Pudding is a sweet treat and can actually be made without chocolate! Our fruity coconut chia pudding, made with chia seeds, coconut, berries, pineapple and mango, will seduce everyone – young and old – who has a sweet tooth. A dream come true in a glass!
Fancy some fish? Then salmon is just the thing for you! The fish with the sweet flesh is particularly rich in Omega 3 and its subtle flavour means that it goes with an incredible number of dishes. Salmon reveals its spectacular side when served with fresh fruit and coleslaw.
The simple things are sometimes the best ones. Our fruity banana and apple sandwich interprets the classic sandwich in a completely new way and creates an unbeatable, delicious combination of a few ingenious ingredients to snack on in between meals.
Salad is generally not number one among children’s favourite meals. But is there some way to tempt kids with this crunchy classic? With these salads for children, even picky vitamin “refuseniks” can be persuaded, with some patience, to eat these healthy greens.
Bread comes in countless different varieties. But how about trying grape bread? Bursting with vitamins, this fruity and luscious treat adds variety to the bread basket and its sweet taste is sure to impress!
Creative coleslaw! Chicken, grapes, peanuts and onions add that extra something to healthy white cabbage. Coleslaw always tastes deliciously fresh and is best prepared a day in advance.
During the winter, there’s almost nothing cosier than spending some time with your loved ones over tea and cake! And even nicer when the cake is as healthy as our blueberry and banana cake with almonds.
Summer is not the only time for fruit fans to enjoy a refreshing smoothie – these tasty vitamin bombs also make the perfect winter drink. If you are looking for something aromatic, why not try our blueberry and ginger smoothie?
Many types of vegetables, such as cauliflower and broccoli, can be eaten raw, retaining the valuable vitamins, iron and calcium. So what delicious meal can be conjured up using these popular members of the cabbage family? Quite simply – a quick salad that tastes wonderfully aromatic and fresh thanks to the addition of pineapple and spinach.
Curious to see how the aromatic flavour of sweet potato blends with the sweetness of fruit? Try them together in a gratin! Baked in the oven together, the end result is a spicy sweet potato gratin with pineapple that will make the hearts of fruit and vegetable lovers skip a beat!