I might do a separate post about this; it was a good breakfast.
I blended 100g frozen cherries with a cherry Mullerlight to make a very refreshing and satisfying dessert.
B: fruit and yogurt, marmite toast
I have lots of melon to use up and also some mango. By the time it's breakfast, I will have stocked up with more fruit so it will me a mix of what I fancy really.
SW: speed and free, half a syn for yogurt and I may not have the toast (half a B), it depends how hungry I am after shopping first thing
L: sticky chicken, salad; fruit
This looks easy. Make a sauce from equal amounts of honey, balsamic vinegar and soy sauce. Mix with cubed chicken and marinate for half an hour or so, then bake in the oven until cooked and sticky.
SW: two and a half syns for one tbsp honey, the rest is speed, free and/or protein
D: lasagne, coleslaw, salad; yogurt
It's about time I made some lasagne, I haven't had it for ages and I have the perfect little dish, one portion sized with high sides, a bit like a little butter dish except that it isn't!. As a sop to calories, instead of using actual lasagne pasta, I can slice some yellow courgette to use instead. I have the mince in the freezer and I will use both my healthy extras on a good dose of cheese including a proper cheese sauce (the milk will have to come out of the healthy extra A).
SW: two healthy extra As for both cheese and milk, one syn for super low mayo and half a syn for yogurt
Edited to add - I totally forgot about butter and flour - four syns for butter and one syn for flour. Ooops
two healthy extra As
half a healthy extra B
four nine and a half syns