‘Every mem­ber of my fam­ily wants some­thing dif­fer­ent, and I don’t know where to start!’

Good Housekeeping (South Africa) - - YOUR BODY -

So­lu­tion: Tell them to make their own din­ner … sort of. You pro­vide the base – flour tor­tillas, baked po­ta­toes (sweet or reg­u­lar) or whole­wheat pitas – and they pile on nu­tri­tious op­tions from your ge­nius top­pings bar. Put out veg­eta­bles, cheese, avo­cado and tomato sauce or salsa plus plain dou­ble-cream yo­ghurt. (It’s a higher-pro­tein swap for sour cream.) Com­plete the meal with beans (cook them your­self, as canned beans con­tain salt) or fried eggs, which take min­utes to prep while they set the ta­ble. Oh, look: ev­ery­body’s happy!

Flour tor­tilla + goat’s cheese + mush­rooms + spinach + corn Baked potato + black beans + sliced spring onions and jalapeño + dou­ble-cream yo­ghurt Pita + egg + red and yel­low pep­per rings + onion + ma­ture Ched­dar

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