Review The Stable, Exeter

The Stable in Exeter opened just over a year ago in the new Guildhall Dining Quarter, and has proven itself as one of the most popular venues there. It boasts a fabulous rooftop terrace in the centre of the city, with pizza, pies and cider.

They take pride in fine food and locally crafted cider and set this within an alluring atmosphere- with over 15 locations in the UK. Every Stable has a different menu, depending on the ingredients and cider available locally. This is a great touch, and means no 2 Stable menus are the same.

A new menu was recently launched, and The Stable kindly invited me down to try it out for myself. Set in candlelight above the hustle and bustle of the Guildhall down below, it is the prefect setting.


We ordered a starter to share, the Pot of Gold!




A dipping pot of West Country cider, melted cheese, rosemary and garlic, served with sliced sourdough. It was literally heaven in a pot! The cheese sauce was so rich and delicious, and the cider wasn't too overpowering as a flavour. There was just the right amount for 2 people to share, an excellent starter! 

For my main I chose, The Steak Out Pie with beef, mushroom, stout & horseradish served with rosemary & thyme potato wedges, slaw and tomato chutney. The filling was packed with meat and a delicious sauce. I was a little disappointed that gravy wasn't an option on the menu, as it meant the pasty was left a little dry, and the chutney wasn't enough to balance this.The overall flavour of the dish was delicious, though!

My boyfriend had the Longhorn Jim Pizza which is marinated Longhorn ground beef, chorizo, field mushroom, mozzarella and red onions topped with smoked ham. The base was light and crispy and topped with plenty of flavour and toppings.

We were super full for the delicious starter and main, but wanted to have a little something for pudding. This Vanilla clotted cream ice cream was a heavenly, and the perfect pallet cleanser to a delicious meal.


We really enjoyed our evening and our time at The Stable, with the highlight being the pot of gold!

Atmosphere ***** Food ***** Service *****

Review: The Hen House Restaurant, Exeter

Towards the end of 2017, news broke of a new restuarant opening in the old Tiger Bills plot. The Hen House restaurant was founded in 2017, and the owners long stading dreams of being able to share their good food with friends. They believe in freshly prepared, tasty, healthy and convenient food.

One of the best things about them is that they are a small and independent family restaurant, something we seem to be running out of in Exeter thanks to big chains. They promise freshly cooked food with recipes passed down through generations and created with locally sourced produce.

One thing we loved from the moment we walked inside was the lush smell of wood and rustic feel throughout. We sat on haybails in candlelight and enjoyed the relaxing and friendly atmosphere from the moment we walked in. It feels super homely, somewhere to relax and eat.


The rustic feel with hay bail seats.

Even the menus were rustic!

We even got to sit on chicken cushions!

I love the lay out of the place!

We looked at the menu and were pleasantly surprised at the massive range and variety on offer. You would be forgiven for thinking it was a chicken only restaurant, but there were also steaks, burgers, rotisserie chicken and other meats on offer. We started off with some appetisers.




This was the wonderful croquet, which is minced pork and cabbage wrapped in a pancake, breaded and fried, served with beetroot soup. The croquet itself was really tasty, and something very different from what I have tried before. The meat and cabbage mixture had the right amounts of each, and the croquet was stuffed.  I am not usually a fan of beetroot, but this soup was something else. It tasted really rich and meaty, without what I call 'The beetroot dirt taste'.  It was delicious and went so well with the starter. It is there to be drank, rather than poured over the food. 


Liver Pâté  with red onion relish and grilled brioche. The Pâté was so creamy and went well with the sweat relish.

We had an amazing selection of items to try, for our mains!


This is the Hen House Chicken Kebab, served on a naan bread with plenty of salad.  The chicken was wonderful, so full of flavour. The sauces and salad complimented everything perfectly. You forget how truly wonderful a simple kebab can be, until you try this. 


One of the lovely owners who served us for the evening, recommended we try the steak Tartare, which is raw beef mixed with diced onions, cornichons, parsley and anchovies served with olives and fresh bread. It is not something I have tried before, and knew it would be an acquired taste. I have it on good authority that this is one of the best that you will be able to find in Exeter!


This is their famous grilled chicken strips topped with melted brie, served with chutney. You can choose 2 sides to accompany this dish. The chicken was so succulent and tasted incredible with the melted brie.


