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So we all know that cheese isn't the healthiest thing in the world, but our view is everything in moderation. And if you are going to have cheese, you can do yourself a huge favour by swapping our cows cheese for goat.
Goats cheese contains less lactose than a cows, plus it actually has smaller fat globules that are actually easier to digest - bonus! That said it is still a little bit naughtly, so dependant on how strict you are being with yourself, try not to overdo it!
This delicious salad combines goat's cheese with the fantastic beetroot - a great source of fibre and folic acid, which is also rich in calcium, iron and vitamins A and C, plus lots of lovely salad leaves.
Prep Time :5 minutes
Cooking Time :15 minutes
Serves :2 - depends on your appetite
Nutrition: Protein+, Vegetarian, Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin C
Tip: Be careful with the cheese! It might be easily overdone.
A handful of lettuce
A handful of spinach
A handful of chard
100g goat's cheese
Handful of walnuts
1 tbsp. olive oil