12 healthy egg main meals you’ll love

When it comes to cooking, eggs are almost magical. They contain vitamins A, D, B12 and folate. You can eat them runny, hard, fried, boiled, poached, coddled or baked. Every medium egg has only about 66 calories. And as we discovered with our #HealthyEggMeals Challenge, they can elegantly take centre stage in family meals. The…

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6 different ways to eat turkey

Turkey is a delicious ingredient that’s also great for anyone watching their weight.  It’s high in protein and essential for growth and repair as part of a varied and balanced diet and healthy lifestyle. Nearly all protein found in turkey meat can therefore be used to maintain the function and health of our body cells.…

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BritMums Food Round-up: A new start

Hi, welcome to the re-launch of the BritMums Food Round-up. I’m very happy to be co-ordinating each month’s look at what has been going on in the BritMums’ kitchens. The weather has definitely turned more wintery over the past week. In our house, this signals warm & hearty meals – We yearn for comforting and…

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V is for Vegan: Guest post by MsMarmiteLover

Kerstin Rodgers, aka MsMarmiteLover, has been very busy the past couple of years. She is winner of best online food writer, Fortnum & Mason Awards 2014 and guild of Food Writers Food Blog of the Year Winner 2013. Known for her successful Supper Clubs fame, she has been adding more strings to her bows. She…

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#MixUpYourMenu Twitter party: How to mix up family favourites

How do you inject a little variety into meals with your old favourites? Our #MixUpYourMenu Twitter party is the place to share your tips, tricks and tasty family meals. We especially want to hear your inspiration with Birds Eye mealtime favourites fish fingers, peas, chicken grills, burgers and new wholegrain fish fingers! When you tweet…

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