Syn Free Tomato Sauce For Pizza Or Pasta | Slimming World Recipe

I love this tomato sauce recipe, I make up big batches of it and use it in so many recipes. It’s great for a pizza base, spaghetti bolognese, fresh pasta, chicken pasta.. and the best thing about it is that it’s Syn free!


Tin chopped tomatoes
2 Tbsp tomato puree
1/2 Tsp dried mixed herbs
1 Tsp onion granules
1 Tsp garlic powder (or 1 garlic clove)
1/2 tsp salt


  • Add all of your ingredients into a sauce pan, cover with a lid and simmer for 30-40 minutes stirring occasionally.
  • Add the sauce into a Nutribullet or use a hand blender to process to a thin sauce.
  • It’s now ready to use or if you keep in the fridge in a covered container it will last around 5 – 7 days.

Try adding this to my Syn free pizza base see the recipe here.

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Syn Free Pizza Fakeaway | Slimming World Recipe

If you LOVE pizza as much as I do.. you will be pleased to know that there is a syn free alternative and it’s pretty delicious 🙂 Using your Healthy Extra A and your Healthy Extra B you can have a yummy SYN FREE pizza!
Go for the traditional syn free tomato sauce or try my syn free BBQ sauce alternative.


(for 1 pizza)

60g Wholemeal bread mix (from your Healthy extra B allowance)
Warm water (check instructions of bread mix)
50g Half fat mozzarella (from your Healthy extra A allowance)
Syn free toppings

For tomato sauce:

1 Tin chopped tomatoes
2 Tbsp tomato puree
1/2 Tsp dried mixed herbs
1/2 Tsp onion granules
1/2 Tsp garlic powder (or 1 garlic clove)
1/4 tsp salt

For alternative BBQ sauce:

250g Passata 
2 Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
1 Tbsp Balsamic vinegar
Cloves of garlic (or 1 tsp garlic powder or flakes)
1/2 Tsp Mustard powder
3 Tbsp Sweetener 
1/4 Tsp Paprika
Salt and pepper seasoning

Some great syn free topping suggestions:

– Lean ham & fresh pineapple
– Chicken & Mushroom
– Chicken, Beef & Cherry tomatoes
– Spinach & Mushroom
– Lean ham & Mushroom
– Beef, Jalapenos, Red onion and Red pepper
– Mushroom, Mixed peppers, Red onion and Cherry tomatoes
– Slimming syn free sausage, Beef, Mushrooms, Mixed peppers and Red onion
– Syn free BBQ sauce, Chicken, Bacon and Onion
– Tuna, Sweetcorn and Red onions


  • See tomato sauce method here.
  • Make up 60g of your bread mix as per the instructions or make up the whole packet.. divide into 60g sections and freeze the ones you aren’t using this time (in cling film).
  • Roll out your base onto a floured surface.. you can make this as thin or thick as you fancy. Depending on whether you like a crispy thin base or more of a deep pan.
  • Spray a little Frylight onto a standard baking tray or I highly recommend using a vented pizza tray. Place your base onto the tray and spray a little Frylight onto the top before baking for around 8 minutes at 170c.
  • Remove from the oven and using two spatulas flip the base without breaking it.
  • Cover your base with your delicious pizza sauce, shred the mozzarella and place in various places over the base (you do not need to cover the whole base in cheese as it will melt)
  • Add your chosen toppings (bare in mind if you are using uncooked meats you may need to cook these in advance)
  • Place in the oven for around 8-10 minutes depending on how crispy you like your pizza.
  • Serve on one of these awesome pizza boards.

Enjoy your delicious Syn free pizza! Please share this recipe with your friends.

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Homemade Healthy Pizza Recipe | Slimming World 14 Syns Or 376 Calories

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I am in no way saying this is syn free.. it’s 100% not.. but it’s absolutely delicious and a great way of making a healthier pizza fakeaway… Also great fun to make with all of the family.
I have worked out that this would be

14 Slimming world syns OR 376 calories for one cheese pizza (choose syn free toppings and count calories on your chosen toppings)


(Makes 1 pizza.. just double/triple etc for more pizzas)

For the base:

– 75g Self raising flour (225 calories / 13.5 syns)
– 1 teaspoon of baking powder (5 calories / 0.5 syns)
– Pinch of salt
– 100g of fat free natural yoghurt (52 calories / Syn free)

For the topping: (If having a plain cheese pizza.. )

– 200g of chopped tomatoes (50 calories / syn free)
– 2 tsp sweetener (4 calories / syn free)
– Pinch of mixed herbs, black pepper and garlic powder.

– 50g Half fat mozzarella (85 calories / syn free if using your healthy extra A)

Fry light

Try to choose syn free toppings such as:

Pepper, mushrooms, onion, chicken, beef, pork, pineapple, ham, spinach, sweetcorn.. the list is endless 🙂
I can highly recommend these steak fajita bits from tesco here


– Add your chopped tomatoes, mixed herbs, garlic, black pepper and sweetener into a sauce pan.. bring to boil and then allow to simmer to reduce down and thicken.

– Meanwhile prepare your base. Preheat the oven to 220c and pre heat your baking tray. I can highly recommend one of these awesome pizza trays..

– Add your flour, baking powder and salt to a bowl, mix together and then make a well in the middle. Add your yoghurt and then mix together with a fork to form a dough.

– Sprinkle some flour on to your work surface and on to your hands (this mixture really is sticky). Kneed the dough until you have a perfectly smooth ball.

– Remove your hot tray from the oven and spray with fry light or lightly grease.. place your dough ball onto the tray and mold into a pizza like shape..

– Place in the base in the oven for around 5 minutes or until you can see it is starting to go slightly golden.. remove from the oven and flip the base over.. now its time to add your toppings…

– Spread your tomato sauce over the base evenly.. then shred your mozzarella and place in pieces dotted over the base.. Lightly season with black pepper and salt..(If you are going for a cheese pizza skip to the next step)
Add your other toppings.. such as cooked chicken, peppers.. whatever you fancy.. (do not use raw meat it will not have time to cook)

– Place your pizza back in the oven for around 6 – 8 minutes or until you can see it is cooked.. we sometimes grill for the last minute or two to crisp it up a little 🙂

There you have your perfect delicious healthier pizza! Enjoy 🙂 FullSizeRender (3)

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