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What are you fav SW syn free or very low syn family meals please

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sweetheart Tue 15-Oct-19 11:20:59

Please can you share with me your best family friendly SW meals that are low syn or syn free?


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Claire2606 Tue 15-Oct-19 11:56:25

Home made spag bol is good.
5% mince
Tin toms
Tom puree
Any dried pasta of your choice.
Quick and easy to make up. Also you can use the sauce mixture with any meat. Add what ever veggies you want to it. Onions peppers spinach aubergine courgette. Can make lasagne with it. Home made chips par boil, pop in a hot oven 20-30mins with fry light. Hope this helps a little.

sweetheart Tue 15-Oct-19 12:05:32

Thanks fo rthe imput - spag bol is already a regular on our list and goes down well with everyone. I'm hoping to find some hidden gems that I haven't heard of before grin

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BlueEyedFloozy Tue 15-Oct-19 12:05:49

stove top barbecue chicken

Always goes down well here - served with corn on the cob, salad and home made chips.

BlueEyedFloozy Tue 15-Oct-19 12:07:15

Cajun chicken pasta

Saladd0dger Tue 15-Oct-19 12:13:09

My husband usually hates all slimming world meals. I served him the bacon onion and potato bake last week and he loved it. Recipe off the pinch of nom website. I love the chicken satay off the same website. Add more chilly and swap the coconut milk for stock and it tastes just like the Chinese. My son eats them to although he’s not fussy

sweetheart Tue 15-Oct-19 13:56:16

ohhh thanks so much - that is 3 I hadn't heard of so will certainly be giving them a try!

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bossybloss Fri 18-Oct-19 16:34:20

I am making salmon fish cakes tonight.Salmon fillets cooked and flaked, spring onion, paprika, an egg and mashed potato .I have done them before and they are lovely.

You can use any type of fish , canned crab is nice too!

bossybloss Fri 18-Oct-19 16:35:12

I invested in a few of the sw recipe books..well worth it!

Whitney168 Fri 18-Oct-19 16:37:47

Campfire Stew and Cuban Beef from the Pinch of Nom website have gone down very well recently.

I cook a lot from the Slimming Eats website too.

All go down well with whoever I feed them to.

iklboo Fri 18-Oct-19 16:42:41


Make very thin omelettes to use as wraps
Protein of choice
Jar of passata
Onions & peppers
Fajita seasoning

Cook the rest of the stuff, wrap in the omelette, put in a baking dish, sprinkle with HEA cheese and pop it under the grill until cheese is melted & bubbly.

Ricekrispie22 Mon 21-Oct-19 19:38:35

Chicken curry
Prawn and veggie pilaf
Chicken risotto
Chicken chow mien
Mexican chicken and rice

raisinseverywhere Wed 23-Oct-19 19:31:54

I think a roast dinner is the easiest to make and suit everyone. Roast a chicken and don’t eat the skin. Lots of veg. And I used to roast some potatoes separately for myself without oil, and they tasted fine.

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