Someone suggested I keep a food diary here. So here I am. I always follow Green, as I'm vegetarian, but I'll try to remember to colour my diaries in green as well. Yesterday (20.11.12) 2 Weetabix (HEB1) with 100ml skimmed milk (part of HEA1) Tomato and Herb Mugshot (free) Apple (free) Grapes (free) Baked bean lasagne (recipe below) (free, had a little low fat cheddar as HEB2) Strawberries (free) 5 cups of tea (free) with skimmed milk (part of HEA1) 20g veggie gummy bears (3 syns) Muller Light strawberry (free) I won't be having the Muller Light again as I noticed it contains gelatine. However, The Joker and I just got back from Asda laden with syn-free vegetarian yoghurts. Here's the recipe, think I found it on here and adapted it a bit. Baked Bean Lasagne Dried lasagne sheets 2 tins baked beans 1 tin chopped tomatoes 1 large onion 1 courgette 1 carrot 1 red pepper 3 tsp Very Lazy garlic 2 tsp vegetarian Worcestershire sauce (I use Biona, from my local health shop) 1 tsp smoked paprika 1 tsp mixed herbs Fry Light 100g low fat cheddar 1. Preheat the oven to 200°C. 2. Finely chop the onion, pepper and courgette, and grate the carrot. 3. Spray a saucepan with Fry Light and fry the onion, pepper, garlic and courgette until soft. Add the carrot and cook for another minute. 4. Add the baked beans, chopped tomatoes, paprika, Worcestershire sauce and mixed herbs. Stir well and cook for another five minutes or so. 5. Layer the bean mixture and dry lasagne sheets in a rectangular pan. Top with the cheddar. 6. Bake for 20-25 minutes until it's all bubbly and delicious. 7. Try not to burn your mouth as you shovel it into your gob. Serves 4. Free on Green, as long as you count the cheddar as a Healthy Extra. This could be made vegan if you substituted the cheddar for vegan cheese. The Joker is not a vegetarian but he went back for THIRDS!