Showing posts with label Slimming World recipe files. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Slimming World recipe files. Show all posts

Friday, 9 June 2017

Baked Mushroom Risotto - A Slimming World Recipe

I love risotto but my goodness, it can be so full of delicious but naughty ingredients. Starting Slimming World, I wasn't prepared to give up my risotto so had to figure out how to make it Slimming World friendly! Here's my recipe - I hope you enjoy!


Friday, 20 November 2015

Caramelised Onion and Bacon Crustless Quiche

In an attempt to kickstart my Slimming World journey *AGAIN*, I've been scouring the web for delicious recipes I can adapt to a Slimming World approach. This Caramelised Onion crustless quiche is one of those recipes.


Crustless quiche is a Slimming World staple but often made with cottage cheese which I loathe. I've sacrificed healthy extras here for milk and cheese but you could use cottage cheese instead of the milk if you desired. The whole quiche uses 5 Healthy Extra A choices but easily cuts into 10-12 pieces which would be 1/2 a Healthy Extra A each or 3 syns. Your choice.

Ingredients

  • 300ml skimmed milk (1 x HExA, or just less)
  • 90g Gruyere cheese, grated (3 x HExA)
  • 30g Cheddar cheese, grated (1 x HExA)
  • 6 slices smokey bacon, cooked and chopped (fat cut off, you know the drill!)
  • 2 large white onions, sliced
  • 5 eggs, beaten 
  • Salt
  • Pepper
  • Nutmeg (about 1/4 tsp, or a sprinkle if you're rebellious like me)
  • Frylight
Method
  1. Caramelise your onions. I spray a pan with Frylight and add the sliced onion to it on a medium heat for 30 minutes. If it looks like it's getting dry, I add a splash of water which adds some moisture but also deglazes the pan a little to add the caramelly flavour. 
  2. Mix the eggs, milk, cheese, bacon and seasoning in a dish. (I mix my eggs, cheese etc in the dish I'll be cooking in, sprayed with Frylight first, but that's because I'm trying to minimise washing up!)
  3. Add the onions to the mixture once they're caramelised.
  4. Bake (Cook?) in the oven until it's set - I cooked mine on 200oC for about 35 minutes before I checked it for a set. 
  5. Let it cool and eat with plenty of salad! 
Cue some shoddy food photography, haha! 

Onions caramelising 

Bacony, eggy, cheesy, milky goodness

I take my quiche for lunches at work when I want something more than just a salad. I also sometimes eat it for my breakfast if I want to save my Healthy Extra B for my dinner (Dr Pepper pulled pork on a bread roll = heaven!)

Do you make Slimming World quiche? What are your favourite fillings?

Have a beautiful day, inside and out

Tori xx

Saturday, 29 August 2015

Stuffed Aubergine Rolls - Slimming World Recipe Files

I've followed Slimming World for nearly two years now, successfully shedding two stone in the run up to my wedding. I've successfully managed to keep off 1 stone but have messed around for a year or so, losing and putting weight on but ultimately, staying stationary.

I bought a 12 week countdown after my Italy trip in order to prepare for my October holiday. I'd love to lose this pesky stone in those 12 weeks...as well as tone up a little with some exercise.

Because of that, I've decided to start posting some of the recipes I'm trying out. I hope you enjoy them

Slimming World Recipes


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