Try using butter beans instead of a traditional tomato based pasta sauce. This delicious alternative creates a creamy texture that’s low in fat and high in fibre.
A healthy take on a pub classic! These burgers are fresh, tasty and a hit with the kids.
For a healthy twist on traditional sushi rolls, try these rainbow quinoa rolls for a lunch idea that’s lower GI. This recipe is packed with nutrient-rich, colourful veggies and heart-healthy fats from avocado!
Beans and lentils provide a great source of protein and contain a healthy dose of soluble fibre which reduces the absorption of cholesterol, making these little legumes heart-healthy nutrition powerhouses!
We all know that eating enough vegetables is important, but only 1 in 10 Australians are actually meeting the recommended amount each day! In addition, over a third of the average Australian’s daily energy intake is coming from foods that are energy dense and a poor source of nutrients. Try these roast veggie pizzas as a veggie-packed, family-friendly alternative to the traditional takeaway.