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    You could cook the oatmeal on the hob rather than my method, if preferred. You may also want to add a little sweetner/sugar, although I found the pineapple sweetened it enough. If following my cooking method use regular oats.

    Recipe #467322

    I'm currently foloowing a calorie controlled diet and was looking for some new ways to liven up my morning porridge. This was one of my experiments that turned out really well. You can cook the porridge on the hob if you prefer. You should use regular oats, not the quick cook type if following my cooking instructions. I found the almond flavouring in the bakery section of the supermarket.

    Recipe #467321

    These kebabs are amazingly tender, even though it uses skinless chicken breasts. I served them with recipe number 214504 (Greek rice pilaf, although I add a chicken stock cube to that), tzatziki, fried mushrooms and grilled pitta bread. The kebabs are low fat, but you would never know it!

    Recipe #436816

    I call this pizza shepherds pie because the first time I made it my husband said the cheese made it taste like pizza. The consistancy of the meat mixture should be thick, but not dry. 6 Weight Watchers points per serving if using the leanest minced beef available and low fat Mozerella.

    Recipe #400781

    I got this from Saturday Cooks. I haven't made it yet, but storing it here for safe keeping. Great for budget cooking too.

    Recipe #395501

    There are so many muffin recipes around, but this is my fave. You can use any chocolate chips you like but I use Cadbury's giant chocolate buttons cut in half. This recipe can easily be doubled, or multiplied by however many times you need. The veggie oil is just the cheap supermarket kind, and any kind of milk works just as well.

    Recipe #383831

    This makes a deliciously moist yet light sponge desert and is perfect served with pouring of double cream. A good alternative to apple pie. I make it without the cinnamon as my husband doesn't like the taste, and it is very good.

    Recipe #383336

    This pastitsio is guaranteed to remind me of holidays to Greece, it tastes so devine. Leftovers freeze well and should be defrosted before re-heating. I serve it with bread and a green salad. I use skimmed milk for the sauce, but any kind can be used.

    Recipe #383078

    My husband came up with the idea of having beef en croute with Marsala sauce, I came up with the recipe. You can use any steak you like. We actually bought a small piece of topside and cut it into steaks, also, with the size of steak, use as much or as little as you like, for your personal appetite. I served it with creamy mashed potato and carrots. I actually froze two of the parcels before cooking to have another day and these can be defrosted and re-heated as you like. You can easily make more or less of the sauce by halving or doubling the ingredients.

    Recipe #382923

    These are easy to make cupcakes which take no time at all. I don't own a mixer so nice and easy to make without one!

    Recipe #355371


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