Yes we CAN: NEW recipes you’ll love!
Last month, we introduced you to our Wellbeing Blog. Inspired by this, we’ve created five delicious canned food recipes that we know you (and the whole family) will love.
Using canned food is an easy way to create something delicious, with little to no fuss. It can help you cut down on your prep time, as everything is already prepped and ready to go.
Read on to learn more, and don’t forget to tag us over on Instagram (@lovecannedfood) if you whip up any of these dishes for yourself.
Tropical Fruit Breakfast Bowl:
Wishing for a holiday? We feel you! Whilst venturing to the tropics might not be possible, you can still treat your tastebuds with our Tropical Fruit Breakfast Bowl. The recipe uses canned mangos, canned pineapples and canned peaches – delivering a taste of holiday from your own kitchen!
What’s more, adding canned fruit in juice to your breakfast can help towards your five-a-day intake, first thing in the morning. This recipe also contains quinoa, which is a good source of protein and perfect when eaten as part of a balanced and varied diet.
Click here for some tropical deliciousness.
Spiced Turkey Brunch Beans:
Looking for brunch goals? Look no further.
Whatever the occasion, these Spiced Turkey Brunch Beans are ideal for those lazy weekends, where you crave something delicious. This recipe includes canned haricot beans, which are high in protein and fibre and low in fat – does food get any better than that?
Click here to become a brunch extraordinaire.
If you’ve been trawling the internet for meat-free recipes that are as close to classic dishes as it gets… we have just the recipe for you! Our Jackfruit Enchiladas are warm and spicy jackfruit stuffed tortillas, topped with gooey melted cheese. The ultimate #MeatFreeMonday dish.
Although canned jackfruit is fruit, the consistency is like chicken or pork and thanks to that mild flavour and unique “meaty” texture, it’s ideal to be seasoned and used as a meat substitute.
Fair warning… this recipe may change your life. Click here to whip it up!
Tuna and Avocado Fruity Poke Bowl:
You can replace the raw fish found in a traditional poke bowl with canned tuna in our Tuna & Avocado Fruity Poke Bowl, leaving you with a simple and delicious twist on this trendy dish. Plus thanks to the canned tuna in spring water, this recipe is high in protein and low in saturated fat.
Who’s cool enough to try this delicious dish? Click here for the recipe.
Fruity Cluster Pots:
Craving a delicious dessert but seeking something a little more guilt-free? Look no further than these Fruity Cluster Pots. This recipe uses canned fruit, which is ideal for a busy weekend – as it is already prepped and ready to go. Plus, canned fruit in juice can count towards your five a day.
This recipe is perfect for those of you who have a sweet tooth and they only take 10 minutes to prepare. Once prepared, simply pop them into the fridge overnight and voila, no need to worry about dessert.
Click here to make them now.