The 2 sides were roast potatoes and gravy, and we also added some creamy mash. They have a rotisserie in the kitchen, and cook whole chickens,  with the chicken juices used to cook the potatoes and make the gravy- so we had to try some! Hands down, the best gravy I have ever tasted!

This is easily our new favourite restaurant in Exeter and we can't wait to go back and try out some more of the items on the menu that we were just too full for!

Food ***** Service ***** Atmosphere *****

Syn Free Fully Loaded Hash Brown Waffles



There's nothing better than a proper hearty weekend breakfast! I was lucky enough to get a waffle iron for Christmas, and I wanted one for the sole purpose of potato waffles. This recipe is what I came up with after trying it out a few times. 

The hash brown waffles are topped with bacon, tomatoes, cheese and a poached egg. I served it with some beans and syn free coleslaw as well. 

Why not mix it up and try out different toppings? They make the perfect breakfast base!


Serves 2

Extra Easy Syn Value: Syn Free

Healthy Extras: None

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You will need:
2 large potatoes
1 tsp minced garlic
pinch salt & pepper
1 tsp smoked paprika
1 egg lightly beaten
4 Bacon medallions
2 Eggs, for poaching
40g extra light cheese per person
Chopped cherry tomatoes

Method:

Preheat waffle iron as per manufacturer's instructions.

Peel the potatoes and grate until they are all shredded. Place the shredded potatoes in a tea towel, then wrap the tea towel around. Squeeze out all the excess moisture in the potatoes over the sink through the tea towel.

Transfer to a bowl and add the 1 beaten egg,salt, pepper, garlic and smoked paprika and mix well.  Divide the mixture into 2, then place 1 half in the waffle iron.  Cook for approx 8 mins, until crispy and golden.

Meanwhile, chop the bacon into slices and fry off in a pan sprayed with frylight. Poach the eggs just before serving.  Check out my Youtube video to find out how to perfectly poach eggs every time!

Top the hash brown waffles with the bacon, eggs, tomatoes and cheese!

L x

Notes- 

Syn calculations are all carried out as a paying Slimming World member. I am not a consultant!  It is always recommended to check syn values yourself. 

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Slimming World Friendly Baked Oats Recipe


One thing that really helps me survive Slimming World, is to set myself up with a hearty breakfast. I usually use my healthy extra so that I can have some form of oats in the morning, whether that's in overnight form or baked. 

This is a super basic baked oats recipe, and you can really experiment with different syn free flavours. Serve it with plenty of fruit to make it extra filling! I love serving it with banana and custard flavour Muller Light as it is like eating a yummy sponge and proper custard, but without the syns!


Extra Easy Syn Value: Syn Free

Healthy Extras: B

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You will need:

40g of porridge oats
1 large egg
½ tsp of vanilla extract
½ tsp of baking powder
1 Vanilla Muller light
1 tbsp Sweetener

Fresh strawberries, raspberries, blueberries and a custard muller light to serve.

Method:

Preheat oven to 200c

Spray foil container with fry light.

Add all the ingredients, and mix together combine.

Bake in the oven for 30  mins until golden.

Add the fruit to serve

L x


Notes- 

Syn calculations are all carried out as a paying Slimming World member. I am not a consultant!  It is always recommended to check syn values yourself. 

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Syn Free Lamb Doner Kebab, with Lo-Dough



I am obsessed with watching Sunday Brunch every week. If you don't watch, how do you even know it's a Sunday? One of my favourite chefs was on there the other week, Tom Kerridge. He's a super slimmer himself, shedding ofer 12 stone!

He was on there to show off one of his healthy recipes, and I noticed it was also low syn on Slimming World, so had to give it a go myself. I was also recently sent an exciting new product to try, Lo-Dough bread.





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Lo-Dough claims to be different because it's not a wrap and it's not a slice of bread. It’s a bread alternative with 50-70% less calories than most traditional bakery products, and it's also low syn. It can be used as a tortilla style flat bread, a soft sandwich thin, naan bread, pizza bases, and I know it would be perfect for his kebab!

They were delicious, and the best low syn alternative I have found! Only 39 calories a slice means it's only 2 syns. It's super light and fluffy and very versatile. 


