This recipe couldn't be any easier and it's perfect for those of you who are trying to have a #meatlessmonday. It's also a great way to use up any leftover or old vegetables and thereby helps to reduce food waste.
Along with chilly temperatures winter brings a variety of bugs, often leaving us feeling run down or completely knocked over by colds and flu. Although there are no quick fixes to prevent colds and flu from striking, here are 8 simple steps you can take to ensure your immune system is functioning at peak performance.
As another school term starts, many parents will be asking themselves again, what should they be packing into their child or teens lunch box? It's an age-old question, which needs to strike the fine balance between foods which will help to keep them powering through the day but also ones that you know will get eaten….
Hate veggie waste? Then why not give these little beauties a try? They're a cross between a muffin and a frittata, using up all the uneaten veggies leftover from my boy's dinners during the week. Perfect for snacks and lunchboxes, I also store them in the freezer so I have something at the ready on the days I need something quickly!
Eating is pleasurable and satisfying - at least it should be! However, so often it can be a source of guilt, especially for those who may be trying to watch their weight or stick to a set of strict 'food rules'.
So, the big question is, how can we enjoy some of our favourite foods this Easter while still staying healthy?