If you’re looking for a proper British slimming world dinner, you’ve come to the right place. Every since I can remember I’ve been having spag bol and loving it. I’m pretty sure it’s been made at least once within every home in the UK, right?
A nice slimming world dinner doesn’t mean it has to be bland, plain or totally boring. I know a few people think a spaghetti bolognese is basic and not all that, I disagree. You can add so much flavouring into the dish and any veg you want.
We love to add veg into ours and it packs it out so much! We have onions, peppers, mushrooms, shredded carrots and so much more into ours. Depending on if we have guests or not depends on what we put in them. I will also say if you don’t like mushrooms, we cut them so small that you wouldn’t even know they’re there!
Does you add any other vegetables into your meals? If so, what and in what meals?
The Best Slimming World Spaghetti Bolognese Recipe
If you want a slimming world spag bol recipe that’s bursting with flavour and will leave you full to the brim after, this is the one. I always find myself making too much and end up using it for a nifty slimming world lunch as well.
I make sure to season my dish, don’t be shy using them because it’s going to elevate the dinner and have everyone asking if there’s anymore! You won’t need loads of salt however because I always salt the water before putting the pasta in.
So when it comes to spaghetti Bolognese ingredients there’s so much that you can do. I have heard of slimming world spaghetti bolognese with celery if you want to give that a try, personally I’m not a big fan of the stuff!
I will also say adding vibrant veg can really help lift the dish. As you can see below before adding any veg it looks rather boring, however after it looks a lot more appealing and I actually want to eat it! One thing I will say is I like to use yellow or red peppers, I am not a fan of green.
Cheap Spaghetti Bolognese Recipe
These days I feel that everyone is looking to save a little money and I’m the total same! Whenever I make a meal plan I look at how I can save money on my food shop. Is it cheaper to make some yummy slimming world chips from scratch or should I buy a bag of frozen oven chips? Normally I make my own!
Budget meals are something that should be made available to everyone. Money gets tight, some months we have enough of it and other months there’s hardly any left, I’ve been there and still go there and there’s nothing wrong with that at all! Saving money in the kitchen is smart!
Making cheap and healthy meals is super important, this dish only costs £3.40 to make which is great. If you’re following a strict shopping list it’ll help you save money in the long run and trust me you’ll thank me. Do you use a meal plan?
How Many Syns In Slimming World Spaghetti Bolognese
You might be thinking, ohh spaghetti and all that yummy goodness means I’m going to have to use loads of syns. Not quite, this healthy slimming world dinner, well this slimming world dinner has ZERO syns! That’s amazing right!
Low Syn and Syn Free dinners are my favourites to be fair, I love this low syn slimming world cottage pie recipe and so should you! You can make so much on the slimming world journey but I feel people don’t always have access to these recipes unless they have to buy several slimming world cookbooks and even they aren’t the best.
Equipment Used In This Recipe
I used several bits in this recipe that I think everyone should be using. These are affiliate links, it doesn’t cost you any extra to use them but it does help me out. At the same time, you can make some amazing Slimming World’s Recipes.
Slimming World Spag Bol Recipe Card
So this recipe makes a decent amount but if you’re looking to feed a large amount just double the recipe. It’s a really simple and easy slimming world dinner recipe and is pretty much foolproof. I know people make slimming world spaghetti bolognese with wine although I don’t.
Don’t forget you will need to include the cheese as part of your syns, if you’re looking to eat even healthier then I would suggest leaving the cheese off your dinner, however, I can’t live without a bit of naughty!
Slimming World Spaghetti Bolognese Recipe
- Large Deep Frying Pan
- Pasta Strainer
- 500 g Extra Lean Beef Mince
- 500 g Passata You can use Chopped Tomatoes
- 2 Medium Carrots Peeled and Grated
- 1 Large Onion Diced
- 1 Medium Pepper Deseeded and Sliced
- 1 Clove Garlic Crushed
- 1 Packet Spaghetti Can use pasta shapes if preferred
- 1 Beef Stock Cube
- 2 tbsp Tomato Puree
- 1 tsp Dried Oregano
- 1 tsp Dried Rosemary
- 1 tsp Thyme
- Salt and Pepper
- Peel and dice the onion, add the onion into the frying pan with some Frylight to start cooking on a medium heat.
- Peel and grate the carrots, now cut the pepper, remove the seeds and slice the pepper. Set aside for later.
- Once the onions are starting to go translucent, add the garlic and the mince beef. Cook together until the beef is browned.
- Now add the stock cube and mix until it is all combined.
- Add the tomato puree and cook for 2 minutes, while it is cooking, mix the beef mixture until the tomato puree is fully combined.
- Add the carrots and peppers into the mixture and mix well.
- Add the passata, herbs, pepper and a little salt, then mix around and leave to simmer on a medium heat.
- While the bolganse sauce is cooking, in a large saucepan, fill half way with water and bring to the boil.
- Add the spaghetti, a little salt and cook until the pasta is cooked, follow the packet instructions. Once the pasta is cooked, drain it.
- Portion the pasta between the 4 portions, top with the bolognese sauce, and enjoy.
|Beef Mince (5% Fat)||500 g||750 kcal||£2.59|
|Passata||500 g||125 kcal||£0.40|
|Carrots||100 g||40 kcal||£0.02|
|Onion||1 Large||80 kcal||£0.12|
|Pepper (Red or Orange)||1||32 kcal||£0.27|
|Garlic||1 Clove||0 kcal||£0.02|
|Thyme (Dried)||1 tsp||1 kcal||£0.01|
|Rosemary (Dried)||1 tsp||4 kcal||£0.01|
|Oregano (Dried)||1 tsp||3 kcal||£0.01|
|Tomato Puree||3 tbsp||10 kcal||£0.04|
|Spaghetti||500 g||775 kcal||£0.45|
|Stock Cube||1||8 kcal||£0.03|
|PER SERVING||457 kcal||£0.85|
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