Recipe for Dinner

Velvety Peach Melba


60 ml/4 tbsp low-fat soft cheese A little caster (superfine) sugar

4 ripe peaches, peeled, halved and stoned (pitted) , 300 g/11 oz/1/2 small can raspberries

Sweeten the cheese to taste with a little sugar. Sandwich the peach halves together again with the cheese. Place in glass serving dishes. Drain the raspberries and pass through a sieve (strainer). Add enough of the juice to form a pouring consistency. Pour over the peaches and serve.


DINING TABLE UPCYCLING IDEAS_2.jpgDINING TABLE UPCYCLING IDEAS_0.jpgDINING TABLE UPCYCLING IDEAS_11.jpgDINING TABLE UPCYCLING IDEAS_3.jpgDINING TABLE UPCYCLING IDEAS_5.jpgDINING TABLE UPCYCLING IDEAS_16.jpgGeneral caloric recommendations are an average based on normal weight women. For more specific details regarding appropriate caloric intake based on body types, the following chart considers your Body Mass Index (BMI) at the beginning of pregnancy. The Body Mass Index is a calculation of weight to height ratio and can indicate if one is underweight, normal weight, overweight, or obese. To calculate your own BMI, please use the following formula (or you can easily access a free BMI calculator online). Please keep in mind, these guidelines are for women who are carrying a single baby. If you are carrying multiples, you will need even more calories, based on how many babies you are carrying, so please consult your doctor if you are unsure what is right for you. Interestingly enough, getting back to your pre-pregnancy weight (after your baby is here!) really does depend heavily on the first trimester.

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