Synfree Pancakes – Slimming World (GF)

I don’t often have a healthy b option spare at the end of the day but when I do this is a great recipe to try.  It uses the 35g of oats, a yoghurt and tonnes of fruit, so a great way to add lots of speed foods.

Ingredients:

  • 35 g rolled oats (Mine were gluten free)
  • 3 eggs
  • 1 pot of Muller Light (I used vanilla with choc chips)
  • 1 tub of Quark
  • Fresh fruit

Method

Beat the eggs.

Stir in the oats and Muller Light

Spray a frying pan with Fylight and pour in some of the mixture.  Cook for about 3 mins per side.  They are really hard to turn over but they get easier to do as you practise.

Make a topping by adding Quark and fresh fruit.

Optional: 2 syns if you mix 11g Highlights hot chocolate to the quark and mix it up…delicious!

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Gluten free bread on Slimming World

On Slimming World we are used to not eating too much bread but many of us fit a slice or two into our Food Optimising each week.  What gluten-free bread can we have on Slimming World?  Of course we can have any bread and count it as syns but it’s much better to use a ‘b’ option and save the syns for something nicer (wine, chocolate, both…)

I personally like Schar’s bread rolls.  They last a few months unopened and once opened last for about a week.  Currently there are 4 in a pack for £2 from Tesco’s.  Each 50g roll counts as a ‘b’ option.

Bfree do a wide range of products including wraps which are really tasty (£3.50 a pack at Tesco’s).  I like the wraps lightly fried to eat instead of chapatis.  ‘b’ options: 1 x 55g Stone Baked Pitta Bread, 2 slices Brown Seeded Loaf (from 400g loaf), 1 x 60g Soft White Roll or 1 x 42g Multigrain Wrap.

 

You can have 2 slices of Genius Brown Bread (from 350g loaf) or 1 slice of Genius Triple Seeded Bread (from 560g loaf).

Glutafin also have a wide range and the following count as healthy ‘b’ options: 1 x 50g part-baked white roll, 2 slices of white bread (from 400g loaf), 5 High Fibre crackers or 1 slice of seeded bread (from 400g loaf).

As a general rule you may also have 2 x medium slices of gluten-free wholemeal or multigrain bread as your ‘b’ option.

Fancy a sandwich?  You might like Slimming World & Gluten-free Steak Sandwich.

A few alternatives to bread:

  • Nairns gluten-free Oat Muesli   – 35g
  • Cereal made from corn or rice – 35g
  • 2 x Gluten-free wholegrain cereal biscuits (like Nutribix)
  • 4 x plain rice cakes
  • Free from oats – 35g

Slimming World & Gluten-free Steak Sandwich

But you can’t eat bread if you are doing Slimming World?  Wrong!

You can even make it on gluten-free bread if you need to.

I like Schär White Ciabatta Rolls.  They currently cost £2.00 for a pack of 4 at Tescos.  Each can be a Healthy Extra ‘b choice’ or 6 syns.

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I’ve recently discovered Colman’s mustard powder.  Apparently this is how mustard used to be sold in the olden days.  It is syn-free whereas jars of mustard have a syn value.  It is also gluten-free whereas many versions aren’t.  You simply mix the same quantity of powder with water.  For most sandwiches you just need 1 tsp.

Ingredients:

  • white ciabatta roll (gluten free if you want)
  • 1 x minute steak
  • 1 tsp Colman’s mustard powder
  • salad leaves
  • tomato

Method:

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  1. Cook the minute steak – I used the health grillJpeg
  2. Mix 1 tsp of Colman’s mustard powder with 1 tsp of water.  Spread the mustard on the bread.
  3. Add the steak, lettuce and tomato.
  4. Enjoy!

Want more gluten-free Slimming World recipes?  You might like:

A fresh gluten-free dinner

Diabetes AND Coeliac Disease?

I’m awaiting a gastroscopy procedure to confirm or refute me having coeliac disease. Unfortunately, in the meantime, I need to continue to eat gluten.  If I don’t do this the gastroscopy won’t show up anything and I won’t know what’s up.  Well it’s just one more week.  I had a pasta n sauce for lunch and felt uncomfortable for the rest of the afternoon so I decided to have something fresh and nutritious for my evening meal.gluten

Evening meal

So I had pre-cooked chicken fillets with spinach, spring onion, tomatoes and pomegranate seeds.  I finished off with fruit salad of mango, kiwi, plum, banana and raspberries.  If you want to know how to prepare pomegranate click here: How to prepare – Pomegranate

Healthy Extras

Since my blood tests came back and suggested coeliacs I have looked for different breakfast options.  This time on Slimming World and last time I stuck to 2 Weetabix and skimmed milk (sometimes with fruit).  It did mean that I had no Healthy Extras left to use in the day.  I tried Overnight Oats, which I have blogged about, and loved them.  It uses a ‘b’ option for the 35g porridge oats and then just fruit and yoghurt.  It leaves me with an ‘a’ option left over.  I can use that on milk if I want or cheese as part of a meal.  I’ve also discovered this week that I can have 200ml of Alpro soya chocolate milk as a Healthy Extra ‘a’ choice.

If you want some gluten-free Slimming World recipes click on a link below:

Soups:

Curries:

Snacks & Lunches:

Sweet treats: