With the promise of devouring a carb free bread substitute to dip in soup or make little sandwiches with, I knew from the moment I heard about cloud bread that I had to give it a go. I’ve made this lovely little treat a few times now as I wanted to perfect the recipe before I shared it with you all.
As a child Easter was always bursting with chocolate, treats and excitement. As an adult its all about the loooooong 4 day bank holiday weekend, catching up with family and friends at home in Newcastle and avoiding chocolatey stuff where ever possible.
One of my favourite accompaniments to any burger or BBQ recipe is a lovely creamy coleslaw. Not wanting to buy the high calorie supermarket version, I decided to create my own low calorie version which I have to say is absolutely delicious. My OH couldn’t really tell much of a difference between shop bought and this!
This is a really simple soup that I make time after time as it hardly takes any time but tastes amazing! I often make it on a Sunday night and because it does 4 portions it does my packed lunch for work alllll the way til Thursday!
My lovely auntie informed me of this amazing recipe from the Facebook page recipe binder yesterday and whilst I usually like to create or adapt recipes (as you will see from all my other posts haha) this one was rather delicious as it was. I only made a few of my own amendments and this was mostly during the cooking and portioning process.
It was so quick to make, so tasty and for so little points! My OH really didn’t believe that they were WW friendly. Make sure your oven is hot when you pop your bhajis in as you don’t want them to go soggy. To store pop into a box on top of some strong kitchen roll (to soak up any excess liquid created when cooling). According to the recipe builder 1 bjahi is 1sp, 2 bhajis is 1sp, 4 is 2sp and 8 is 4sp.