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The Kebab Recipe is available here from Tom Kerridge

L x



Notes- 

Syn calculations are all carried out as a paying Slimming World member. I am not a consultant!  It is always recommended to check syn values yourself. 

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Slimming World Friendly Chinese Fakeaway: Chicken Balls, Chips, Egg Fried Rice & Curry Sauce


I love nothing more than a cheeky Chinese at the weekend! Unfortunately, the things I like are pretty high in syns. It's pretty impossible to make syn free sweet and sour chicken balls, so I made my own SW version.  They are breaded using wholemeal bread, so 40g of breadcrumbs can be used as your healthy extra.

I got the authentic foil tins rom poundland, and use them all the time for leftovers and lunches. Using them to serve my Chinese made me believe I was having the real thing! The curry sauce came out much better than I expected, I think I preferred it to the real deal!

Slimming World Friendly Chinese Fakeaway: Chicken Balls, Chips, Egg Fried Rice & Curry Sauce

This serving was between 2 of us, and I served it with extra salad to get some more speed food in! I used Mccains 5% chips and cooked them in the actifry, and they're 2 syns per 100g. I've added a syn free chip recipe below. 


Extra Easy Syn Value: Syn free

Healthy Extras: B

Don't forget to serve with extra speed food! 

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You will need:


For the curry sauce:

Low calorie cooking spray
1 onion, peeled and finely chopped
2 garlic cloves, peeled and crushed
1cm piece root ginger, peeled and finely grated
1 tbsp curry powder
1 carton passata
60ml vegetable stock
2 tbsp sweetener

50g fat free natural fromage frais

For the chicken balls:

2 large chicken breasts, cut into small chunks
4 slices of 400g wholemeal bread 
1 teaspoon pepper
1 teaspoons salt
1 teaspoon garlic powder
small pinch chinese five spice

1 egg, whisked

For the Rice:

Low calorie cooking spray
350g cooked and cooled long-grain rice
200g frozen peas
Salt and freshly ground black pepper
2 large eggs lightly beaten
3 tbsp light soy sauce
1 clove garlic, finely chopped
400g fresh bean sprouts, rinsed
6 spring onions, very finely sliced

6 mushrooms, sliced



Method:

First prepare the chicken balls. Blitz the bread until it's all fine breadcrumbs in a blender.  Place in a bowl and add the salt, pepper and five spice. Mix until blended together to create your coating.

Put the whisked egg in a bowl. The chicken needs to be dipped in the egg and then to the breadcrumb mixture and repeated to get an even coating.

Bake the chicken in the oven for 20-25 mins on a medium heat, until cooked through.  Cut one of the thickest bits to make sure it is cooked in the middle.

Meanwhile prepare the curry Sauce.

Spray a pan with low calorie cooking spray and place over a medium heat. Add the onion and garlic and cook until soft. Add the ginger and cook for 1-2 minutes, then add the curry powder and cook for a further 1-2 minutes.

Add the passata, stock and sweetener and bring to the boil. Reduce the heat and simmer for 12-15 minutes.

Transfer the sauce to a food processor and blend until smooth. Return to the pan, add the fromage frais, coriander and gently heat through before serving (do not boil or the fromage frais will curdle).

For the rice, spray a wok or large frying pan with low calorie cooking spray and place on a high heat. Add the cooked rice and stir-fry for about 3 minutes.

Add the peas and stir-fry for about 5 minutes and season well. Add the beaten eggs and stir-fry for another minute.

Stir in the soy sauce, bean sprouts, mushrooms and most of the spring onion and cook for 2 minutes or until the eggs have set.

L x

Notes- 

Syn calculations are all carried out as a paying Slimming World member. I am not a consultant!  It is always recommended to check syn values yourself. 

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Slimming World Recipe: Syn Free Chinese Chicken Curry


I love a Chinese takeaway, but I love creating my own Chinese Fakeaways even more! After creating a yummy curry sauce for my last Chinese Fakeaway, I gave a traditional Chinese chicken curry a go. Check out my last fakeaway for the rice.

