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Discussion in 'Slimming World' started by laura1986, 24 July 2014 Social URL.

  1. laura1986

    laura1986 New Member

    Hi guys
    I need help , I am starting again from scratch with about 20lbs to loose ...
    I work a long day shift lead life and really need help getting through ... The only foods I hate are chicken and banana and fish ( I do like tuna ) but I need low syn snack ideas that I can eat on the go as I rarely get a break over 12 hours .... Any ideas support wood help and I'll happy support anyone along the way
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  3. Danni86

    Danni86 Gold Member

    I tried sweet corn fritters from the SW site the other day, found them a bit eggy so added some smash which improved them. X
  4. Clover89

    Clover89 Silver Member

    I take a chopped fruit salad like blueberries and strawberries, u can have 4 original ryvita as a healthy extra and could top it off with cheese triangle (I think its 4 light ones for a healthy extra), quick fruit like an apple. Or ready to go crudités like chopped carrot and cucumber. Hope that helps :)

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  5. Superfree Princess

    Superfree Princess Silver Member

    Sw quiches are great to make in advance or crudite. You could make falafel or curried dahl loaf.

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  6. jogirl

    jogirl Silver Member

    I often make the curried dahl loaf specifically to take to work over a couple of days. It's even better cold as it firms up more. And it's Free!
  7. LoveMyCat

    LoveMyCat Full Member

    Boiled eggs are a life saver and loads of fruit! Quiche is a really good one as well I'm totally on board with that one!
  8. TeePee

    TeePee Full Member

    This sounds right up my street, please can you point me in the direction of a recipe?
    Thanks :)
  9. jogirl

    jogirl Silver Member

    This is Pete's version from his recipe thread:
    Pete’s Chickpea Dahl (2014)
    Serves 4
    3 medium size eggs (ff)
    120g packet of Sainsbury’s Indian style curry savoury rice (ff)
    400g Aldi Chickpea Dahl (ff)
    S & P


    Cook the rice as per the packet instructions, drain in a sieve then allow to cool.
    Pre-heat the oven to 180C.
    Mix the rice with the chickpeas & eggs, season well.
    Tip the mixture in to a shallow tin tray, lined with greaseproof paper, cook for 25 mins then insert a skewer, if it comes out clean, it’s cooked, if not cook for a few minutes more.
    Lift the mix from the tin & allow to cool on a wire rack.

    Several supermarkets do a chickpea dahl, just check they are free (I use Tesco's). I also use just plain rice I cook myself, and sometimes I add chopped onion fried in Frylight as well. It's very versatile - play about with it to suit your tastes!
  10. TeePee

    TeePee Full Member

    Yum thanks jogirl
  11. jogirl

    jogirl Silver Member

    Forgot to add, if you use plain rice you will probably want to up the seasoning - curry powder, chilli, etc.

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