Chocolate spread (wartime recipe)

I like cooking shows and seeing “Great British Menu” made me search wartime recipes. This way I’ve discovered this amazing chocolate spread. It taste so good, has a great texture and only 160 calories/100g! It has 3.5 times less calories and the ingredients are healthy.

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Homemade chocolate spread

I can’t take credit for it, because it was a joint venture between me and hubby. You can make 500 g of chocolate spread. Per 100 g has 322.3 calories – 25.3 g proteins; 10.8 g fats; 36.4 g carbs; 4.2 g fibers.

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Roasted peppers

I found this recipe in a cookbook and I’ve decided to give it a try. I was impressed how well it turned out to be. It’s versatile, I’ve used the peppers as a side dish with omelet and on pizza, but it can be added to a lot of other dishes. It’s very easy to make, so that’s an added bonus. I used 900g peppers, oil and salt.

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Stuffed mixed squash

Last time we bought groceries, I’ve seen this beautiful mixed squash and I said I must buy a few. The plan was to leave them as intact as possible, so, I stuffed them. I didn’t take pictures whiles I was prepare them, sorry for that.
The 3 squashes had 794 calories in total, without the yogurt. It’s easy to make, delicious, filling and low in calories.

Ingredients:
– 100g of dry mince soy, soaked in boiled water for 30 minutes
– 100g tomato paste
– 2 onions chopped
– 1 spoon of oil
– salt
– pepper

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The squashes are ready to get into the oven.

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Roasted celeriac

When I’m very busy and I don’t have a lot of time to cook… I bake. It’s easier to have a meal ready by leaving some root vegetables in the oven for 45 minutes – 1 hour, no hassle. I’ve made roasted celeriac a few times and it’s the perfect side dish.

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