250g Lancewood Full Cream Plain Smooth Cottage Cheese,

2 large eggs 1/4 cup flour / cup cocoa powder 1 tsp baking powder / tsp salt 1/4 cup sugar 1 cup dark coffee / cup sunflower oil 1 tsp vanilla essence 200g Lancewood Cultured Cream to serve

1. Place cottage cheese, eggs, flour, cocoa powder, baking powder, salt, sugar, dark coffee, sunflower oil and vanilla in a bowl and beat until smooth.

2. Divide mixture between 4 individual ramekins and bake in a bain-marie at 170°C for 25-30 minutes until just set.

3. Serve the puddings warm with a generous dollop of cultured cream.


Our health care is so focused on the disease or complications, that too often the mental health aspect of how patients are coping is overlooked. Don’t let your personal needs be overlooked. As you count down the days until baby arrives, make sure you get the care and support you need so you are better prepared for the challenges coming your way as a new mom. Some women on bed rest have the benefit of spending their bed rest days at home, with few complications, while others will pop in and out of hospital for short-term stays. Sometimes these short-term stays result in long-term admissions, which we will get to in Part 2 of the book, but for now I want to focus on short-term stays. So what do I mean by short-term stays? At times the condition that put you on bed rest in the first place will require closer observation at your local or a regional hospital. This could be due to complications with gestational diabetes, high blood pressure, placental abnormalities, vaginal bleeding, leaking or low amniotic fluids, or preterm labor. Other times a hospitalization can be the result of factors unrelated to your original complication such as heat exhaustion, stomach flu, and dehydration. The lists of reasons for short-term hospitalizations are many, and admission is often unexpected. As I mentioned earlier, my first hospitalization was the result of me overdoing it and breaking some rules.


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