Healthy Recipes

Welcome to the Nutrition Force healthy cooking community. This page is where we share some of our favourite healthy recipes with you so you can shop, cook and eat your way to better health.  

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Mediterranean Herb MixLooking for inspiration in the kitchen?  Check out our marinades and spices category.  Many of the recipes here consist of just a few herbs and spice combinations for a quick and easy burst of flavour.  The nutritional value is not in ingredients but the protein and other foods you mix them with so there is no nutritional analysis for these recipes. 
Lemon PepperLooking for inspiration in the kitchen?  Check out our marinades and spices category.  Many of the recipes here consist of just a few herbs and spice combinations for a quick and easy burst of flavour.  The nutritional value is not in ingredients but the protein and other foods you mix them with so there is no nutritional analysis for these recipes. 
Cajun Spice MixLooking for inspiration in the kitchen? Check out our marinades and spices category. Many of the recipes here consist of just a few herbs and spice combinations for a quick and easy burst of flavour. The nutritional value is not in ingredients but the protein and other foods you mix them with so there is no nutritional analysis for these recipes.
Taco SeasoningLooking for inspiration in the kitchen? Check out our marinades and spices category. Many of the recipes here consist of just a few herbs and spice combinations for a quick and easy burst of flavour. The nutritional value is not in ingredients but the protein and other foods you mix them with so there is no nutritional analysis for these recipes.
KimchiThis is a 3 step recipe.  It appears complicated but it is actually not.  Once you get the hang of it, it is quite simple. There is no nutritional analysis for this recipe as our software does not have nutrient retention factors for fermented foods. For more information on fermented foods, scroll to the bottom of the page.
Gluten Free Pistachio and Lemon BiscuitsThese biscuits are so delicate they almost melt in your mouth. The tang of the lemon pairs beautifully with the nutiness of the pistachios. They will soon become a family favourite.
Spanish Black Beans with BuckwheatThis meat free meal packs a whopping 22g protein, 434g Vitamin A, 228mg Vitamin C, 22g Fibre and 7mg Iron. Super delicious and super nutritious, you need to add this to your menu this week.
Stewed Fruit with Vanilla and Cinnamon YoghurtThis is a very versatile recipe that you can eat instead of high sugar, processed desserts. You can use fresh or frozen fruit, substitute the plums and apples for berries, stone or other fruit and eat it hot or cold. Make up a double batch and freeze some for a convenient treat when you feel like something yummy after dinner. Vegans can use a vegan or coconut yoghurt instead of natural yogurt.
Ginger TeaGinger helps soothe upset tummies. Here is an authentic ginger tea recipe to warm your bones in winter.
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