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Superfree is the key :-)

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I’ve always been a fan of lots of superfree with my meals. We recommend at least one third with every meal, wherever possible. I’d say I usually try and aim for 50/50 or if I’m doing success express then two thirds superfree one third free. If your weight losses are a little slower than you’d like it could be you aren’t having enough superfree.

Recently I’ve got more in to the creative ways of adding superfree, such as cauliflower rice. One of my team I manage, B told me about this, she’d seen it on master chef and apparently Jamie Oliver does it too 🙂 I tried it and was hooked!! I still have rice sometimes, or half and half, but it’s so handy for red days or success express days. Here’s all my favourite ways of adding superfree to meals :-

Carrot and swede mash
Courgetti noodles, see the gadget in the pic for the gadget I use
Leeks as lasagne sheets, this is a hairy bikers idea
Large portobello mushrooms as burger rolls
Stir fry
Roast veg
Cauliflower rice
Cauliflower mash
Pizza topped mushrooms
Lettuce as wraps
Butternut squash wedges or chips
Asparagus to dunk in boiled eggs
Egg wraps &
Sautéed cabbage with garlic and fromaige fraise

For the cauliflower rice you literally just grate a cauliflower and microwave it for 3-4 minutes, you can use a blender or just a hand grater. No water, nothing. Here’s some variations on Cauliflower Rice:-

Spanish Cauliflower Rice // add red pepper flakes + diced tomatoes + jalapenos
Curry Cauliflower Rice // add 1 Tbs. curry powder + fresh grated ginger + red chilies + fresh lime juice
Fried Cauliflower Rice // add scrambled egg + 1 Tbs. sesame oil, (syns)+ fresh grated ginger + 1 Tbs. soy sauce
Italian Cauliflower Rice // add 1 Tbs. dried oregano + fresh basil + diced tomatoes + diced red onion
Greek Cauliflower Rice // add 1 Tbs. oregano + 1 Tbs. capers + diced olives (syns) + 1 Tbs mustard powder+ 1 Tbs. apple cider vinegar
Sweet Cauliflower Rice // a dash of cinnamon + stevia to taste + vanilla extract
Lemon Cauliflower Rice // juice of 1 lemon + 1 tsp. sea salt
Herbed Cauliflower Rice // a mix of fresh herbs diced finely such as dill, chives, or basil, oregano, rosemary, etc.
Cheezy Cauliflower Rice // add your a choice of cheese

Today I had an early team meeting. I got up at 6.30am so I could have a sw breakfast of smoked salmon, scrambled egg, sautéed veg and a scan bran, my fav. I took a hi fi light with me and snacked on fruit. I got home and had a sweet potato, tuna and salad for lunch and some salad cream light, then dinner was a chicken stir fry. Dessert was fruit, fat free Greek yogurt and of course, choc shot!!!

I wore my outfit I bought yesterday and had some nice compliments and also a surprised look from my manager lol as I don’t usually wear bright patterned trousers! It’s good to vary your look though I think 🙂 I’m on the hunt for more pairs now!!!

Have a great night and Happy Fopping xx













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13 thoughts on “Superfree is the key :-)

  1. I just have to say how much I adore your blog! Esp today’s post on superfree. Thank you it is really helping me make SW a new way of life.

  2. In your post from Monday, were the lovely trousers you are wearing from Top Shop or River Island? Just come across your blog – love it! I’ve lost 5 stone so far with SW – just the best diet ever – I have 14 pounds to target!!!

    1. Wow that’s amazing, well done Sharon!!!!!!!! Thank you, glad you like it. Trousers are from Topshop Hun. If you’re on facebook like my page fopperholic for more ideas x

  3. Hi, what is the gadget called that you use for the noodles?! They look so good!

    Thank you for your inspirational posts, your good always looks so yummy!

  4. I’ve been eating the SW way for a couple of years now & am now at target but I thank the day I found you on Facebook! I’ve picked up so many tips and pinched so many of your ideas that I’ve found a whole new enthusiasm for something that I already loved! Thank you so much 🙂

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