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    • Slimming World maple-glazed chicken breasts

      Slimming World's maple-glazed chicken breasts with cheesy ham and leek stuffing

      Slimming World's maple-glazed chicken breasts with cheesy ham and leek stuffing are a delicious dinner choice. The irresistible filling in these chicken breasts makes them ideal for a low-cost and fuss-free main course. It will take around 1hr to whip up this delicious feast but with only 10 mins prep time, the oven does all of the hard work for you. The tender chicken breast glazed in a sticky sweet maple sauce and the cheesy ham and leek stuffing makes this recipe extra special. This recipe serves 4 people and is a great choice for the whole family to enjoy - even if you're the only one on the Slimming World plan.

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    • Joe Wicks and his magic trees

      Lean in 15 recipes: Joe Wicks' meal ideas

      From lunch and dinner ideas to delicious snack recipes, you'll love these healthy recipes...

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      (4 ratings)
    • slimming World tandoori lamb

      Slimming World tandoori lamb

      The spiced yogurt marinade gives these luscious lamb skewers a sensational flavour. It's traditional way to pack in loads of flavour while also tenderising the lamb for the tastiest results. This recipe serves them with refreshing kachumber salad too as the perfect accompaniment. This is best made at the last minute so the vegetables retain their bite to give the dish a really nice contrast in textures.

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      (2 ratings)
    • Slimming world prawn curry

      Slimming World chiang mai prawn and courgette curry

      With a long coastline and hundreds of tropical islands, itís no surprise that seafood is a big part of Thailandís cuisine. This simple puts chunky prawns with courgettes and coconut milk to create a curry with an unforgettable flavour. This Slimming World chiang mai prawn and courgette curry combines loads of rich, indulgent flavours while still keeping the calories down so it's perfect if you're trying to be good. The spice paste for the base is so simple to make, too. You can make it in bulk and freeze it to help make dinners midweek super speedy.

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    • Wholemeal pancakes

      Wholemeal pancakes

      Try our delicious healthy wholemeal pancakes recipe which is lower in fat than your usual pancake. Wholemeal foods keeps you fuller for longer - and by using semi-skimmed milk you can enjoy Pancake Day without feeling guilty. This recipe makes 8 regular sized pancakes and will take only 10 mins to cook up a batch. They're a great alternative to your regular pancake mix, especially if you're trying to be healthy. It takes only 3 ingredients to make these pancakes too which means they're so easy to make. Serve these pancakes with homemade compote and fresh berries to make them extra delicious.

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      (42 ratings)
    • Pumpkin and Sweet Potato soup alpro

      Pumpkin soup

      This warming, low-fat pumpkin soup recipe is perfect for Halloween and for Bonfire Night too served with breadstick 'broomsticks'. It's easy to make serving 4 people and taking only 20 mins to prep. This thick and creamy soup is a great way for using up leftover pumpkin in the winter months. Infused with onion and garlic, this flavoured-packed soup is a real winner. Serve with a crusty white loaf or healthy seeded bread rolls and enjoy. This recipe shows you how to make breadstick 'broomsticks' too which are a great side when serving for Halloween - the kids will love them.

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      (101 ratings)
    • Quick chickpea and sweet potato curry

      Quick chickpea and sweet potato curry

      This is a speedy and delicious curry, packed with sweet potatoes and earthy chickpeas. Adjust the spicing to suit your own tastes Ė and have a tasty meal in minutes! With tomatoes, coconut milk and warming chilli, this is a great meal to make when it's cold outside and you're in a rush. The sweet coconut milk balances the heat of the chilli, making this a curry everyone can enjoy. With chickpeas, sweet potatoes, peas and tomatoes, this is four of five a day in one bowl.

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      (19 ratings)
    • mighty meatzza

      Slimming World's Mighty Meatzza

      Canít choose between a burger and a pizza? With this brilliant recipe you can have both at once! Mighty Meatzza is a guilt-free treat, delicious eaten hot or cold and it is so versatile you can enjoy it for dinner, lunch or at a dinner part. The kids will definitely love it too, which means there's no need to make one meal for you and another one for the rest of the family. Using low fat meat mince keeps this recipe nice and lean and the topping ensures that it doesn't dry it out, making for a succulent and tasty meal.

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      (3 ratings)
    • fettuccine

      Slimming World's fettucine with tenderstem broccoli

      This recipe is a quick, simple but tasty way to turn store cupboard pasta into something delicious and so satisfying. The tenderstem broccoli is always a crowd pleaser as it has that crunch that normal broccoli sometimes lacks and looks so appealing on the plate. The sauce is simple but delicately pleasant on the tongue. You really can't go wrong with this Slimming World recipe. And there's no need to double up dishes if you're trying to watch what you eat, the kids will definitely love this recipe too (and won't even realise it's healthy)! If you fancy mixing it up a little bit then have a go at adding more veggies. They're mostly syn free and will give you a good boost of vitamins and minerals.

