Fruit is a healthy and delicious addition but watch the amounts if your aim is to lose weight.
For the most part, fruit is used in these recipes to sweeten the dish.
A simple dessert of mixed berries on whipped coconut cream and drizzled with honey.
Sweet and mild. Apple and tomato pieces presented on courgette boats and baked in the oven. A light side dish which works well with stronger, heavier mains.
Sweet banana and egg seasoned with warm cinnamon and a touch of honey. It’s delicious.
A thick, luxurious paleo, whole30 soup of butternut squash, carrot and apple mixed with warm, comforting flavours and eastern healing spices.
The tangy flavours of apple cider vinegar and orange in a base of olive oil for a strong tasting dressing to use on milder salads.
A healthy salad of various food groups with a balance of milder flavours; just choose a dressing to make it creamy or sweet.
Cool lettuce and red bell pepper with creamy avocado and a topping of juicy bilberries.
A simple lemon vinaigrette which works well with the darker green veggies.
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!
Mix cauliflower, tomato, apple and tomato puree for a healthy copycat of the traditional flavour blendings of sweet and sour. This is a simple weeknight side dish for paleo or whole30.