Such a simple and easy recipe to make. These look naughty but are completely fat free. You’re welcome

White Choc drop Oaties
A delicious drop cookie
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Ingredients
  1. 35g oats
  2. 1 egg
  3. 1 Options white chocolate sachet
  4. Drop of lemon extract
  5. 4 tbsp sweetener
Instructions
  1. Mix altogether with fork, cook for 10 mins in oven on 180 degrees
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This is one of my all time favourites and can be eaten hot or cold. I love it with a crunchy salad or beans and SW chips! Best of all, it is low calorie or syn free on SW. Great for snacking on! The mixture can be made into bite size mini quiches using a muffin tray. I use the silicon cases which are great for this.

  

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Oh boy! What a night! Great evening with my girlfriends, drinking and eating.  I started off well, taking into account every glass of wine, thought I would use flexible Syns so I could stay in control. Food was so delicious, thanks to Carol’s cooking. Chicken curry, rice, popadoms & relish etc. But after the cork popped out of the third bottle of wine, it was too late to even think about counting Syns!! 

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A proper little winter warmer. Get in from the cold and warm yourself up with this super healthy soup.

Pumpkin Soup
Pumpkin Soup
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Ingredients
  1. One Pumpkin
  2. Vegetable stock cube
  3. 1 tsp dried chilli
  4. 150 ml water
Instructions
  1. Cut pumpkin in half and scoop out seeds
  2. Chop into pieces, spray with fry light and roast for 15-20 mins
  3. Scoop out flesh and discard skin
  4. Add flesh to saucepan with water, chilli, salt & pepper
  5. Bring to boil and then simmer for 25 mins or until cooked
  6. Using hand blender, blend until smooth
Pumpkin seeds
  1. Boil seeds in salt water for 15-20 mins then drain and pat dry
  2. Arrange on baking tray and spray with fry light and roast for about 10 mins until they are slightly brown.
  3. A tasty little treat for snacking on
Notes
  1. Add more water for a thinner consistency
  2. Freezable
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A great recipe for using up stale Weetabix. These cakes are amazing, low in calories and easy to make.

Weetabix Cakes
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Ingredients
  1. 2 Weetabix
  2. 200ml skimmed milk
  3. 100g sultanas or mixed fruit
  4. 100g s/r flour
  5. 1 tsp mixed spice
  6. 2 tbsp sweetener
  7. 2 eggs beaten
Method
  1. Soak Weetabix and fruit in milk, add remaining ingredients and mix together
  2. Add to cake/loaf tin using non stick cake liners and cook on 180 C / gas 4 for 45-50 mins
  3. 3.1/2 syns per slice or individual cake
Rosie's B Diet http://www.rosiebdiet.com/
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When are you going to start your blog I’m asked for the millionth time, well here goes …

My blog is about food, trying new recipes and ideas from other like minded people and sharing them through my love of #insta.  I always have my phone in my hand ready for the next shot – obsessive you may say! But it keeps me sane and is also a hobby.

My weekends are always full and usually involves over eating and drinking but I believe in enjoying life to the full (well, full up that is). I belong to a boat club so there is always something going on most weekends even in the winter months . The summer months are the easiest with all the scrummy salads and BBQ food, so eating the right food, whether it is a lot or in moderation is ok, as healthy eating not only helps you lose weight it also keeps your heart and mind healthy, because after all, life is to be enjoyed isn’t it!

I hope by sharing my recipes i will push myself to stick to a healthy eating plan and hopefully it will help other like minded people on their journey.

Because after all no food is forbidden it is just knowing how much to eat of it! A little of what you fancy will also stop me from giving up on this healthy life style, so I will have that square of chocolate if i want, I am taking the scenic route with a few stops on the way, just take longer to get there!  Believing in myself is the key and seeing the results in my clothes, skin, hair etc etc means I will carry on with this journey.

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