Apple and Blackberry Oat Crumble
A warming winter favourite which adds to your five a day.
Foods high in soluble fibre can help to lower your cholesterol.
A warming winter favourite which adds to your five a day.45 minutes Serves 8
Make muffins healthier with mashed banana for natural sweetness and rolled oats for beta glucan.40 minutes Serves 12
When time’s short, but you want a dish bursting with flavours, this will not disappoint. A delicious, super quick, low fat meal that’s served on a bed of beans to add a boost of fibre.15-20 minutes Serves 2
They are not saintly but these devilish-tasty treats are an improvement on traditional versions and contain that important oat beta glucan for cholesterol lowering.35 minutes Serves 12
Simple, wholesome ingredients combine to make a brilliant dahl recipe. Make in one batch then freeze any leftovers.60 minutes Serves 6
You can use a variety of speciality mushrooms in this recipe or stick to the cheapest and it still comes out tasting delicious. We used a good quality vegetable stock but you could use your own homemade stock or even substitute a 250mls of the vegetable stock for brown ale.30 minutes Serves 4
Low-fat, vegan and heart-healthy, this filling one-pot lunch or dinner is packed with vegetables and beans and with a slight chilli kick.25 minutes Serves 4
This soup came about as a result of a great conversation between our helpline team. It has a base of tomatoes, lentil, onions and garlic but the great thing is you can add other ingredients to suit. We included all the leftover “red vegetables” in this version and it turned out a fantastic deep red and pretty tasty too.30 minutes Serves 4
A great heart-warming soup you can eat with wholegrain rolls or pitta bread. A low salt stock keeps the salt content down.45 minutes Serves 4
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