Delicious hot or cold!
A flavorful, satisfying broth-based soup or snack Why eat bouillon? This is so easy and tastes so incredibly good. The mushroom gives a meaty richness.
A FABULOUS summer dessert that is SO easy to make and looks impressive, as well as being fat free and low in calories!
This salad is deliciously filling and with only 200 calories per portion, it makes a fabulous meal for anyone following the 5:2 diet on a fast day; or, for any other diet that is low-calorie based.
Easy to prepare, these little salmon gratins are only 250 calories per serving and make a filling and tasty low-calorie meal for anyone on the 5:2 diet. Serve with 100g of steamed broccoli for an extra 35 calories, for a delicious meal under 300 calories.
This is a very simple recipe: the fresh vegetable flavours aren’t overwhelmed by seasonings, and the cream just makes it all a little smoother.
This works out at 150 calories per serving, while feeling like something special (at least to asparagus-lovers like me).
FastDay collects the best fasting recipes from the web and this recipe appears on Rachel Cotterill’s Blog. For full details on how to make this recipe, please visit her blog using the link below http://blog.rachelcotterill.com/2013/04/low-calorie-stir-fry-with-sesame.html
FastDay collects the best fasting recipes from the web and this recipe appears on Rachel Cotterill’s Blog. For full details on how to make this recipe, please visit her blog using the link below http://blog.rachelcotterill.com/2013/07/red-white-quinoa-bowl-300-calories.html
Served without the bread (or wine!) this salad comes in at about 400 calories per person. You can cut it down further, to about 320, by using low-fat halloumi.
This quantity of sauce is about 300 calories per person. Served with 75g of pasta per person, that’s a hearty meal for 420 calories.
A super healthy and frugal green soup made from broccoli, celery and potato. Only 111 calories per portion.
This luscious carrot soup is easy to make and only costs 31p per serving. A great way to use seasonal produce to feed your family.