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Pre-made fruit yoghurts can be expensive and high in added sugar. Why not make your own fruit yoghurt using natural yoghurt and your favourite fruit?
Fruit is the perfect sweet snack for kids. You can introduce all kinds of fun by being creative with ingredients!
Smoothies are one way to eat more fruit and they only take a few minutes to make.
Like stew, recipes for beef goulash vary. A goulash is always warming and satisfying, especially on cold winter days. This dish can be divided into batches, frozen and later defrosted for quick, healthy meals in a hurry.
Fruit is a rich source of vitamins and minerals - not to mention the fact that it tastes great!
Smoothies only take a few minutes to make. It’s also a fun way to get children interested in fruit and involved in the kitchen.
As well as being great fun to make, these Halloween milkshakes are a ghoulish way to boost your children’s dairy and fruit intake!
Easy to prepare, this is one dessert that won’t leave you feeling too full. The combination of honey and banana is a great source of energy.
Tired of Christmas pudding and trifle? Here is an easy tasty alternative
A tasty and fresh dessert recipe that is suitable for all the fmaily and also those who suffer from allergies or intolerances.
Chicken is a low fat, lean meat that can be used in many dishes. This recipe incorporates it in a creamy sauce.
Eating nuts as part of a balanced diet can be good for your heart. They contain unsaturated fatty acids, protein and other nutrients.
Lamb Rogan Josh with naan bread is a very filling meal but it's a good idea to keep an eye on the portion size!
This will make your barbeque one to remember. The herbs add a great coating to the chicken and the tasty dip actually contains a cool vegetable: can you tell what it is yet?
Low in fat and salt this is a great healthy dish that can be enjoyed off the barbeque or from under the grill! You will need 4 skewers for this recipe.
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