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Tip: Wear clean rubber gloves or disposable latex gloves when shaping the mixture into burgers if you don’t like touching the meat.
A delicious healthier alternative to Christmas pudding
Makes 10 servings
This recipe is super easy to make, and a tasty, healthier treat to keep energy levels up during pregnancy and breastfeeding. Toddlers will love it too as a snack!
The banana bread is suitable for freezing. It will also keep well in an airtight tin for 2-3 days (if it lasts that long!).
A delicious healthier version of Apple & Blackberry Tart.
Makes 6 tarts
These delicious muffins are a source of fibre. The sugar content is all naturally occurring sugar from the fruit and honey!
“When you’ve carved your pumpkin, use the flesh in these tasty muffins. So easy, the kids can help you make them!” Kellie, Nutritionist
The pumpkin in these muffins provides beta-carotene (a form of vitamin A), which is important for healthy vision and healthy skin. Vitamin A also supports the immune system.
Tip: Why not try this using carrots, parsnips, or sweet potato instead.
Try this as a tasty healthy snack during pregnancy or while breastfeeding.
Delicious dips, perfect for serving with vegetable sticks (e.g. peppers, celery, carrots) or baked pitta bread at your Christmas parties.
Although the stalks of the peppers are not edible they do look attractive and help the peppers keep their shape. They make a fantastic starter or lovely side dish for a barbecue.
To Serve: Transfer the peppers to a serving plate and spoon over all the cooking juices. Scatter over the feta cheese and garnish with the basil leaves and serve warm or at room temperature. Cut the peppers into little pieces that your toddler can pick up with his hands.