Family dinner Traybake recipes
The traybake is a true family classic; it's the perfect dish for when you need to feed a crowd. And what's more, it's incredibly easy to make. Simply throw all of your ingredients into one tray and bake! In this blog post, we'll share our favourite traybake recipes that are sure to please the whole family.
Tray-Baked Salmon with Butternut and Avocado Mash - Lee Holmes
This recipe will keep your belly and mind happy.Our tray-baked salmon with butternut and avocado mash is a healthy and hearty dish that will tantalise your taste buds. This meal is sure to please. Packed with protein and nutrients. Butternut squash is great for immunity and sesame seeds contain tryptophan which is used by the brain to produce serotonin and melatonin that help you relax and go to sleep. So, what are you waiting for? Order your tray-baked salmon today!
Vegan Tuna Pasta Bake - Veganuary
Cuisine: British, Vegan
Diet: Healthy Low Saturated Fat Low Cholesterol Low Carb Source Of Protein Cholesterol Free Low Sugars
Looking for a healthy and delicious dish to enjoy during your next meal? Tuna is replaced with healthy chickpeas and capers, resulting in a hearty and satisfying dish that the whole family will love. Not to mention, it's a great source of protein that will keep you fuller for longer. So, what are you waiting for? Give this vegan tuna pasta bake a try today! This vegan tuna pasta bake is even better than the original!
Harissa and Lemon-Baked Fish and Root Veg with Couscous - Jo Pratt
Diet: Healthy Low Saturated Fat High Protein Low Cholesterol Low Carb Source Of Protein Cholesterol Free Low Sugars
Harissa is originally from Tunisia and is a chilli paste made from spices and herbs which give it a spicy aroma. It’s widely used in North Africa and the Middle east but here it’s used to marinate the fish. The lemon in this recipe gives the dish a tang and balances out perfectly with the harissa.
Diet: Low Cholesterol Low Carb Source Of Protein Cholesterol Free Diabetes Friendly
Sausage and apple is a classic combination. This easy bake is a super simple way to have sausages for dinner! Thinly slicing the parsnips means that they cook extra quickly, and get beautifully crispy round the edges.
Baked Oats with Almond Yoghurt, Figs, Pecans and Coconut - Brit Woodruff
Diet: Low Sodium Healthy Low Saturated Fat Source Of Fiber Low Cholesterol Very Low Sodium Low Carb Source Of Protein Very Low Salt Cholesterol Free Diabetes Friendly Low Salt
Say hello to the perfect breakfast! Plate Up's Baked Oats with Almond Yoghurt, Figs, Pecans and Coconut is a high-powered start to your day. Tender and fluffy oats are mixed with yoghurt and crunchy nuts, finished off with a deliciously sweet topping of figs and coconut. With its enticing aroma, sweet taste, and nutritional value, this bowl will leave you feeling satisfied for hours on end. Order now and enjoy your nutritious breakfast in style! Literally the BEST breakfast for prepping. It's so indulgent that it's like having dessert!
Cuisine: Baking, Healthy
Diet: Source Of Fiber Low Carb Diabetes Friendly
If you're a fan of flapjacks, these definitely won’t disappoint. Simply throw in the ingredients, and bake. It is simple to make and ideal to eat on the go too, perfect for breakfast or a quick snack.