• Green chicken salad

    Don’t be put off by all the raw vegetables in here – they really go well together and it's good to realise that not all salads have to be about tomatoes and lettuce!

  • Bircher muesli

    A twist on your standard muesli and a comforting way to start the day!

  • Vanilla rice pudding

    A tasty dessert suitable for the whole family, in particular those that have a dairy intolerance.

  • Barbecue recipes

    Pork and pepper kebabs, chicken strips with creamy dip, salmon with Parma ham and more.

Omelette

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.

Spicy scrambled eggs

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.

French toast with ricotta and berries

French toast can be served with all sorts of fruit and nuts so don't be afraid to experiment around with your toppings.

Veggie-topped bagels with poached egg

A little cooking is needed, but there’s nothing like the rich smell of cooked food wafting around the house in the morning.

Pancakes

Making pancakes can be great family fun with this simple recipe. To make them healthier avoid adding sugar to the pancake mix and instead add a sweet topping like fresh or stewed fruit.

Mexican eggs in the pan

Eggs are a great way to start the day! Why not try eggs the Mexican way also known as ‘Huevos rancheros’, to spice up your day!

Spanish omelette

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?

Poached eggs

Poaching is a great alternative to frying; it is quick and easy with the same great taste and none of the added fat, making it a healthy breakfast.