Mediterranean Meatballswhen you think of Mediterranean meals, classic meals such as spaghetti and meatballs may come to mind. We have em- phasized the Mediterranean with these meat- balls, creating the most wonderfully delicious, yet easy sauce.
This dish is full of classic Mediterranean veg- etables such as eggplant, zucchini, bell pep-
pers, and tomatoes, giving this meal not only a power punch in the nutritional department but making it rich and strong in flavors too. You can guarantee serving this somewhat simple and enjoyable pasta dish at your din- ner table will have even the fussiest eaters coming back for more.CapRese Breakfast TartDo you have a few mouths to feed at break- fast time, or perhaps hosting a special brunch? This Caprese Breakfast Tart is a won- derful option as a slice and share meal that everyone is going to love. The classic flavors of tomato, cheese and fresh basil works so well together, so well in fact that there is no need
to add to it or make it any more complicated, (if it’s not broken, don’t fix it).
This simple, yet impressive breakfast dish can be served either hot or cold...Whichever way it will be gone before you know it.Breakfast Fig SmoothieThis rich and creamy fig smoothies is a great way to start your day, particularly if you need something quick and easy. This smoothie not only tastes delicious but will also assist balancing energy levels as it is full of both complex carbohydrates and good quality healthy fats.
Figs are also known as the fruits of the Gods and are full of fiber, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants, all of which are going to help support our overall health and wellbeing.Frosty Fruit SmoothieEnjoy a sweet, cold drink filled with nutrients.Tuscan White Bean StewA quick and easy stew, that is surprisingly full of flavor considering the simple ingredients and the lack of effort required. This meal is ready for you to devour within 20 minutes, which makes this recipe the perfect mid/ late week dinner (or any other time you may be time poor).
Feel free to play around with this recipe by either using different varieties of beans or adding in some leafy greens like kale or chard. If you prefer a little spice, adjust the chilli flakes and paprika to taste.Easy Breakfast PizzaThis recipe for Breakfast Pizza uses a simple dough that is quick and easy to make with no need for a lengthy proving time. Topped to the brim with plenty of your favorite breakfast ingredients, this is essentially a “Big Breakfast” or “Breakfast with the Works”, just made in to a pizza, (genius right?).
Serve the pizza in the middle of the table and see it quickly disappear. If you have a few months to feed we suggest you double the batch, this will make sure you will get a slice of your own to enjoy before it’s gobbled all up.