This sweet and sticky sauce will have you coming back for more and the best thing it is only 1.5 syns for 2 tablespoons!
This refreshing, low syn, sharing platter is my take on wahaca's chipotle crab tostadas, give it a go!
If you make a huge all-day breakfast omelette like this not only is it great for leftovers or in lunchboxes it means you have breakfast on hand and ready to go whenever you need it. (lasts in the fridge up to 4 days) 6 large (preferably free range) 4 slimming world sausages or any preferred sausages … Continue reading Breakfast frittata
Sushi rice always seems daunting but is ridiculously easy to make. When you have your sushi rice figured out it is easy to make homemade sushi that can be syn free or near enough syn free. Ratio - 1:1.5 (e.g 1 mug of rice to 1.5 mugs water) OR enough to cover the rice with … Continue reading Perfect sushi rice
My boyfriend and I are particularly partial to any kind of food but occasionally we love a good burger. So I will be sharing some of my favourite recipes for you all. serves 6 1tbsp blue cheese per burger (I worked it out 5 g = 1 syn if the syns on the app are … Continue reading Blue cheese bacon burgers
My sisters love falafel and eat so much that we decided to make our own. Don't try and substitute canned chickpeas! Dry chickpeas are not only cheaper but have an entirely different texture. 1 mug/cup dried chickpeas - soak the chickpeas overnight 1 tsp ground baking powder, cumin and coriander, 2 tbsp chopped fresh parsley and … Continue reading Falafel
I love a Thai curry, they are so fragrant and delicious and I have found one that doesn't involve coconut milk! The ingredient list seems extensive but it really is so quick and easy to make as you essentially just blend all the spices together. 1-star anise & medium red onion 1 tsp chilli flakes … Continue reading Thai hang lay style curry