Quick and Easy Recipes for the Shortest Month

5th February 2018

February is the shortest month of the year, with the last of the shorter days and darker evenings. After rushing home from a busy day, cooking can sometimes seem a little bit of a chore. That’s why we have a number of stress-free, quick and easy recipes for you to try, which are not only delicious, but also contain whole grain goodness!

By enjoying these fuss-free recipes, you can ensure that you’re spending less of your valuable time in the kitchen and more time with your family and friends this February. Each recipe takes about 30 minutes or less to make, including prep time; proving that mouth-watering food can be quickly and easily prepared after a long day at work.

As an added bonus, all of these recipes contain whole grains. Whole grains are good sources of fibre, which is important for a well-balanced diet. It’s easy to include whole grains in your diet. Take a look at the delicious recipe suggestions below for inspiration.

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Quick and Easy recipes to try:

Ten Minute Easy Pizza Recipe

Did somebody say pizza? This Ten Minute Easy Pizza recipe, is a doddle to make and at just 281 calories per serving, it’s nearly guilt free. Count us in.

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Oat Coated Fish Fingers Recipe

Created by Clare Morfin, author of ‘Easy Peasy Lemon Squeezy’ food blog, this Oat Coated Fish Fingers recipe is perfect for the whole family. Coming in at just 336 calories and taking about 28 minutes from start to finish, this is an ideal recipe for some midweek yummy goodness.

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Wholewheat Pasta Bake with Cheese Sauce Recipe

This simple whole grain pasta bake recipe is perfect for these cold, dark evenings. Try adding in some roasted cherry tomatoes to the cheese sauce for that extra little bit of flavour – bellissimo!

Cracked Wheat, Wild Rice & Pesto Pilaf Recipe

Our Cracked Wheat, Wild Rice & Pesto Pilaf recipe uses delicious whole grains and tastes great hot or cold. Kill two birds with one stone and take the leftovers for your lunch the next day.

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Spiced Steak Chapatti Wraps with Raita Recipe

Our Spiced Steak Chapatti Wraps with Raitia recipe is perfect for those who like it hot. This Indian inspired recipe only takes about 25 minutes to make. If you can’t source chapattis, wholemeal flour tortillas make a great alternative.

Spiced Steak Chapatti Wraps with Raita Recipe
Whole Grain Goodness