This salad is a cinch to make and it's truly delicious. With only 330 calories per serving, it serves up 26 grams of protein and 7 grams of fibre making it a satisfying meal.
This is one of my favourite salads. It's a simple dinner, especially if you live in warmer climates, and the leftovers are great for next day's lunch. This salad is loaded with flavour and can be made the day before.
When added to baked goods, like these muffins, millet provides a crunchy texture and nutty taste.
This hearty vegetarian chili, packed with fibre- and protein-rich pulses, is super easy to make. Cocoa and cinnamon add a unique, subtle flavour that makes this chili taste delicious.
These tasty ‘chips’ are an easy way to eat more green leafy vegetables. They’re an excellent source of beta-carotene, lutein and vitamins C and K. I suggest making extra – they won’t last long!
This satisfying breakfast is an excellent source of gut-friendly prebiotic fibre and probiotics. Halve the recipe if you want enough for only three breakfasts.
Don't be fooled by their red hue - when cooked, red lentils turn pale yellow. And unlike many other pulses, red lentils are very quick to cook.
Thanks to psyllium, quinoa and whole wheat flour, these heart-healthy muffins deliver 4 grams of fibre each!
This cold Spanish-style tomato soup is loaded with vitamin C. It's meant for those warm summer days when local tomatoes are readily available. This soup gets better the longer it sits, so if you have time, make it the day before you plan to serve it.
Packed with brain-friendly antioxidants, prebiotic carbohydrates and probiotic bacteria, enjoy this smoothie for breakfast or as an energizing midday snack. This simple recipe works well with any type of berry.