What to do with leftovers for a healthy brunch? Basically beat eggs as though youre making an omelette but oven bake it so it becomes more like a Spanish tortilla

What to do with leftovers for a healthy brunch? 
Basically beat eggs as though youre making an omelette but oven bake it so it becomes more like a Spanish tortilla.
I added sweet potatoes and courgette which i part fried in coconut oil.

Once cooked I kept in the fridge, taking slices out and grilling them with gruyere cheese on top till bubbling and crispy.

Served with wilted spinach.
Yum

I added sweet potatoes and courgette which i part fried in coconut oil.

Once cooked I kept in the fridge, taking slices out and grilling them with gruyere cheese on top till bubbling and crispy.

Served with wilted spinach.
Yum

Quick healthy scallops, chorizo and prawns recipe

Quick healthy scallops, chorizo and prawns recipe.

Pan fry scallops in a very hot pan with butter, olive oil or coconut oil. Sear or brown them very quickly so they don't become rubbery.
In a separate frying pan heat the chorizo and already cooked new potatoes until browned.
Lightly boil tenderstem broccoli and add the samphire at the last minute.
So quick and easy and yummy.

Pan fry scallops in a very hot pan with butter, olive oil or coconut oil. Sear or brown them very quickly so they don’t become rubbery.
In a separate frying pan heat the chorizo and already cooked new potatoes until browned.
Lightly boil tenderstem broccoli and add the samphire at the last minute.
So quick and easy and yummy.

My healthy low carb wheat free Thai fish curry

My  healthy low carb wheat free Thai fish curry.

The recipe and stages of preparation are in the sequence of photos.
Ingredients: 
Red mulllet or any other firm white flesh fish.
Ready cooked prawns
Chopped sweet potatoes
Spinach leaves
Chopped red chillies
Gluten free red Thai curry paste 
Chopped fresh ginger
Tin of full fat Coconut nut milk
Cpriander 
Turmeric

Oven bake or pan fry the fish in coconut oil so it remains firm and just cooked.
Oven bake the sweet potatoes in coconut oil until browned and nearly crispy.
Put into a oven proof serving dish as in picture #1, and add prawns and top with spinach leaves and chllies.
Gently simmer the mix of coconut milk, curry paste, ginger, spices all together for about 5 minutes and then pour over the ingredients in the serving dish.
Oven bake for a further 5-10 minutes
And serve with rice or rice noodles and maybe some tenderstem broccoli.
Healthy and yummy! 
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The recipe and stages of preparation are in the sequence of photos.
Ingredients:
Red mulllet or any other firm white flesh fish.
Ready cooked prawns
Chopped sweet potatoes
Spinach leaves
Chopped red chillies
Gluten free red Thai curry paste
Chopped fresh ginger
Tin of full fat Coconut nut milk
Cpriander
Turmeric

Oven bake or pan fry the fish in coconut oil so it remains firm and just cooked.
Oven bake the sweet potatoes in coconut oil until browned and nearly crispy.
Put into a oven proof serving dish as in picture #1, and add prawns and top with spinach leaves and chllies.
Gently simmer the mix of coconut milk, curry paste, ginger, spices all together for about 5 minutes and then pour over the ingredients in the serving dish.
Oven bake for a further 5-10 minutes
And serve with rice or rice noodles and maybe some tenderstem broccoli.
Healthy and yummy!
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Healthy breakfast today after my personal training session The tomatoes are homegrown from my garden

Healthy breakfast today after my personal training session 
The tomatoes are homegrown from my garden.
Served with 
Organic scrambled eggs cooked in salted organic butter with crispy pancetta (fried in olive oil) 
All good fats necessary for a successful and healthy weightloss regime
With smashed avocado and chopped red chilli.

Served with
Organic scrambled eggs cooked in salted organic butter with crispy pancetta (fried in olive oil)
All good fats necessary for a successful and healthy weightloss regime
With smashed avocado and chopped red chilli.

Saturday night home-cooked nearly wheat-free dinner party Pic 1 the table with first bottle of Minuty rose wine Pic 2 chilli and garlic oil prawn skewers on bed of mixed leaves with grated beetroot and carrot

Saturday night home-cooked nearly wheat-free dinner party 
Pic 1 
the table with first bottle of Minuty rose wine
Pic 2 
chilli and garlic oil prawn skewers on bed of mixed leaves with grated beetroot and carrot.
Pic 3 
seared crispy skin duck breasts roasted with honey, lime and ginger dressing with stir fried mix vegetables and rice noodles 
All wheat free and sugar free apart from the honey on the duck breasts
Pic 4
The pud!
Home grown rhubarb (baked in oven with coconut sugar) layered with double cream, coconut yoghurt, and the only wheat/sugar in the dinner-ginger cake and amaretti biscuits.

