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I always buy all the recipe books, flick through the pages, drool over the recipes but never make the food! It’s time for change! A quick look through my store cupboard and all the ingredients are to hand:-

1 tin of sliced carrots

2 tins of chopped tomatoes

1 tin baked beans

1/2 pint vegetable stock

4 small pickled onions

Method:

Blend all the ingredients using a hand whisk and serve hot

simple recipe using tinned food.

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Three bean chilli is such an easy dinner to make! I had a sort through my cupboard and found all the ingredients without having to shop! You can use any beans of your choice as they all taste great!

Enjoy 😉

Ingredients:

1 can of black eyed beans

1 can of bortelli beans

1 can of cannellini beans

1 cup of dried lentils

1 carton of chopped tomatoes

2 grated carrots

1 teaspoon of dried chilli flakes

Tomato purée (I used half a tube)

1 pint of water

Jalapeños (chopped)

Salt & pepper

Method:

Add all the ingredients into your slow cooker and mix. Set to high for 1.1/2 hrs then to low and leave to simmer for about an hour.

Taste to see if hot enough. The chilli always improves so don’t be too heavy handed

I always enjoy my chilli the following day

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Baked oats is a favourite of mine ! I feel I am being naughty when I eat this! How can it be healthy you say…

Well it is! Thank you Slimming World and #instagram for sharing this. So many different ways to make this, but my favourite is using choc shot. You can play around with this recipe adding fruit, food flavouring, anything!! Even changing it to savoury oats by adding bacon & cheese.

Ingredients:

40g oats (healthy extra b choice)

2 eggs

Mullerlight (any flavour)

Method:

Whisk eggs, add to oats & yogurt, mix all together and stir in choc shot.

Oven: 180C

40-45 mins

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I have made baked oats many times and have tried endless recipes but now I can honestly say, this is one of the best! I  can now actually have my cake and eat it. You can use this for your pancakes too, just add fruit.

40g oats

2 eggs

1 heaped tbsp quark

Vanilla essence or skinny syrup

Mix together and bake 180 degrees- 30 mins

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Healthy eating for all you lovers of lentils, a quick and easy meal to make using a slow cooker. Just throw all the ingredients into your cooker, stir and leave to cook! So easy! 

Lentil Chilli
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Ingredients
  1. Red lentils
  2. Green lentils
  3. Tomato purée
  4. 1 carton of chopped tomatoes
  5. 1 vegetable stock cube - made up with 1 litre of boiling water
  6. 1 chopped red onion
Instructions
  1. Add 1 cup of red lentils and l cup of green lentils, add rest of ingredients and stock, stir and cook in slow cooker on high for 2 hrs turning to low. Stir and add more water if too thick for your liking.
  2. Serve with rice or cauliflower rice as an alternative
Notes
  1. The good thing about a slow cooker is you can leave it on low till you are ready for it
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So here I am looking for inspiration for dinner tonight with my Slimming World recipe books, magazines, iPad etc all over the table. I’m flicking through page after page of mouth watering dishes. It’s so hard to decide! Eventually I chose to make the Moroccan chicken – I’ve had this before so I know it is a tried and tested dish. It is so easy to make using spices from my cupboard, which I have to confess are quite a few!

For this I have used courgettes, red onion, red peppers and sweet potato. But any vegetables will taste good with this dish, so fill your boots! 

 

Moroccan chicken
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Ingredients
  1. 1 tsp ground cinnamon
  2. 2 tsp ground cumin
  3. 2 tbsp red wine vinegar
  4. Chicken
  5. Veg
  6. Couscous
Instructions
  1. Mix the red wine vinegar, cinnamon and cumin together and marinate the chicken
  2. Add to an oven-proof dish and cook at 180c for 35 minutes (or when cooked)
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How to resist chocolate ❤️

I decided to make some cakes using my healthy extra ‘B’ choice to satisfy my craving for something sweet. These were so easy and hit the spot! Plus I can have a little fun with my photos too!

Baked oat cup cakes
Yields 3
SW cup cakes
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Ingredients
  1. 35g porridge oats
  2. 1 egg
  3. 1 Mullerlight (any flavour)
  4. 1/2 tsp cinamon
Instructions
  1. whisk egg and add to ingredients.
  2. Stir together and pour into muffin/cakes cases.
Notes
  1. You can experiment with these, adding fruit, choc shot, lemon flavouring etc, until you find one you really enjoy. I used a Vanilla flavour Mullerlight, very moist the following day.
Rosie's B Diet http://www.rosiebdiet.com/

 

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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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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
Rosie's B Diet http://www.rosiebdiet.com/
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