7 Inspired Banting Recipes To Make This Week

From cheesy fritters to bacon rolls and even cheesecake, here are seven recipes that’ll keep you, and whoever you’re cooking for, on the straight and narrow this week.

Baby marrow rösti with scrambled eggs

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Courtesy Sally-Ann Creed’s ‘Delicious Low-Carb’, published by Human & Rousseau.

Upgrade your weekend breakfasts without breaking your banting diet with Sally-Ann Creed’s baby-marrow röstis.

Bacon rolls

You had us at bacon and cheese.

Courgette, spinach and cheese fritters

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Courtesy of Jump on the Bant Wagon by Nick Charlie Key, published by Human & Rousseau.

Fry these courgette-and-spinach fritters until golden brown, and serve with lashings of tzatziki to impress your low-carbing guests.

Cheesecake with berry coulis crust

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Courtesy of “Low Carb is Lekker”, by Ine Reynierse, published by Struik.

This gloriously indulgent cheesecake is sweetened with xylitol, topped with berry coulis and baked on a nut-and-cocoa powder base. More, please.

Flapjacks

Courtesy Sally-Ann Creed’s 'Delicious Low-Carb', published by Human & Rousseau.

Courtesy Sally-Ann Creed’s ‘Delicious Low-Carb’, published by Human & Rousseau.

Made with whey protein, these flapjacks are easy, affordable, and free from nuts and seeds. Sally-Ann Creed recommends using them as a vehicle for other things instead of wraps or tacos. Inspired.

Stuffed angelfish

Courtesy of Low Carb is Lekker by Ine Reynierse, published by Struik Lifestyle.

Courtesy of Low Carb is Lekker by Ine Reynierse, published by Struik Lifestyle.

This juicy angelfish is stuffed with patty pans, cheddar cheese, garlic and onion.

Veggie seed crackers

Courtesy of Low Carb is Lekker by Ine Reynierse, published by Struik Lifestyle.

Courtesy of Low Carb is Lekker by Ine Reynierse, published by Struik Lifestyle.

Containing only 15 grams of carbs for a whole tray, these almond, seed and cheese crackers are crunchy and surprisingly tasty. (We’ll take ours topped with more cheese, please.)

*Consult your doctor before making drastic changes to your diet.

By Katharine Jacobs

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