Syn Free Cauliflower Breakfast Muffins | Slimming World Recipe




Since breakfast is the best meal of the day.. try these delicious Syn free breakfast muffins. Just make sure you use the cheese from your Healthy Extra A allowance.

Ingredients:

(Makes around 12 small muffins)

1 Large Cauliflower
200g Tinned lean ham
Handful of Spinach
1/2 Finely chopped onion
5 Eggs beaten
1/4 Tsp Garlic granules
30g Low fat grated Cheddar cheese
Pinch of salt
Ground Black pepper
1/4 Tsp Paprika
Frylight

Method:

  • Preheat the oven to 180c and lightly spray a muffin tin with Frylight.
  • Cut the florets off of your cauliflower and add them to a food processor and blend. (Or grate if you don’t have a processor)
  • Finely cube your tinned ham, grate cheese and finely dice onion.
  • Add the beaten eggs, grated cheese and garlic powder to your cauliflower to mix together.
  • Fold in ham, onion, garlic, black pepper, paprika and spinach.
  • Fill each section around two thirds full and place into the oven for around 20-25 minutes until golden.

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28 Healthy Slimming World Breakfast Ideas To Start Off Your Day




Breakfast is the first and best meal of the day. So many people I know skip breakfast and honestly I am not quite sure how they manage it. Every morning my tummy is grumbling and if I had to wait until lunch time to eat I don’t think I could concentrate.

But following Slimming World makes Breakfast a bit of a chore in this house. I really struggle to think of new exciting things to eat and I tend end up having eggs most days. So I have compiled a list of Breakfast ideas to hopefully not only inspire me but others too.


Syn Free Ideas

  • Sliced Banana topped with a Syn free Mullerlight yogurt.
  • Sliced pear, honeydew melon, strawberries and Fat free Greek style yogurt.
  • Fried breakfast using Frylight: 2 Eggs, 2 Slimming World sausages, 2 Bacon medallions, Cherry tomatoes, 2 mushrooms and 1/2 tin of baked beans.
  • Scrambled egg mixed with smoke salmon and spinach.
  • 2 Syn free Hash browns, 1/2 tin of baked beans and scrambled eggs.
  • Scrambled eggs on top of spinach and some grilled tomatoes.
  • Raspberries, strawberries and blackberries covered in fat free natural yogurt.
  • Omelette with your choice of Syn free toppings. (Ham, bacon, spinach, mushrooms etc.)
  • Poached eggs and bacon with a Syn free Hash Brown.

Syn Free Using Healthy Extra A and/or B

  • Overnight oats.
  • Syn Free Cauliflower breakfast muffins.
  • Wholemeal toast topped with scrambled eggs.
  • 2 Soft boiled eggs with wholemeal soldiers.
  • A wholemeal English muffin filled with 1 Syn free hash Brown, 1 Fried egg (in Frylight) and 2 Slimming World Syn free sausages.
  • Cheese and tomatoes on Wholemeal toast.
  • Cheese on Wholemeal toast.
  • Grilled bacon medallion toasted sandwich.
  • Ryvita topped with smoked salmon and Philadelphia cheese.
  • Scrambled eggs mixed with smoked salmon on top of wholemeal toast.
  • Porridge topped with strawberries, blackberries and raspberries.
  • Baked oats.
  • 2 Alpen light bars crumbled over a Syn free Mullerlight yogurt and mixed berries.
  • Wholemeal toast with banana.
  • Poached eggs on wholemeal toast and tinned plum tomatoes.

Low Syn

  • 1 Syn pancakes topped with berries.
  • Wholemeal toast and Sugar free jam.
  • English muffin with Sugar free jam.
  • Porridge with a chocolate shot.

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Syn Free Cupboard Essentials | Slimming World Herbs And Spices




There are hundreds of store cupboard staple essentials that are totally syn free to help us create delicious meals from scratch. See my list below to help you check what is Syn free and what isn’t.

The Spice Rack

All Herbs and Spices are free, use these to spice up your dishes. There is no limit on how much or little you use. Check out this Syn free list of herbs and spices.

Ajwain
Akudjura
Alexanders
Alkanet
Alligator pepper
Allspice (Pimenta dioica)
Ancho
Angelica
Anise
Aniseed myrtle
Annatto
Artemisia
Asafoetida
Avens
Avocado leaf
Baharat
Barberry
Basil
Basil (Sweet)
Basil (Holy)
Basil (Lemon)
Basil (Thai)
Bay leaf
Bay leaf (Indian)
Berbere
Bouquet garni
Borage
Cajun spice
Caper
Caraway
Cardamom
Cardamom (Black)
Cassia
Cayenne pepper
Celery leaf
Celery salt
Celery seed
Chervil
Chicory
Chili pepper
Chilli powder (hot)
Chilli powder (mild)
Chinese 5 spices
Chives
Cicely
Cilantro
Cinnamon
Clary
Clove
Coriander
Coriander seeds
Creole
Cubeb pepper
Cumin
Curry leaf
Curry plant
Curry powder (mild)
Dill
Dried mix herbs
Elderflower
Fajita seasoning
Fennel
Fenugreek
Galangal
Galingale
Garam masala
Garlic chives
Garlic granules
Garlic pepper
Ginger
Golpar
Ground mixed spice
Harissa
Herbes de provence
Horseradish
Huacatay
Hyssop
Indonesian bay leaf
Italian herb seasoning
Jamaican jerk spice blend
Jasmine flowers
Jimbu
Juniper berry
Kaffir lime leaves
Kawakawa seeds
Keluak
Kencur
Kokam seed
Korarima
Koseret leaves





