Beans, broccoli, cherry tomatoes and your afternoon wine
Sick of carrot and celery sticks on your cheese platter and find they are more of a garnish than a staple?
Try adding variety and colour to your platter so you eat less chunks of cheese and processed chips and more fresh, colourful and nutritious foods.
Raw greens beans, broccoli and cherry tomatoes go fabulously with dips. They don’t take a lot of preparation, well you don’t even need to cut the beans or tomatoes, and they add delicious flavours. I had a delicious low kilojoule spiced pumpkin dip with beans the other afternoon and it was very refreshing!