Vegetables – so many to choose from and so many ways to cook them. Endless possibilities!
Some recipes have a little meat, eggs, fruit, fungi, nuts, or leaves in as well but the main focus is always on the veggies.
Vegetarians can visit the vegetarian page where all the recipes are completely without meat or eggs.
A thick, luxurious soup with warm, comforting flavours and Eastern healing spices.
Traditional guacamole with only the healthiest of ingredients. Avocado, tomato and onion with a few herbs over perfectly boiled eggs. A highly versatile recipe.
Slices of seasoned cabbage roasted to soft in the middle and crispy on the outside.
A delicious Springtime salad with sweet tomatoes, cool cucumber and a little red onion zap.
One of the basics. Carrots with olive oil and salt are oven roasted till soft.
Probably the easiest cauliflower rice recipe you will ever find.
A side dish which is a bit more than the basic cauliflower mash. Just add in some garlic, onion and bacon for something a bit more flavourful.
Sweet and mild apple with tomato presented on courgette boats make this side dish nice and light which works well with stronger, heavier mains.
Tinned tuna with sweet potato, bell pepper and onion; simply add in some seasonings and bake in the oven.
Apple, parsnip, sweet potato and cinnamon. It’s gooey, chewy and you will definitely want some more!
A simple roasted butternut squash. Use it on it’s own for a side dish or as part of something else.
A side dish or soup packed full of flavour for pure veggie decadence.
A gorgeous tasting prawn cocktail with a marie rose sauce. It’s healthy, low in carbs and shockingly delicious!
Peppery Indian spices combined with combined with the sweet flavours of roasted tomato, red bell pepper and fennel.
A vibrant looking salad made from simple ingredients; rucola, tomatoes and pine nuts with a lemon vinaigrette.
Warm curry spices and the sweet flavours of butternut squash, bell pepper, apple and honey smoothed with coconut cream.
This simple ‘how to’ recipe tells you how to make your own sun dried tomatoes so you know exactly what was in them.
A fresh tasting side salad which works great alongside plainer cuts of meat like “A Juicy and Tender Roast Beef”. Cauliflower in place of quinoa keeps it full of healthy veggies and the orange adds a bit of a zing!
Lightly seasoned pan-fried shrimp added to basic salad ingredients with a sweet and tart dressing.
Similar to a stir fry. A thrown together recipe of healthy ingredients with an interesting colour.
Veggies, prawns and eggs combined. Make this Chinese rice dish without the rice and without the carbs.
One of the basics and so incredibly simple, yet still delicious.
Works with both a paleo and keto diet, this healthy dip is good for meats and veggies. Fast and easy.
Simple, roasted spring onions, a sweet and flavour filled side dish.
Tinned tuna and goats’ cheese with avocado, lettuce and tomatoes. A tasty low carb salad for keto or Atkins’ diets – simple, easy and quick!
Cool lettuce and red bell pepper with creamy avocado and a topping of juicy bilberries.
A warm, mildly spiced side dish of deliciously sweet butternut squash accompanied by broccoli, tomato and spring onions.
Just brussels sprouts, olive oil, salt and pepper roasted in the oven for a simple tasty side dish.
Sweet potatoes chopped into french fries and baked in the oven. Easy, simple paleo food.
A healthy salad of various food groups, with a balance of milder flavours, just choose a dressing to make it creamy or sweet.
A medley of roasted vegetables for a healthy vitamin packed side dish.
Soft fried cabbage with crispy, salty bacon and a bit of seasoning makes for a great tasting side dish. Who knew cabbage could taste so good?
The simplest and tastiest salad ingredients of lettuce, cucumber, avocado and tomato with a balsamic vinaigrette.
Another veggie basic worth knowing. Broccoli, olive oil and salt roasted in the oven. Plain and simple and so very tasty.
The easiest way to make a roasted red bell pepper, for whatever you might need a roasted rec bell pepper for.
The easiest way to enjoy courgette noodles.
What doesn’t taste better with cheese and bacon? The ultimate low carb comfort food of mashed cauliflower taken to another level with a topping of mature cheddar and crispy bacon bits.