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This is a tasty and colourful addition to any lunchbox and is ideal to take to school or work. So simple to make and also a great way of getting 2 of your 5-a-day.
This fresh sandwich is easy to prepare and the combination of the wholegrain bread and fresh vegetables gives it a real crunch
Baked potatoes are versatile and you can add your own favourite filling.
This is a tasty alternative to sandwiches for lunch. Baked potatoes are versatile and you can add your own favourite filling.
If you like a spicier filling, add a pinch of chilli or a dash of tabasco to the tomato mixture for an extra Cajun kick!
A tasty variation on the usual quiche recipe, this lower fat version is a filling dish suitable for family meals
It can be a meal for the family or is just as useful if you’re entertaining guests and you need something quick yet nutritious.
This is a hearty and warming soup that is very easy to make – even if you have never cooked before.
This wonderful soup will keep you warm and full and can be counted as one of your 5 a day!
Don’t be put off by all the raw vegetables in here – they really go well together and it is good to realise that not all salads have to be about tomatoes and lettuce.
This soup has lovely flavours through the combination of fresh mint and lean bacon.
Eggs are a great choice to make a quick, easy and nutritious lunch.
Quick and easy lunchbox filler, suitable for the whole family.
Ham, cheese and tomato sambos are an old favourite but can be a bit boring. Give them a new lease of life with this recipe.
This middle eastern dish is a great addition to any BBQ.
Vegetables are an essential part of a healthy diet but also taste fantastic, especially when made into soup. This soup is very easy to make – even if you have never cooked.
With something sweet for after...
A quick family meal everyone will love. This macaroni cheese is packed full of calcium
This soup is a great way to add vegetables to your kid’s diet and because it’s got potatoes and pasta in it, it’s as filling as most dinners.
Busy lifestyles mean we don’t always have time to cook from scratch. Omelettes are a very quick meal to make and are very healthy, especially if you take care to include lots of vegetables.
A tasty orange, carrot and ginger soup just the thing to add a bit of zest to your day!
This dish is quick and very simple. It uses ingredients found in the cupboard and freezer making it a great option when there’s no time to visit the supermarket
This salad has a great mix of colours and its strong flavours work really well for a picnic as a side dish.
Want to get the most from your spooky pumpkin? How about use the insides to make this cheap, nutritious pumpkin soup. It is rich in Vitamin A and very tasty too!
The flavour of the faintly sweet parsnips combines with Bramley apples. By roasting the parsnips in the oven before making the soup, it intensifies the flavour.
Scrambled eggs are high in protein and wholegrain toast provides slow releasing energy, perfect snack for those busy days! This recipe is perfect as a light meal for one.
Omelettes can make a quick and filling meal, they are very healthy, especially if you take care to include lots of vegetables. Why not try this variation on the traditional omelette?
A really delicious, unusual soup that is smooth and thick.
Eggs are rich in protein as well as being a source of iron. They are also a source of two important antioxidants - lutein and xeathanthin – which help to keep eyes healthy.
A highly nutritious and diverse vegetable, spinach can be served either on its own or mixed with other ingredients to make a savoury entrée.
This works well either as a standalone first course or as a side dish with roast meats at a barbeque.
Tired of your usual lunch routine? Add variety to your lunchtime with this tasty wrap!
This light meal or snack is loved by all as it is quick, tasty and economical!
This light meal or snack is loved by all as it is quick tasty and economical!
You might not know it, but pasta is a great salad ingredient, even when it’s cold. It can be prepared the night before.
Simple and tasty, this healthy wrap is delicious to enjoy at home or on the go!
Great way of using those leftover vegetables and turkey. With thanks to Neven Maguire.
This warm, cheesy delight is a Welsh favourite. It is also known as Welsh rabbit or Caws Pobi in Welsh!
Whether its lettuce and tomato in your favourite lunchtime sandwich or a mixed salad for all the family as part of a picnic, you can give it some extra zest with a squeeze of lemon or lime on top.
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