If you’re looking for something healthy to make for dinner that everyone is going to love, I’d suggest trying this low syn chicken, potato, vegetable traybake! It’s one of the favourite meals that I cook and both my partner and myself love it.
There are loads of slimming world dinner recipes out there that in my opinion, aren’t that nice. This chicken traybake recipe is just the thing you need to feel full and not guilty after enjoying. So if you’re looking for chicken and vegetable tray bake recipes, you’ve found one.
Slimming World Roast Chicken and Vegetable Traybake
This slimming world chicken tray bake recipe is super easy to make and taste so good. I’ve made it a few times now and am now only just getting round to telling everyone about it which is totally selfish of me!
Slimming world meals can be hard to come by, I’ve found a lot of slimming world dinner recipes can have loads of ingredients in them or take forever to chop it all up. This is a one pot slimming world meal. All you need to do is cook everything in the oven and it’s done!
It’s a really simple traybake to make, in terms of one pot chicken traybakes go, this one is a winner. I will admit that I add a lot of chicken in mine so that there’s an even ratio as well. Slimming world chicken dinners are my favourite, you should try this slimming world chicken and pea risotto recipe!
Slimming World Chicken Tray Bake Syns
If you’re looking for something that is totally syn free so that you can enjoy it totally guilt free, I’ve found the best syn free chicken dinner for you! Yes, this is a syn free chicken traybake that you can enjoy, mount them veggies onto your plate and fill yourself right up.
If you’re looking for something to go with this slimming world one pot meal, I would suggest these air fried slimming world chips, they are syn free chips, taste amazing and compliment the dish really well.
The best thing about this dinner recipe is that you don’t really need anything fancy to make it. Make sure you have a decent roasting dish to go into the oven and maybe get yourself a special knife set but other than that you should have everything you need.
Slimming World Roast Chicken Traybake
Not only is this dish super healthy, syn free and tastes and smells amazing but everyone will love it. Some tips I would throw out there for this recipe. Make sure you cut your tomatoes in half, otherwise they will spit when you cut into them after they are on your plate and they can burn.
Don’t cut your vegetables too thick otherwise, they won’t cook in time and you’ll be left with amazing chicken but undercooked vegetables and no one wants that for dinner. Also, make sure you cover your vegetables mainly with sauce so that you have an even cook all over.
Let me know what you think about the recipe. Have you made this slimming world chicken dish before or are you a first timer? Personally, I can’t get enough of slimming world dinners but my partner is always wanting to try new slimming world sweet treats like these Slimming World Chocolate Chip Banana Muffins Recipe!
Sauce for the Traybake
If you are wanting to speed things up when cooking and think that grabbing a sauce from the shelf in the supermarket is a good idea, please reconsider. The reason I say this is that these sauces in the supermarket are packed full of syns that you may have not thought about.
If you grab a Homepride cooking sauce or pasta bake sauce, these would work for this recipe, it would mean you don’t been the passata and spices, BUT this will mean that you need to add 22.5 syns to the meal!! Yes, they can be and are that high!
Slimming World Chicken Traybake
- Large Roasting TIn
- Good Wuality Knife
- 400 g Diced Skinless Chicken
- 500 g New Potatoes Cut in half
- 500 g Passata
- 250 g Carrots
- 250 g Butternut Squash
- 2 Peppers
- 2 Onions
- 1 Clove Garlic Crushed
- ½ tsp Caynne Pepper
- ½ tsp Chilli Flakes
- Preheat oven to 180°C, 400°F, Gas Mark 6
- Add water to a pan and put it on to boil.
- Peel and chop the vegetables into bite sized pieces.
- Add the carrots and potatoes into the boiling water and cook until they are half cooked.
- Dice the chicken into bite sized pieces.
- Drain the carrots and potatoes and add to a large roasting tin, along with the other vegetables and chicken.
- Spray all the vegetables and chicken with some frylight and put into the oven for 25 minutes.
- After 25 minutes, add the passata and spices and mix everything together.
- Cook for another 25 – 35 minutes, or until the vegetables and chicken are all cooked through.
- Serve and enjoy.
|Chicken Breast||400 g||454 kcal||£2.64|
|Butternut Squash||250 g||100 kcal||£0.34|
|New Potatoes||500 g||340 kcal||£0.43|
|Passata||500 g||125 kcal||£0.40|
|Carrots||250 g||80 kcal||£0.04|
|Onion||2 medium||80 kcal||£0.12|
|Pepper (Red/Orange/Green)||2||64 kcal||£0.54|
|Garlic||1 Clove||0 kcal||£0.02|
|Cayenne Pepper||½ tsp||3 kcal||£0.05|
|Chilli Flakes||½ tsp||3 kcal||£0.05|
|PER SERVING||312 kcal||£0.96|
If you loved this recipe as much as I did make sure you add it onto Pinterest so that everyone can enjoy it. It’s great for slimming world dinner parties or if you want to just impress the family with your new cooking skills. Everyone will think it took forever to make, but it can be our secret.