Syn Free Scotch Eggs

The Scotch Egg, a perfect British snack, a picnic or even breakfast! Syn free when following Slimming world and totally delicious. Make with the kids or surprise them by popping it in their lunch box! 

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How are you all? If you are new here, welcome to my little space on the internet! Today I would love to talk to you about scotch eggs….

Every country and cuisine has its convenience food: the dish that’s so popular that it’s in the supermarket, the corner shop, a posh restaurant, the petrol station… so, why would you ever bother making it yourself? For us here in the UK I think that convenience food has to be a Scotch Egg or a Sausage roll right? 

So why am I telling you to make it yourself? Mainly because a shop bought Scotch egg is FULL of Syns… and honestly this recipe is much tastier. It will be loved by all of the family and the kids will love joining in with creating too. 

Scotch Eggs can have a million variations but my favourite is this simple pork sausage recipe using Syn Free Slimming World sausages. Coated in crispy breadcrumbs using your Healthy extra B allowance means this recipe can be 100% Syn free. Scotch Eggs are next level and not at all difficult. Give these a try now!

This Scotch Egg recipe has got to be the best ever! If you’ve only ever eaten shop bought Scotch Eggs, then be prepared to be pleasantly surprised at these delicious homemade ones. They taste nothing like the shop bought scotch eggs, which, I often find, taste synthetic, with an overwhelming taste of salt in the sausage layer. Often the eggs can be so hard that they are almost “chewy” too… You certainly won’t find that here if you follow the recipe correctly.




You don’t need anything fancy to create this recipe.. other than some Syn free Slimming World sausages available in Iceland. 

Don’t get me wrong.. these are absolutely not the best sausages around.. but because we are basically mashing them up and using them as a coating they actually work really well.

WHY IS THIS RECIPE SO GOOD?

  • Tasty
  • Easy to make
  • The whole family will love them
  • Syn free
  • Low in salt
  • Healthy alternative
  • Uses Healthy extra B

IS THIS RECIPE SLIMMING WORLD FRIENDLY?

Absolutely!! Remember to use Slimming World sausages from Iceland and take the breadcrumbs from your Healthy extra B allowance and you are ready to go! 




Syn Free Scotch Eggs

Slimming World Syns: Zero (Using Healthy Extra B)
Weight Watchers: Coming Soon
Calories: Coming Soon
Course Breakfast, Lunch, Snack
Total Time 1 hour
Servings 4 Scotch eggs

Ingredients

  • 60g Wholemeal Bread
  • 4 Eggs (Hard boiled to your taste)
  • 720g (2 packs) Slimming World Sausages (Defrosted)
  • 3 Eggs (Beaten)
  • 1 tsp Mustard Powder
  • 1 tsp Dried Parsley
  • 1 tsp Mixed Herbs
  • ½ tsp Paprika
  • ¼ tsp Smoked Paprika
  • Pinch Salt
  • Pinch Pepper
  • Frylight

Instructions

  • Remove the skin from the sausages, you may find this easier to do when still frozen by dipping in boiling water.
  • Boil 4 eggs for 5 – 6 minutes. Place into cold water after their cooking time has passed.
  • Using a food processor blitz the bread into crumbs. Place into a bowl, add Mustard powder, Paprika, Smoked Paprika, Salt and Pepper, mix together and then put to one side.
  • Mash the sausage meat using a potato masher or food blender. Place into a bowl and add the Parsley and mixed herbs, use your hands to combine. Divide into 4 potions and place to one side.
  • Preheat oven to 200c/180c Fan/Gas mark 6.
  • Beat 3 eggs in a small bowl and place to one side.
  • Take your first portion of sausage meat, flatten in your hands, dip your first boiled egg into the beaten egg and then wrap the sausage meat around the egg until it is fully covered. Repeat with the remaining 3 eggs.
  • Spritz a baking pan with Frylight.
  • Dip each scotch egg into the beaten egg again and then roll in the bread crumbs until completley covered. Place each scotch egg onto the pan and spray with Frylight.
  • Place into the oven for 20/25 minutes. Serve when golden brown.

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3 comments

    1. They are in my Iceland and available online 🙂 Maybe it’s just your local Iceland?
      Pork and leek would work fine though.

  1. Hi I am dieting at the moment and made these scotch eggs for lunch today. My partner is a scotch egg fiend and has probably tried all the shop bought ones you can get, as well as deli-bought versions. Both he and my daughter (and me) thought they were the best ones we’d ever tasted! (Actually I messed up and put all the herbs and spices in the breadcrumbs – but this didn’t spoil them at all!)
    Delish!!! Thank you.

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