Eggs and beans make a great breakfast, lunch or brunch dish for the bariatric patient and in this cheat’s version of a shakshuka ( a Middle Eastern favourite) they offer a great meal with plenty of protein, veggies and fibre without all the faff of making something laboursome from absolute scratch. The key ingredient is
It’s been reported that tonnes of pumpkin will go to waste over the coming days from all that lantern carving. I’m not surprised but am determined that I won’t be adding mine to the pile. I have already made soup and a cake and will refresh myself with the ideas here, but have already
I have been making a chocolate pudding for years now called ‘Smooth Chocolate Dream’ from the original ‘Return to Slender’ book (see details here) since it is so popular as a dessert but also great for recommending to those in the early stages of post-op. It is a simple to make recipe but does require
The Bariatric Lunchbox Club Meal Idea this week features a recipe that we posted earlier – not for ease but because we really think this is so good that we don’t want you to forget all about it. It’s OMG! good. We’ve paired it with just a little salad which has lettuce (red and green),
Sometimes you want a grab and go breakfast that isn’t a cereal or protein bar – something savoury to start the day but is ultra-convenient. I think I have found the answer because OMG! these are delicious and just the thing to pop in a bag, box or just your hand when leaving the house.