon juice and herbs.
Recipe by: Lynn Clarke
These budget friendly burgers are not only tasty, but kids love them and they're good for the waistline. Serve as you would a beefburger, or in a wrap with houmous, chilli sauce and shredded lettuce.
Recipe by: Phyllis Moody