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 very core of Lunchbox Doctor is the belief that everyone can eat healthy and nutritious meals and below are a collection of easy recipes for you to enjoy.

A simple recipe for baked falafel. These budget-friendly lunchtime falafel are delicious in a salad, in a wholegrain pitta or with rice. Ideally they'd be served alongside some humous and/or tzatziki.
Simple Chickpea CurryMinimal ingredients, minimal effort makes for a quick and easy weekday curry. Serve with some buttered brown rice.
Chocolate Chia PuddingWould you like chocolate for breakfast? This chocolate chia pudding combines nutrient-packed chia seeds with antioxidant-rich cacao and natural sweetness as well as plant-based milk. It's a delicious and fibre-rich start to the day and can be topped with sliced banana, fresh berries or some coconut chips. Delicious!
Ginger Tigernut CookiesTigernuts are actually not a nut at all but a starchy vegetable and a source of resistant starch. These cookies have a lot going for them nutritionally and have a fantastically scrumptious gingery taste.
Roasted Butternut Squash FalafelThese root vegetable falafels are sweet and nourishing and delicious! Made with roasted butternut squash, some gram flour and some chickpeas with seasoning, they're simple to make for younger family members too!
Mexican Beef TacosThis delicious Mexican Taco recipe is easy to make in the Instant Pot. It's stacked full of flavour from the base of onions, celery, carrots, garlic and chilli through to the pops of sweetness from the sweetcorn and pineapple. This family-friendly recipe is fun to eat as you have to make up your own tacos with additions - sour cream, guacamole, salsa and cheese.
Claire’s Cacao and Chia AmazeballsFor Claire, Lent has always been an important part of the calendar. She has memories of her Grandma Ann immersed in the church community and according to Claire "she loved to bake, yet she always fasted from cakes, biscuits and the “sweet stuff” for 40 days and 40 nights during the Lenten period". These 100% homemade and 100% natural energy balls are great if you would like to remove refined sugar from your diet or just have less of it but still gain that 'sweet kick' in your day. The recipe below, Cacao and Chia, is one that is so easy to make for anyone to enjoy. To find out more visit: https://www.clairesamazeballs.com/