Members Recipes
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Recipes for all occasions

Welcome to the Nutrition Force community. This page is where we share our favourite members recipes with you so you can shop, cook and eat your way to better health.  Don’t forget to rate the recipes so the whole community can benefit from your experiences.  Eat well, live well!


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.
Salmon and Chive Patties with Roast VegetablesFeed your body with goodness with this meal. Tinned salmon (easy peasy!) made into patties and served with roast veggies will provide way more than your RDI for vitamins A & C and help to get your 2-3 weekly serves of fish in.
Lemon and Parsley Fish with Potato Wedges and VegetablesDon't get take away fish and chips that are full of fat. Make you own super healthy version that has 91% RDI of vitamin A, 100% RDI of vitamin B12 and 182% RDI for Vitamin C. Plus it's packed full of other nutrients such as fibre, iodine, and magnesium.
Black Beans BurgersThese burgers are so full of goodness they will knock your socks off! 30% of your RDI for calcium, iron and zinc, 20% of your RDI for iodine and Vitamin A and a whopping 105 mg of Vitamin C which is 235% of your RDI. Try these for meat free Monday this week!
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. Percentage Daily Values are based on the daily nutritional requirements of females aged between 19-50.
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