Recipes

Zucchini & Carrot FrittersBy karen@myhealthylife.meThese fritters are tasty and tick all the boxes for me - protein, veggies and fat portions. It is a very filling snack option or a great meal.
Beetroot Hummus – new and improved recipe!By karen@myhealthylife.meThis quick beetroot hummus recipe is new and improved. I've included chickpeas and Greek yoghurt which add a more creamy consistency and protein sources. It still maintains a refreshing, tangy flavour, and is delicious eaten as a snack or an accompaniment to a salad. A few rainbow colours are covered when eating this with veggies!
Cauliflower Fried RiceBy karen@myhealthylife.meThis cauliflower fried rice recipe is delicious. It just ticks all my boxes! It is quick and easy to make, is full of veggies, and most importantly, it’s PACKED with flavour. If you’re still a cauliflower rice sceptic, it’s time to give it a chance! I think you will love it. 😍😋
Tangy Stir-fried Brussel SproutsBy karen@myhealthylife.meI have never been a fan of Brussel Sprouts but this recipe changed that for me. I've served it many times and have now converted quite a few people. So if you dislike sprouts but like something a bit spicy try this.
Pumpkin HummusBy karen@myhealthylife.meTry something a little different. Delicious, tasty, and quick to make.
MoussakaBy karen@myhealthylife.meThis delicious recipe is a little time-consuming but well worth the effort. I used lamb with the tomato flavours which worked well together, quite different from a beef/tomato mixture. You could also substitute lamb for beef or lentils for a vegetarian option. The cheese sauce recipe is nice and easy, and super tasty.
Butternut Squash and Farro ChilliBy karen@myhealthylife.meThis delicious chilli is hearty, healthy and loaded with vegetables. The tender farro, protein-packed beans, and warm spices are all simmered together in the slow cooker for a tasty meal.
Lentil SaladBy karen@myhealthylife.meThis lentil salad recipe is a perfect lunch or healthy side dish! It's filled with fresh veggies, feta, olives, and a zingy lemon dressing. For convenience, I made it with a couple of cans of cooked green lentils. It keeps well for up to 4 days in the fridge.
Rogan Josh (Plant-based)By karen@myhealthylife.meThis is a mild curry and great for a meatless meal. If you like it hot you can easily add in a couple of chillies!
Homemade SalsaBy karen@myhealthylife.meVery tasty. Quick and Easy to make. Not only is it delicious served with veggie sticks but is also a healthy tomato sauce substitute
Irresistible Roasted Red Pepper HummusBy karen@myhealthylife.meThis recipe is made with red bell peppers, chickpeas, garlic, and tahini. It is simple to make and tastes so much better than any store-bought hummus.
Hummus (Regular)By karen@myhealthylife.meThis is a super quick and easy recipe. I really like it as the added mint makes it really flavoursome.
Stuffed Potato with EggBy karen@myhealthylife.meThis delicious and tasty recipe for baked potatoes stuffed with eggs is great because you can eat it for any meal and serve it for any occasion. The directions below refer to cooking in an oven but an alternative is using the microwave (cooking times will vary).
Cauliflower-Crusted QuicheBy karen@myhealthylife.meSpinach, asparagus, and feta quiche is healthy and gluten-free with a cauliflower crust and savoury vegetarian filling. Serve for lunch or dinner.
Mujaddara – Lentil Pilaf with Caramelised OnionsBy karen@myhealthylife.meThis is a really delicious fragrant dish of rice, lentils, and onions – it isn’t spicy at all. It makes a great ‘Meatless Monday’ meal and it all comes together to make something amazing, nutritious, and satisfying.
Roasted Cauliflower Lentil SaladBy karen@myhealthylife.meThis cauliflower salad has the power to win over cauliflower haters. I know that’s a bold statement, but seriously — it’s really very good. This roasted cauliflower and lentil salad with tahini dressing is nutritious, filling, and works great as a light lunch or dinner.
Easy Shakshuka with FetaBy karen@myhealthylife.meThis is a super tasty Shakshuka. The beans provide added protein and the feta gives additional flavour. I often add a bag of spinach leaves as well.

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