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Cheap and Easy Slimming World 7 Day Menu

Cheap and Easy Slimming World 7 Day Menu

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Including a free Slimming World meal plan

If you have no idea how to start planning your Slimming World meal plan on a budget then you aren’t alone. Many of us want to eat healthy meals and just don’t have time to cook a separate meal for the kids.

Slimming World isn’t just about weight loss and syn values, it’s about eating healthier and making it your lifestyle.

These are all quick Slimming World meals that don’t cost the earth and that your kids will love too. Meaning you only have to cook one meal and know that your family are eating well while it’s costing you less. Win!

Keep reading for our free Slimming world 7 day meal plan and shopping list.

If you are looking for more Slimming World meal ideas or meal plans then have a look at:

The Best Budget Slimming World Fakeaway Recipes – Why order in when you can cook yourself! These are the best fakeaways for anyone on Slimming World and are also family friendly.

101 Slimming World Dinner Recipes That Are Budget-Friendly – It can feel overwhelming to come up with healthy meals for the whole family. This post helps you to fill up your meal plan and help you shop for less.

Aldi Slimming World Shopping List – If you are new to Slimming World then this is the post for you. It lays out all the syns and what to buy at Aldi.

Slimming World Money Saving Ideas

Baked omlette with peppers

If the idea of trying to feed your family using Slimming World fills you with dread then use our 5 money saving tips to help keep your food shopping down:

If you’re worried about buying groceries while on Slimming World, or think that the plan can’t work for the whole family then use these 5 tips below to keep your shopping bill down.

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Money management

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Slimming World 7 Day PDF

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Slimming World Recipes

Struggling to find day time meal ideas on Slimming World? Then here are 21 breakfast, lunch and dinner recipes that can help you fill your meal plan.

Breakfast on Slimming World

Two boiled eggs with wholemeal toast

Feel free to swap and change these out with our full list of Slimming World breakfast ideas here.

Breakfast smoothie

This is a quick breakfast that is great for the whole family. You can whizz it up and add whatever fruit you like.

1 banana 13p

40g porridge oats 10p

80g frozen soft fruit 75p 1

50ml milk 30p

1 tsp honey 5p

1 tsp vanilla extract 5p

Total: £1.38 that’s 34p for 4 people.

Omelette in a bun

The kids love this omelette recipe. It goes into lunch boxes quickly and is healthy too.

1 tbsp olive oil 5p

1 medium potato 25p

1 spring onion 37p

4 eggs 32p

9 small cherry tomatoes 20p

10g grated cheddar 25p

4 Asda Essential rolls 35p

Total: £1.79 that’s 44p each.

Mexican egg roll

This is a quick and easy lunch idea that the kids will love. You can even make these the night before and wrap them in foil and keep in the fridge.

1 large egg 8p

1tbp sunflower oil 5p

2 tbsp tomato salsa 10p

Total: 23p that’s just 5p a person.

Egg muffins

These egg muffins are really easy to make and are great for lunch boxes. They are super cheap and you can add anything to them. All you do is mix the ingredients up and then oven cook them for 20 minutes on 180 degrees.

3 eggs 24p

40g red Leicester cheese 75p

Total: 99p that’s 24 a person.

Breakfast egg wraps

These are great for four people and make a great breakfast on the go. You can add anything to these but our favourite is below:

500g pack closed cup mushrooms £1.50

4 tsp sunflower oil 5p

320g cherry tomatoes 90p

2tbsp parsley 5p

40g porridge oats 10p

10 eggs 80p

4 tsp English mustard powder 7p

Total: £3.92 that’s 98p a person for 4 people.


You can add loads to this basic omelette recipe. You can add cheese, herbs, and mushrooms.

3 eggs 24p

1 tsp sunflower oil 5p

1 tsp butter 5p

Total: 34p that’s 8p per person.

Cooked breakfast

We love a classic cooked breakfast. This is really easy to make and is cheap on the wallet too.

4 hash browns 60p

400g tin of baked beans 30p

4 scrambled eggs 32p

Total: £1.22 that’s 30p per person for four people.


These are great for a waffle maker and make a great weekend treat. We have them with frozen fruit or with chocolate spread.

