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  • Baked egg custard

    This easy baked egg custard recipe is a classic dessert that everyone will love. With a smooth texture, this basic custard recipe is a delicious mood-booster. It's really easy to make this baked egg custard recipe and you only need five ingredients, so it turns out to be a cheap recipe to make too. Preparing this dish is so simple and it only takes 10 minutes, so you wonít have to spend that long in the kitchen. Then all you have to do is leave it in the oven for 1hr to bake, when you can go off and finish your main course if youíre preparing a big dinner for family or friends, or simply carry on with your day. This dessert is a simple treat and you can make it low fat too if youíre watching your diet Ė all you have to do is use alternatives like skimmed milk, which will also save you some calories. This custard recipe is a real family winner that you'll want to make time and time again because itís so easy. This custard recipe serves 2 people, so we'd recommend doubling the ingredients if feeding more than 2 people Ė itís better to have leftovers! Serve with a side of stewed or tinned fruit for dessert Ė itís the perfect combination. During warm weather, summer fruits like berries go really well with this baked egg custard, but you can also go for stewed pears, apples or even rhubarb during colder months for a delicious winter-warmer.

    • 4
    (147 ratings)
  • Weight Watchers blueberry cookies

    If youíre looking for an afternoon snack or something to satiate that sweet tooth this week but donít want anything too bad for you, give these Weight Watchers cookies a go Ė perfect for a guilt-free snack with your afternoon cup of tea. The recipe uses fresh blueberries, which are dubbed a superfood thanks to their high content of vitamin C, folate and potassium as well as dietary fibre. These American style cookies from Weight Watchers will be a hit with the kids, and at just 83 calories each, you can enjoy them without a hint of guilt. Whatís more, they only take just over half an hour to prep and bake, so itís a really quick way to get your treat fix sorted.

    • 3
    (17 ratings)
  • Apple and raspberry cake

    This deliciously fruity cake makes a fabulous dessert with custard or ice-cream - or a great teatime treat with a cuppa. This recipe is suitable for diabetics

    • 3
    (29 ratings)
  • Antony Worrall Thompson's spiced cod and beans

    A healthy, low-fat, Spanish-style fish recipe with juicy cod and chorizo-infused beans that's perfect for Diabetics.

    • 3
    (28 ratings)
  • Harry Eastwood's honey breakfast fruit cake

    This guilt-free fruit cake with no added butter or oil, contains healthy ingredients like honey, nuts and butternut squash, which make it really sticky and sweet - delicious!

    • 4
    (24 ratings)
  • Prawn and vegetable tempura

    These light, crispy and more-ish Japanese-inspired appetisers are great as party nibbles or served as a starter.

    • 3
    (9 ratings)
  • Chocolate and sultana brownies

    These little treats are simply divine

    • 3
    (21 ratings)

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