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Please Note: Unless otherwise stated – all recipes are on Blue Plan

Salmon Filoettes With Sprig Of Dill

Salmon Filoettes With Sprig Of Dill

Salmon Filoettes With Sprig Of Dill 1 packet of Filoette pastry cases (available at IGA)1 tub Philadelphia Smoked Salmon Cream Cheese15 Sprigs of Dill tips Fill a piping bag with the smoked salmon cream cheese, and pipe mixture into the filo pastriesTop each one with...

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Muffins – Chocolate & Banana

Muffins – Chocolate & Banana

Muffins - Chocolate & Banana 1 pouch of proteinbreadco muffin mix300 gms mashed banana (Aprox 4)4 eggs50 gms raw cacao powder200 ml @almondbreezeaus unsweetened vanilla almond milk25 gms Coles simply less reduced fat Choc (no added sugar) Mash bananas, add eggs,...

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Muffins – Hot Cross

Muffins – Hot Cross

Muffins - Hot Cross Muffins2 medium eggs1 cup light coconut milk (TCC brand or Ayam light)1/2 cup fresh orange juiceZest of a large orange2 cups almond meal1 tsp gluten free baking powder1 tsp cinnamon1/2 tsp allspice1/4 tsp nutmeg1/8 tsp ground cloves1/2 cup medjool...

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Quinoa Cups

Quinoa Cups

Quinoa Cups 3 cups cooked tricolour quinoa4 eggs100 gms Hans ww endorsed bacon1 cup raw spinach leaves125 gms raw grated pumpkin2 tsp mixed herbs or fresh100 gms low fat Feta cheeseSalt & Pepper Dice bacon, chop spinach & crumble Fetaplace into a bowl and add...

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Sausage Rolls – Pork Apple & Thyme

Sausage Rolls – Pork Apple & Thyme

Sausage Rolls - Pork Apple & Thyme 500 gms heart smart pork mince3 apples grated1 slice of hi fiber white bread (mines from brumby’ bakery (made into crumbs)6 sheets filo pastry1 egg1/2 onion diced finelyFresh thyme (salt, pepper)2 tbls sesame seeds (distributed...

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Anzac Biscuit

Anzac Biscuit

Anzac Biscuit 1 cup sifted plain flour1 cup rolled oats1/3 cup brown sugar1/3 cup coconut100 gms butter2 Tbls golden syrup1 Tbls water1/2 tsp bi carb soda Sift flour to a bowl, add all dry ingredients excluding bi carb soda.To a saucepan add butter and melt, pour in...

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Anna Van Dyken

WW turned my life around. I lost 70 kilograms – that’s an entire person, and half my body weight. I used to be the size of two people, and now I am just one . . .

When I walked into my local WW meeting one Saturday morning in 2012, I weighed almost 143 kilograms. For years I had been eating for emotional comfort, rather than nourishment.

After my beloved sister, Christina, died from a rare type of bone cancer – the same year my son, Ethan, was born – I had turned to food, no longer caring about myself or my health. This is when my weight got completely out of control. I knew I had to change the unhealthy habits that had become part of my daily life, and I left that first WW meeting armed with the knowledge and tools I needed to bring about change, including cookbooks, measuring spoons and kitchen scales.

I already knew how to cook: a happy childhood spent kneading pasta and baking delicious cakes alongside my beautiful Nonna had blessed me with a love of good ingredients and sharing meals. I just needed to learn a different way of cooking; to make it healthy and nourishing, as well as delicious.

 

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I was – and still am – so lucky to have the unwavering support of Rodney, my husband, and Ethan (the light of my life). Initially overwhelmed by the task that lay ahead, I sobbed in Rodney’s arms one night.

He then said the wise words that completely changed my attitude to my weight-loss journey: ‘You can’t change everything at once, Anna. You need to do things little by little.’

I decided to change one habit at a time and aim for achievable 5 kilogram goals. And it worked.

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For the people worried about the QR Code scanning of my new book and no SP. Please rest assured it is easy and makes YOUR life so simple.

  • Scan the QR Code on your phone
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If you want, write in pencil the SP in your book – but please remember – PENCIL – WW is forever changing – updating – keeping abreast of everything new and innovative. This book moves with the times!