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Back in Shape Target

  11st ½lb / BMI 24.93

Ideal Target Weight

 • 10st / BMI 22.59

Current Weight

 • 10st 12lbs / BMI 24.53

Start Weight

 • 13st 4.½lbs / BMI 30.10

Weight Loss So Far...     [+]

 • 2st 6.½lbs (or 34.½lbs)

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Eat before you shop - resisting food when you are hungry is harder than if you are full.

Last updated: October 14th, 2011  
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Recipes: the tasty way to get "Back in Shape"

While I'm getting "Back in Shape", I'll be listing some of the tasty, yet low calorie, meals and recipes that I enjoy below.

Feel free to leave a comment about any of the provided recipes or share your own variations. If you have a fantastic new recipe to recommend, you can also contact me through the main website contact form.

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Squash Tart with Creamy Chicken and Mushroom (October 14th, 2011)
Summary: A light and creamy alternative to a pie-crust tart, using roast squash. Rich and tasty with an aniseed flourish.

Homemade Pizza Bread with Fresh Basil and Mozzerella (June 28th, 2011)
Summary: Enjoy this low-fat alternative to THE original fast-food - love that melty cheese and all those fresh flavours!

Cheesy Chili Tuna with Tomato and Basil Salad (June 20th, 2011)
Summary: Two types of refreshing summer salad; one cheesy, smooth and hot, the other bursting with basily freshness.

Piri-Piri Turkey and Rice with Yogurt (June 15th, 2011)
Summary: A striking juxtaposition of hot piri-piri spiced turkey and rice with cooling low-fat natural yogurt.

Smoked Haddock with Sweet Potato and Green Beans (June 6th, 2011)
Summary: This hearty fish dinner is both smokey and sweet - and pretty colourful to boot!

Sweet Sausage and Cabbage Concoction

Published: May 24th, 2011 / Last updated: March 23rd, 2012

Serves 2 / Calories per serving = 400 approx


  • sausage cabbage concoction2 small potatoes (200g), peeled and diced
  • ½ small white cabbage, sliced
  • 3 lean lincolshire sausages
  • 1 dessert apple, peeled, cored and diced
  • ½ tablespoon of olive oil
  • salt and pepper to taste


  1. Simmer the potatoes in a saucepan of boiling water for 15-20 minutes until cooked through but still firm.
  2. Meanwhile, prick the sausages and fry for about 10 minutes over a moderate heat, turning frequently. 
    Try not to add oil - they should release their own. If they don't, add a very tiny amount from the recipe allowance.
  3. Add the cabbage to the pan of potatoes and simmer for 7-10 minutes, timed so they will both finish cooking together.
  4. Slice the sausages lengthways and fry for a minutes on their cut sides, then remove from the frying pan. Leave the sausage juice in the pan and take off the heat.
  5. Chop the sausage halves into 5 or 6 pieces each and put on a plate to one side.
  6. Once the potatoes and cabbage are cooked, strain them and return the frying pan to a moderate heat, adding the oil.
  7. Once the oil is hot in the frying pan, add the potatoes, cabbage, sausage pieces, apple and seasoning and cook for about 7 minutes until the apple has started to soften. Stir frequently.
  8. Serve once everything has browned and the apple juices are flowing!

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Past visitors have left the following comments:

Karen, 21 May 2011

Loving the yogurt and strawberry crunch!!!

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