Eggs are full of protein and nutrients, and can be used in a number of different recipes like omelettes and frittatas, or served with other foods for a healthy breakfast.
2. Butternut Squash
Packed with Vitamin A, this winter warmer is healthy and delicious! Try it in a butternut squash soup or using it in a casserole to warm your soul during the chilly months.
Lentils are great for your digestive health and are high in nutrition, but the best part is they’re so versatile! Try them in dal, soup, salads and other fun recipes.
There’s no better time than winter to make a steaming hot bowl of porridge for breakfast! Carman’s has just released some new flavours to their gourmet porridge sachet range, which you can make in just 90 seconds. Each sachet is made from 100% Australian whole grain oats and the entire range has less than 6 grams of sugar per serve. Porridge is great for slow releasing energy, which will keep you going throughout the day.
This cruciferous vegetable is high in vitamin C which is important in winter to raise your immune function and keep colds away. You can steam them to eat with almost any dish.
Turn up the heat and use chillies in your dishes to boost your metabolism and fight fat buildup. So spice up your soup, stir fry, or even salmon for a healthy kick.
Add ginger to your tea to get warmer faster and benefit from its digestive properties. It is often used to help treat stomach problems like morning sickness and IBS. Plus, it’s delicious!