4 large eggs 32p

300g plain flour 30p

½ tsp bicarbonate of soda 5p

2 tbsp golden caster sugar 5p

50g butter 25p

600ml semi-skimmed milk £1.20

Total: £2.17 that’s 54p a person.

Eggy bread

This is a quick and easy breakfast for the whole family. We griddle pan ours on high heat once the egg is mixture is on the bread.

Bread 14p

4 eggs 32p

Total: 46p that’s 11p per person.

Overnight oats

This is a yummy breakfast for the whole family. You make it the night before and add it to the fridge before you go to bed.

¼ tsp ground cinnamon 5p

50g rolled porridge oats 8p

2 tbsp natural yogurt 10p

50g mixed berries 25p

drizzle of honey 5p

Total: 53p that’s 13p per person.

Baked oats

This may look like a cake but its a yummy breakfast recipe that you can make at the start of the week and store for the whole week ahead.

Preheat the oven at 180 degrees fan. Put the porridge oats, yogurt, sugar and frozen fruits in a bowl. Mix it all together. In a separate bowl, beat the eggs then add them to the other ingredients. Mix together in a bowl. Pour the mixture into a baking tray and cook for around 30 minutes. Like a cake, you will need to check if the middle is cooked. We use a toothpick. If it comes back clean then it is fully cooked inside.

100g porridge oats 7p

200g fat free yogurt 40p

1 tbsp sugar 5p

100g defrosted frozen fruit 46p

3 eggs 16p

Total: £1.14 that’s 28p for four people.

Breakfast quesadillas

This is a quick breakfast meal that you can take on the run if you are running late. You can add anything to these wraps including peppers, tomatoes, chicken or ham. Go crazy and use whatever you have leftover in the fridge.

8 wraps 85p

100g cheese 50p

100g ham 25p

Total: £1.60 that’s 40p for 4 people.

Eggless Pancakes

This eggless recipe makes 10 pancakes which can be frozen then grilled back to warm. They take about 5 minutes to make and about 2 minutes to cook.

Read how we make The Best Eggless Pancakes Recipe Ever here.

150g self-raising flour 10p

1 tablespoon baking powder 2p

1/2 teaspoon salt 2p

2 spoonfuls of maple syrup, or granulated sugar 10p

2 tablespoons coconut oil, melted 15p

250ml soya milk 17p

Total: 56p that’s 14p per person.

Fruit and yogurt

Use our Aldi Slimming World shopping list to buy low syn yogurt and mix in fruit. It’s a very easy breakfast and filling and well.

Breakfast cereals

There are a lot of breakfast cereals that are Slimming World friendly. You can eat shredded wheat or bran in the morning if you are short on time. Add in some fruit as well if you are craving a sugar fix.

Breakfast Potatoes

This does take about 40 minutes to cook but is a really filling breakfast for the whole family. You can use your air fryer to cook your potatoes or the oven.

Start by setting the oven or air fryer to 185 degrees. Cut the potatoes into quarters, this helps them cook quicker. Add the potatoes to a bowl with the Paprika, Salt, Oregano and pepper. With a spoon, stir all the ingredients together so the potatoes are covered.

Then, cut the mushrooms into quarters, all the frozen peppers, frozen onions and a handful of spinach.

Spray it all in the pan with some low fat cooking spray.

If you are using stock, then add it now to the deep pan. If you are using your air fryer, you probably don’t need the stock.

You can eat this with eggs or with your cooked breakfast.

Hashbrown Frittata

We love this Hashbrown Frittata as it’s really easy to make a you can chuck in whatever you have left in the fridge or freezer.

We tend to use frozen vegetables but you can use fresh as well.

6 eggs

250g white potato

100g frozen onion

100g frozen peppers

50g spinach

Start by whisking the eggs in a bowl. Then add the rest of the ingredients and stir well.

In a deep frying pan, spray the bottom with some low cal spray then add. Fry for a few minutes until the eggs are all cooked through.

Baked Eggs

This is a really easy breakfast recipe that is very filling. You can add pretty much anything to this to make it yummy.

It does take about 25 minutes to cook but is worth it. This recipe makes two.

100g frozen onion

6 tomatoes

1 tsp tomato paste

1 clove of garlic

50g spinach

100g vegetable stock

2 eggs

Start by pre-heating your oven to 180 degrees. Add the garlic, tomatoes and onions to a pan and fry lightly. Add the tomato paste and boil until it looks like a sauce.

