A combination of having bought a juicer this weekend, and having a friend coming over tonight so I thought why stick with boring wine, when we could play at making cocktails?!So now I need some help! Fruity cocktail recipes please. Any ideas? Don
was pretty surprised to find butter--with all its saturated fat--in the recipe. I'd use a bit of soy spread instead and replace the honey with maple syrup. Or you could whisk ground flax seeds with cold water and use that (2 parts flax to 3 parts water
Okay DavidB just for youLets have your anti atkin recipesMine tonight was a turkey rasher and tomato toasted sandwich chip buttie-popcorn-rice pudding! Loads of basmati rice, two veggie burgers, and carrots and broccoli for me. And a glass
Welcome to the wonderful world of Nickos kitchen(take the pee and die).Today I am going to let you have one of my favourite recipes to tickle your fancy.________LEMON YOGHURT CAKE___________1 carton of yogurt(lemon if poss)2large eggssugarveg
spoonful of Nutella. Its LOVELY...A sprinkle of Coconut, that sounds good too. .Computer going doo-lally...... i also go the nutella route - no poncing about... there's only one recipe for porridge. oats + water, microwave for 1 minute, stir, eat. please
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- as you said b4, is only for a while :) Err no we aren't allowed a microwave as the air con (that isn't working) is too good (apparently!) and will spread the smells!What smoothies do you use/make?What cous cous recipes too? in a normal mixer I chuck in a
Hi all I have done a search for recipes and nutrition etc and can't find what I am looking for. My o/h is losing too much weight with the amount of training he is doing! I am stuffing him full of what I believe to be the right foods, but he
please share any of your own discoveries!!! The best nachos ever........Brown 1lb of good mince on a high temp in saucepan with some oli. Add an onion and spices (secret mix - find your own)Cook for 20+ mins on low heat.Spread nacho chips (whole bag) on a large baking tray spread...
(which includes lots of tomatoes) is a good bet for a long and healthy life.With our tasty recipe ideas you can combine stocking up on your nutrients with scrummy, moreish meals.
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