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Slimming World Low Syn Baked Meatballs

Slimming World Low Syn Baked Meatballs

For another Italian recipe, these Slimming World Low Syn Baked Meatballs are a perfect. As these baked meatballs are easy and simple to make, they would be great as a starter, a tapas dish or as I do them, a main course.  You can buy some low fat meatballs, these work out at 6 meatballs for 1 syn.  You can always make your own using minced meat and some herbs.  Of course, if you want to use any other meatballs, then that is down to you, just remember to syn them accordingly.

Slimming World Low Syn Baked Meatballs

When you make an Italian dish such as baked meatballs, these are perfect to be served with pasta or even in a bowl with some nice bread to mop up the sauce, even serve the meatballs in a little dish with a hearty salad, would be perfect for the summer time.

Fancy making something else? Then why not check out my other recipes here.

As this is a baked meatballs recipe, it would make perfect sense to have a great oven dish to cook with. I have to be honest and say that my oven dishes are usually Pyrex, this is by choice. When I am asked for Christmas or birthday gift ideas, I always fall to what I want to need in the kitchen.




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Slimming World Syn Free Baked Meatballs
If you like meatballs, then these Slimming World Syn Free Baked Meatballs are calling your name. Simple to make, all in one oven proof dish to cook and serve with some al dente pasta.
Slimming World Low Syn Baked Meatballs
Prep Time 5 Mins
Cook Time 40 Mins
Servings
People
Ingredients
Prep Time 5 Mins
Cook Time 40 Mins
Servings
People
Ingredients
Slimming World Low Syn Baked Meatballs
Instructions
  1. Pre heat the oven to 160 degrees.
  2. Sliced up the pepper and diced the onion. Spray a large frying pan with Frylight and soften the peppers and onions until golden brown. Add the crushed garlic and cook off before moving to the next step.
  3. Once the onions and peppers are cooked, add the tin of chopped tomatoes, dried Italian herbs and stir.
  4. Pour thé mixture into an oven proof dish, add the uncooked meatballs and place in the over for 35 - 40 minutes, until the meatballs are cooked.




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If you like your tomato sauce that little bit spicy, then why not add some fresh chilli, just remember to only add enough and not enough to blow your head off. Let me know if you have trie this recipe, it would be good to see how yours turn out too.


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One Comment

  1. Jenny Hughes

    I made these for the family – but skipped out on the bread for myself to try and avoid the carbss. The rest of the family had them with tiger bread and some pasta. We followed your guide and they were delightful. Thanks from the Hughes family, especially the hubby.

     

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