Stir in the spinach for a minute or two.

Using two small deep dishes, add the sauce then crack an egg in the middle.

Add to the oven and cook for around 15 minutes if you are looking for a soft runny yolk.

Pan Oat Pancakes

This is a really easy no flipping pancake recipe that you can make and chuck in the oven while you get ready.

You can add any fruit to this at all. Our kids favourites are bananas and frozen mixed berries.

100g rolled porridge oats

2 tsp baking powder

150g plain fat free yogurt

2 eggs

5g cinnamon

1 tsp of vanilla extract

200g frozen berries

100g banana

Start by pre-heating your oven to 180 degrees.

Blend the porridge oats till they are small, as this gives you soft no lump pancakes.

Add the baking powder, salt and cinnamon to the mix.

Then add the egg, vanilla and yoghurt and put this with the oat mixture. Leave it all to sit together for about 15 minutes as this lets the oats suck it all in.

In a small baking tray, add some baking paper, and put the mixture in. Add your fruit at this point by sprinkling it on the top.

Add to the oven and cook for 20-25 minutes until lightly golden brown on the top.

Let it sit for a few minutes before you cut as it’s very hot.

Lunch recipes on Slimming World

Click here for 69 Slimming World Packed Lunch Ideas for the Whole Family.

Eggy cheese crumpets

These eggy cheese crumpets can be grilled once submerged in the egg mixture. They make a great treat breakfast for the whole family.

3 eggs 24p

50ml milk 10p

6 crumpets 25p

250g cherry tomatoes £1

drizzle of vegetable oil 5p

40g cheddar 35p

Total: £1.99 that’s 49p per person.

Spicy mixed bean tortillas

These Spicy mixed bean tortillas are great for weekend days when you want something quick and easy. All of these ingredients come from tins or the freezer.

8 tortilla wraps 85p

200g onion 10p

1 tin of carrots 49p

400g can chopped tomatoes 39p

400g can kidney beans 30p

400g can of mixed beans in a mild chilli sauce 30p

100g mature cheddar cheese, grated 49p

Total: £2.92 that’s 73p for 4 people.

Smoky beans on toast

This is such a easy recipe that is great for the whole family. We like ours spicy but you can easily tone down the spices and mustard if you prefer.

150g rashers streaky bacon 95p

100g frozen onion 16p

400g can baked beans 29p

1 teaspoon brown sugar 6p

1 teaspoon English mustard 5p

1 teaspoon smoked paprika 5p

1 teaspoon ground cumin 5p

10g chopped chillis 5p

250g ciabatta bread £1

Total: £2.66 that’s 66p per person.

Pizza roll-ups

These pizza roll ups are great for lunchboxes and great for fussy eaters.

375g Ready-made pastry. £1.75,

100g puree 80p,

100g cheese 95p.

Total: £3.50 that’s 87p for 4 people.

Start by getting the pastry out of the fridge so it can come up to room temp. When ready, spread the puree over the pastry and add the grated cheese. Cut the pastry into lines then shape into circles. Cook for 20 minutes on 180 degrees fan.

Sweet Potato Carrot Soup

This sweet potato carrot soup recipe is really easy to make and is great for weekend lunches. Everything you need should be in your cupboard or freezer.

Read how we make our Sweet Potato Carrot Soup Recipe here.

The roasted sweet potatoes taste really nice in this soup.

500g chopped and cubed sweet potatoes 55p

400g tin carrots 49p

3 tbsp olive oil 5p

100g frozen onion 16p

2 garlic cloves 5p

1L vegetable stock 5p

100ml tin coconut milk 82p

10g pinch chilli flakes 10p

Total: £2.27 that’s 56p a person.

Carrot & lentil soup

This is great slow cooker soup recipe that can be made in the morning and ready for when you get home. 2 tsp cumin seeds 5p

1 pinch chilli flakes 5p

2 tbsp olive oil 8p

600g carrots 55p

140g split red lentils 28p

1l hot vegetable stock 5p

125ml milk 85p

Total: £1.91 that’s 47p for four people.

Parship soup

We love this easy parship soup as it can be eaten chunky or smooth. It is really easy to make and tastes great the next day as well. This makes enough for four people but you can double it to make extras for leftovers.

