For a speedy pizza, simply replace a homemade tomato sauce on the base of your pizza for fresh salsa
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Everyone loves fresh dips... They’re a great way to start an evening and also popular as a quick and easy Sunday teatime family snack. But there’s so much more you can do with dips than just dipping You can spread them into sandwiches as a tastier alternative to butter or mayonnaise, dollop them onto jacket potatoes, stir into mashed potato or serve on the side with grilled fish or chicken - a great way to use up any left overs.
Use dips when you’re entertaining to create simple, yet impressive starters
Make lower calorie creamy sauces to go with pasta by replacing double cream with a creamy dip
Use dips as an alternative to mayonnaise, soured cream or oily dressings to liven up a salad!
Contains three of your five-a-day plus two servings of wholegrain per person. The recipe is low in saturated fat and salt.
Former Olympic swimming champ and mother of three, Sharron Davies, has devised some delicious cost-cutting family recipes with any leftover pots of fresh dips.
If you love a pizza, but are trying to stick to a healthy diet, this French bread pizza is the dinner for you!
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