Nutritious recipes for all to enjoy!

Many people lead busy lives and don’t often have a lot of time to prepare meals.  At the Lunchbox Doctor we believe that everyone can eat healthy and nutritious meals and below are a collection of easy recipes for you to enjoy.

Good Moody SmoothieSmoothies are a quick and tasty way to get a variety of nutritious ingredients into us. Time is not always in abundance at certain points in the day and throwing some simple ingredients into a blender or your new smoothie maker can be the difference between having something nutritious rather than a snack bar or something even less nutritious. This smoothie is designed to boost your mood and designed with your happiness in mind!
Claire’s Christmas AmazeballsThe taste of Christmas in a ball! Enjoy my anti-inflammatory properties, a boost to your digestion from plentiful spices and a flood of antioxidants fulfilled by seasonal nuts and seeds. Packed with flavour, eat me to energise your body and warm your tastebuds. I weigh 30g, contain 4g of protein and provide you with approximately 160kcal. www.clairesmazeballs.com
Celeriac and Sprout HashSimple seasonal ingredients combine to create a quick evening meal. It’s a great way to encourage reluctant Brussels sprout eaters to try something a little different.
Jo Romero’s Coconut and Berry PiesJo Romero is a fantastically talented food blogger and photographer. In fact it is Jo that takes most of the photos on this site now. She is happy for me to share this recipe of hers which I feel will suit many people who love great food and healthier treats but also those who cannot tolerate dairy, eggs and gluten. Thanks for this one Jo!
Healthy Chocolate Brownie from Sally Wade at Treat TrunkTreat Trunk is a small, family-run business delivering some of the most exciting, high quality, natural snacks to your door. Sally Wade who started the business is passionate about healthier snacking and to that end she has created this delicious chocolate brownie recipe. A delicious, stodgy, rich brownie full of nutrients and enjoyed by the whole family.
Grain Free Muesli BreadIn a bid to reduce the amount of food wasted in our family I decided that as this paleo muesli (from Aldi) was not being eaten I'd turn it into a loaf instead!
Easy Cheesy FlapjackA very adaptable savoury recipe that's a great snack or lunchbox filler. It combines lots of vegetables with oats and cheese (vegan option).
Fruity Kefir ShakeA gut-friendly breakfast or snack. Kefir is a fermented yogurt drink. It is rich in probiotic bacteria. Children do seem to love it which is a good thing as it is a boost to their immune system.