Lavender
Lemon balm
Lemon ironbark
Lemon myrtle
Lemon verbena
Lemongrass
Licorice, liquorice
Lime flower
Mace
Marjoram
Mint
Mountain horopito
Mulled wine spices
Musk mallow
Mustard (Black)
Mustard (Brown)
Mustard (White)
Mustard (Yellow)
Mustard seed
Nigella
Njangsa
Nutmeg
Olida
Onion granules
Oregano
Orris root
Pandan flower
Pandan leaf
Paprika
Paprika (Hot)
Paracress
Parsley
Pepper (Black, White and Green and all types)
Peppermint
Peppermint gum leaf
Peri peri
Perilla
Peruvian pepper
Pilau seasoning
Quassia
Rice paddy herb
Rosemary
Rue
Safflowe
Saffron
Sage
Salt
Saigon cinnamon
Salad burnet
Salep
Sassafras
Savory (Summer and Winter)
Shiso
Sorrel
Smoked paprika
Spearmint
Spikenard
Star anise
Sumac
Sweet woodruff
Szechuan pepper
Tarragon
Thai 7 Spice
Thai Purple basil
Thyme
Tikka curry powder
Turmeric
Vanilla
Voatsiperifery
Wasabi
Water-pepper
Watercress
Wattleseed
Wild thyme
Willow herb
Wintergreen
Wood avens
Woodruff
Yerba buena,
Yarrow
Za’atar
Zedoary




Sauces and dressings

Agar agar
Balsamic vinegar
Bovril
Dark soy sauce
Fat free salad dressings (less than 50 calories per 100ml)
Gelatine
Light soy sauce
Low calorie cooking spray (i.e Frylight)
Nam pla
Malt vinegar
Marmite
Mint sauce (sugar free)
Mustard powder
Oyster sauce
Stock cubes (all types)
Stock pots
Sweetener
Tobasco
Tomato Puree
Vecon
Vegemite
Worcestershire sauce

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Syn Free Vegetable Crustless Quiche | Slimming World Recipe




I love crustless quiche it’s totally syn free and really filling. It’s really easy to make and is perfect for lunch or dinner with some new potatoes and a big salad.

Serves 2 (or 2 portions)

Ingredients:

3 or 4 Cherry tomatoes halved
1 Yellow pepper
3 or 4 Broccoli heads par boiled
3 Large eggs
150g Fat free cottage cheese
2 Tbsp Parsley
80g Reduced fat cheddar grated (add 6 syns if not using healthy extra)
Salt and Pepper
Frylight

Method:

  • Chop pepper and halve tomatoes.
  • Add your broccoli to a pan of boiling water and par boil.
  • Spray a pan with Frylight and gently cook pepper and cherry tomatoes for 2-3 minutes.
  • Preheat oven to 190c
  • Crack your eggs into a bowl and beat. Spoon in cottage cheese, parsley, Parsley, Salt and pepper and stir well.
  • Add your pepper, tomatoes and broccoli to flan dish.
  • Spoon over the egg/cheese mix.
  • Bake in the oven for 15-20 minutes until set.
  • Keep in the fridge for upto 3 days.

Can also be made with Bacon, Lean ham, Chicken, mushroom etc..


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Syn Free Overnight Oats | Slimming World Recipe




As a fellow Slimming World follower.. I also went totally bonkers over this awesome breakfast. It feels so naughty and it’s so easy to make. Not forgetting the fact it’s totally Syn free too!

This recipe works well because it avoids using your daily Healthy Extra A allowance by not having to use milk. Leaving it to be used elsewhere.

Ingredients:

40g Unflavoured Porridge oats (6 Syns if not using at a healthy extra)
200g Fat free natural yogurt (or try a flavoured Muller Light)
Mixed berries, Strawberries, Raspberries (Frozen fruit works really well because it defrosts in the fridge)

Method:

  • Start with a small layer of yogurt in the bottom of your jar, then a layer of porridge, then a layer of fruit. Repeat until the jar is full.
  • Cover the jar and leave overnight in the fridge to allow the porridge to absorb the yoghurt.
  • Serve for breakfast in the morning.

Other speed fruits that work really well are: Bananas, Oranges, Pear, Apple, peaches etc. Try apple and a pinch of Cinnamon it’s delicious.

These Airtight Jars work really well for this recipe.


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Creating A Perfect Syn Free Poached Egg | Slimming World Recipe




If you are anything like me you will pretty much live on eggs when following the Slimming World plan. Eggs being syn free is a savior for me. I will often eat 3 or 4 eggs per day. Whether it be scrambled, boiled, fried or poached I just love eggs. If I do say so myself however.. I am pretty good at cooking a poached egg and I am always being asked how I do it.. Well here we go.

Ingredients:

1 Egg
Boiling water
1 Sauce pan or frying pan
1 Slotted spoon
1 Small bowl or ramekin
Kitchen towel

Method:

  • Bring around 2 inches of water to boil in a non stick pan. Pure metal pans are the worst to cook a poached egg in as the egg sticks to the sides. Once the water is boiling turn down the heat to a gentle simmer.
  • Crack your egg into a small bowl or ramekin.
  • Pour your egg into the simmering water quickly.
  • Do not touch the egg, do not worry if the egg looks rough.. a poached egg is not always perfect.
  • If you like your poached egg soft/runny allow 2 minutes cooking time. If you like your egg harder allow around 3 to 4 minutes cooking time.
  • To remove your egg uses a slotted spoon to lift gently and allow the water to run out.
  • Place onto some kitchen towel to dry off before serving.

The general rule is the fresher the egg the better it will poach.. but using vinegar is a complete myth you do not need it.





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If you still cannot create the perfect poached egg try this AMAZING product from Joseph Joseph. It’s a little more expensive but it’s literally the best thing I have ever used. Have a look here.

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