Old-timers to the website will know that I have featured a sweet biscotti recipe before (see here) and it makes a great gift to give to a friend regardless of whether they have had WLS or not. It’s inexpensive compared to those you buy, easy to make, and looks divine if you package up festively,
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