To go with the frittata at lunchytime yesterday, I made a tomato and onion salad. Earlier, I thinly sliced a small onion and left it to gently pickle in two tbsp balsamic vinegar and about half a tsp of stevia. Just before serving, I sliced two tomatoes onto the plate and spooned over the drained onion and it was surprisingly delicious. I might try doing a bit of cabbage the same way.
One thing I really do like about Slimming World is the flexibility.
I had some McCain's gastro chips (don't ask - a moment of weakness a while ago) in the freezer. I love them but they are rather naughty! Looking them up, they are six syns per 100g so, as I can have up to 15 syns a day (but usually don't as you know) I decided to have some and syn them. So twelve syns and 200g of chips later, plus salmon and peas, but no seafood sauce, I was smugly satisfied for the rest of the evening. Yay me!
Today's food plans:
B: fruit (from freezer) and yogurt
L: sweet and sour chicken skewers with a salad, apple
This is from one of the SW cookery books, Free Food on the Go, and, as it says, it's free. The chicken is from the freezer.
SW: if I have mayo, I will syn it
D: turkey keema (from the freezer) with a pitta, fruit yogurt
I'm going to bulk out the keema with some chopped new potatoes and some extra veg and have it in a bowl with a dollop of natural yogurt and a wholemeal pitta to dunk - or I might make that a fresh baked 'flat roll' as I described some days ago. It should be nice either way.
SW: one healthy extra B for the pitta
Ss: sparkling water, maybe another fruit yogurt for one syn
Body Magic: definitely a swim, maybe a walk and/or some gardening.