The spotlight falls all too rarely on raspberries, even though they are truly nutritious superheroes. Today we look behind the pink facade of these knobbly little berries and explain why they are so good for you.
May we introduce the baby banana – the perfect snack for those of us who are figure-conscious but also have a sweet tooth. Today we tell you what makes this mini-banana so healthy – and how you can best enjoy it.
Lychees, the “fruit of love” from Chin, is crammed full of vitamins and nutrients! Today we tell you all you need to know about lychees and how you can best enjoy them.
Coming up to Christmas, we don’t always have to opt for the hearty and high-calorie meals. Tasty superfoods like kale crisps or roasted chestnuts prove that there are other choices for nibbles and snacks! Below are our Top 5 ideas for healthy winter snacks.
Autumn is the time for pumpkins and we love these round vitamin bombs in all their guises. The next time you make soup or any other dish with pumpkin, don’t be too hasty in throwing away the leftovers! Pumpkin seeds are super healthy and we show you how to conjure up a delicious snack with them.
Apples? Pears? No, quinces! These autumn fruits are in season now and we are big fans. But what exactly are quinces and can they also be eaten raw? We have the low-down!
Going to bed with a rumbling tummy? Not a good idea! Even if you have eaten your evening meal, you can still snack with a clear conscience, sleep well and get the following day off to a good start. We tell you how!
Berries are really and truly delicious vitamin and mineral bombs. But they are also very fragile and must be handled carefully. Find out here how to store your berries so that they remain fresh for as long as possible.
Dried fruit makes a fruity and handy snack for in between meals. Below we show you how you can dry your own fruit. Dried fruit has one major advantage, especially when you are on the go: it’s not only easy to carry, it’s also easy to eat – you don’t need to bring a knife to peel or chop up the fruit into small pieces.
Back to school! For parents, this means back to organising breaktime snacks for their kids. This isn’t always an easy thing to do. After all, the food in their lunchbox should be varied and healthy so that the little ones have enough energy and can concentrate on their lessons.