I've just returned from Thailand and absolutely love curry. This Thai green chicken curry is easy and inexpensive to make. If you want it hotter add more curry paste. If you don't want it too hot, don't add the chilli seeds to the chilli garnish. You can find the full recipe here.
Bruschetta makes a healthy and light lunch or afternoon snack. The Heart Foundation also has a healthy recipe for bruschetta.
There's nothing like a cup of hot chocolate to warm you up on a cold winter's day. Here is Jamie Oliver's recipe for hot chocolate. I like to add a couple of squares of dark chocolate to make it extra rich and chocolatey. Stir it until it melts and enjoy. Marshmallows are optional.
Why not jazz up Mum's breakfast in Bed this Mother's Day with the following yummy looking recipes from the Woolworths website or the Woolworths Mother's Day Breakfast in Bed PDF:
These rice paper rolls are healthy, easy and tasty. They are a great way to sneak some more vegetables and protein into your diet. You can find the recipe on the Donna Hay website.
Australians do not eat enough fruit and vegetables each day. The cancer council has some nifty tricks to include more of these in your diet. Some of my favourites are:
You can find this delicious, easy and healthy chicken noodle soup recipe at the Heart Foundation.
For those of you who are gluten free - check out these delicious looking Gluten Free Raspberry and Chocolate Muffins at www.delicious.com.au.