Here is the bariatric-friendly potato dauphinoise recipe I made this weekend using two types of potato – fabulously colourful orange sweet potatoes and waxy Charlotte potatoes. The traditional cream has been replaced with quark and stock. This dish goes well with roasts, grills and roasted vegetables. It’s also fantastic reheated for the next day.
February is such a short, cold and mean little month… but thankfully it is also full of romance thanks to Valentine’s Day. Bariatrics however can find the champagne, chocolate and foodfest a tad challenging! My advice? Ignore the Valentine supermarket specials of 3 courses and chocolates or prosecco for £15-20 and indulge instead on roses,
Cheese is a great protein food for bariatric meat-eaters and vegetarians alike, and most gastric band, bypass, sleeve and revision patients can tolerate it well. Edam is a good cheese choice because it has 25% less fat than Cheddar so can be a healthier option. In this recipe, butternut squash and sliced potatoes are cooked
Perfect to kick off your dinner party, great in a mug for a light lunch at the weekend, and it even travels well for a working lunch, this soup, made with British Tenderstem broccoli does it all. Cheesy Tenderstem Broccoli Soup Ingredients Fry Light cooking spray 1 onion, chopped 2 cloves garlic, crushed 1
Stilton is one of the great British cheeses and, because it has a good strong flavour, means you can use less to get a great cheesy taste. This is a wonderful dip to indulge in when you’re fed up with the same old guacamole or hummous in your lunchbox. Use vegetable crudites for dipping for