Eating a balanced diet
bit of parsley. Heat oil in a pan and add the egg, stirring constantly until cooked. Remove from pan and add cheese over top.
Treat yourself to some dried or fresh fruit, crackers, or even a couple of biscuits with a cup of tea. Other options include muesli bars - either home-made or store bought or a yoghurt.
You can’t go wrong with a simple salad and meat sandwich. With grains, vegetables and meat, you have a balanced meal and one that will sustain you until afternoon tea time. Macaroni is a dish that is very adaptable. Boil your pasta, create your basic cheese sauce, mix the two together with some cooked bacon and tomato and you have a delicious midday meal. Chop your filling into small pieces, including chives, cheese, ham, bacon, tomato and even chutney. Bake your potato either in the microwave for 5-6 minutes or in the oven. Spoon the potato out of the skin, mix the filling with the potato and refill the potato’s skin, sprinkling cheese on top. Place in the oven until cheese browns. If you have a toasted sandwich maker, simply butter your bread and place it face down. Fill with your favourite sandwich fillings that can be heated, add the top piece of bread and press down until ready. Crackers with your favourite toppings are always a great snack, as are nuts, muesli bars, yoghurt and fruit.
Whether you make rice risotto from scratch or get the base ingredients (rice and stock) from a box, you can’t go wrong with this delicious option. Simply simmer in a pan and add your favourite vegetables. Make your own basic soup with stock and vegetables of your choosing.