Mix and match the vegetables in this easy Chinese dish to use whatever you have on hand. Add some beans, some corn or even some snow peas.
No lemon and ginger tea? Don’t worry, use your favourite herbal tea to create a cake to suit your own tastebuds. For some extra natural sweetness, add a few sultanas and opt for a topping of low-fat spread or ricotta cheese.
Flavoured with a simple fat-free dressing, this light char-grilled pork and salad mix is great when you need a meal fix in minutes.
Quick to make, this hummus teams well with all your favourite vegies, breads and crackers.
A simple salsa turns a regular portion of steak into a super filling meal.
Served as is or with low fat yoghurt, fruit kebabs make an easy mid-week dessert treat.
This complete vegetarian meal is super hearty and filling.
Can you please pop the 1 tablespoon of the peanut oil into the ingredients so the count recalculates correctly and removes the nut-free tick. This is not a nut free recipe-however it says it is.
Jam-packed with the goodness of fruit and vegetables, this light, Japanese-inspired bento box is a winner.
A powerhouse of vegies, this meal will satisfy even the heartiest of appetites.
Turn your kitchen into a café this weekend and enjoy these simple favourites – all packed with taste and lean on fat!
Ditch the chips – you won’t need anything more than this mega-sized fish burger served on a grainy bun. Recipe is easily adapted for 2, 4 or 6 people.
Flavoured with coconut oil, cocoa and almonds, these brownies tick all the boxes for those looking for a dairy-free, egg-free alternative to the traditional brownie. Serve warm with soy ice-cream for a lush dessert idea.
Fresh and easy to prepare, this simple breakfast toast is perfect for a relaxing Sunday morning.
Made to order, this delicious smoothie is perfect for breakfast to go.
With a light yoghurt dressing, this revamp of the classic Caesar is an all-round winner.