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A new approach

jools1986

Silver Member
#1
I was tempted to switch over to go lower but they charge stupid money for food I can make myself.

So, I have decided to make a load of ready meals for the freezer and some low carb soups all from atkins induction.

So any idea for freezer friendly dinners would be welcomed!!
 
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#2
cheeseburger pie!

i often freeze some of each days meal for taking to work, so really just the same as you are cooking now.

hope this tactic works for you, its a good idea.
 

missfortissimo

addicted to minimins
#3
Smart idea! I haven't got any recipes, but I'll be checking back in because... I love this idea. :D Good luck to you!
 

ladyfelsham

Clean green leafy machine
#4
I made a quick cheesburger pie yesterday - fried mince, added some chilli flakes, poured some single cream over, added grated cheese - all done in 10 mins :) Imagine it would freeze well.

Don't forget the recipe thread - loads of slow cooker recipes that would also freeze well.

I'm also about to post a tuna mornay recipe that I've modifed for low carb (so no pasta or flour) - haven't actually tried it yet, will do it tomorrow.
 

ladyfelsham

Clean green leafy machine
#6
Just posted, think it's 2.6 carbs the lot, will try tomorrow :)
 
#7
My daily meal planning has gone ratshit since I retired, still I'm not gaining, I suspect after all these years LC eating is ingrained in my psyche Jools :)
 

jools1986

Silver Member
#8
I am going shopping tomorrow and have recruited my sister in the big bake off and preparing 2 weeks worth of meals.

I will keep you posted :)
 
#12
OK. Here are the meals I have for the next 2 weeks, according to induction rules and based on go lower

Breakfasts: lizzis granola (not induction but 5g per serving and very close to the go lower breakfast) Day break bars for the days I miss my alarm and egg and bacon for the days I am off work

Lunches: Pea and pancetta soup, chicken and veg soup. Italian meats and salad and tuna salads

Dinners: chilli, lasagne (courgette instead of pasta), chicken curry, meat balls, keema curry, italian casserole and I am trying to find a recipe for beef casserole that is low carb

Snacks: SF jelly, atkins crackers w/cheese and ham, pork crunch

As much of this will be made in advance and all labelled with days so I have NO excuse to not stick to this. Almost the same principle as go lower but a fraction of the price.
 


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