Lemon Squeezy Magazine Subscription Giveaway

One of the things I love about Christmas is the food.

It’s nice to have one day a year where you just eat as much as you like without worrying about calories.

I can remember one year spending Christmas Day with my dad and sister, we started off at 9am with champagne and chocolate truffles then continued to eat and drink until at least 9pm that night!

Throughout the rest of the year I do try and be a bit more careful with what I eat, although at the moment with J still breastfeeding so much I am craving a lot of high calorie and sweet foods such as pie and chocolate!

My main problem is that I never plan what we are eating for dinner. We live opposite a supermarket so most days end up going over and just grabbing something quick and easy which is not only not always very healthy but also ends up costing a lot more money than if we planned our meals carefully.

One of my goals for next year is to make sure I start doing weekly meal plans. Lemon Squeezy have a meal planning page on their site and they also let you change the meals if you don’t like the choice they give. This is good for me as I can be a bit of a fussy eater!

They also have a whole site full of recipes and information, as well as a forum and they have offered me a years subscription to the Food and Travel magazine (worth £39.50) to give away to one lucky reader.

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  1. Patricia Owen says

    Warm parsnip salad with gorgonzola – a great idea along with other salad choices for Boxing Day when you want to relax your mind and give your body chance to recover.

  2. Jane Willis says

    I’ve been looking for a special but diabetes-friendly dessert and Carpaccio of oranges with orange brandy fit the bill perfectly

  3. Lou Wain says

    Duck liver and orange liquer pate. Early to mid Dec seems to be the only time butchers sell duck liver so a great way to plan ahead for xmas by making this pate and freezing it.

  4. makila wheatley says

    theres nothing more christmassy for me and my family than sausages wrapped in bacon but the sizzling scallops look amazing!

  5. Clare Duiker says

    I’m loving the red cabbage with apple and balsamic vinegar, it reminds me of my Christmas’s in Germany 20 years ago.

  6. Patricia Avery says

    Light leek and squash bake sounds divine. Must try it in the new year when we have demolished the mountain of food still left on the Christmas table :)

  7. Graeme Macmillan says

    Butternut Squash – mashed with tons of buttr, pepper, crushed garlic and a sprinkle of grated oarmesan on top before serving.

  8. natalie cooper says

    My fav christmas recipe is chocolate dipped coconut macaroons.
    Combine 500g desicated coconut with 150g sugar and one large egg.
    using two spoons, make ball shapes with the mixture and lay on a lined baking tray.
    Press down slightly with a wet fork.
    cook on gas mark 5, middle of the oven for 15 mins until slightly golden.
    do not over cook as they will go bitter.
    allow to cool fully until remove from tray.
    then half dip in choice of melted cholate, sprinkle with chopped nutes, glacier cheerys or any other festive treats.
    These are fab but cheap chrsitmas gift.

  9. Gerri Tennant says

    Pam’s Candied Orange Sticks – Orange (home)candied peel dipped in dark chocolate. Got the recipe from River Cottage and I know it’s Christmas when they’re made as presents.

  10. KAREN TAYLOR says

    At last a Gluten free Carrot cake recipe that’s easy and tastes gorgeous!Will be trying out some of the other treats from this site : )
    Brilliant prize that lasts all year!

  11. Alfredo Vazquez says

    The Warm Parsnip Salad sounds amazing, i love parsnips but i must admit i wouldnt’ have thought of using them in a salad so will try that one out!

  12. Ella Nixon says

    As much as I’d love to say turkey or chicken, a dedicated vegetarian has to go for a light leek and squash bake which is equally as delicious!

  13. Debbie Preston says

    I’ve got a sweet tooth so for me its the ginger muffins- says they’re healthy so won’t feel so guilty eating them!

  14. sharon Williams says

    It has to be the chestnut and fennel soup. I love making up soups but had not thought of incorporating these two ingredients. cant wait to try it.

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