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Admit it! Sometimes you just need a bit of hearty comfort food in your life; it’s completely normal and everybody does every now and again! Unfortunately as we all know, it’s difficult to satisfy this comfort eating urge whilst following a clean and healthy diet. This recipe is comfort food at its finest — perfect for when it’s cold outside! Yet it’s healthy, easy to make and easy on the wallet too!

Pumpkin is RIDICULOUSLY high in Vitamin A — most of the naturally occurring orange-coloured foods are — which makes it incredibly good for your heart. Plus, using coconut oil to fry the ingredients in packs in those vital healthy fats, and with coconut oil you can be sure it won’t break down and become toxic at frying temperatures.

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Servings: 1Venison-One-Pot-Macros
Macros: Calories 452kcal, Protein 35g, Carbs 42g, Fat 16g

  • 3 Venison Sausages (I got these in Tesco as they’re pretty cheap there!)
  • 500g Pumpkin
  • 1/4 white onion (sliced)
  • 75g Green Beans
  • Chilli Flakes
  • Oregano (or Mixed Herbs if you don’t have any)
  • Pink Salt (optional)
  • 10g Coconut Oil (I used LucyBee)

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  1. Begin by scooping out the inner flesh of the pumpkin — you won’t be needing this. Chop the outer shell of the pumpkin into small chunks (you can slice off the skin if you prefer).
  2. Next, submerge the pumpkin in a deep pan of hot water to soften it. Once it has softened slightly, throw it into a separate pan along with the green beans, onion and coconut oil and fry. If the pumpkin skin has been left on, it should start to brown and look almost charred. Throw in chilli flakes to taste, mixed herbs and some pink salt.
  3. Set this pan aside, and grill the sausages. I used a George Foreman, but you could easily put them under the grill or fry them.
  4. Once cooked completely through (slice in the middle to check), take them off the heat and pop them into the pan with the other ingredients.
  5. Add a dash more oregano, allow to heat together and then serve!