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  • Spaghetti Bolognese recipe

    Slimming World's spaghetti Bolognese

    Slimming World spaghetti bolognese is low on calories but certainly not on flavour! Rich in flavour with tangy tomato sauce it will be your new go-to dish! This classic spaghetti Bolognese recipe is given a Slimming World twist. Slimming World's spaghetti Bolognese takes only 20 mins to cook and serves around 4 people. It's the perfect family meal you can make over and over again. This recipe shows you how to make a low-calorie Bolognese sauce from scratch using extra lean mince and plenty of vegetables too. This mouth-watering pasta dish is rich in flavour, with a tangy tomato sauce, infused with garlic and is best served with fresh pasta. Any leftover Bolognese can be frozen until needed. Leave to defrost in the fridge over night before reheating thoroughly to serve with fresh pasta.

    • 3
    (89 ratings)
  • Easy mushroom risotto

    Using our easy mushroom risotto recipe this dish will quickly become a mid-week family staple in no time. Risotto is much easier to make than you might think and doesn't have to use a lot of ingredients. All you need is the correct rice and a bit of patience! Risotto recipes are perfect for a filling winter warmer or as a side portion with a summer salad and plenty of fresh vegetables. The mushrooms and the peas in this recipe work wonders together. If you don't have any peas in the freezer you could use asparagus instead - it's a good choice especially when its in season. This classic risotto recipe works out at only 307 calories per serving and 2g of fat. This risotto recipe serves 4 people and will take around 45 mins to prepare and cook - it's well worth the wait!

    • 3
    (190 ratings)
  • pickled cucumber recipe

    Pickled cucumber

    Use up leftover cucumbers and make them into pickles to enjoy on their own or to add to your burgers, sandwiches and salads.

    • 3
    (57 ratings)
  • Rose and red berry jellies

    Rosé and red berry jellies

    Rosé and red berry jellies are summer in a glass! These grown-up jellies made with wine and juicy berries are a breeze to make, delicious and they're fat free too! They are the perfect way to finish off a barbecue, a picnic in the sun, or just as delicious enjoyed at home if the weather doesn't permit being outdoors! Make sure you've got something to distract the kids with, though, as they look super delicious but because of the rosé, they're an adults-only dessert!

    • 4
    (33 ratings)
  • Slimming World tomato soup

    Slimming World's low-fat tomato soup

    Slimming World's low-fat tomato soup recipe is a really easy and delicious soup that takes hardly any time to rustle up. This Slimming World tomato soup is ideal for lunch and can be made in batches too - perfect if you're trying to save time and money. This tasty soup is made with chopped tomatoes, infused with garlic and topped with a generous swirl of low-fat natural fromage frais. This Slimming World tomato soup saves 4 people and will take around 35 mins to make. Leftovers can be frozen and saved for future use. Leave to defrost in the fridge over night before reheating thoroughly. Serve with homemade crusty bread or garlic bread for a naughty treat.

    • 3
    (392 ratings)
  • Spring rolls

    Vegetable spring rolls

    If you're looking for a delicious spring roll recipe with loads of flavour then this easy step-by-step is perfect. Deep-fried spring rolls are usually dripping in fat so we've baked ours in the oven, to cut back on the calories without sacrificing any of the crunch. Using mango chutney might sound odd for the dipping sauce but it creates a really fab thick and sweet flavour, perfect for complimenting all the fresh veg. You can make these up ahead of time and bake just before serving for an easy but impressive Chinese starter to impress friends and family with.

    • 3
    (49 ratings)
  • Low-fat buffalo cauliflower bites

    If you’re a big fan of buffalo wings then you’re going to love this healthy alternative to the classic American snack. We’ve used cauliflower instead of chicken in this easy recipe and smothered it in Frank’s hot sauce to give that authentic flavour with hardly any of the calories (not to mention a 5 a day portion to tick off your list!). In fact we’ve managed to trim these delicious little morsels down to just 260 calories per serve so you can enjoy guilt free snacking whenever you fancy something naughty tasting!

    • 0
    (0 ratings)
  • Three-step carrot soup, Change4Life

    Low-fat carrot soup

    This low-fat carrot soup is so easy to make. Four simple ingredients and three easy steps to make this warming warming soup. Serve it with crusty wholemeal bread for a healthy lunch or starter. This recipe serves 4 people and will take around 40 mins to prepare and cook. A portion of this mouth-watering low-fat soup works out at only 103 calories per serving and 3g of fat per serving. It's a real winner if you're trying to be healthy and want to get 1 of your 5-a-day in one meal. Leftovers can be stored in the fridge for up to 3 days or in the freezer for up to 1 month.

    • 3
    (19 ratings)
  • Fat Free Green Tea Sultana

    Low-fat cupcakes

    If you're on a diet, enjoy a guilt-free cupcake with these delicious sultana cupcakes with a fresh-tasting green tea icing. They look great and taste great too – so it’s a great combination!

    • 3
    (281 ratings)
  • Butternut Squash Soup Rosemary Conley

    Rosemary Conley's butternut squash soup

    Rosemary Conley's butternut squash soup recipe is delicious, so easy to make and is the perfect winter warmer. Butternut squash, like its name, has a sweet rich buttery flavour, delicious in this thick, creamy Rosemary Conley soup recipe. This soup recipe serves 4 people and will take around 50 mins to prepare and cook. A portion of this soup works out at only 129 calories per serving - great, right? The lemon thyme and garlic in this recipe gives this soup a real boost of flavour and improves the flavour of the butternut squash too.

    • 4
    (71 ratings)
  • Quorn lunch bowl

    Quick Quorn lunch bowl

    This healthy low-fat bowl of Quorn, bean and spinach soup is made from frozen foods. Just as nutritious and tasty as using fresh foods and just as quick to prepare. This dish serves around 3-4 people and will take only 20 mins to rustle up making it the perfect option for a speedy lunch or light dinner. The Quorn in this recipe works wonders with the Thai infused stock as well as the veggies too. This dish works out at only 161 calories per serving and 2g of fat making it a low-fat option.

    • 3
    (18 ratings)
  • Blueberry cookies_Weight Watchers

    Weight Watchers blueberry cookies

    If you’re looking for an afternoon snack or something to satiate that sweet tooth this week but don’t want anything too bad for you, give these Weight Watchers cookies a go – 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. What’s more, they only take just over half an hour to prep and bake, so it’s a really quick way to get your treat fix sorted.

    • 3
    (17 ratings)

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