Slimming World Meals

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  1. orange-sox

    orange-sox Sebs Mummy + WTT

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    Thought it would be better here seeing as though the slimming world Ladies seem to congregate on this board!

    I will start us off, I dont have any pictures right now, but will take some as and when I make the food :D

    Most of my meals are extra easy or Green (I tend to substitute a lot of meat for quorn because I love potatos too much), but you can adjust how much you have for Red or Green

    For my chips, wedges and roasties instead of parboiling/steaming I use a tupperware box, with a lid that we've stabbed some holes in, it steams your potatos just enough to help them on their way before you put them in the oven (you could buy a microwave steamer, but this was way cheaper) :rofl:
    Sunday Slimming Dinner

    Total Syns = NIL on EE, Green and Red (HEX = tatties)(Without Gravy)
    Definately better as a Green or EE meal then you can have as many different types of veggies and potatoes as you like :D Plus everything on the menu is free so you can have some gravy for very few syns!

    • Quorn Bangers (as many as you like, they are free on every plan)

    • Steamed or Boiled Potatoes (As many as you like on Green or EE, HX on Red)

    • Fry Light Roasties (Preheat your oven to superdooper hot, Microwave some of your tatties for about 5 mins before you start cooking everything, pop in oven on a tray sprayed with fry light, turn and spray every 10 mins, remove when crispy and tasty)

    • As many veggies as you can stuff in! (Remember peas and beans are restricted on Red days though)

    • Gravy - Bisto Best Onion is lush with this, only 1/2 a syn per dried teaspoon. Alternatively Bovril chicken is free, so if you want to save up your syns for a treat you could have that :D
    *Picture coming soon*

    Fish, Chips and Mushy Peas

    Syns = NIL on EE or Green (HX = Cod)


    • Any white fish you like (Well any fish within reason, but I think Cod is the best) - Grill it lightly until it is piping hot all the way through

    • Slimming World Chips (same method as Fry light Roasties)

    • Mushy Peas (or tinned if you prefer, you could even have beans!)

    • Serve with some Ketchup for 1 syn per tablespoon, or if you're like my OH brown sauce for the same value! (If you have the reduced sugar and salt versions they are 1/2 syn per level tablespoon! *SYN BARGIN*)
    *Picture coming soon*

    Quick Simple Lunches


    • EE & Green - Jacket potato with piles of your favourite fillings - beans, extra low fat cottage cheese, salad, cheese (as your HEX), tuna (with extra light mayo for 1/2 syn per level table spoon if you like), or there are many others to be had!

    • EE, Red or Green - Omlette with mushrooms, onion, peppers, tomatos, ham, quorn bangers, baked beans, extra low fat cottage cheese or indeed anything you like with omlettes!

    • EE, Red or Green - again it depends what you like with your salads, my personal favourites include ham, tuna, hard boiled eggs and extra low fat cottage cheese!
    Tasty Low Syn Treats



    • Free - MullerLight Yoghurts (Except Vanilla with Black cherry Layer)

    • Free - Ice lollys made up with Low Calorie Squash

    • Free - Zero Calorie Fizzy Drinks (Dr Pepper, Sprite etc)

    • 1/2 Syn each - Haribo Starmix

    • 5 Syns - Chocolate M&M's 20g bag

    • 5 Syns - Walkers Baked Crisps all flavours 25g bag

    • 3 1/2 Syns - Cadburys Highlights Chocolate Mousse

    • 5 Syns - Cadburys Caramel Freddo

    • 2 1/2 Syns - 1 McVities Jaffa Cake (Tesco Own brand are 2 Syns though)

    • 4 1/2 Syns [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]-1 Cadburys Highlights Chocolate Brownie Packet Mix made as directed (the Muffin Mix gives the same value too :))[/FONT][/FONT]

    • [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]3 Syns -[/FONT][/FONT][FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]1 Cadburys Highlights Caramel Mallow Teacake (Orange is the same)[/FONT][/FONT]

    • [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif]3 1/2 Syns - 1 Cadburys Highlights Chocolate Cookie Crunch Biscuit (Orange is the same[/FONT][/FONT]
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    There's tonnes more but I know choccie treats tend to be the things on top of everyones must have list!

    Sorry this turned into a super essay lol :rofl:
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  2. leedsforever

    leedsforever Kerry!

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    brilliant.... love this thread :)

    I find an easy filling lunch is just scrambled egg... with a little skimmed milk on your 2 toast... (healthy extra b)

    Eggs are great for filling you up :)

    quorn sausages are fab and so are the burgers especially the quarter pounders... :lol: but think they are like 4 and 1/2 syns... and the sw chips are a god send :yipee:
    I do them slightly different though and part boil them first :)
    I dont like quorn mince though.. so was super disappointed as I LOVE spag bol, but of course it can be done on a EE day with extra lean mince :)
     
  3. Lexi's Mummy

    Lexi's Mummy Linzi xx

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    how many syns a day are you aloud?? xx
     
  4. leedsforever

    leedsforever Kerry!

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    between 10 and 15 syns :)
     
  5. babezone

    babezone Well-Known Member

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    lol al we need now is sum1 to do a weight watchers reciepe thred lol xx

    how are u doin on sw hun u findin it beter then cd x
     
  6. lozzy21

    lozzy21 Mummy to Niamh

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    Snack-a-jacks, the big chocolate ones are great for a chocolate fix. Also skinny cow ice lollys, cant remeber the syns and i cant get online as iv been a bad girl and not gone for a few weeks but i think there both less than 5 and a half each.
     
  7. alice&bump

    alice&bump mummy to katie

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    kerry have you tried soya mince? thats tonnes nicer than quorn mince!
     
  8. leedsforever

    leedsforever Kerry!

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    no i havent tried it...?!?

    is it still free? can you get it from the supermarket?
     
  9. tasha41

    tasha41 Mum & Dad + 1

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    I have a Weight Watchers cookbook :) Maybe if I decide to start using it I'll post the good/successful recipes..
     

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