I had every intention of saving this recipe for the next free Bariatric Cookery Newsletter – but it’s too good to hold onto. The realisation hit when my family requested it a second time in as many weeks. Caught on the hop, I made it with some ingredients from the freezer, rather than using fresh
Chicken is a bit of a go-to dish for many bariatrics and no wonder – it’s great for protein, very versatile and great eaten both hot and cold. Sometimes however, as a firm protein, it can cook a little too firm and dry. So what’s the answer? We think pot-roasting is a great way to
GUEST POST: At the end of a long wintry day, you just want to sink down on the sofa, TV remote in hand, and reach for that ‘sharing’ packet of crisps, or your favourite chocolate – we’ve all been there! The problem with these oversize snack bags (aside from their typical sky-high calorie content)
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This vibrant light meal, made from crunchy beetroot, carrot and apple, coated in a sweet, citrus dressing, is just the dish to serve over the Bank Holiday weekend. Serve it as a light lunch dish, an accompaniment to a grill, or pack in a box and take on your travels come rain or shine.