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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Porridge with Vanilla and CinnamonA winter warming breakfast that is quick, delicious and easy to make. The oats used in this recipe will keep you fuller for longer and help to lower the "bad" cholesterol. It also contains 22% of the recommended daily calcium intake and is very low in sodium. Enjoy!
Baked Beans Toasted SandwichThis breakfast recipe is a great source of calcium, providing 20% of the RDI. It is also a great source of fibre and contains four of the five food groups: dairy, grains, vegetables and protein!  
Apple and Berry CrumbleEnjoy a healthy twist on the traditional apple and berry crumble! With the addition of oats and whole fruit, this dessert offers almost one quarter of our daily fibre needs.
Basil and Sunflower PestoThis delicious and nutritious nut free pesto is a great addition to pastas and school lunch boxes. Cooked and cooled pasta is a good source of resistant starch which is good for gut health. Try cooking with pasta and enjoying as a salad the next day to help improve the bacteria in your gut.
Very Merry Berry JellyAn all natural jelly that contains no additives or preservatives unlike other jellies. Also a good source of vitamin C and lycopene.
Tropical Char Grilled Fruit SkewersThis recipe is a great source of Vitamin C and fibre and is an easy way to get your two serves of fruit in for the day. For those who are vegan, you can use a vegan yoghurt. Likewise for those who are lactose intolerant. You can use a lactose free yoghurt.
Bircher Muesli with Fresh AppleA quick, healthy, inexpensive and delicious breakfast to give you lasting energy throughout the morning.  You can also give it to the kids for afternoon tea!
Chia, Blueberry and Vanilla PuddingA quick and easy chia pudding that can be made all year round with fresh or frozen berries.  Mix the chia and milk, hop in the shower and it will be ready when you get out.  How perfect is that!
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