Try For 5 ... with a boost of dairy

 
Did you know that vegetables and dairy are the two foods groups Australians eat the least?

Boost your daily dose of vegetables and dairy with these delicious tips from Dairy Australia.

Cheese, Spinach and Zucchini Rice Slice

Get a dose of dark green veg with a cheesy slice. Enjoy warm or cold, or add a side salad for a veggie boost!

Did you know?: Cheese is the second biggest contributor of calcium to the diet behind milk!

       
Turmeric and Yogurt Roasted Chicken, Cauliflower and Eggplant

Drizzle roasted vegetables with a spiced yoghurt, made with cumin, turmeric and coriander.

Did you know?: Yoghurt, like milk and cheese, belongs to the dairy food group – one of the 5 food groups recommended for good health. Find out how many serevs you need here.

       

Baked Parmesan Zucchini

Coat some slice zucchini with bread crumbs and parmesan to create a flavoursome veggie snack.

Did you know?: This dish contains no lactose. Parmesan has no lactose and most other cheeses also contain very little.   

       

Carrot Cake Porridge

Grate some carrot into your morning porridge to enjoy a serve of vegetables before you’ve even left the house!

Did you know?: One serve of this recipe gives you more than one serve of dairy.

       

Homemade Baked Beans with Grilled Cheese

Enjoy melted cheese under some baked beans at brunch.
In fact this recipe is loaded with 5 different types of veg!

Did you know?: Cheese is naturally a great source of protein. Just two slices of cheese will give you 10g. The perfect snack post workout.

       
Beetroot Lentil and Feta Salad

Crumble some feta over a salad to add a creamy texture. Enjoy as a side or add some grilled chicken to make it a main meal.

There’s a cheese for everybody. If you don’t like feta, you could replace it with cheddar, parmesan or baby bocconcini.   

       

 

Dairy Australia is a proud supporter of National Nutrition Week 2016.

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