Sundays are when I usually cook something that can be used in a lunchbox, provide a quick breakfast for a weekday, or make a meal for when time is short or I don’t care to cook. Frittatas are perfect for this scenario – they can be made ahead and then sliced to fill a
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
I admit I just ‘love’ pastry and a crustless quiche somehow can ‘miss the point’ in my dietary regime! I have therefore flirted with other ‘pastry’ options and substitutions and you’ll see some in the links at the end of this feature. But I haven’t tried a cheesy one with broccoli and wondered how
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.
I enjoy surfing the net to find recipe inspiration and scrolling through Forums to tap into ideas from others for easier food. One such idea was a Zip-Lock Omelette. A way of cooking an omelette in a Zip-Lock bag with it’s filling that was fuss-free and quick to make – I just had to