It's the last day of the year and of the decade and I'm getting ready to see it in fruit and veg style baby!
Here are a couple of recipes to up your fruit and veg game to reach at least 400g.
They're full of vitamins and they're bound to impress your guests.
We're about to enter the Roaring 20s after all...
A step up from your usual quiche (because tonight we're being fancy)
Packed with fibre-rich leek and omega 3 from salmon, this quiche will add a touch of class to even a student party.
Plus it's super easy to make an advance, too - leaving you more time to party prep.
Leave it out for your guests to nibble on in between dancing into the early hours.
Up your amuse-bouche game with this super nutrient-packed snack.
Mushrooms are packed with vitamins B2, B3, B5, B9, potassium and even copper.
All those vitamins have fatigue-reducing properties to keep the party going.
To make, mix the mushroom stems with low-fat cottage cheese, garlic, parsley, bacon - but that's optional really -
then stuff the heads with this cheese-based mix and bake in the oven for 25 minutes.
Who wants some mushrooms?
It's not really a New Year's Eve party without bubbles, but let's focus on dessert for a minute.
My suggestion is a chocolate fondue because tonight we're being fancy.
Dip your winter fruits in chocolate and your taste buds will be having a party of their own.
Plus I heard that vitamin C in oranges and tangerines will help your immune system up to speed,
which is what a New Year's Eve party really needs.
You don't want to fall sick after midnight, do you?
I think now you're all set to host a fancy yet healthy New Year's Eve party to celebrate 2019 and say hello to 2020.
I challenge you to share your own fruit and veg resolutions.
I'll share the best one in a future video.
That's all from me in 2019 -
Wishing you a fancy, healthy, happy 2020!