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You might be surprised at how easy it is to turn your favourite comfort foods into delicious, healthy alternatives by substituting a few key ingredients. Learn how to make hearty meals lighter with our smart ingredient swaps and clever twists.
By replacing the traditional layers of pasta with slices of courgette, you can turn this calorific Italian favourite into a lighter, healthier dish that’s still packed with flavour. Try our veg-packed healthy lasagne for a hearty family meal.
Instead of tucking into a big bowl of chocolate ice cream, give our chocolatey frozen banana pud a try. Simply blitz slices of frozen banana in a blender with vanilla essence, maple syrup and cocoa powder. Fewer calories but just as sweet!
I Scream, you scream, we all scream for blitzed frozen bananas with vanilla, maple syrup and cocoa powder! This ice cream swap is better for you and wonderfully sweet #icecream #treat #Weekend #Friday A video posted by Tesco Food (@tescofood) on Jan 8, 2016 at 5:06am PST
I Scream, you scream, we all scream for blitzed frozen bananas with vanilla, maple syrup and cocoa powder! This ice cream swap is better for you and wonderfully sweet #icecream #treat #Weekend #Friday
A video posted by Tesco Food (@tescofood) on Jan 8, 2016 at 5:06am PST
You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to transform this family favourite. Try swapping potato with mashed cauliflower for a lighter twist. Or try our healthy shepherd’s pie, made with leg of lamb and topped with a root vegetable rosti.
The weekend chicken korma needn’t be an unhealthy indulgence. Swapping cream with low-fat yogurt turns this hugely popular mild and creamy curry into a guilt-free staple you can turn to week after week.
Give this Italian classic a healthy makeover with a handful of easy ingredient swaps. Succulent turkey, plenty of chopped and grated veg, and wholewheat spaghetti transform this into a gorgeous, nourishing dish.
Fish and chips are a favourite Friday treat across the country, but by swapping spuds for sweet potato and ditching the batter, this high-fat, high-calorie dish is transformed into a guilt-free feast the whole family can enjoy.
With its crisp, warming potato topping hiding a creamy fish-filled treat, few dishes are as satisfying as a fish pie. Not only is it comforting and delicious, but with a few small changes it can be good for you too!