Pic 3
seared crispy skin duck breasts roasted with honey, lime and ginger dressing with stir fried mix vegetables and rice noodles
All wheat free and sugar free apart from the honey on the duck breasts
Pic 4
The pud!
Home grown rhubarb (baked in oven with coconut sugar) layered with double cream, coconut yoghurt, and the only wheat/sugar in the dinner-ginger cake and amaretti biscuits.

Homecooked wheatfree, lowcarb and protein Sunday Brunch Scrambled organic eggs cooked in unpasteurized salty butter, with chopped chives, avocado, wilted spinach with Omega3 Good oil, homegrown tomatoes, avocado and crispy streaky outdoorbred bacon

Homecooked wheatfree, lowcarb and protein Sunday Brunch 
Scrambled organic eggs cooked in unpasteurized salty butter, with chopped chives, avocado, wilted spinach with Omega3 Good oil, homegrown tomatoes, avocado and crispy streaky outdoorbred bacon.
And an expresso coffee.
You need to include good fats in your daily diet as they help regulate your metabolism, keep you feeling full longer,  help transport vitamins and minerals around your body, and protect your vital organs.

A low fat diet is not good for you or even helps you to lose weight on a long term basis. But I am only including healthy fats not transfats or saturated fats in fast foods and processed foods.

And an expresso coffee.
You need to include good fats in your daily diet as they help regulate your metabolism, keep you feeling full longer, help transport vitamins and minerals around your body, and protect your vital organs.

A low fat diet is not good for you or even helps you to lose weight on a long term basis. But I am only including healthy fats not transfats or saturated fats in fast foods and processed foods.

Love this healthy no sugar added Sangria recipe with Rose wine

Love this healthy no sugar added Sangria recipe with Rose wine.

Using a qood quality rose wine, add sliced  peaches, nectarines and basil.
I think you could also add some fizzy mineral water too if you wished.
What a great alternative version to the traditional Sangria for a Summer evening drink.

Using a qood quality rose wine, add sliced peaches, nectarines and basil.
I think you could also add some fizzy mineral water too if you wished.
What a great alternative version to the traditional Sangria for a Summer evening drink.

Is the miserable wet weather making you crave carbs? Try this low carb healthy lasagne made with slices of butternut squash instead of traditional lasagne pasta sheets

Is the miserable wet weather making you crave carbs?

Try this low carb healthy lasagne made with slices of butternut squash instead of traditional lasagne pasta sheets.
Make the beef or veggie mince however you wish and alternate layers of the squash slices as you would when making lasagne.
You could also add layers of grated cheese and white sauce if you like to make it more like a proper lasagne.
I have used a mixture of cheeses on the top to make a lovely melted cheese crusty top.
Yummy!

Make the beef or veggie mince however you wish and alternate layers of the squash slices as you would when making lasagne.
You could also add layers of grated cheese and white sauce if you like to make it more like a proper lasagne.
I have used a mixture of cheeses on the top to make a lovely melted cheese crusty top.
Yummy!

A quick amd easy healthy Summer lowcarb and protein homecooked meal #courgettes #spaghettibolognese Spiralise the courgettes with your spiraliser

A quick amd easy healthy Summer lowcarb and protein homecooked meal 

Spiralise the courgettes with your spiraliser. My courgettes are homegrown from my veg patch. Very proud! 
Slow cook the beef mince together with chopped onions, garlic, tomato passata and seasoning in a slow cooker for a few hours before you're ready to assemble and eat. The juices should all have reduced so the mince os browned and sauce is reduced and thickened.

Shallow fry the courgettes very quickly in a little olive oil so they remain firm

Add the mince mixture to your serving of courgetti spaghetti and grate a generous portion of Parmesan cheese over the top.
My courgettes are homegrown from my veg patch. Very proud!
Slow cook the beef mince together with chopped onions, garlic, tomato passata and seasoning in a slow cooker for a few hours before you’re ready to assemble and eat. The juices should all have reduced so the mince os browned and sauce is reduced and thickened.

Shallow fry the courgettes very quickly in a little olive oil so they remain firm

Add the mince mixture to your serving of courgetti spaghetti and grate a generous portion of Parmesan cheese over the top.