Gousto is offering 30% off Joe Wicks recipes delivered straight to your door

Joe Wicks
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Joe Wicks isn’t just the nation’s PE teacher, he’s also the author of plenty of great cookbooks to inspire you to eat well.

One of Joe Wicks’ books is Lean in 15, which features 15 minute meals and workouts to keep you ‘lean and healthy’.

These recipes are easy to follow, and it’s about to get even easier thanks to a new offer available via Gousto.

Gousto gives customers all the fresh ingredients you need to create delicious meals at home, and it’s portioned out for you too.

All you have to do is follow the simple recipe card to create tasty meals for you and your family in lockdown and beyond.

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Joe's take on the classic Thai Green Curry takes just 15 minutes! (Credit: Gousto)

Joe’s Lean in 15 recipes are now available on Gousto, with the Body Coach creating four recipes per week.

Two of these are reduced carb, and two are carb refuel recipes.

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And better yet, new Gousto customers can enjoy 30 per cent off their first month by using code LEANIN15 at the checkout.

Joe’s recipes include Asian salmon with brown rice and pak choi, creamy chickpea curry, mixed veg stew with goats cheese, and spicy chicken chilli with feta and avocado.

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Joe Wicks' Spicy chicken with feta and avocado... yum! (Credit: Gousto)

There’s plenty to choose from, and you’re able to build your own box to suit your needs.

Whether you want 10-minute meals, everyday favourites, healthy choices, or things that are oven ready.

Each of Joe’s recipes are clearly labelled, but there’s others to choose from too if you want to mix and match.

Joe has also created a new book for parents called Wean in 15, aiming to simplify the weaning process.

He draws on his real life experiences with daughter Indie, alongside expert advice.

Lucy Buglass
Digital Writer

Lucy Buglass is a Digital Writer for What's on TV, Goodto.com, and Woman&Home. After finishing her degree in Film Studies at Oxford Brookes University she moved to London to begin her career. She's passionate about entertainment and spends most of her free time watching Netflix series, BBC dramas, or going to the cinema to catch the latest film releases.