Add one - Add fruit and veg to breakfast, lunch and dinner
Breakfast one - Add fruit to cereal, porridge or lower fat yoghurt – a handful of berries or a chopped banana is lovely. Check out our healthy breakfast recipes.
Lunch one - Add some crunch to your sandwiches with cucumber, grated carrot or tomato, and have a piece of fruit. Try one of our lovely lunch recipes.
Defrost one - Frozen fruit and veg count, it only takes a couple of minutes to microwave some frozen peas for your omelette.
Open one - Canned fruit and veg count too. Choose canned fruit in juice and vegetables in water.
Sprinkle one - Try sprinkling pepper, onion, mushroom, sweetcorn or pineapple chunks on top of a thin-based pizza. Try making our delicious Four Seasons pizza.
Pulse one - Add beans, lentils and pulses to stews, bakes and salads – remember, only 1 of your 5 a day can come from pulses.
Side-dish one - Have a salad or veg with your main meal. If it’s roast dinner make sure you’ve got some carrots or broccoli on your plate.
Add one - For an easy way to your 5 a day, add canned, frozen or fresh veg to your meals to make them even tastier:
- Add chopped carrots to spaghetti bolognese;
- Add red peppers to a pasta sauce;
- Mix peas into your mashed potato;
- Add fruit and veg to snacks.
Dip one - Dunk veg in lower fat dip, lower fat cheese spread or salsa - sticks of cucumber, peppers, carrots or even cauliflower are delicious.
Drink one - One 150ml glass of 100% unsweetened fruit or vegetable juice can count as a portion (but remember only 1 glass counts).