chicken breast with oil. Bake for 35-40 minutes.Try Art Smith's steel-cut oatmeal risotto or find out how he shed stones without giving up comfort food.The SkinnyCalories 323Carbs 27gFat 7gProtein 39g
over the pasta and spread evenly in the dish. Top with parmesan and breadcrumbs. Bake for 20 minutes.The SkinnyCalories 420Fat 15gCarbs 57gProtein 20gThe HealthySwap white pasta and breadcrumbs for brown varieties to lower your risk of developing
The chef: Runner Rocco Dispirito also enjoys the challenge of triathlons. ‘I’m a person of extremes and it sounds like a sport that was invented on a dare,’ says the half-Ironman and author of Now Eat This! 100 Quick Calorie Cuts (£9.89, Grand
The chef: Pam AndersonActive ingredients: Despite harbouring less than 200kcal and a slender six grams of fat, this pudding provides you with a hit of muscle-repairing protein (from the chocolate milk). Plus there’s bone-boosting calcium and, via the cinnamon, antioxidants that ...
Want the deep flavour of cheesecake for a fraction of the calories and far less fat? Whip up a batch of these fluffy lemon-ricotta squares. "They are delicious still warm with a touch of cream and a few raspberries," says cook Cathy Rogers
Put old jack-o-lanterns to good use with this colourful curry: rich in carbs but low in calories. Carnivores can bulk the recipe up by adding 200g diced chicken.Serves 2-4Preparation time: 45 minutes1 tbsp sunflower oil1 onion, chopped3
shredded coconut4 tbsp plain yogurt1 tbsp almond butter50g rolled oats (quick cooking)1 tbsp honey250ml water1/4 tsp salt Combine ingredients in a blender and process until smooth.The SkinnyCalories (per serving) 295Fat 9gCarbs 52g Protein 7gFibre 6g
and pepper and then serve, sprinkled with parsley.The SkinnyCalories 217Fat 5gCarbs 38g Protein 9g
with freshly cooked vegetables and a gravy of your choice.The SkinnyPer servingCalories 279Fat 17.1gCarbs 10.3gProtein 21.7gMany thanks to britishturkey.co.uk for supplying this image and recipe.
For the comforting flavours of apple pie - but without the stratospheric calorie count - try this healthy dessert. You can usually find pink peppercorns with the other spices in major supermarkets, but if you can't get hold of them, simply grind a
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