Many people follow the Slimming World diet plan and enjoy syn free desserts as part of their calorie-controlled diet.
I also take great care of my diet. Not for weight-control reasons but, because I have multiple sclerosis and certain foods can aggravate my condition.
Syn Free Desserts
You may ask why there is a need for syn free desserts. If someone is concerned about their weight, surely, foregoing desserts is a very small inconvenience.
However, I may not be the best person to pass judgement on the benefits or otherwise of diet compatible desserts. Because, I have a weight problem of my own.
My difficulty with body weight, is maintaining a healthy weight despite having an autoimmune disease. My weight tends toward the unhealthily slim.
But, people do enjoy a sweet pudding for a pleasant change. And, provided the consumption of these sugar-rich “treats” are kept in moderation, there should be no reason to stop.
If I get too worried about my gaunt appearance, I will binge on unhealthy, sticky cake and puddings, until my facial appearance start to become more rounded.
Slimming World Friendly Chocolate Brownies
I love chocolate but, I have lactose intolerance and have to limit my chocolate binges to plain, dark chocolate.
However, Latoyah’s recipe for these chocolate brownies does not use flour, so there are no gluten worries.
Amazing Syn Free Lemon Meringue Pie
This would be a rare treat in our household. Lemon Meringue Pie is absolutely delicious and I don’t know why we don’t have it more often.
This is a super simple recipe, so there is no reason why we shouldn’t be making this delicious dessert more often.
Syn Free American Pancakes
My problem with this recipe for Syn Free American Pancakes is that I love to serve pancakes drizzled with oodles of syrup or honey. Which kind of negates the syn free element of the recipe.
Apparently, 100% pure maple syrup is only 2 syns so you can enjoy these delightful pancakes with a clear conscience.
Slimming World Curly Wurly Brownies
Curly Wurlies are a blast from the past. I remember munching on these chewy sweeties on my way to school. And that was more years ago than I am prepared to admit.
Chocolate brownies are delicious and these curly wurly versions are just a little bit special.
Half Syn Raspberry Roulade
Raspberries are, like all fruit, very healthy. This raspberry roulade is a particularly delicious way to enjoy one of your five a day.
This recipe calls for quark, a high-protein low-fat substitute for cream. This has the added advantage of keeping this recipe dairy-free.
Slimming World Rice Pudding
There is nothing quite as comforting as a big bowl of creamed rice pudding.
Lucy uses skimmed milk to keep her recipe syn free. But, that doesn’t keep it dairy-free, a personal requirement of mine.
Strawberry and Vanilla Waffles
I love waffles, a taste I have had to cultivate since deciding I need to try a Whole30 session.
Furthermore, these strawberry and vanilla waffles are a sweet, dessert idea you can indulge without risking your weight-loss goals.
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