From: Happy Food,
Christmas dinner has been and gone and despite a valiant effort from all the family, you’ve still got more left overs than you know what to do with and you’re beginning to feel very full. While many of us are happy to tuck into turkey sandwiches and Christmas pud over the next few days there are always a few sorry ingredients that get wasted – sprouts sandwich anyone?
This year we’ve decided not to let anything go to waste and to begin our healthy eating new years resolution a few days early by finding some low fat, delicious recipes for Christmas left overs. Bon appetite!
A few months ago we told you all about Dr Murad’s fantastic book The Water Secret. Full of advice on how to use water to clear skin, prevent wrinkles, boost energy and promote better overall health as well as some great recipes like this one for left over sprouts.
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If all your sprouts got eaten and (yeah right) it’s other veg you’re worrying about using up try this sweet, delicious and slightly spicy parsnip soup from NuME.
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When it comes to leftover meat at Christmas most families have their traditions. Turkey pie, turkey curry or just a good few days of turkey sandwiches. If you fancy changing things up a bit this year Good Food have a great recipe for Perky Turkey soup using chilli, chickpeas and rice. Check out www.bbcgoodfood.com to give your left overs some kick.
It's easy enough to decide you want to eat well - the hard part is finding the right foods to keep you healthy and satisfy your tastebuds. The Treatwell Tasters have lots of food and drink ideas to have you looking good, feeling good and bursting with energy in no time. And no, they don't all involve wheatgrass.See my profile