5:2 diet meal plan recipe

5:2 Diet Meal Plan Recipe: Vegetable and Cheese Ratatouille

Packed with a rainbow of colour, lots of anti-oxidants, fibre and flavour, this simple but delicious ratatouille is a warming treat that’s just as satisfying on 5:2 diet fast days as it is on a feed or normal day. But it’s surprisingly modest calorie content means that you can enjoy a generous portion – and still have plenty of calories to spare! Enjoy either steaming hot, or chilled. It’s a perfect addition to your 5:2 diet meal plan

5:2 Diet Recipe: Vegetable and Cheese Ratatouille

Make fast days amazingly good with these healthy recipes that’s low-cal and absolutely divine! To make sure you’re getting the right amount of nutrients, take this handy and healthy shopping checklist and whip it out at the supermarket. You won’t fall prey to another calorie-laden, artificial snack again.

5:2 diet meal plan recipe

Vegetable and Cheese Ratatouille
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  1. 1 courgette
  2. 1 whole aubergine
  3. 1 red pepper
  4. 1 orange pepper
  5. 1 white onion, finely chopped
  6. 1 tin plum tomatoes
  7. 2 cloves garlic
  8. 1 tsp oregano
  9. 1 tsp chilli flakes
  10. 1 tsp basil
  11. salt and pepper to taste
  12. 125 g half fat mozzarella
  13. olive oil spray (about 20 sprays)
  1. Prepare sauce, by cooking through chopped onions in olive oil spray. As onions become translucent, add dried herbs, spices and seasoning, and stir through. Continue cooking for a minute, and add tinned tomatoes. Cover and simmer on a medium heat until the sauce thickens.
  2. Preheat oven to 175 degrees.
  3. Slice up whole vegetables into thin slices, no more than a few millimetres thick each.
  4. Pour half the sauce onto the base of a large casserole dish. Layer sliced vegetables on top of sauce. Add remaining sauce on top of vegetables.
  5. Top off with mozzarella, cut into thin slices, and distribute evenly over the top.
  6. Cover the tray with a lid, or create a lid out of a sheet of kitchen foil.
  7. Bake for an hour, until vegetables are cooked through, and sauce is bubbling at the sides.
  8. Remove and serve.
  1. Comes to 113 calories per serving.
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  1. This sounds and looks delicious! 😀 I will definitely try it out. But I was wondering if it’s okay to add the mozarella since I’m not eating/drinking dairy products… Or is there some lactose free product that I can use instead?

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