I fancied something a bit different to snack on so thought I would try to make a low-calorie curry loaf. I wanted one that would be a good Slimming World friendly snack for weight loss and also really easy to make. I had seen the curry loaf recipe that includes rice and chickpea dahl but I wanted something different.
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If you follow Slimming World, Weight Watchers (WW), Noom, Second Nature or any other weight loss plan you can usually count this easily within your allowances as it is low in carbs, high protein and full of nutrients (see the recipe card nutritional information).
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Enjoying this curry loaf on Slimming World
This low-calorie curry loaf recipe uses ingredients usually considered as free foods on the Slimming World plan so it fits really well in your healthy diet as part of the main meal or as a snack.
Why choose my curry loaf recipe?
All my recipes I aim to make using ingredients easily available. I am a busy mum and know many of my readers are too so I generally try to share recipes like this unofficial Slimming World curry loaf that fit with this.
Who needs recipes with 30 obscure ingredients! This low-calorie curry loaf recipe uses just 6 ingredients available at every supermarket!
Pop over to my Recipe Section for more yummy recipes when you have checked out this one. I have a whole list of chickpea recipes including tips with them. One of the most popular is Cauliflower and chickpea curry closely followed by one-pot chickpea curry and Spanish chickpeas.
Do you enjoy spicy foods? I love curry but I am a bit of a wimp when it comes to spices so this is quite mild but tasty. I love vegetable biryani too. Have you tried my recipe for that?
Low-calorie curry loaf as a snack
This low-calorie curry loaf is perfect for snacks. Have you checked out my article full of ideas to help you stay on track with snacks?
Do you find that snacks like this help you to avoid eating unhealthy snacks?
Boredom eating is much better when you eat healthier options! I am always picking on foods just because I am bored or emotional.
Have you made curry loaf before? I know some people make it with rice which is tasty too.
Whilst I like it made in that way I prefer it with this recipe and then enjoying it with rice if I fancy it. More often than not though I just snack on it.
Stuart loves it too, I might start making my own batch and hiding it from him.
The importance of adding vegetables to your meals
Vegetables are low in calories compared to their density. This essentially means that they fill you up with very few calories.
The more vegetables you have in a meal either as a side dish or mixed in with the meal itself the lower-calorie the meal tends to be.
A filling but low-calorie meal is perfect for weight loss.
All my recipes include vegetables where possible but do feel free to add more as an accompaniment when you can.
Always choose vegetables that you enjoy because otherwise you will begrudge eating them and are more likely to before long stop cooking them at all.
Trying vegetables cooked differently or with herbs and spices can make them a little more exciting too.
About the ingredients needed for this curry loaf
Another ingredient in this recipe is red onions. They are so good for you they are a great addition to any meal!
Curry powder is so cheap but makes this recipe perfect.
The recipe also has tomato puree has a lot of health benefits too.
This recipe uses three carrots, these are great as they add texture, flavour and of course with carrots being so good for you that is a great addition too.
Starting a diet or getting back on plan
If you are looking to start a diet, or even kickstart a diet you already follow, then a fresh start can be just what you need. Check how many syns (approx) are in your favourites or how many calories if you follow another plan so you can regain control.
Meal planning can make a big difference so why not grab a notebook and plan this week’s meals. I recommend Musclefood for low-cost meats to keep you on track too.
Low-calorie snacks tips
There are so many tasty low-calorie snacks you can enjoy if you are trying to lose weight. It means you don’t have to get bored with one thing and can vary your diet considerably.
This is one of my favourites though and you will want to eat more and more of it I am sure!
Why you should enjoy desserts on a diet
If you are following a diet you will know how careful you feel you should be with your calories, syns or points. One good way to make your smaller dessert more filling is to add fruit or another low-calorie food. Fat-free fromage frais is a great choice and a great addition to most desserts or have a smaller piece.
If you prefer you can add a little flavouring or sweetener too. My favourite sweetener is Canderel Sugarly.
Do you ever have a glass of water before your dessert? Next time give it a try, you will naturally eat less as the water fills you up a little. A perfect way to enjoy the dessert you want and still lose weight.
More recipes you may enjoy
If you are a curry fan then do check out my post full of curry tips and recipes.
Have you made sourdough bread yet? What do you think? That would be a great way to enjoy a sandwich alongside your curry loaf.
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The BEST low-calorie curry loaf! Perfect hot and cold and under £2 to make. A different curried loaf recipe I think you will love more than the ones you have tried before!
I prefer it served cold but it is nice either way!
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