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SP RECIPES!?!

Grunka Lunka

Full Member
S: 16st11lb C: 13st8.5lb G: 10st7lb BMI: 29.8 Loss: 3st2.5lb(18.94%)
My go-to SP day meals are:-

- Crustless vegetable quiche (loads of S vegetables mixed with fat free cottage cheese (P food), eggs (P food) and baked in the oven. I usually have it with some baked beans (P food) and S food salad. I don't usually add cheese to it but you could do if you wanted to include your HEA.
- Chilli (packed with S vegetables (carrots, peppers, onions, tomatoes etc.), mince (P food) and spices (all ok on SP days). I have this with some S food salad.
- Omelette - packed with onions, mushrooms, bacon (P food), peppers and any other S vegetables you like. Also nice with baked beans and salad and melt some cheese on it as your HEA.
- Chicken curry - I follow a SW recipe for this and just make sure I leave out any ingredients that aren't S or P foods. Instead of yogurt, quark is a good substitute and is a P food. Can have cauliflower rice with this as an S food rather than normal rice.
- Beef stew - beef (P food) with loads of S vegetables (I usually just stick to carrots, mushrooms and onions), stock (ok on SP days) and herbs. I thicken with a little cornflour (have to syn it but it's minimal) and I eat it with carrot and swede mash (both S foods) and some kind of green vegetable (usually broccoli or sprouts).

Hope this helps! :)
 

chubby bunny

Member
S: 15st4lb C: 13st12lb G: 12st0lb Loss: 1st6lb(9.35%)
My go-to SP day meals are:-

- Crustless vegetable quiche (loads of S vegetables mixed with fat free cottage cheese (P food), eggs (P food) and baked in the oven. I usually have it with some baked beans (P food) and S food salad. I don't usually add cheese to it but you could do if you wanted to include your HEA.
- Chilli (packed with S vegetables (carrots, peppers, onions, tomatoes etc.), mince (P food) and spices (all ok on SP days). I have this with some S food salad.
- Omelette - packed with onions, mushrooms, bacon (P food), peppers and any other S vegetables you like. Also nice with baked beans and salad and melt some cheese on it as your HEA.
- Chicken curry - I follow a SW recipe for this and just make sure I leave out any ingredients that aren't S or P foods. Instead of yogurt, quark is a good substitute and is a P food. Can have cauliflower rice with this as an S food rather than normal rice.
- Beef stew - beef (P food) with loads of S vegetables (I usually just stick to carrots, mushrooms and onions), stock (ok on SP days) and herbs. I thicken with a little cornflour (have to syn it but it's minimal) and I eat it with carrot and swede mash (both S foods) and some kind of green vegetable (usually broccoli or sprouts).

Hope this helps! :)


Thank you so much!!
 




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