Chinese Chicken Curry slimming world

Extra East Syn Value: Syn Free

Healthy Extras: None

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You will need:


2 large skinless chicken breasts, diced
Low calorie cooking spray
1 onion, peeled and finely chopped
2 garlic cloves, peeled and crushed
1/2 tsp pureed ginger
1 carton passata
1 tsp Chinese Five Spice
2 tbsp sweetener
100g frozen mixed veg
500ml boiling chicken stock
1 level tsp cornflour, mixed with 2 tsp cold water
½ tsp turmeric
2 star anise
2 tsp mild curry powder

Rice Recipe available here 

Method:

Spray a saucepan with low calorie cooking spray and place over a medium heat. Add the onion and garlic and cook until soft. Add the ginger and cook for 1-2 minutes, then add the curry powder and rest of the spices, then cook for a further 1-2 minutes.

Add the stock and sweetener and bring to the boil. Transfer the sauce to a food processor and blend until smooth. Return to the pan, add the coriander, veg and diced chicken breasts.

Simmer on low for 15 minutes, stirring occasionally. After 15 minutes, remove a piece of chicken and check to make sure it is cooked all the way through before serving. 

Add cornflour mixed with water to thicken. 

L x

Notes- 

Syn calculations are all carried out as a paying Slimming World member. I am not a consultant!  It is always recommended to check syn values yourself. 

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A Calm Home with Acoustic Sound Proofing

We have surrounded ourself with so many electronic devises. It is quite impossible to think our life without any gadgets around. It is our basic necessity. Along with their handling, we are dealing with so many adverse effects, which in turn create anxiety and stress in our life. We try hard to keep yourself cool and calm. In result, many of us take a vacation now and then and at times want to leave our jobs and move to island shores, or somewhere close to nature where there will be a pleasant environment and no disturbing, harsh sound. But at the end, it's not possible to completely isolate yourself from the urban world. So, let us turn our home into a place where we can find peace and live a blissful life. But while designing the interior for new houses, or renovating our space; one of the biggest mistakes many make is underestimating the importance of acoustic. And to avoid the problem we have a perfect solution for you, change your home using Acoustic Soundproofing to achieve a perfect calm stay. The invention and use of acoustic in home decor is the perfect blend of a science of acoustics and the art of aesthetics to create a comfortable, calm, acclaimed, best environment.

Acoustic Soundproofing means reducing resonance of the room by absorbing sound. It not only  reduces outside sound but also improve sound inside the room. Soundproofing is any means of  educing the sound pressure Acoustic quieting and noise control can be used to limit unwanted noise, two distinct soundproofing problems may need to be considered when designing Acoustic treatments to improve the sound within a room and reduce sound leakage. The sound waves travel in the air and then strike this wall or ceiling panels, which reduces noise, increasing friction that is present in the pores or fibres. You can soundproof your study which helps you to provide a better environment
for kids or yourself which helps to perform better. It will decrease noise and distractions, which leads to increase the productivity and efficiency.

Earlier acoustic soundproofing was used only in recording studios, bars and banquet halls but nowadays residential soundproofing is in desire. In modern designing, we have open halls, which create a sense of spaciousness. An open kitchen is mended with living area. Our kitchens are as well modernised and fully equipped, and we have home theatres, play station, etc. The sound is everywhere, but it is not the cause of our fatigue or frazzled life. Its noise, noise has become a part of our daily life and the result in anger and displeased. It can affect our sleep, add stress in life, contravene on our privacy.

Unsurprisingly the demand to get relief from traffic noise is concentrated mostly in the suburbs. Regardless of whether you are looking to keep out annoying noises of neighbourhood or musicians looking to enhance the acoustics in their home, there are some effective ways in which you can soundproof any room in your home. There are two ways to solve this problem either you can stop using this modern equipment or use soundproofing walls and ceilings, which will not only give you privacy but also improve quality of life. By acoustic wall panels and soundproofing, you will gain peace and calm in your home. Soundproof wall panels and acoustic wall covering are surprisingly easy to install at your place. Not only are they affordable but also they are versatile. The basic soundproofing actions are blocked, absorb, damper and decouple the noise are same

We can soundproof any area of a room whether it is a wall, a ceiling, a floor, a door or even a window. These small changes will not only solve the problem of infuriating noise but also help you to achieve silence. After a hectic day, we get exhausted by the time we reach home. Home is a place where you can get peace. Suppose your place is in the heart f the city, you cannot help but be burdened by the noises from the streets that never seem to cease. If you have home theatre it will add noise because of noises, inside and outside, we hardly get any peace, after using acoustic panels you can attain a positive aura and rejuvenate, by next morning you are again ready to face new challenges with an energetic spirit. The soundproofing in the room helps the adults against the music played by the teenagers. Those living near busy highways and flyovers are literally tortured by unwanted noise. Every family has kids and no one wants their kids to be scolded for their playtime activities. So your kid's rooms can be soundproofed which allow them to do what they desire. They feel free to do  anything, singing or dancing and so on.

