Keep an eye on your added sugar intake with our five favourite recipes that are light on the sweet stuff, but big on flavour.
These are the simplest pancakes to make with kids. You don’t even need scales to weigh out the ingredients – all you need is a cup or a mug!
Use unsweetened almond milk, natural yoghurt and oats for a thick and satisfying smoothie flavoured with your favourite fruit. Great for breakfast, or freeze and enjoy as a pud.
Shop-bought pizzas can be real sugar culprits thanks to over-sweetened tomato sauce and white dough. Make your own instead: this gorgeous salmon and ricotta pizza with a spelt base is a delicious and low-sugar alternative.
Now this is what we call a super-tasty brunch – quinoa, layered up with ripe tomatoes, crispy beans, hot chillies, creamy avocado and fresh herbs; topped with a runny egg. Packed with flavour, but not a sugary sauce or dressing in sight. Enjoy!
Dips can include lots of added sugar, so why not make your own? Then you know exactly what’s in it. This big-hitting guacamole is unbelievably moreish – full of zesty lime, chilli and coriander. Dive in!