I love a good slow cooker dinner, and I’m switching up the traditional chilli here but it is easy to make and takes very little effort! (you can replace the beef mince with Quorn if you are vegetarian) 1 carton chilli and garlic passata 6 peppers (i use the supermarket own mixed peppers the size […]
Making food for Christmas drinks parties doesn’t have to be difficult or high in syns, this is quick, easy and delicious and made in advance can save you time!
You may be wondering how you can make this creamy Italian dessert slimming world friendly? read onwards to find out! (no this is not purist and I should imagine this recipe angers some people but this is the best way to make this slimming world friendly) If you can use vanilla pods or in place […]
Whether its a family dinner or a ready made breakfast, this low syn rice pudding is a crowd pleaser and very versatile! #slimmingworld
Christmas is close by and here I have the best gravy you can make ahead of the dinner around the time you put the turkey in the oven! Please check syns for anything marked with an asterisk as brands will vary 1 tbsp butter* 1 tbsp flour* stock (which we will make with the neck you […]
This spiced, braised cabbage has been a hit for a few years in our family and you can make it ahead!
These freezable mini pizza bites go down a treat at any party. You can double these, freeze them and pull them out when you need them, great for the holiday season!
This seems like a lot of faffs but it really is worth all the steps! Creamy, mousse-like and aerated great for dessert! 1 gelatin leaf soaked in water, 200g fat free greek yogurt, 1 tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder*, sweetener to taste, 1 tbsp milk powder*, 150ml hot water, 150ml cold water, 1 tsp vanilla (and […]
A lightly spicy, warming soup suitable for vegetarians. Great for the autumn and winter months. 2 large onions, carrots, potatoes (rough small chunks) 300g red lentils 1 tsp grated ginger, chilli flakes and garlic, 1 tbsp ground cumin, coriander, garam masala, 500ml stock, Fry the onion and carrots until they start to soften. Add the […]
I have personally heard horror stories about pumpkin recipes. At the end of the day, it is like the older auntie of the butternut squash and the only tip that I can give you is flavour it the way you would a butternut squash! 1 kg deseeded and peeled, 1 large onion peeled and roughly […]