By acoustic wall panels and soundproofing, you will gain peace and calmness. Soundproofing is to be effective, the key here is to make sure that all cavities must be filled with soundproofing insulation so that the room is fully acoustic. One of the effective ways to make your home more appealing is by adding acoustic panels and acoustic soundproofing. These acoustic wall panels, an acoustic ceiling are a great investment in your home. It not only provides you privacy and quality time with family but also enhances the value of your home. Sound Proofing can be advantageous in a lot of ways. Soundproofing will increase your home’s energy and vitality required for sustaining. We can at least give a thought of acoustic panels and soundproofing as its results are very effective but if you are planning a new home, you can save yourself from annoying and unwanted noise at the sage of construction. This will not lead to a better home but it is also great value for money. Above all your home is a place where you should find your mind relaxed, calm and enjoy with your loved ones and not disturbed by unwanted noise. And acoustic soundproofing can help make that dream, a reality.

Foodie Valentine's Gifts

Guylian Chocolates 


Whilst the unique marbled shapes and delectable roasted hazelnut praline flavour of Guylian Belgian chocolates may be internationally recognised, what many may not realise is that the Guylian brand actually started with a love story. The tale of romance began in 1958 when lovers Guy and Liliane combined their delicious praline recipe and delicate shapes to create the seashells that we now know and love.

What better way to show your special one that you care than with a box of chocolates that were created with love? With a selection of 22 pieces of Guylian’s classic Sea Shells you are sure to win the object of your affections over on Valentine’s Day, £6.75. The 42g box (RSP £1.00), which contains four praline filled hearts, is the ideal love token, whilst the 105g heart shaped box (RSP £3.99) makes an even more eye-catching Valentine’s Day gift.

 Wyke Farms Heart Shaped Cheddar 


Strawberries and chocolate: Roughly break up the chocolate and place into a microwavable bowl. Place the bowl into a microwave and gradually warm, making sure to check every 10 seconds, giving a stir to check. Once you are happy that the chocolate is melted through, get your strawberries and gently dip. Place each dipped strawberry onto a tray/plate. Refrigerate until the chocolate is set. Sorted!

This delicious vintage cheddar is crafted in the heart of Somerset with love. Matured for over 15 months for a smooth, yet silky texture, with a slight crunch, always the sign of a well-aged Cheddar. A rounded flavour, balancing sweet notes, with creaminess and nuttiness thrown in for good measure, its complexity should build in your mouth like a fine wine.

Perfect enjoyed on its own or on a cheeseboard with some delicious extras. Remember, opposites attract so you can get creative here!

Not sure where to start with your cheeseboard this Valentine’s Day? Don’t worry, here are some quick ideas that require very little prep but still have a wow factor!

Figs and Honey:  Preheat your oven to 180 degrees. Get 8 ripe figs, your favourite honey and some butter. Halve your figs and place onto a parchment lined baking tray. Put a small knob of butter onto each half then drizzle with a teaspoon of honey. Place in the preheated oven for 15 minutes or until soft and gooey.

Olives make a great partner for cheese and lots of them. Just dot them artfully around the board, simple and the perfect complement to our cheese!

Elderflower Prosecco:  Pour 10ml of elderflower cordial into a champagne flute fill to the top with chilled Prosecco. Dress to impress by placing a fresh raspberry on.

The Lakes Gin


This delicious gin and recipe from Lakes Distillery is perfect for some Valentines night cocktails!


