Place the eggs and the spinach into a blender and whizz. Heat a pan and add 1-2 tsp of oil. Fry the batter on one side. Once it looks drier, flip. Place onto your plate and smear with pesto before adding the avocado and smoked salmon. Lots of essential healthy fats in this meal... enjoy!
Mix 1 tub of natural yoghurt with two tubs-worth of oats (simply fill up the empty pot twice). Then add in 2 tsp baking powder, 1 tsp salt, few drops of almond extract, and several large handfuls of flaked almonds. Mix well.
Roll into balls and place in a silicon baking tray (grease) and cook for about 15 mins at 200 degrees. Reduce to 170 degrees for further 30mins. If you knock the bottom and they sound hollow, they're done. If they don't sound hollow, turn them over and cook upside down for another 10mins.
** could also add cherries or almonds to the recipe!
Add 1tbsp of rapeseed to a pan. Place on a high heat and fry the turkey breasts for 2-3 minutes on both sides. Set aside.
Next, fry the onion for a few minutes add then add the garlic, chilli and the red peppers. After a couple of minutes, add the passata and tomatoes, olives and dried herbs. Season with the salt, pepper and the honey (takes the edge off) and cook on a medium heat for 30 minutes.
Just before serving, stir through the spinach. At the last second, add the mozzarella.
Into a pan add pesto, then add your prawns and heat through. Then add your courgetti and mix together. Cook until hot! With a little salt, pepper and a sprinkle of Parmesan, you're laughing. Less than 4 min.
**If you don't have a spiraliser, use a peeler. Or many supermarkets now sell courgetti in a packet.