Sue's Pumpkin & Chickpea; Chickpea Butter Curry

A good curry is a family favourite at our home, especially in the cooler weather. This recipe is a lovely vegetarian twist on a popular butter curry and can easily be made using pantry staples. Good for your budget and good for health.

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Vegetable Fritters - A Satisfying Family Favourite

Eggs back are in fashion. New research shows eggs can deliver health benefits in terms of weight loss and lowering chronic disease risks. Eggs are a good source of high quality protein, vitamins, minerals and anti oxidants.

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Sue's Date, Apple & Oat Loaf

Packed with the goodness of wholegrains, including oats, along with fruit and nuts this is a deliciously, simple and wholesome treat to enjoy with a hot cuppa or as an after school snack.

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Lentil Bolognaise Sauce

Lentil Bolognaise Pasta, deliciously healthy and budget conscious recipe. Very typical of a healthy Medietrranean style diet.

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Gluten Free Banana and Blueberry Bread

Gluten Free Banana & blueberry Bread a delicious loaf suitable for people following a gluten free or low FODMAPs diet. Enjoy toasted at breakfast or as a snack between meals.

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Warm Pear and Crunchy Walnut Salad

The crunchy walnuts and tender pears provide a unique texture, while the sweet, sour and salty flavours in this salad are sure to make your taste buds sing!

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Delicious and Easy Summer Fruit Recipes

For a different recipe taste sensation try roasting strawberries, peaches and rhubarb then serve with a dollop of Greek yoghurt. Using maple syrup as the sweetener makes the dish low GI.

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Healthy Winter soups

Winter is the time to enjoy warming soups. Fend off Winter colds and flu with this recipe containing the super power of broccoli, packed with folate, fibre, vitamins C and A, and calcium.

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