2 tbsp butter 5p,

50g frozen onion 4p,

1 crush garlic clove 5p,

500g parsnips 60p,

500ml vegetable stock 5p,

225ml milk 25p.

Total: £1.04 that’s 26p for four people.

Dinner recipes on Slimming World

Veggie Stir Fry

Simple and quick, just chuck what ever you have in. I use rice noodles, as you can chuck them in with a sauce and just fry it all together, but any will do.

3x Tomatoes 34p,

200g Frozen Peppers 40p,

Onion 7p,

Total: £1.06

Quorn Spaghetti Bolognese

Quorn Spaghetti Bolognese in a white bowl

This easy Quorn bolognese recipe comes in at under £1 a head and is great if you are vegetarian or if you are trying to cut down on how much meat you buy.

Read how to cook our Quorn spaghetti Bolognese here.

1 onion chopped 22p

1 tbsp tomato puree 9.5p

2 tins chopped tomato 58p

1 tbsp caster sugar or to taste 4p

1 celery stick chopped 10p

Quorn Mince Frozen £1.79

1 carrot chopped 7p

2 cloves garlic chopped 4p

1 tsp oregano 2p

2 large mushrooms chopped 75p

1 vegetable stock cubes 6p

1 hand full Parmesan for sprinkling 20p

Total: £3.87 that’s 96p a person.

Roasted Cauliflower With Tomato & Cashew Sauce

This is an easy vegetarian dinner that is great for the whole family. It’s really quick to make and budget-friendly.

1 cauliflower £1.75

2 tsp nigella seeds 5p

2 tbsp vegetable oil 5p

3 tsp garam masala 5p

2 garlic cloves 4p

2cm piece ginger 5p

500g passata 32p

2 tbsp cashew nut butter 10p

50ml double cream 25p

Total: £2.66 that’s 66p


I do these burritos when I know friends are coming over. I love the idea of everyone helping themselves and tucking straight in.

Frozen onion 10p,

350g long-grain rice 40p,

400g tin Red kidney beans in water 21p,

8 Tortilla wraps 92p,

2 Little Gem lettuce 75p,

31g Fresh basil 80p,

300g Salsa 69p (Optional),

Total: £3.87 that’s 96p for four people.

Vegan Shepherd’s Pie

This is a great recipe if you need to feed a lot of people quickly. Make this in the morning and just chuck it in the oven when you need it.

Read how to make our vegan shepherd’s pie here.

400g tin chickpeas 33p,

400g tin lentils 55p,

2 large potatoes 20p,

3 sweet potatoes 47p,

125g frozen onion 8p,

4 sun-dried tomatoes 20p,

2 carrots 14p,

5 mushrooms 40p,

2 celery sticks 60p,

2 garlic cloves 5p,

300ml vegan stock 3p,

2 tbsp balsamic vinegar 6p,

2 tbsp tomato puree 10p,

2 tbsp low cal spray 10p

Total: £3.31.

Vegan tacos

Vegan tacos

These vegan tacos are really easy to make. They aren’t spicy at all, and the homemade salsa is really fruity.

Read how to make our vegan tacos here.

175g pack baby corn £1.20

190g frozen red onion 25p

100g frozen peppers 20p

½ tsp cumin seeds 5p

2 tsp olive oil 5p

110g kiwi 11p

400g tin tomato 42p

100g wholemeal flour 20p

1 large garlic clove 5p

5g dried coriander 5p

1 tsp vegan bouillon powder 5p

½ tsp smoked paprika 5p

85g red cabbage 20p

Total: £2.88 that’s 72p a person.

Vegetarian quesadillas

This is a really quick and easy vegetarian lunch recipe that works well in a lunch box. They are great for the whole family to enjoy as a cheap snack too.

2 x 400g cans mixed bean salad £1.20

3 tbsp chipotle sauce 6p

1tbsp dried coriander 5p

140g red Leicester cheese £1.50

8 flour tortillas £1

Total: £3.81 that’s 95p a person.

Mexican Red Rice

A very simple dish that takes only 20 minutes to cook, this Mexican red rice dish is perfect for the whole family.

