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    • 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
      (53 ratings)
    • Pumpkin casserole_James Martin

      James Martin's pumpkin soupy casserole

      This recipe, which is a cross between a soup and a casserole, uses tinned ingredients, so it's easy to make and you won't make a mess of your kitchen. Beat that for convenience!

      • 3
      (13 ratings)
    • Hummus recipe | Houmous recipe


      Homemade hummus is not as hard to make as you might think. The traditional Middle Eastern dip (sometimes spelt houmous) has become a popular dip all over the world and is just as delicious with a little bread on it's own as it is in a freshly prepared kebab or served with lamb. With a simple chickpea base, our hummus recipe is easy to whizz up in the comfort of your own kitchen. Garlic, lemon, cumin and paprika give it plenty of flavour - and you can decide just how much

      • 3
      (46 ratings)
    • Butternut squash and ginger soup

      Butternut squash and ginger soup

      Butternut squash is in season. Make the most of it by teaming it with ginger and a touch of chilli, in this warming soup

      • 4
      (21 ratings)
    • Salmon and cream cheese sandwich

      Salmon and cream cheese sandwich

      Salmon and cream cheese sandwiches are a great healthy lunch option for grown up diners and little ones alike. Younger children might not be so keen on the green leaves, but let them have a play or try shredding them and mixing them in to disguse their texture. Once they're familiar with the ingredients, they're more likely to tuck in.

      • 4
      (1 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
      (8 ratings)
    • Crumble

      Plum crumble

      Wholemeal flour, oats and golden caster sugar make this crumble topping healthier than many. This inspired fruity base is one that you'll want to repeat again and again.

      • 3
      (25 ratings)
    • Quinoa salad with Halloumi cheese

      Quinoa with halloumi

      Quinoa is a healthy, wheat-free grain that's perfect in salads. Just add some delicious grilled Halloumi cheese, mint, yogurt and pitta bread for a quick dinner

      • 3
      (16 ratings)
    • Fruity pasta salad

      Slimming World fruity pasta salad

      This fresh, citrusy salad makes a delicious light lunch any time of the year and is ideal picnic food or a lunch box filler. You'll be surprised how well orange, apples and grapes go with pasta in this inventive dish

      • 3
      (18 ratings)
    • Ainsley Harriott’s chicken pasta with peas

      Follow along with Ainsley as he shows how to make a healthy pasta dish in next to no time. With a hint of warming horseradish sauce, this dish is full of flavour and costs just £1.25 a head

      • 3
      (35 ratings)
    • Chunky vegetable soup

      Chunky vegetable soup

      Many of us struggle to reach the recommended target of 5 fruit and vegetables but this soup will provide 2 of those 5 servings. It is low in fat and rich in fibre which makes it filling and healthy and an excellent choice for anyone watching their weight.

      • 3
      (12 ratings)
    • Mediterranean sea bass

      Mediterranean sea bass

      Make the most of the fresh flavours of summer with this Mediterranean sea bass recipe. Packed with healthy, protein-rich fish and coming in at just 377 calories per serving, it's a great healthy meal that the whole family can enjoy. Choose the ripest tomatoes and best-quality oil you can afford for the fullest flavour.

      • 0
      (0 ratings)
    • Spinach feta and olive frittata

      Spinach feta and olive frittata

      Looking for a quick and healthy vegetarian dinner? Look no further than this spinach, feta and olive frittata! This simple yet delicious treat is baked in the oven, meaning you only need to do 15 minutes of preparation, and is packed with nutritious veggies and protein for the eggs. Any leftover wedges are lovely served cold the next day.

      • 5
      (1 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
      (10 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.

      • 0
      (0 ratings)
    • Avocado grapefruit and rocket salad

      Avocado grapefruit and rocket salad

      This zesty avocado grapefruit and rocket salad is a refreshing addition to any summer meal or buffet table. Ready in just 10 minutes, and coming in at under 230 calories per serving, it's a quick and easy healthy option that will taste delicious served alongside grilled meat or fish.

      • 0
      (0 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
      (3 ratings)
    • Watercress gazpacho

      Watercress gazpacho

      A twist on the classic tomato gazpacho, this refreshing chilled soup recipe is ideal for serving on a hot summer's day. Loaded with healthy veggies, including watercress, cucumber and avocado, and topped with tasty smoked salmon, it can be whipped up in just 10 minutes and left in the fridge for a quick, easy meal in seconds.

      • 5
      (2 ratings)

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