Hello everyone and welcome to the first of a new series of food-related content.
Ever get the feeling that I like Slimming World Fries and fries related recipes? Well, I like fries and fries related recipes. So, if you do too then follow my blog – there is a strong likelihood of more.
So, we all need a sweet treat now and again and, for me, this one satisfies a pretty severe craving. For just 6 syns this is a taste sensation.
This week I am continuing the recent pizza theme. This recipe is similar to the pizza toasts, but without the bread and, thus, the Healthy Extra B choice. A fantastic option for those days when you had porridge or toast for breakfast but are craving a pizza dinner.
Ok, so this is a pretty basic recipe but I think it will be helpful to both Slimming World followers and to me. So many of my recipes include some of the Slimming World staples that giving them their own page means I have them available as necessary.
Missing pizza? Try these! Ok, so they’re not quite the same but they are very tasty, can be customised to your liking and certainly calm a grumbling tum. I love them.
Whilst considering my tomato sauce recipe, I concluded that there is absolutely a need for two. I often make a chunkier, fresh tomato sauce (recipe coming soon) for pasta, but sometimes you need something a little simpler and a little quicker. So, for circumstances where you need a smoother sauce in minimal time, this recipe fits the bill.
To some, this may seem too simple to warrant a recipe of its own. However, there are some key pitfalls when it comes to roasting vegetables and I have fallen foul of them in the past.
Tomatoes. Low FODMAP (easier on the digestion) and speed food on the Slimming World plan. What’s not to like? I personally love tomatoes, even served simply sliced and sprinkled with salt. However, to switch things up a little, these tangy tomatoes are super tasty and make a wonderful accompaniment to many meals. In particular, they would work well with my Loaded Potato Skins.