Each month we add a brand-new dish to supplement our core Healthy Diet Plan recipes, so you can increase your cooking repertoire to feel good every day.
Following one of our Healthy Diet Plans and want to swap out a recipe or carry on the plan for longer than seven days? Each month we add a new recipe to help you tailor the plans to suit your personal tastes and needs. Balanced and analysed by our nutritional therapist, they meet all the same nutritional requirements as the core plan recipes.
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Fish pie with pea & dill mash
Crème fraîche adds plenty of creaminess while keeping the calories and saturated fat down in this healthy pie, while lean cod and prawns contribute a good portion of protein.
Winter vegetable & lentil soup
A nourishing bowl of soup is the ultimate healthy comfort food. Our recipe packs in vitamin C, four of your five-a-day and it's freezable too, so perfect to make ahead for a fuss-free lunch or light supper.
Oat & chia porridge with prunes
Rich in omega-3, cholesterol-busting porridge can be prepared the night before, so there's no excuse to skip breakfast. It's low-fat and a good source of fibre and calcium – plus the fruit provides two of your five-a-day.
Healthy tuna lettuce wraps
Packed with tuna, a great source of omega-3, and counting as three of your five-a-day, these clever wraps with avocado mayo are a great low-carb, high-protein option. The 'mayo' is actually smooth avocado beaten with mustard and vinegar. It makes a fantastic alternative to the real thing in these tasty little wraps, ideal for a speedy lunch.
Note that fresh tuna contains omega-3 while canned tuna doesn't, so if you want to substitute for a no-cook, cheaper option, go for canned wild salmon.
This light, yet flavourful Bolognese uses pork mince, fennel and cherry tomatoes, served over wholemeal pasta. It's low-calorie, low-fat and high in fibre, as well as providing two of your five-a-day. If you love the slightly aniseed taste of fennel, you could throw in half a teaspoon of lightly crushed fennel seeds when you add the mince.
Asian prawn noodles
Spicy and sour flavours combine with aromatic herbs in this low-fat, low-calorie noodle one-pot. It's a good source of folate, fibre and vitamin C, and contributes two of your five-a-day. Instead of prawns, you could use leftover chicken or lean meat from a roast. Just add at the end and heat through.
Spinach mac 'n' cheese
We've given of our most-loved comfort food dishes a makeover by adding extra vegetables and swapping out regular pasta for the wholegrain variety. The result? A low-calorie veggie dinner dish that's still deliciously cheesy and provides three of your five-a-day, along with folate, fibre and calcium.
Spicy pies with sweet potato mash
Notch up an impressive four of your five-a-day with this satisfying recipe, packed with beans and vegetables. Make a batch of six, and freeze any extras for a fuss-free meal on another day. The flavours are loosely based on the classic American sloppy joe, but we've topped it with sweet potato mash instead of serving in a bun. A low-fat, low-calorie, gluten-free dish that's even finished with a sprinkling of cheese - what more could you want?
Salmon pasta salad with lemon & capers
This satisfying salad boasts beneficial omega-3 and counts as two of your five-a-day. Use frozen, skinless wild salmon fillets to keep costs down, and opt for wholewheat pasta, which is a good source of fibre. A lovely, low-calorie lunch that's packed with flavour too!
Wholegrain basmati rice pairs perfectly with protein-rich prawns and plenty of spice in this hearty one-pot. Low in fat and calories, it packs in an impressive four of your five-a-day. It couldn't be an easier addition to your midweek menu - plus it saves on the washing up!
Rustic vegetable soup
A chunky veggie soup packed, flavoured with garlic, basil and thyme, and bulked out with one of our favourite storecupboard superfoods – cheap and filling lentils. Proof that you can eat healthy food on a budget!
Spicy cauliflower rice with minty cucumber raita
Take your tastebuds on a flavour adventure with this vegetarian main, fragrantly spiced with ginger, cardamom and chilli and enriched with creamed coconut. It's a great source of calcium, folate, fibre, iron and vitamin C and provides four of your five-a-day in one delicious dish.
Carrot & pecan muffins
Ideal for breakfast and beyond, these wholesome bakes are reminiscent of mini carrot cakes, but with a surprise ingredient – cannellini beans! They add moisture and help to fit one of your five-a-day into each sweet treat.
Asian prawn & quinoa salad
With crunchy cucumber, juicy prawns and creamy avocado, this has to be one of the most delicious ways to reach three of your five-a-day. A lovely light, refreshing lunch that's low-calorie and gluten-free too.
Zingy teriyaki beef skewers
Turn lean beef sirloin steak into kebabs and marinate with tamari, chilli and honey, then serve with a herby rice salad scattered with crushed cashew nuts. Rich in folate, fibre, iron and vitamin C – plus it's three of your five-a-day!
Chicken katsu curry
The classic katsu curry gets a nifty makeover in this superhealthy dish. We've baked our almond-crusted chicken breast and served it with a zingy, crunchy cucumber and carrot salad and a spicy curry sauce.
Baked sweet potatoes with lentils & red cabbage slaw
Who can resist a piping hot baked potato? We've opted for a nutrient-rich sweet potato topped with spicy lentil dhal, served with a crunchy red cabbage slaw. It's vegetarian, gluten-free, and rich in calcium and iron.
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