Awesome. Thank you. Will have a look at it
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11-09-2016 18:39 #21
11-09-2016 19:45 #22
I've been a member twice now (once for 3 months) so I printed off a bunch of recipes so in going off that this time and supplementing it with my own calorie controlled meals when I know I need an easy meal.
Tomorrow is oats and fruit for brekkie, a coffee for morning tea (meeting a friend so I'm going a small and skim latte), a BLT on wholegrain bread for lunch, fruit and almonds for afternoon tea, lamb cutlets with asparagus and feta for dinner and I'm not doing after dinner snacks this week to really kick start my weight loss.
12-09-2016 22:58 #23
@A-Squared you motivated me to take a look & I've started today!
Tonight be had Beef Rissoles, Sweet Potato chips & salad (I made extra to freeze for a couple of weeks time).... It was delicious!
I just made a frittata (asparagus & feta) for breakfast for the next 4 days... Creamy Corn Soup for lunch for a few days... Blueberry & Chia muffins & Red Velvet slice for snacks... So good to be organised!
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13-09-2016 07:03 #24
Isn't the food awesome! For a diet it's pretty tasty, just portion controlled and full of good carbs and fruit and veg.
Last night we actually had the strawberry, cucumber and haloumi salad. I've had that one a number of times and it's amazing how well haloumi, strawberries and balsamic go together!
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13-09-2016 08:47 #25
Yeah just started without doing the challenge
It's a great way to meal plan, I just swapped the dinners till I found something the whole family would eat.
13-09-2016 08:58 #26
The dark chocolate and strawberry parfait is awesome, as are the honeyed almonds, cheesy popcorn, speedy apple tarts.
The various chia puddings are nice for breakfast too.
13-09-2016 15:29 #27
We are having the San Choi Bow on Sunday and curried pork tomorrow night, DS loves curry so it will be good to find a few different ones
The Red Velvet Brownie is yum
13-09-2016 16:10 #28
How long did the red velvet brownie take to make?
13-09-2016 16:37 #29
Not long, it's an easy one, all ingredients in food processor until smooth! I had Beetroot in the garden so used that... I made a double batch (cause of size if Beetroot) and will freeze some
13-09-2016 16:53 #30Senior Member
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I think my nephew did JC and he's lost 30kg....my sister is finding it quite expensive though..
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