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Chicken Sausage + Ricotta Pasta

With basil and chives.

What You Need (Serves 2):

10 Chicken Sausages - 495 cals

1 Tub Ricotta - 390 cals

50g Pasta -  224 cals

Bunch of Basil 

Bunch of Chives 

Garlic Puree 

1 Red Onion - 8 cals

Total cals per portion - 556 cals - 64g protien


Oven bake sausages until they're 85% ready. 

While they are baking throw 1 chopped onion, garlic puree and herbs into a pan and cook till onion is see through.

Add ricotta dn leave to the side.

Boil pasta in a pan.

Add Sausage to ricotta mix and cook for 5 minutes, add pasta. Salt and pepper to taste.

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5 GUYS Style Burger

Great Tasting Food.

You Will Need:

500g 5% Lean Beef Mince

1 Egg

1 Brioche Bun

2 Cheese Slices

Fry Light Spray

Spices - Onion Salt, Garlic Salt, Salt, Pepper, Mixed Herbs.

Tin Foil.


Add your mince to a bowl.

Add your spices to the bowl, a long with the egg. Mix well together with your hands.

Separate in 4 even balls.

Press out into burger shapes, they look huge but they will shrink in the pan.

Fry on both sides 3-4 mins (or until desired tenderness)

Put foil sheet out (large enough to wrap the burger when its done.

Put cheese slices on the bun and any extras you like (include extra cals for toppings)

Add Burger and close up the tin foil. Let that sit for 2-3 mins while the cheese melts and ENJOY!

Total cals per burger = 569

Total protein per burger = 64.9g

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Chicken Szechuan

Low Calorie, Tasty Food.

You Will Need (Serves 4):

600g Chicken Breast - (720 cals)

1/2 Red Onion - (26 cals)

1 Red Pepper - (19 cals)

2 Garlic Cloves - (8 cals)

1 Jar Sherwoods Szechuan Sauce - (118 cals)

2 tbsp Cornflour - (186 cals)

Total cals per portion = 268 and 34g protein.


Cut the chicken into small strips, add the cornfour until covered.

Fry off pepper, onions and garlic and set aside.

Fry the chicken on both sides until golden brown then add the veg back in.

Add the sauce, Simple as that.


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Spinach Fritata

Try this for breakfast or lunch!

You Will Need (4 servings):

  • 9 large eggs (630 cals)

  • 2 tablespoons milk (18 cals)

  • 1/3 cup (about 1 ounce, 30g) grated Parmesan cheese (110 cals)

  • 1/4 teaspoon salt

  • 1/8 teaspoon freshly ground pepper

  • 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil (240 cals)

  • 1 medium onion, chopped (about 1 cup) (52 cals)

  • 1 large clove garlic, minced (4 cals)

  • 2 tablespoons chopped sun-dried tomatoes, optional (17 cals)

  • 8 ounces (225g) or more fresh chopped spinach (or use baby spinach) (52 cals)

  • 2 ounces (56g) goat cheese (225 cals)

Total Per Portion (serves 4) = 337cals and 21.5g protein


Whisk together the eggs, milk, Parm, salt, and pepper.

Add the onions and garlic to a pan and saute

When the onions are see-through, add the spinach.

Then add the egg mixture

Top with Goats Cheese

and finish in the grill.

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Chicken Satay Skewers

High Protein and so Easy To Make.

You Will Need:

2 Chicken Breasts - (271cals)

60g Peanut Butter - (358cals)

40g Thai Red Curry Paste - (26cals)

1 Tablespoon Soy Sauce - (8cals)

1/2 Tin Coconut Milk - Light (148cals)


Salt + Pepper


Total Cals Per Portion - 405cals

Total Protein - 33.5g


Mix peanut butter, Thai paste, soy sauce, few tablespoons of coconut milk.

Split the mixture. With 1 half put it in a pan with the rest of the coconut milk, season with salt and pepper to taste.

Add the chicken breast chunks to the rest of the mixture. Put them on the skewers and airfry for 11-14 mins.

Heat up the sauce in the pan and enjoy.

Instruction Video
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Beef Tacos

Easy-To-Make, On-Plan Food.

You Will Need (For 2 Tacos):

As many small tortillas as you want tacos (114cals)

150g 5% Fat Mince (117cals)

Lettuce (14cals)

Red Onion (8cals)

30g Light Cheese (94cals)

Total Calories - 521cals

Total Protein - 52g


Place mince in a bowl, season mince and mash together. Pull into 2 ball and press them into the tortilla. Once evenly spread into the tortilla, place meat down into a preheated pan. Making sure to press on the back to squeeze out any water produced by the meat (otherwise it will be messy) Flipping occasionally throughout until cooked. 5-8 mins total.

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