Cheesy Lentil Bites are one of my favourite things to do with tinned lentils. They are crunchy on the outside and soft in the middle. They’re good cold too so I pop some in the picnic basket.
Heart Health Week is a chance to remind ourselves how important it is to look after our hearts. This post is full of tasty ways to get heart-friendly foods into your diet.
Leftover mashed potato is an opportunity to make delicious potato cakes. For this combo I’m using Parsley and Parmesan. Flat leaf parsley gives a bright note to this filling side dish.
Tinned beans are an easy and tasty way to get great protein and fibre into your diet. Butter Beans and Spinach is packed with fibre and iron too so it’s a power dish that tastes great.
I love a dish that tastes amazing and happens to be incredibly good for you. Beetroots are my favourite vegetable and they shine in this bright and hearty salad.
New Potato season is a joyful time when my ability to resist buttery potatoes is completely ruined. I cook a double batch so that we have simply boiled new potatoes one day then crisped up, golden potatoes a couple of days later.
If you have leftover chilli con carne then you’re in lucky because you can make Chilli Boat and Cheese Dippers. This is such a fun meal to eat and the kids love it.
Puttanesca is a classic pasta sauce that is ready incredibly quickly and relies on tinned and jarred ingredients. It’s incredibly good for you and once of my favourite salty dishes.
I always make a double batch of mashed potato because it can be used to make another family meal later in the week. Parmesan is the perfect addition to make this classic side dish even more delicious.
Green Soup is a tasty way to use up a head of broccoli and boost your iron levels. I love soups you can load up with your favourite toppings and this one is perfect.