September 20, 2017 Will Whyler 0Comment

Eating fruits & vegetables as the come into season is a cheaper and more efficient way to live healthy. Check out these recipes for some inspiration:

As the nights get shorter, leaves turn golden, and the temperature begins to drop, it’s fair to say that most of us begin to reach for classic comfort foods to warm us up. Luckily for you most of these classic autumnal comfort foods are made using ingredients that are in season at this time of year. That means you can find them cheaper in the shops, plus they contain especially large amounts of the nutrients we need to stay healthy in the changing climate! This is a win-win that you can’t refuse.

Aubergine & Chickpea Curry

Perfect for those nights where you want something a bit warming but it’s still not quite cold enough to break out the winter classics, this tasty asian recipe will really spice up your life. Plus, it’s vegan!

Smoked Haddock & Leek Risotto


With only 8 ingredients (most of which you’ll already have in your cupboards) and prepared in one pot, this recipe couldn’t be easier. Get a helping of seasonal leeks and year-round winner haddock with this simple stunner.

Creamy Ham, Leek & Mushroom Spaghetti


Trying to watch what you eat needn’t mean depriving yourself of little luxuries – this creamy pasta dish gives you a low fat cheese kick. Plus, mushrooms and leeks areĀ so in this season.

Vegan Shepherd’s Pie


A super seasonal, super sized, superfood feast you ask? Here it is: this pie has all sorts of seasonal goodies in it – carrots, potatoes, butternut squash, leeks, and mushrooms all have a home here. So go wild and treat your family, or make it for yourself and spare yourself cooking for the rest of the week!

Rustic Vegetable Soup


Cheap. Easy. Tasty. Those are three words we really love here at MagnaPass and conveniently they also describe this soup. Honestly, just do yourself a favour next time you’re feeling less than great and make this for yourself. You’ll be in fine form in no time.

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