Snacking on slimming world can be difficult, I’m not going to lie the amount of times I’ve wanted chocolate or naughty food is unreal. I think I have a solution, a nice cheesy solution with this Slimming World Cheese and Onion Pasty (Syn Free).
Slimming World Cheese and Onion Pasty
These Slimming World Cheese and Onion Pasty (Syn Free) are great for everyone, packed full of flavour and no pasty in sight! I’ve heard some people call it a slimming world cheese and onion pie but that’s not what it is, instead it’s like a naughty snack and just the right amount of goodness to keep everyone happy!
Syns In Slimming World Cheese and Onion Pasties?
These cheese and onion pasties are totally syn free if you’re using your healthy extras as part of the recipe, otherwise, you will have to syn them. So to keep the Slimming World Cheese and Onion Pasty syn free, you will have to use the wrap and cheese as your healthy extras, otherwise the pasty will be 6 syns, which isn’t bad at all, compared to a shop bought one.
If you wanted to make smaller ones, then all you need to do is cut the wrap in half and make quarters in exactly the same method. Which means you can enjoy them for longer without the added guilt!
I have created a few different Slimming World Pasties, you should check them out: Ham, Cheese and Pepper, Chicken and Sweetcorn and even a Tuna Melt. They all use the same methods and fake pastry alternative.
Slimming World Cheese and Onion Pasties Recipe
Slimming World Cheese and Onion Pasty (Syn Free)
- 2 Weight Watchers Wraps
- 2 medium Potatoes Peeled and roughly chopped
- 1 small Onion Diced
- 80 g Reduced Fat Cheese
- 1 medium Egg Beaten
- Pre-heat the oven to 200°C.
- Chop up the Potato and dice up the onion, place into a saucepan and boil until the potatoes are soft.
- Mash the potatoes and onion until smooth.
- Add the cheese into the mash and mix together.
- On one half of the wrap, place half of the mixture into the wrap.
- Brush the exposed side of the wrap and all around the edges with the beaten egg.
- Fold the wrap in half and press down around the edge, trapping in the ingredients. Crimp the edges of the pasty using the back of a fork.
- Place the pasties on a baking tray sprayed with Frylight. Brush the outside of the pasty with beaten egg.
- Bake in the oven for 12 – 15 mins.
- Once cooked, cut in half and enjoy. Remember they insides will be hot.
You can make these the day before, they can be reheated in the oven, just sprinkle a little water on top of the pasty so they don’t go hard. These pasties can be eaten hot or cold, so they are perfect for lunches, snacks, picnics or parties, and if yours go down anything as mine did, people will be coming back for the pasties 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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