Chicken & Bacon Pesto served on the Bariatric Portion Plate with Bariatric Portion Cutlery This is a dish that I often make if dining alone (or don’t wish to eat what others are having) and there’s an even simpler version of it (minus the bacon) in my latest book ‘The Bariatric Bible’ (details here)
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 think it pays dividends to have one recipe in your armoury that you can put together using some store cupboard and freezer ingredients. Perfect for the time when you haven’t had time to shop that day; funds are running low and the refrigerator is almost bare; and when a short-cut meal (that still enables
It’s the morning after a celebratory Bank Holiday and Memorial Day weekend – and in our case here at Bariatric Cookery a birthday too. We wouldn’t be surprised therefore if you have jumped on the scales, wailed a little, then hit ‘browse’ on your device to look for ways to address this. No doubt, you
Traybakes are my winter survival meal kits for mid-week eating. Ten minutes in terms of preparation and about 50 minutes in the oven means you can have a meal on the table in an hour. These, along with my slow-cooker, are much used solutions for our family meals. This one has tender chicken thighs