Chicken allowance with paprika, chilli powder and chilli flakes all mixed together 1 spring onion shredded, quarter of a green pepper All fried in a little water Served in 3 baby gem lettuce leaves And my version of

162 calories/4.0g fat per portionWhat makes these chicken pittas so low in calories? Well, the low-fat natural yogurt, wholemeal pittas and skinless chicken should do the trick! With only 162 calories per serving, they're a perfect lunch-box filler and packed with crisp lettuce leaves and juicy cherry tomatoes - which will count towards your 5-a-day.Get the recipe: Chicken pittas

Chicken pittas - Lunch under 200 calories

162 fat per portionWhat makes these chicken pittas so low in calories? Well, the low-fat natural yogurt, wholemeal pittas and skinless chicken should do the trick! With only 162 calories per serving, they're a perfect lunch-box filler and pa

Chicken Enchiladas. Spice up your meal time tonight with this healthy take on a Mexican classic suitable for your weight-loss journey, a dish the whole family can enjoy. Shake It Up by Cambridge Weight Plan

Welcome to my frugal family meals: minced pork cannelloni recipe. So just because this month is all about the budget family meals

Chilli pork burgers with stir-fried cabbage recipe. Who said healthy eating had to be boring? These amazing burgers are 200 calories per portion so suitable for those on Step 2. By Shake It Up, Cambridge Weight Plan Blog

This week’s recipe is sure to spice up your life! These amazing Thai flavoured burgers are 200 calories per portion so suitable for those on Step

CAMBRIDGE STYLE BREAKFAST I made them using 120g chicken (minced) and added some black pepper, sage and thyme. Mix it all up, split into 2 sausage shapes and leave in the fridge (in cling film) for at least 15 mins to let the meat settle, then just oven cooked for 15 mins at 190 and then I light fried them with the egg to brown them. Mushrooms lightly fried until done Enjoy xx

CAMBRIDGE STYLE BREAKFAST I made them using 120g chicken (minced) and added some black pepper, sage and thyme. Mix it all up, split into 2 sausage shapes and leave in the fridge (in cling film) for at least 15 mins to let the meat settle, then just oven cooked for 15 mins at 190 and then I light fried them with the egg to brown them. Mushrooms lightly fried until done Enjoy xx

Delicious curried chickpea burgers!

In this episode of Food For All food intolerance expert Pippa Kendrick shows you how to make spicy gluten free chickpea burgers.


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