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Spiced pumpkin seeds

Although often overlooked, the seeds inside pumpkins are just as delicious as the flesh itself. Enjoy these spiced pumpkin seeds sprinkled over salads, soups or as a seasonal snack.

Roasted pumpkin and black rice

This is a really beautiful dish, with the bright orange pumpkin, black rice and jewel-like green pistachios. The addition of sumac gives a tangy flavour, while the za'atar spice blend adds its own nutty, herby edge.

Brusssels sprout salad rolls

Who’d have thought of putting brussels sprouts in salad rolls? We did and we can confirm it’s delicious!

Butternut squash, pea & sage gnocchi

This dish celebrates one of the season's finest veggies - the humble butternut squash. It's perfect for a cosy autumn evening.

Beetroot brownies

Our raw cacao and beetroot brownies are not only a delicious treat, they are also packed full of antioxidants and other health benefits.

Banana and Cardamom Bread

This banana bread is a dream served with a cup of tea, enjoyed with loved ones on a cosy afternoon. The cardamom and cinnamon add a real warmth to it. We've used coconut yoghurt, compote and bee pollen for this recipe but you can get creative with your toppings, pairing with coconut yogurt, berries, nuts and seeds.

Sweet potato and coconut dal

Dal is one of my go-to dishes; as long as you have the essential ingredient, red lentils, then you can pretty much make it from any leftover veg. This version uses sweet potato but it would be just as good with most left-over root vegetables. The creamy coconut adds a touch of richness and is perfectly balanced with aromatic cardamom.

Wild mushroom and truffle Spaghetti

Here's a recipe for a delicious, silky pot of wild mushroom and truffle oil spaghetti. Perfect for hunkering down as the evenings close in and we are all craving a comforting bowl of pasta!

Squash Bread

Our autumn menu will see us launch this amazing new squash bread as the perfect autumnal breakfast. And as we are sharers, we wanted you guys to have first dibs on the recipe. Honestly, this recipe is fool-proof, with just a few simple ingredients and a loaf tin needed, you’ll be dining on squash bread all week long.

BBQ tofu and pak choi with tamari and ginger dressing

Having a BBQ this weekend and need some inspiration for a vegetarian dish? This is IT! Korean-style pak choi and tofu. Korean food is a harmonious blending of sweet, spicy and sour flavours. This recipe, although very simple, shows the core Korean balance and the Pak Choi is the perfect vehicle for sweet chilli and garlic flavours.

Cauliflower Tacos

These tacos are great if you are feeding some hungry people. With five different toppings to mix and match, they are a fun dish to share. You can prepare the pickled onion, black beans and ranch dressing well in advance, so all you need to do at the last minute is fry the battered cauliflower and make the avocado salad. Warm the tortillas through and you are good to go.

Stuffed Aubergines

Soft, smokey aubergine stuffed with British tomatoes, punchy black olives and fresh herbs. The perfect way to make the most of seasonal produce.

Courgette and Pea Salad

This is the perfect summer salad - vibrant, fresh and ready in under 10 minutes. With it being courgette season in the UK it’s a great time to choose local and support our UK farmers, they’ll taste better too!

Fridge-Raid Flatbread

Flatbreads are a great base for a fridge raid as they only require store cupboard ingredients, take 5 minutes to make and you can then top them with any fresh ingredients that you need to use up.

Salmon and cauliflower pizza

Fuelling your body with nutrient-dense food is an important step towards achieving a good night’s sleep. This cauliflower pizza is packed with sleep inducing nutrients including vitamin C from the cauliflower, melatonin from the tomatoes and walnuts, and vitamin B6 from the salmon. Enjoy this for supper and hopefully you’ll drift off in no time!

Black bean feijoada

Owing to the black beans, this perfectly spiced feijoada is an excellent source of plant-based protein and dietary fibre to keep you feeling fuller for longer.

Squash tikka masala

This Tikka Masala makes a star of the humble butternut squash, which is rich in beta-carotene and vitamin C to support a healthy immune system.

Vietnamese-style noodle salad

Crunchy cos lettuce and crisp red peppers make this a super hydrating dish. Fun fact: one portion of red peppers contains 157% of the daily recommended intake of vitamin C (great news for your skin and immunity!)

Chocolate Crispy Cake Nests

Nothing says Easter like chocolate rice crispy cakes. These should come with a warning, they are incredibly moreish! Get the family involved making these, or just whip up a batch to enjoy solo. Decorate as you please. We've used puffed brown rice here as a gluten-free, wholegrain alternative.

Buddha bowl with tahini dressing recipe

This delicious, crunchy salad is a true celebration of seasonal spring ingredients. It currently features on our Green home delivery menu, and is entirely grain-free. Paired with a tahini dressing, this light dish is perfect for lunch or as a light supper.

  Flatbreads topped with spinach and egg

This is our take on a florentine pizza. Instead of the traditional pizza base we use flatbreads made from chickpea (gram) flour, which is coarser than normal flour and has a distinct nutty flavour that tastes, unsurprisingly, a lot like chickpeas. The bright green topping is made from spinach and butter beans, with a baked egg to finish.

Turkey Meatball Chilli Recipe

This dish is the perfect dinner option to support your natural sleep cycle, as it combines tryptophan-rich turkey with carbohydrates (brown rice or quinoa), which can help with the production of melatonin.

Gluten-Free Pancakes with Spiced Syrup and Blueberries

This super simple and speedy pancake recipe will have jaws dropping when you bring them piled high to the table. Using fresh spices in the homemade syrup really brings the dish to life, and flaked almonds and blueberries sprinkled on top make for a very beautiful dish.

Roasted Golden and Red Beets with Black Rice and Tahini

Beetroot is one of my favourite root vegetables with so much to offer in terms of flavour and colour – and most importantly, it’s in season right now. Its deep red hue, slightly earthy flavour and winning nutritional content make it a star ingredient for bright, fresh salads.

The Best Beetroot Burgers

This quick and easy burger recipe is perfect for a mid-week supper - you can prep them in advance and keep them in the fridge to have at the ready as soon as you get home from work. The beetroot gives these burgers a deliciously deep and rich depth of flavour which will leave you feeling completely satisfied.

The best Brussels Sprout salad

Gone are the days of soggy brussels sprouts, the sprout is having a resurgence and this recipe is a celebration of all that these lovely little cabbages have to offer.

Hot Mulled Apple Juice

This hot mulled apple juice recipe will have you feeling festive in no time. Boldly spiced with cinnamon, cardamon, cloves and orange, gently simmered in fresh apple juice, this will warm your cockles from the inside out.

Porridge with pumpkin and salted caramel

The pumpkin sauce in this recipe is like a subtly sweet compote, and it’s a great addition to your breakfast. With its smooth texture, it is delicious stirred into a bowl of hot porridge, along with some salted date caramel.

Pumpkin feijoda

The stew known as feijoda is one of Brazil’s national culinary treasures and it is often made for large gatherings of family and friends. It is traditionally based on meat but this vegetarian version with pumpkin and black beans is just as good and hearty.

Pumpkin, cherry and almond pie

Using pumpkin in sweet dishes has a long history – pumpkins were once stuffed with apples, sugar and spices to serve with savoury foods and spicy, sweet pumpkin pie is traditional for American Thanksgiving. I love the naturally sweet, smooth texture of this pumpkin filling, which works very well with cherries. The pastry base can be a little fiddly as it doesn’t hold together like regular shortcrust, but it’s worth the faff. If the pastry breaks as you line the tin, you can just patch it up.

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