A couple of oatcakes, a banana, some berries or a small bag of unsalted nuts will be better for you and will fill you up for longer than sweets, chocolate, biscuits or crisps. Try some of these interesting ideas.
Malt loaf with a satsuma
Boiled egg and wholemeal toast
Wholemeal toast with honey and apple slices, with milk
Popcorn with apple slices, with milk
Pitta bread, houmous, pepper and cucumber sticks, and soya milk
Oatcakes, celery sticks and houmous, with milk
Custard with apricots
Frozen yoghurt with grapes
Soft cheese and banana platter
Pear and almonds
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How much should you eat in pregnancy? During most of your pregnancy you do not need to take in extra calories (over the recommended 2,000 a day for women). In the third trimester you should eat an extra 200 extra calories a day.
Choosing healthy foods is very important but the amount you eat is important too.
In pregnancy it's important to eat well. If you are used to eating foods that are high in sugar, salt and fat, you can make a few changes that will be good for you and your baby.
These healthy pregnancy recipes are great for your main meal of the day, when you have a little more time to prepare, cook and eat food.
These meals are good for lunchtime, as they’re quick to make. Sandwiches and soups are great for taking to work, too.
ℹLast reviewed on August 1st, 2016. Next review date August 1st, 2019.