Who doesn’t like that ultimate comfort food favourite ‘Mac ‘n’ Cheese’? Chances are you did but have been avoiding it since WLS due to the high fat or tricky high-carb and hard-to-digest-sometimes pasta. Well now it can go back on the menu because here’s a great version that side-steps all the old problems with
I adore Shepherd’s Pie and love it topped with plain potato, cheesy potato, cauliflower mash, a swede mixture and umpteen other variations but this is a new twist that I think works particularly well. The flavoursome lamb mixture (although you can use beef or Quorn mince for a vegetarian option)
Gosh but it’s chilly today (some of our visitors in the north have also seen the first flakes of snow) and I just feel an overwhelming need for warming, comfort food. Chilli fits this bill admirably and is so easy to put together especially if you have a few cans of beans in your larder.
All that walking around knocking on doors and tricking neighbours for tasty treats can work up an appetite! This warming, comforting and time-tolerant cottage pie is bound to blow away even the spookiest cobwebs – and keep
‘Fat Head’ Pizza on the Bariatric Portion Plate In the last 6 years I have experimented a great deal with making a bariatric-friendly pizza. So I started out with my basic tortilla one (see here) which can be on the table in under 15 minutes and is very good and perfect for single dining.