1 tbsp oil 5p,

2 garlic cloves 5p,

1tsp dried coriander 5p,

1 tbsp chilli powder 2p,

100g frozen onion 15p,

350g long-grain rice 40p,

1 veggie stock 15p,

3 tbsp puree 10p,

250g frozen vegetables 20p.

Total: £1.17 that’s 29p for four people.

Start by heating the oil and cook the garlic, dried herbs and onion. Add the rice to the pan with your 1 litre of stock and tomato puree. Add the mixed veg and reduce the stock down. The rice will take on the stock but it may take about 15 minutes. When you are done, remove from the heat and rest the dish for around 15 minutes to make sure that the rice has taken on all the liquid and flavour.

Vegan Lasagna

This lasagna will get the whole family asking for more. It does take a while to make the white sauce as it needs to thicken. Once both sauces are ready then layer it up with the sliced tomatoes on top. We cook it until the white sauce has set so about 20 minutes for us.

For the lasagna:

4 lasagna sheets 13p

140g firm tofu £1

5g olive oil 2p

100g frozen onion 15p

3 garlic cloves 5p

2g dried oregano 2p

100g mushrooms 25p

225g frozen spinach 37p

White sauce:

5g olive oil 2p

100g all-purpose flour 25p

50g almond milk 10p

5g. nutritional yeast 10p

5g garlic powder 5p

55g 3 tomatoes 25p

Total: £2.76 that’s 69p a person.

Chipotle Pasta

This is a great vegan pasta recipe for the whole family. It makes a creamy vegan pasta sauce that has zero lumps as you blend it all together then heat it in the pan.

100g Almonds £1.40

50g Almond milk 10p

50g Chipotle pepper 30p

10g Garlic 5p

75g Water 5p

55g Tomato 25p

5g Lemon juice 2p

210g spaghetti 25p

Total: £2.42 that’s 60p for 4 people.

Beans with Potato Wedges

You can make this budget-friendly bean with potato wedges recipe even cheaper by leaving the meat out. My kids love this for breakfast and I love the fact it can be frozen too.

3 tsp Oil 15p,

100g frozen onion 22p,

2 rashes of bacon 26p,

1 tsp sugar 4p,

400g chopped tomatoes 29p,

200ml stock 4p,

410g can of cannellini beans 60p,

1 tbsp white flour 4p,

1 tsp mild chilli powder 9p,

1 tsp dried mixed herbs 9p,

400g tin potatoes 42p,

Total: £2.24 thats 56p a head.

Slow Cooker Mac ‘n’ Cheese

Cheesy pasta is a family favourite in my house. Try it in the slow cooker for an extra easy weeknight dinner.

200g macaroni pasta 13p,

200g cheese £1,

100g plain flour 10p,

1 stock cube 6p,

25g butter 3p,

Total: £1.32 that’s 33p a head.

Mango and Tomato Curry

Who needs a takeaway when you can cook this mango and tomato curry for less at home. This is so simple and is a hit with the whole family.

Red onion 17p,

Green chillies (50g) 65p,

Loose tomatoes 60p,

Small mango £1.15,

Organic 2% Fat natural yogurt (150g) 49p,

Basics long-grain rice (350g) 40p,

Total: £3.46 that’s 86p for four people.

Chickpea Curry

Chickpea curry in a bowl

This is a really easy chickpea curry that is perfect for the whole family. It costs under £1 a head for 4 people and you can use all your cupboard staples with it including tins of chickpeas, tomatoes, and loads of ground spices.

Read how to make our chickpea curry here.

Cook time for this simple chickpea curry is about 20 minutes depending on how you like your chickpeas. We like ours really soft so tend to wait until the liquid has reduced quite a lot. If you like your curry spicy then you could add some curry powder or red pepper.

To help make this creamy you could add yogurt as well as coconut milk. You could also add a dash of lime juice. If you are using the slow cooker then we would suggest you make the paste as below and then add everything to the slow cooker.

Put it on high heat for 6 – 8 hours as the liquid does need to reduce.

For the paste:

2 tbsp oil 5p

100g frozen onion 25p

5g dried chilli 5p

9 garlic cloves 25p

5g ground ginger 5p

5g ground coriander 5p

7g ground cumin 5p

5g garam masala 5p

10g tomato purée 11p

For the curry:

2 x 400g tin chickpeas £1.10

400g tin canned tomatoes 42p

100g tin coconut milk (optional) 18p

100g spinach (optional) 20p

250g rice 40p

Total: £3.21 that’s 80p for 4 people.

