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Roast Beef & Mustard Sliders

Does anybody else love eating small versions of things because they feel like a giant? No? Well, this is awkward. Lucky, these rare roast beef and mustard sliders are delicious at any size and are a great snack that ticks all the health boxes! Ingredients (serves 2)  200g shaved rare roast beef/silverside ½ tbsp. Dijon mustard ½ tbsp. horseradish ½ cup baby spinach […]

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One-Tray Spiced Vegetable Bake

Baked vegetables are fantastic one tray dinners. Just chop, toss in olive oil and your favourite flavours and then let the oven do the rest of the work. If you add chicken thigh fillets and some potato to the pan, you’ve then got a complete meal, whipped up with very little effort! Don’t skimp on the flavours in this recipe! The […]

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The Best Cooking Methods to Reduce FODMAPS

Did you know that different cooking and processing techniques can alter the FODMAP composition of a food? Fascinating, right? Research suggests that whether a food is boiled, strained, canned, pressed or fermented, can influence the FODMAP component of a food!  (Just remember the research around FODMAP content, food cooking and processing is still early, so […]

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High Protein Berry Smoothie Bowl

This is a delicious breakfast option for those wanting maximum taste and nutrition. Smoothie bowls are super quick and easy to make. This recipe is rich in fibre (50% of your daily needs), vitamin C and a great source of calcium and protein. Don’t be alarmed at the sugars, these come from all natural sources meaning the whole bowl […]

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5 Sure-fire Ways to Quell Hungry Kids

Ever heard the old saying “eating you out of house and home”? Most children will experience a period where they seem to eat everything in sight. This usually correlates with a growth spurt or other developmental milestone. But for some parents every afternoon seems to be filled with the words “I’m hungry” playing on repeat. […]

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