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Ensure you’re eating the foods that do good

If variety is the spice of life, then experimenting with creative meals and maintaining a balanced diet is one way to ensure your culinary habits are kept fresh and exciting.

Stocking your kitchen with a wide variety of wholesome and tasty ingredients – from vegetables and fruits, to grains, protein sources (including lean meats, poultry, eggs, fish and tofu) and dairy products (think milk, cheese and yoghurt) – means endless recipe options at your fingertips.

Choosing foods that suit your budget, while considering time restraints, taste preferences and nutritional needs, can, at times, become a little challenging – there’s a lot to think about. And, with so many delicious recipes to choose from at each meal of the day, ensuring you’re cooking foods that your body will thrive on can be a tricky predicament. Enter the Foods That Do Good e-cookbook.

With dietician-approved recipes created according to Australian Dietary Guidelines – with varying tastes and budgets in mind – the Foods That Do Good cookbook is a go-to guide for those hoping to tick all the boxes at each meal. Think avocado pancakes to start the day, crispy tuna mango tortillas for lunch, red lentil beef burgers for dinner, pear and cinnamon strudel for dessert, and, to snack, a banana passionfruit bread with ricotta and fresh passionfruit.

For these and many more balanced, flavoursome recipes, download your free Foods That Do Good e-cookbook and tuck in to a seriously delicious collection of dishes.

Take a sneak peak at Foods That Do Good e-cookbook

Cherry smoothie and a bowl of yoghurt with avocado, cucumber and mint – Dairy Kitchen

 

Chicken and wild rice salad with cashews and pecan nuts, beside mushrooms on walnut crostini – Dairy Kitchen

 

Lemon ricotta and almond bliss balls – Dairy Kitchen

 

*DISCLAIMER – This e-cookbook has been created by The Dairy Kitchen, a contributing recipe Partner at myfoodbook.com.au. This feature includes a mix of content sourced from Dairy Kitchen and our own opinions. Find out more about The Dairy Kitchen.

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