Slimming World meal plan tips

Being able to stick to the Slimming World plan is essential to success. We’ve come up with some ways that helped us as a family when we were all following Slimming World.

Slimming World shopping can really be done in any supermarket but we favour shopping at Aldi.

1. Work out your first shop by using our Aldi Slimming World shopping list as a guide here. Check your fridge, freezer and cupboards and check off what you already have.

2. You can still eat healthy if you are vegan or vegetarian. Use our ideas here:

75 Slimming World Vegetarian Recipes That The Whole Family Will Enjoy

71 Budget Vegan Slimming World Recipes for the Whole Family

3. Try and get into a routine. If you know you’re bad in the mornings then plan the night before. Use one of our leftover packed lunch ideas below so you can fly out the door.

4. Use the Slimming World book to really get your head around Free Food and Speed Food. This will help you get the balance right.

5. Trust the plan. It does seem like you’re eating a lot but if you stick to it then you’re eating a great variety of food that can help you lead a healthy lifestyle. Give it time.

Slimming World weekly 7 day menu

If you’re looking for an example of what a family Slimming World meal plan looks like then we have one below.

These and the shopping list are for four, two adults and two children unless stated. All meals can be frozen or bulked up for more people. Most can also be made in advance if you know you’re going to be in late.

All of the below shopping list can brought at Iceland or at any discount store.

Don’t forget the quote “Eat Breakfast like a KING, Lunch like a Prince and Dine like a Pauper”


Frozen mixed summer fruits (raspberries, strawberries and blackberries) covered in fat free natural yogurt.

3 egg omelette with your choice of filling (Bacon, Ham, Spinach, Tomatoes, Mushroom, Onion)

Syn free tomato and garlic pasta


Poached eggs and bacon with a syn free Hash Brown

Sweet baked potato, sliced ham, beetroot and a salad

Syn free butternut squash lasagna


Sliced pear, honeydew melon, strawberries and fat free Greek style yogurt

A baked potato with choice of toppings

Syn free bacon cheesy tomato pasta


2 syn free hash browns, 1/2 tin of baked beans and scrambled eggs

Slimming World Creamy tomato sauce from Iceland mixed with cooked pasta

Syn free pizza


Sliced banana topped with a syn free Mullerlight yogurt.

Slimming World quarter pounder burger from Iceland with a salad.

Syn free sausage casserole

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Fried breakfast using Frylight: 6 eggs, 6 Slimming World sausages, 6 bacon medallions, 8 cherry tomatoes, 6 mushrooms and 2 tins of baked beans.

Slimming World Smoky tomato, bean and chorizo sausage soup (from Iceland)

Syn free vegetarian chickpea curry


Omelette with your choice of Syn free toppings. (Ham, bacon, spinach, mushrooms etc.)

Slimming World mushroom sauce mixed with cooked pasta

Syn free cottage pie

You can print this off below too if you prefer.

Slimming World 7 day budget menu

Table laid out with breakfast food

This shopping list makes the above meal plan for four people. It’s a budget shopping list but can help if you need to keep your food bill low for a month.

Frozen mixed summer fruits (raspberries, strawberries and blackberries)

Frozen chicken breasts

Frozen mixed peppers

Frozen mushrooms

Frozen onion

Frozen mixed vegetables

Fat free natural yogurt

Fat free Greek style yogurt

15 Eggs

15 pack of Bacon

6 Tomatoes


Iceland Hash Brows

6 Sweet baked potatoes



Butternut squash lasagna pasta sheets


Honeydew melon

Potatoes 4 pack of beans


4 Mullerlight yogurts

Slimming World quarter pounder burger from Iceland


6 Slimming World sausages

Pack of cherry tomatoes

Chorizo sausage soup from Iceland1 Leek

Dried mixed herbs

1 Garlic

4 tins of chopped tomatoes

Vegetable stock


Garam Masala

Tomato Puree

Wholemeal bread mix

50g Half fat mozzarella

2 tins of Slimming World Smoky tomato, bean and chorizo sausage soup

Laura x

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