This delicious risotto-like filling combination is slow roasted in the squash to make a wonderful supper dish. Perfect for vegetarians and also for meat eater too. Butternut squash is a versatile vegetable that is packed full of nutrition. It is loaded with vitamin A – 1 cup of cooked squash has 457% of the recommended daily allowance. It is also a good source of fibre, magnesium and potassium. Also, like most other veggies, it is low in fat, sodium and is cholesterol-free.
Swapping your sweet tooth craving to something filling and nutritious is the start to a healthier diet. To make these protein energy balls, you don’t need to bake them and they take less than 10 minutes! They are loaded with protein, fibre and healthy fats, which will provide you with energy throughout the day.
Don’t know what to have for dinner? Try this super easy and extremely delicious veggie traybake. This butternut squash tray bake is a perfect meal to cook after a long day at work, and even the veggies can be prepped before if you’re organised! Or if not simply, chop, drizzle & cook!
Apple and cinnamon bread – my new favourite thing! I am often making banana bread and fancied a change. With apples falling from the trees, I thought this would be a perfect combination. This apple and cinnamon bread is super quick and easy to throw together. It is moist and bursting with flavour. Perfect as an evening sweet bite or works well with your morning cuppa tea/coffee!
Homemade tortilla chips could not be easier! With only 3 ingredients, you’ll never opt for shop bought crisps again! All you need is tortilla wraps, (I used wholegrain seeded wraps) olive oil and seasoning. These crisps are crispy and strong enough to hold a good portion of the dip – perfection! These homemade tortilla chips are super quick to make and you experience the same taste and texture as your favorite shop brought crisps, at a fraction of the price and more importantly the calories.