Whether you have a smaller appetite, or are looking for healthy lunchtime options, this is the cookbook for you.
When you don’t have a big appetite, it can be difficult to decide what you feel like eating, let alone whether it’s healthy.
Light bites brings you seven new recipes that are quick and easy to make, satisfying without being heavy, and contain at least two of your 5 A DAY portions of vegetables, fruit and pulses. Perfect for those occasions when you only want a small meal.
The recipes in this cookbook have been designed to follow World Cancer Research Fund’s healthy eating recommendations and to show you how easy and delicious it can be for you to follow them too. The recipes are also low in salt, added sugar and saturated fat.
We asked Sarah Drabble, who writes our cookbooks, to share her favourite recipe from this one with us:
I love sardines with roasted cauliflower salad – it reminds me of going on holiday in Portual. Many of us need to eat more oily fish and this is a great, low-cost way to add more to your diet, even if you don’t have a larger appetite. And roasted cauliflower has a wonderfully nutty flavour, which goes with the sardines so well.
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