Oaty Pistachio and Coconut Bar and the Bariatric Bento Box Sunday is the day when I try to prep ahead for some of the things I will need food-wise during the week – so I will often take the time to make some overnight oat mixtures, crustless quiches, vanilla egg custards, salad and
Savoury or sweet; thin and lacy or thick and fluffy; American or French; piled high or folded flat; basic with lemon juice or stuffed with fruit and a drizzle of indulgent choc shot or sugar-free syrup – there’s a pancake for you. And Shrove Tuesday is the day to have them as a treat.
It’s been getting hot in the Bariatric Cookery HQ and to be honest we’ve scaled down on the cooking while this warm weather interlude is here. We haven’t abandoned great-quality bariatric eating however, just fixed our energies on making something without the oven and energy-sapping hassle. This is one of the dishes we’ve been
Piccolo, those short, sweet and delicious baby parsnips are back in season. I love to roast or bake them as a vegetable accompaniment or salad ingredient (they’re just as good hot or cold) alone or with other roots like beetroot, carrots and salsify, but they also make a gorgeous soup – perfect for
Not everyone can tolerate roast lamb after bariatric surgery, especially if it is cooked pink and needs copious amounts of chewing. Lamb shanks however, cooked so slowly that the very tender meat literally falls off the bone, often can. The shanks in this recipe are cooked with shallots in a wonderful light coconut milk sauce