Feta, tomato and basil stacks

Recipes
Make your snacks count. Maximise your intake of heart-healthy nutrients like antioxidants and fibre by choosing fruit and vegetables as your first option. 

Ingredients

60g Greek feta or goat's cheese, sliced

1-2 tomatoes, sliced

A handful of fresh basil leaves

Method

1. Slice up the feta and tomatoes into 1/2 centimetre pieces

2. Place 1 slice of feta onto 1 slice of tomato and top with a fresh basil leaf

3. Do this with the remaining slices. Enjoy!

Recipe provided by nutritionist, Kate Freeman. 
KATE FREEMAN
Kate Freeman is HRI's resident nutritionist. She is a Registered Nutritionist from Canberra, Australia and the creator and managing director of Canberra's largest private nutrition practice in Canberra, The Healthy Eating Hub. Kate Freeman consults, writes, presents and mentors in the field of nutrition and has over 10 years of experience in the industry. 
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