We found this recipe from Ditch The Carbs over the weekend and we are certainly going to try it out as it seems very easy and it is wheat-free, guten-free and Banting-Friendly.
PREP TIME – 10 mins
- equal amounts of broccoli and cauliflower cut into small pieces
- 300ml natural unsweetened yogurt
- 3 egg yolks
- ½ cup grated cheese
- 1 smoke bacon rasher diced
- ¼ tsp mustard powder
- more grated cheese for the top
- Place the broccoli and cauliflower pieces into a baking dish.
- Place all the ingredients into a measuring jug and whisk together with a fork.
- Pour over the vegetables and sprinkle some more grated cheese over the sauce.
- Bake at 180C for 30 minutes, or until the sauce has thickened and the vegetables are cooked through.
Serving size: 1 serve Calories: 145 Fat: 9.3g Carbohydrates: 6.5g Sugar: 3.7g Fibre: 1.6g Protein: 9.5g
We have been looking for a Banting Brownies recipe. We have found this one on various Banting Facebook groups and we tried to perfect it. Continue reading
We often get the question – what is Banting and what is this “diet” all about? The below information can be found on the website realmealrevolution.com.
We do not like to call this a diet, it is a Lifestyle change. That’s the reason why our name is The Banting Lifestyle!
AN INTRODUCTION TO BANTING
William Banting was a British undertaker who was very obese and desperately wanted to lose weight. In the year 1862 he paid a visit to his doctor, William Harvey, who proposed a radical eating plan that was high in fat but included very little carbohydrates. By following this eating plan Banting experienced such remarkable weight loss that he wrote an open letter to the public, the “Letter on Corpulence”, which became widely distributed. As more people started following this eating plan to lose weight, the term “banting” or to “bant” became popularised.