M&S just launched a Count on Us food box full of low-calorie meals to make dieting so easy

M&S has launched a food box full of low-calorie ready meals.

The famous food retailer’s new release is designed to make sticking to a calorie controlled diet super easy, while still incorporating that M&S standard of quality.

The Count on Us food box will make it hard to stray from dieting at meal times, with eight delicious low-calorie ready meals coming with each purchase.

The stash of light meals costs £30 and will be delivered directly to your door.

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The concept is perfect for anyone who’s running low on inspiration for diet-friendly dinners or those who fancy a break from the kitchen every once in a while but still want to keep things on the light side.

Each tasty ready-to-cook meal contains 400 calories or less and they’re all low in fat.

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They’re perfect for freezing too meaning you can always have a supply of perfectly portioned food hidden away for evenings when spending time slaving over a hot hob isn’t on the top of your to-do list.

What’s in the M&S Count on Us box?

Inside each Count on Us box, you’ll get…

  • Braised Steak with Root Vegetable Crush
  • Chicken in Mushroom and Red Wine Sauce with Cabbage and Spring Onion Mash
  • Fish Pie
  • Haddock Mornay
  • Chicken and Mushroom Pie with Bacon, topped with Buttery Chive Mash
  • Sausages and Colcannon Mash with Onion Gravy, Carrot and Peas
  • Chicken Mini Fillets in Gravy with Buttery Mash, Carrots and Peas

For nights when you fancy being a little more naughty the Indian Big Night In food box could be the way to go.

The £35 collection of takeaway-esque treats promises to feed a family of four with curry night classics like butter chicken, prawn bhuna, onion bhajis and naan breads.

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