It’s the start of half-term here in the UK which means I shall have a number of visitors over the coming two weeks (often with little ones in tow) who will, if previous years have anything to go by, welcome a biscuit or cookie during their stay. I have a cat-shaped (don’t ask!) cookie jar
I don’t often indulge in a cookie, biscuit or piece of cake but when I do it has to be top-notch, ideally home-made and as added-sugar-free as possible. Christmas time is the festive occasion when I make some special favourites that we enjoy year after year (and often only appear at this time of
‘ ‘Without Valentine’s day, February would be … well, January.’ Jim Gaffigan While some long for the annual celebration to express their love, others fear the romantic minefield and tread cautiously in their gift selection. Bariatrics are no exception – they may dismiss the chocolate fest but wonder what gift will fill the gap.
I had a request recently on a wls forum for a bariatric-friendly flapjack recipe. It wasn’t something I had to hand and did seriously wonder whether it was possible to make a reasonably low fat and low sugar version. I’m glad to report that my first atttempt was a great success! I replaced the usual
They say the heart of any home is the kitchen. Here at Bariatric Cookery HQ I say the heart of any kitchen is the cooker. I have a new one today, a black shiny sleek one from Esse (who I have been cooking with for years). It’s a range-style cooker but with all the mod