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      (2 ratings)
    • Slimming World chicken tarragon and lemon soup

      Slimming World's chicken, tarragon and lemon soup

      Slimming World's chicken, tarragon and lemon soup is so easy to make. As well as being perfect winter comfort food, Slimming World's chicken soup is a healthy option when it comes to both lunch and dinner. This delicious soup is bursting with flavours thanks to the tarragon and lemon, and the chicken pieces are soft and tender. It will take around 40 mins in total to make this soup - but it's well worth the wait! A batch of this soup serves around 4 people, can be stored in the fridge for up to 2 days and can even be frozen if you don't get around to eating it all in one go. Make sure you defrost thoroughly in the fridge before reheating until piping hot.

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    • Joe Wicks Body Coach Lean in 15 spiced prawns and potatoes

      Lean in 15 spiced prawns and potatoes

      Joe Wicks' spiced prawns and potatoes are ideal for after you've had a work out. This recipe is packed with carbs and protein to help maintain muscle and keep you feeling nice and full all evening. If you're feeding more than just yourself simply adjust the quantities accordingly and don't be put off by the use of the word 'spicy', this flavour comes from paprika and turmeric making it an ideal family meal, too. Joe says, "All hail the microwave Ė the king of quick carbs. It makes a Lean in 15 life so much easier. This dish is simple but satisfying."

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    • Joe Wicks Body Coach Lean in 15 chicken with hasbrowns

      Lean in 15 chicken with hash browns

      This delicious breakfast recipe would be just as good at lunch or dinner time. High in protein it's perfect for post-working out. Joe says, 'If youíve ever eaten breakfast in an American diner, youíll know they often have their own version of sautéed potatoes. This is the Body Coach version and Iím sure youíll be coming back for more.'

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    • Healthy chicken casserole

      Healthy chicken casserole

      Our healthy chicken casserole recipe is perfect for cold winter nights, made with plenty of veg and butter beans for a filling meal that's good for you too. The whole family is going to love this recipe, which is packed with nutrients but also something to look forward to. Serve on its own or with crusty bread. This recipe serves 4 people and will take 1hr and 45 mins to prepare and cook. It's the perfect Sunday dinner if you fancy a change from your usual roast dinner. This lighter option is guilt-free which is ideal if you're counting calories or just trying to be a bit healthier in the winter months. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. Make sure you reheat thoroughly before serving. This dish works wonders served with new potatoes and fresh greens to add towards your 5-a-day.

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      (79 ratings)
    • Lower-fat carbonara

      Lower-fat penne carbonara

      Our lower-fat healthy carbonara recipe is ideal if you're trying to be good or looking for a diet-friendly recipe but want to satisfy those hunger pangs. Packed with all the flavours, this recipe turns what's usually a high fat family favourite into a healthier option for everyone. This classic pasta recipe is made with a reduced fat cheese sauce and has a fabulous flavour! This recipes serves 4 people and will take around 25 mins to prepare and cook. Serve a portion of this delicious pasta dish with a side salad or toss through spinach leaves to add to your 5-a-day count. If you want to make this pasta recipe even healthier, swap the classic penne pasta for wholemeal or brown pasta instead. Leftovers can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. Reheat thoroughly before serving.

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      (72 ratings)
    • baked prawn parcels

      Slimming World's baked prawn parcels

      These clever Slimming World baked prawn parcels are filled with flavour and goodness and your friends and family will enjoy the fun of opening them at the table. They are so quick and easy to make for something so delicious, what's not to love! Shaving the courgette and asparagus is a great alternative way to enjoy the vegetables and add to the aesthetic and texture of the dish to give a great, fresh crunch. You can use this method for lots of other seafood too. If you prefer shellfish or salmon pop some in instead, just adjust the cooking times slightly to suit!

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    • Soya bean and pea soup

      Soya bean and pea soup

      Soya bean and pea soup is the perfect alternative to a traditional pea soup and doesn't use any dairy produce so can work for any vegan diners too. This hearty, healthy meal is made in minutes with only frozen peas, rocket, basil, stock and soya beans - cupboard staples that you can store for months. This soya bean pea soup is low-calorie but tastes deliciously full fat!

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      (21 ratings)
    • baked potato and pork chilli

      Pork chilli baked potatoes

      This spicy pork chilli with baked potatoes will keep you warm in a cold autumnal or winter evening. Cook the mince with some garlic, cumin and coriander, not forgetting the chilli powder for extra kick. Tinned mixed beans and tomato passata will complete the tasty set and guarantee a delicious meal. Jacket potatoes are the ultimate British comfort food, so put your slippers on, and for maximum easiness, get your spuds ready-baked from the store and just heat them up in a microwave. Top with sour cream and parsley, and enjoy in good company. For a tasty meat-free version, just use Quorn mince instead, as it works just as well.

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    • Homemade falafel recipe

      Homemade falafel

      Learn how to make falafel with our easy recipe. Traditional Middle-Eastern falafels are perfect served in a pitta with hummus and salad, and this healthy lunch option can be eaten hot or cold. This classic homemade falafel is a great way of using up leftover chickpeas. It's not as hard as you might think! This lunch time favourite will take around 25 mins to cook and 5 mins to prep. This recipe serves 4 people. Any leftover falafel can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days. You can serve falafel either hot or cold - the choice is yours! Serve with pitta bread, hummus and handfuls of fresh salad leaves.

      • 4
      (20 ratings)
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