Syn Free Breakfast Muffins

These are so simple to make, syn free and they are great for using up leftover veg. You can put anything you want in them and eat them hot or cold so great for days when you need something quick, as long as you made them the night before.


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Chocolate Orange Baked Oats

Baked oats are so versatile, you can make them any flavour by simply changing the yoghurt and what you put in it. I’ve tried loads in the year and a half I’ve been doing Slimming World and this has got to be up there in my favourites.

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Chicken, Bacon and Mushroom Risotto

I’ve only made this a couple of times but it is so easy and amazingly tasty! Little man was not a fan the 1st time he tried it but it is toddler friendly along with being syn free.

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Speedy Chilli 

Chilli is loved by everyone in my house and it’s such a good way of using up slightly wrinkly vegetables that are lurking in the fridge! There’s usually some leftover too which means quick meals for little man or a chilli jacket potato one lunch time for me.

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Slimming World Scotch Eggs

These are great as a lunchbox filler or just as a snack if you’re hungry. They can be made syn free if you get the right sausages and use the breadcrumbs as your HexB but I tend to syn mine just for ease, though it’s still a pain working out how many syns worth of bread you’ve used!

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