Anna Van Dyken - Feed Me Healthy

Step into the world of Feed Me Healthy by Anna Van Dyken, where a warm welcome awaits you. As an author, WW Ambassador, and a cherished friend to many, I invite you to join me on a journey. Here, the essence of my website goes beyond the mere exploration of recipes and wellness – it’s an invitation into a lifestyle where we celebrate the joy of cooking, the principles of WW, and the pursuit of a healthier lifestyle.

Dive deeper into my website, and you’ll discover a treasure trove of insights, experiences, and, of course, delicious recipes. Each page is a canvas painted with the vibrant colors of culinary delights and the journey toward well-being. Whether you’re a seasoned home cook, a fellow WW enthusiast, or someone seeking a path to a healthier life, there’s a place for you here.

Follow along as I share my personal anecdotes, kitchen adventures, and the profound impact that WW and a wholesome lifestyle have had on my life. This isn’t just a website; it’s a space where we connect, inspire, and uplift one another in our shared pursuit of health and happiness.

So, whether you’re here for the recipes, the WW insights, or simply to be a part of a community that values well-being, consider yourself an integral part of Feed Me Healthy. Together, let’s savor the journey into a world where good food, and wellness.

Many of you are familiar with Sue & The ThermoCouple, but did you realize that she’s actively engaged in the WW program and is adapting my recipes here along with content from my two books? Additionally, she’s exploring and converting WW’s recipes to Thermomix. Visit her website, follow her on social media to stay informed about all things Coverting & Thermomix.

Muffins – Pumpkin Spiced Mini

Muffins – Pumpkin Spiced Mini

Muffins - Pumpkin Spiced Mini This was my pumpkin spice cake recipe made into mini muffins. 1 cup pumpkin purée (I made my own by steaming butternut pumpkin)3/4 cup unsweetened vanilla almond milk1 cup date paste *see note at the bottom*2 eggs1/2 tsp baking powder1...

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Balls – Chocolate Peanut Butter

Balls – Chocolate Peanut Butter

Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls 1 tsp coconut oil200 gms peanut butternatural 100% nuts (I got mine from the health food store, they make their own with nothing but nuts)Pinch of salt20 gms coconut flour40 gms pure maple syrup60 gms Lindt dessert premium dark chocolate...

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Dip – Smoked Eggplant

Dip – Smoked Eggplant

Smoked Eggplant Dip 4 Weight Watchers Smart Points For the whole Dip It’s hard to make Dip look pretty however the flavour of this is out of this world, and smoking the eggplant takes it to next level. If you don’t have a smoker, fear not, an oven or BBQ will do. 1...

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Muffins – Chocolate Peanut Butter

Muffins – Chocolate Peanut Butter

Muffins - Chocolate Peanut Butter 2 eggs8 fresh dates finely chopped1 tsp bi carb soda400 g tin Ardmona Pie ApplesPlease see note for variations40 gms @thenuttywhey Chocolate peanut butter powderPinch of saltPinch of cinnamon1/2 cup self raising flour Mix all...

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Bliss Balls – Lemon Pistachio Matcha

Bliss Balls – Lemon Pistachio Matcha

Bliss Balls - Lemon Pistachio Matcha 70 gms Pistachio75 gms Cashews12 Pitted Medjool Dates2 tsp Matcha Powder1 tsp Vanilla Bean Paste1 tbls Coconut Oil1 tbls Lemon Zest14 gms Desiccated CoconutPinch of Sea Salt14 gms Nestle milk or White or a mix ChocExtra 5 gms of...

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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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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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