Now for something a little bit different, if you have a little bit of sweet tooth, but don’t dare chance a cake, well this Slimming World Apple Strudel is the perfect answer, especially as it’s coming is at the princely sum of 2 syns per serving!!
We all know how difficult it can be to start on plan, especially if you have a sugar craving and feel like eating your body weight in sweets / chocolate, I know I have certainly have wanted to before. To get around some of the sugar cravings, having these amazing Slimming World Apple Strudel s prepared, then you can cook them and have a slice as and when you are ready.
As they are made with the Weight Watchers wraps, there is no pastry involved here.
Sweets and desserts can be a challenge on Slimming World, but with these alternatives hopefully you can literally have your cake and eat it!!
Apple Strudel Recipe
Slimming World Low Syn Apple Turnover
- 1 Weight Watchers Wraps
- 180 g Large Cooking Apple 3 Syns
- 1 Egg beaten
- 1/4 tsp Cinnamon
- 2 tsp Sweetener
- Peel and chop the apples, removing the core.
- Place the apple into a microwavable bowl, and sprinkle with the cinnamon and sweetener
- Add a tablespoon of water, cover the bowl with cling film and cook in the microwave for 3 minutes or until the apple starts to soften, but not until it is mush.
- Take the wrap and cut it in half.
- Place half of the cooked apple on one side of each half (Don’t get too close to the edges
- Brush the edge of the wrap with the beaten egg, and fold in half
- Crimp the edges of the wrap using the back of a fork to lock in the apple mixture.
- Place the two parcels on a baking tray that has been sprayed with Frylight, then brush the outside of the parcels with the beaten egg
- Sprinkle with some sweetener, and bake for 10 minutes at 200°C or until they are golden brown
If you make these the day before, you can re-heat them up in the oven, just sprinkle a little water on top of the pasty so it doesn’t go hard, alternatively you can prepare these the day before and keep them in the fridge until you need to use them. The strudel can be eaten hot or cold, so perfect for desserts, snacks, pic-nics or parties, and if yours go down anything like mine did, people will be coming back for them time and time again, they will be surprised at how much nicer they are than the pastry version.
If you have tried these pasties, let me know your thoughts, if you have changed the recipe, what did you do and how did they turn out? I will show you some other recipes of these pasties that I make.
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