This is such a good and simple recipe. Made in minutes, it’s the perfect supper for a busy worker on a weeknight.
This recipe is a bit Scandi and a bit different. It was literally created on the back of a craving I had for something fresh and palate cleansing for supper. The rich and flakey smoked trout combined with cooling cucumber is a real winner. Ideal for a light lunch on a summer’s day, a starter at a dinner party or a simple supper. Take your pick.
You can never buy just one courgette…It’s a total pain. But not this time! This should be a go to for everyone, whether you decide it’s a delicious supper or a packed lunch. It uses turkey which is naturally low in fat and there is no need for carbs, making this super healthy. But don’t fret, just buy a bap and it’s perfect for the hungrier mouths too. Go on try it… You really wont regret it.
I am going on holiday in August and so thought I better up my exercise. I bought Josie’s 21 day fat burn which I am trying to do first thing in the mornings and I’ll let you know the verdict. This Saturday, I was off on a hen party, so I got up early (unheard of) and did my workout, before fuelling up for the day ahead. This brekka is filling, healthy, and most certainly delish. You must give it a whirl. Continue reading
I always find making a pudding for a week night supper such a faff, and inevitably, 9 times out of 10 I opt for chocolate to get my sweet fix. But last night I made this pudding in all of 15 minutes (10 of which you don’t have to do anything.) It’s refined sugar free, luxurious and low in calories!
My PLI supper last night was a delicious piece of salmon and steamed broccoli with a numma sauce to brighten the whole thing up.