This Naan Bread recipe is a brilliant healthy alternative to store bought naan bread. Also quick, easy and cheap to make. They are suitable for freezing and the perfect side dish for a delicious curry. This unofficial recipe is perfect for any one following Slimming World, Weight Watchers or a calorie controlled diet.

I love a curry but I am always craving a good naan bread to mop up the leftover sauce. Sadly most store bought naan breads are pretty high in calories so I set about trying to create the ultimate Slimming friendly naan bread. 

Let me just say… if you are lucky enough to be able to find any flour during this crazy time we are living in (covid 2020) good on you! Crack on and make this delicious recipe! For those of you who literally cannot find a bag of flour anywhere you may need to wait a little longer before you can sample. 


  • Quick
  • Easy
  • Cheap
  • Low Syn*
  • Low in Calories
  • Delicious
  • Freezable 


Yes absolutely! Allow to cook and freeze for up to 1 month. Defrost throroughly and warm through in the oven before devouring. 

We estimate that the recipe is worth 32 Syns and it will make approx. 10 mini naan bread. You are welcome to make larger or smaller naan but remember to Syn accordingly. 

All you need now is the perfect curry to serve alongside….


Mini Naan Bread

Slimming World Syns: 3 Syns Per Naan Bread*
Weight Watchers Points: 2.5 Smart Points Per Naan Bread
Calories: 77 Per Naan Bread
Course Lunch, Main Course, Side Dish
Cuisine Indian
Total Time 40 minutes
Servings 10


  • 200g Self Raising Flour
  • 175g Fat Free Greek Style Yoghurt
  • Pinch Salt
  • Pinch Black Pepper
  • 1 tsp Garlic Granules (Optional)
  • Frylight


  • Add self raising flour, yoghurt, salt and pepper into a bowl. Combine the ingredients using a wooden spoon. (Or use dough attachment on electric mixer)
  • Dust work surface with flour and spend a few minutes kneading your mixture. (Not necessary if you are using electric mixer)
  • Divide mixture into 10 equal balls. Flatten and make into naan bread shapes. Use a rolling pin to roll into 6 – 7 cm thick naans.
  • Over a medium to high heat spray a pan with plenty of frylight and cook each naan bread separately. Approx 1 – 2 minutes each side.


*Slimming World Syns and Weight Watchers Points are all approximate and estimated by the team. They have not been verified by an official source.

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  1. All your recipes look so good I’ve even shared them with my friend to try cant wait for more to be added

  2. I’m 6 weeks in with slimming world and your page has been a blessing. Made these naan breads tonight and wow!! What a revelation. Had my doubts but even my hubby loved them. Thankyou

  3. i made these last night to accompany a SW veg curry ! omg amazing ! so easy so tasty and defo will now never buy a supermarket naan again !! thank you for this recipe 🙂

  4. Made these both myself and my husband thoroughly enjoyed them, I added a crushed fresh garlic clove in with mine. I will definitely be making them again ?

  5. Have you ever tried to make this using fromais frais? I would live to make these to have with a curry tonight but only have fromais frais in the fridge ?

  6. I have made these twice now, they are lovely, done the usual garlic and coriander, and frozen some and used them, they’re great, I forgot to eat them with my curry one evening, so I used them with soup for my lunch the next day, a good alternative to bread or not having anything. 🙂

  7. I know those comments were from ages ago but I actually tried these with fat free fromage frais tonight, they were soooo good. I think I actually preferred then to when I used yogurt.

    Hopefully this helps anyone wondering the same thing in the future ?

  8. I dont normally eat Naan bread with my curry unless I am in a restaurant but will certainly give these ago

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