We are all about #wasteless here at foost, so we were blown away when we realised that you can eat your cauliflower leaves! Now we add them to our meals instead of the compost, I promise they taste good too! Heres how we cook ours.
Pumpkin is such a cool vegetable, we can use it in so many recipes and cook it heaps of different ways! Pumpkin triangles are a great winter lunch or even as a lunchbox snack.
Who doesn’t love a good soup in winter to warm up with? This soup is rich in flavour and full of vegetables. Perfect winter dinner or lunch.
These sweet potato, broccoli and black bean fritters are easy to make and are suited for any meal! perfect served alone or with a side dish!
This is easy to make and the roasted garlic, onion, pumpkin and spices make it an extra special pumpkin soup!
Think you don’t like Brussel sprouts? Let us change your mind. Give this recipe of roasted Brussel sprouts, bacon, garlic and pecans a go!
This coleslaw takes 5 minutes to make and is just as tasty as the store bought version! A simple, easy recipe when your short on time.
Tis’ the season to get our cooking on, so why not get festive with this layered christmas dip! its simple and will bring that extra festive touch to your table!
A firm favourite in my house with my kids. It’s just like a zucchini slice, only with more veggies.
We love the zucchini chips from Grill’d so we thought we would make our own. These are easier to make than you think, and have a nice crunch to them!
It took me ages to start making my own stock, I never knew it was so easy and tasty! I keep a reusable plastic bag in the freezer. When I have sad carrots, leftover veg from lunch boxes or cooking they go in the freezer bag.When the bag gets full, it’s time to make stock!
I have been wanting to make falafel for years,Turns out it’s really easy! Serve with some dips and pita for a fun family meal.