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Quick and easy sandwich filler for mid week lunches. I have mine on a toasted whole wheat pita with some baby spinach.
A more nutritious and flavourful version of an old favorite. High in vitamin A, B vitamins, iron and folate.
A healthier chocolate treat for times when the cravings take over. I cut it into bar sized portions and eat alone. Good source of calcium,fiber,iron and magnesium,
Simple but impressive looking dish. Can be done in the oven and made in advance, ready to be re-heated when required. I made it for a Spanish tapas themed night where we all had to bring a dish and it went down very well with everyone.
Medium spiced Indian style curry made healthier with spinach and lentils. Much lower in fat than traditionally made curries.
Adapted from a Cambell's Kitchen recipe. Excellent source of Vitamins A,& C (around 100% rda) and a rich source of calcium and iron.
An updated version of an old Irish recipe. It's great with stews such as Beef Stew in Red Wine Sauce or as a side for roasted chicken, ham or beef. Can even be enjoyed on its own! Good source of calcium and vitamin C.
A rich and flavourful beef stew in red wine sauce. Can be eaten alone or would go well with potato or colcannon (see Clare's Colcannon). This tasty dish is low in calories, high in protein, B vitamins and vitamin A.
Warming soup that's low in calories and high in fibre and vitamin A.
High in fibre and low in calories.
Great recipe for a vitamin C boost!
An old family favourite
A variation of traditional Irish soda bread with added seeds for great texture and flavour. Good source of fibre.
Simple, quick and very tasty mid-week supper that is low in calories and high in fibre. No chopping or preparing veggies!
This delicious brownie recipe is taken from "The Complete Step-By Step Baking Cookbook" by Gina Steer.