A traditional Asian Salad is dressed with oil and sugar, my dressing is significantly lower in fat and calories. I’ve also used moderate portions of nuts and noodles to make this salad a much healthier version.
Who said salad is boring? Enjoy the fresh flavours of this salad and the added crunch from the toasted flaked almonds.
I adapted this fruit loaf from my Aunty Hazel’s recipe – hence the name. There’s no sugar added as there’s enough sweetness from the sultanas and currants.
My Baked Fruit Salad Cheesecake has quite a following and it’s so quick and easy to make. This is the 2019 version with updated ingredients.
Indulge in this guilt free dessert, my Baked Lime Cheesecake, from my More Cooking for 1 or 2 People cookbook.
Get your veggie hit with this new twist on the traditional Ratatouille – enjoy my Baked Ratatouille from MORE Cooking for 1 or 2 People.
A fabulously tasty way to have low fat baked vegetables. Great for preventing chronic diseases such as diabetes, heart disease and some types of cancers.
The fresh flavours of Thai cooking are a personal favourite of mine. My Balinese Chicken has all the delicious creamy taste without the high fats.
My Banana Bran Muffins are a clever way to enjoy a sweet treat, while including fibre to help you feel full until your next meal. Freeze extras into individual serves.
My delicious Banana Bran Raspberry Cake can also be made into muffins and is a great way to use up overripe bananas. It’s low in calories and fats and a good source of fibre.