How do you like the sound of starting your morning with the warming taste of apple pie, without all the calories and fat? It sounds good to me! This Apple Pie Oatmeal is a delicious vegan breakfast made with Blue Diamond Unsweetened Almond Breeze Milk, shredded apple, cinnamon and some maple syrup for extra sweetness. It makes getting out of bed on a cold morning that little bit easier!
This Slow Cooker Beef Curry is an easy and comforting meal with a kick of spice. Slow cooked chunks of tender beef in a rich and spicy sauce served over a bed of rice. It’s made with spices you probably already have in your cupboard and it freezes really well too, so you can have leftovers for meals in the week. You can make it as spicy or as mild as you like too.
We could all do with finding ways to get more vegetables in to our diet and these little cheesy baked broccoli bites are the best way. Crispy, cheesy and comforting, but packed with broccoli too.
A creamy and comforting soup with just a hint of sweetness. This Sweet Potato and Butternut Squash Soup takes just 30 minutes to make in a VonShef Soup maker, so you have a healthy and filling meal in a flash. This is an easy take to work lunch, that you can just heat up and add some croutons.
Soup is perfect for this time of year. It’s an easy way to increase your vegetable intake, it’s cheap to make and it’s warming for those cold autumn/winter days. The creaminess of this Creamy Broccoli Soup will make it feel much more indulgent than it actually is.
It can be difficult for most of us to get enough vegetables in to our diet, but it’s even harder if you don’t like vegetables at all. This slow cooker hidden vegetable pasta sauce has the vegetables all blended up in to it, so you won’t even know there are there.
We have combined some of our favourite festive flavours in to this lower sugar Christmas Chutney, along with some hidden vegetables so you can feel a little bit better about eating it alongside that cheeseboard this Christmas.
If you think you hate Brussels sprouts, please give them one final try. Roasting them in balsamic vinegar totally changes the flavour and even the biggest sprout haters can be converted. Trust me! These sweet and crispy Roasted Brussels Sprouts make a tasty side dish any time of the year, or a delicious snack.