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    • How to feed your family their 5-a-day: A mum's challenge

      Our mummy blogger Anneliese has been set the challenge of feeding her family of 4 their 5-a-day, every day! Research this month shows that less than a third reach that magic number, so Anneliese will be thinking of ways to get more vegetables into her kids' dinners, how to make sure the whole fruit bowl is used up and crucially, see if she can keep her food bills down in the process, with less waste. You might think getting your 5-a-day is easy, but think again...

      • 4
      (13 ratings)
    • Photo: Cottage pie

      Hairy Bikers' healthy cottage pie

      The Hairy Bikers have created this delicious lower-fat cottage pie for their new show, The Hairy Dieters. It has all the rich warming flavours of a traditional cottage pie with just 242 cals per serving!

      • 4
      (136 ratings)
    • Things you didnt know you could make with cauliflower

      9 things you didnít know you could make with cauliflower

      Here are 9 things you didnít know you could make with cauliflower and prepare to be amazedÖ

      • 5
      (9 ratings)
    • Things you didn't know you could make with beetroot

      12 things you didn't know you could make with beetroot

      Our minds are blown by these ingenious creations including beetroot ice cream, beetroot risotto and more...

      • 5
      (4 ratings)
    • Pomegranate, raspberry and banana smoothie

      Pomegranate, raspberry and banana smoothie

      Start the day with this energy-boosting and flling fruit smoothie. Made with soya yogurt, it's also dairy-free.

      • 4
      (10 ratings)
    • Slimming World's green pea and mint soup

      Slimming World's green pea and mint soup

      Slimming World's green pea and mint soup is delicious, simple to make and packed full of veggies, including peas, potatoes and onion. Ready in just 30 mins, this soup is the perfect healthy homemade option for lunch. Finish with a dollop of fat-free natural yogurt.

      • 4
      (25 ratings)
    • Sweet banana pot

      Slimming World's sweet banana pot

      The idea behind this sweet banana pot is so simple, we can't believe we hadn't thought of it sooner! Livening up your usual fruit and yogurt with a spoonful of sweetener and a sprinkle of nutmeg or cinnamon is a great way to add flavour to this pud without adding extra sugars or calories. Banana is our favourite, but you could use this recipe on any other fruit that takes your fancy.

      • 3
      (5 ratings)
    • Couscous salad

      Couscous salad

      This easy vegetable and Feta couscous salad has just a handful of ingredients and is ready to eat in 10 minutes - the perfect dish for busy days! It's ideal as a side dish for grilled meats and veg, or as a hearty lunchtime treat that can be popped into a lunchbox and taken to school or work too. Try experimenting with different flavours - you can add any other extra leftover vegetables or herbs you might have to hand.

      • 5
      (4 ratings)
    • Slimming World's ham and portobello mushroom ring pizza

      Slimming World's ham and Portobello mushroom ring pizza

      This family-sized Slimming World's ham and Portobello mushroom ring pizza is a healthy alternative to your usual Saturday night takeaway. It takes under an hour to make the pizza dough and sauce from scratch, prepare the toppings and cook. Garnish with fresh rocket leaves and enjoy.

      • 4
      (17 ratings)
    • Roast vegetable and chickpea salad

      5-a-day week meal planner: How to get your 5-a-day in breakfast, lunch and dinner

      Trying to get your family eating healthy everyday can be tough, especially when it comes to feeding them their recommended 5-a-day. Our week meal planner is here to inspire you and to make counting your 5-a-day a little easier.

      • 5
      (2 ratings)
    • What's all the fuss about? Our mummy blogger trials latest obsession, the vegetable spiralizer

      The vegetable sprializer has become the must-have gadget for 2015 and it's only the beginning of February! Our mummy blogger Anneliese finds out what all the fuss is about...

      • 4
      (10 ratings)
    • Things you didn't know you could make with avocado

      11 things you didnít know you could make with avocado

      If youíre a fan of the avocado, youíre really going to appreciate these 11 things you didnít know you could make with this rich and creamy fruit. And if youíre not a fan, prepare to have your mind changedÖ

      • 5
      (2 ratings)
    • Kale recipes

      9 things you didnít know you could make with kale

      This season, weíve been going mad for kale. Not only is it packed full of vitamins and nutrients that are good for our bodies, itís also a surprisingly tasty veg which can transform a dish in just a few handfuls...

      • 5
      (3 ratings)
    • Cream chicken and leek pancakes

      Chicken and leek pancakes

      A great savoury dish with a dash of mustard to add spice that takes minutes to make

      • 3
      (326 ratings)
    • Chicken fusion salad

      Chicken fusion salad

      This chicken fusion salad is a delicious, easy recipe that's perfect for using up leftovers from your Sunday roast. With a range of crunchy veggies and sesame seeds and vibrant flavour from mint, chillis and ginger, it takes just 30 minutes to make and the only thing you'll need to cook is the rice noodles. At just 417 calories per serving, it's great as part of a healthy eating plan too.

      • 4
      (5 ratings)
    • Butternut squash with spinach and bacon

      Mary Berry's butternut squash with spinach and bacon

      Half a small butternut squash per person is ideal at lunchtime or even as a main meal. Serve with dressed salad and bread

      • 3
      (14 ratings)
    • Roasted pepper and lettuce wrap with squash and chickpea spread

      Roasted pepper and lettuce wrap with squash and chickpea spread

      This roasted pepper and lettuce wrap with squash and chickpea spread is an ideal vegetarian option for lunchboxes. It takes a bit of extra time to make the wrap yourself, but you can always use shop-bought alternatives if you're in a hurry. The extra spread makes a delicious dip for chopped up veggies like carrot, pepper and cucumber.

      • 5
      (1 ratings)
    • Roasted pepper and tomato soup

      Tomato soup

      This tomato soup recipe is so quick and easy to make that you may never need to buy tinned tomato soup again...

      • 4
      (68 ratings)


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