Go beyond carrots and oranges to get your fill of orange fruit and veg! Snack on apricots and mangoes, roast butternut squash and bake sweet potatoes.
Oranges: As well as making the most of fresh fruit and veg, did you know 150ml of fruit juice counts as one of your five a day? Drink a glass of orange juice at breakfast for a quick win or use fresh oranges as a marinade on a healthy citrus salmon dinner.
Carrots: Add diced carrots to your next Bolognese or chilli as an easy way to add more veg to your meals. Serve up Jamie Oliver's striking hasselback carrots with your next Sunday roast for a way to make veggie sides more interesting or grate and fry into healthy carrot bhajis for an Indian-inspired dinner.
Butternut squash: A butternut squash is a versatile option to keep in the veg drawer. Dice and roast until caramelised, halve and stuff with a fragrant filling, turn into creamy soup or roast in Jamie Oliver's Thai chicken and squash traybake.
Apricots: Sweet, juicy fresh apricots are delicious in summer, but don't forget tinned and dried apricots to enjoy all year round too - just 30g of dried fruit counts as a portion towards your 5-a-day. This Middle Eastern apricot and honey tagine is packed with veg, or use ripe fresh apricots for this pretty, healthy apricot tart.
Mangoes: Looking for inspiration on how to use the mango sitting in your fruit bowl? Layer into cauliflower rice salad jars for a healthy lunch, blitz into a creamy mango lassi syllabub for a light dessert or freeze into colourful Neapolitan ice cream for healthy homemade sorbet.
Sweet potatoes: Swap plain potatoes for a sweet potato - use to make mash, loaded jacket potatoes or a comforting veggie soup. Jamie Oliver's sweet potato and pepper tikka masala roasts the veg first for maximum flavour in this healthy family meal.