You will need:

Glass/Ice:
Champagne glass, chilled

1 shot of The Lakes Gin
 2 shots of preferred English sparkling wine
 ½ shot of lemon juice
2 dashes of simple syrup

Method/strain:

Combine The Lakes Gin, Syrup and lemon juice in a
cocktail shaker filled with ice.
Shake vigorously and strain into an iced Champagne
glass
Top up with fizz
Stir gently
Garnish
Twist of lemon

 Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur 


 Chambord black raspberry liqueur is perfect for pimping up your prosecco! And now comes practically gift-wrapped with a beautiful ribbon bow

Aldi Alcohol Range 


·Chateau De Champteloup Crémant De Loire Rosé (£7.99, 75cl)

Available in stores and online from 4th February nationwide

Well-rounded and deliciously scented, this fruity fizz is a great alternative to champagne and can be enjoyed after sharing an indulgent Valentine’s Day dessert.

 Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut NV (See price in-store, 75cl)

Available in stores and online now

A bestseller and highly acclaimed award-winning wine from the Champagne house Philizot & Fils, this fizz is blended from a complex and elegant mix of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes, before being carefully aged in cellars to create its unique and beautiful taste. A chilled glass of this fizz is ideal to celebrate precious memories with a loved one.

Exquisite Collection Crémant du Jura (£7.99, 75cl)

Available in stores and online nationwide now

This fantastically crisp and elegant wine is vinified the same way as Champagne, but in a different French region. Made exclusively from Chardonnay grapes, this wine has a sophisticated subtlety with stimulating fresh citrus notes and a lovely length. A glorious tipple for a romantic night in.

Giotti Spumante Rosé (£5.99, 75cl)

Available in stores and online from 4th February nationwide

With hints of red berry fruit and nuts, this elegant Italian sparkling wine is the perfect treat to spoil your loved one with this Valentine’s. It’s a versatile drink that can be enjoyed on its own or paired with Aldi’s Chocolate XOXO Box (£1.99)

Sous Chef Simple Sushi Making Kit




Simple Sushi Making Kit £13.95 - one for the sushi lover in your life. Everything you need to start making your very own sushi at home - just add your favourite filling.


Free 7 Day Slimming World Meal Plan 3




Here is a super simple Slimming World meal plan.  I lost 5lbs when following it! Remember to serve each dish with plenty of speed food, and check each day as there are some spaces for healthy extras.

The Steak Bakes    can be made ahead at the weekend!

You can download this as a spreadsheet here. It contains links to all the recipes and a table to keep track of your syn values.

Here is how to download it



Monday 

Breakfast

Fruit & Yoghurt
(Syn free)


Lunch

(Syn Free & Healthy Extra B)

Dinner

Syns for the day: 6 syns

Healthy Extras: B 

Don't forget your Healthy Extra A!

Tuesday 

Breakfast

Fruit & Yoghurt
(syn free)


Lunch


(Syn Free)

Dinner

BBQ Meatball Fries
(Syn Free, Healthy Extra A)

Syns for the day: 0 syns

Healthy Extras: A & B 

Wednesday


Breakfast

(Syn Free)


Lunch

Dinner

Sausage & Vegetable Bake
(Syn free, Healthy Extra B) 

Syns for the day: 0 syns

Healthy Extras:  B 

Don't forget Healthy Extra A!

Thursday 

Breakfast

(2 Syns & Healthy Extra B)


Lunch

Chicken Noodle Soup
(Syn free)

Dinner


Syns for the day: 0 syns

Healthy Extras: B 

Don't forget your Healthy Extra A!

Friday

Breakfast


(2 Syns)

Dinner

Meatball Marinara Topped Mac 'n Cheese
(6 Syns & healthy extra A)


Syns for the day: 8 syns

Healthy Extras: A

Don't forget your Healthy Extra B!

Saturday 


Breakfast

Full English
(Syn Free)

Lunch

Mushroom Pate on toast with salad
(Syn free, Healthy Extra B)


Dinner

(9 Syns )


Syns for the day: 9 syns

Healthy Extras: A & B 

Sunday 

Breakfast

(Syn free, healthy extra B)


Lunch

Dinner

(2 Syns)


Syns for the day: 2 syns

Healthy Extras: B 

Don't forget Healthy Extra A!



Did you know that I have a weight loss support group on Facebook!? It's a place to share meal ideas, meal plans, food pictures, success stories, and generally support each

other on our weight loss journeys!

Notes- 

Syn calculations are all carried out as a paying Slimming World member. I am not a consultant! It is always recommended to check syn values yourself.

All images and content on Sugar Pink Food is copyright protected. If you wish to share this recipe, then please do so by using the share options provided at the top and bottom of the posts.

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