Discover! April videos 🐰🥚🌷🐣 It's the Easter holidays! Our theme for April is Reduce, Reuse and Recycle ♻ Try our delicious Mackerel Spaghetti and Tomato Sauce recipe, great for using leftover vegetables.

Try making a homemade pot noodle. This is a great way to use up leftover pieces of veg for a tasty, quick and nourishing lunch or tea. Try the recipe below or use your own leftovers, sweetcorn, peas and pepper would also work well.  

Another great recipe for using up leftovers is our Leftover Soup recipe! Play about with different veg combinations to come up with a family favourite warming soup.

Discover! February 2024 😃 This February, our theme is warmth. At this time of year, we all need warming meals to heat us up. Spring is on its way but not quite here yet! We've developed some delicious, warming meals for everyone to enjoy. There are also cosy new bed sheets in each box. Scroll down for the step-by-step recipe videos ⬇

We've also teamed up with Home Energy Scotland to give all Discover! families a copy of their 'Helping You Stay Warm For Less leaflet'. Get in touch with Home Energy Scotland for free and impartial support to help you save money on your energy bills and stay warm at home. Plus find out if you’re eligible for any grants, loans or funding. Home Energy Scotland’s friendly Energy Advisors are waiting to help you. Call 0808 808 2282 or head to 

This month is also Fizz Free Feb so Emma has had a chat with Ahmed, a trained dentist at LINKnet, whom we work closely with on our Eat Well for Oral Health project. Ahmed tells us what happens to our teeth when we drink fizzy juice and his top tips for strong teeth. Can you take the challenge? Check out:

Tuna Pasta Bake

Watch along as Theodora shows us how to make a filling tuna pasta bake. For an extra nutritious meal, use wholemeal pasta. This contains extra nutrients & fibre which helps us stay fuller for longer. Got leftover veg? Lots of vegetables work in this recipe including, peas (add with sweetcorn), chopped pepper or leek (add with the onions), broccoli (boil for 5 mins and add to ovenproof dish). 🧅🥦🌽

Oaty Apple Crumble

Follow Thedora's step by step video and make a delicious, warming Oaty Apple Crumble. Cooked apples are particularly good for our gut health as they release pectin which is a great source of fibre for the bugs that live in our digestive system. Well fed gut bacteria may influence our immune system and even brain health!