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Dessert Ideas please! my sweet tooth is a calling!

Discussion in 'Slimming World Recipes' started by Lightbulb31, 27 June 2014 Social URL.

  1. Lightbulb31

    Lightbulb31 Member

    Hi There

    anyone have any tasty dessert ideas? anything in particular will do, although i do have some hot choc options sachets that i would like to use if i can somehow?

    many thanks! xx
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  3. jen3

    jen3 Silver Member

    Mix the options sachet in to a tub of quark and have it over fruit or just dip slices of fruit in it
  4. willfitskinnyjeans

    willfitskinnyjeans Gold Member

    There's some great terrine recipes about there free. There a set yogurt/jelly fruit desert.

    I believe meringue is quite low in syns.

    I like a warmed Allen light choc fudge with chopped banana or strawberry on it
  5. Lightbulb31

    Lightbulb31 Member

    Oh yum the terrine sounds good will see if I can find the recipe. also the choc fudge as well, is that a cereal? Also do you know how many syns the choc fudge would be? Thanks x :0)
  6. willfitskinnyjeans

    willfitskinnyjeans Gold Member

    It's alpen light or aldi do a much cheaper version you can have 2 as hex
  7. willfitskinnyjeans

    willfitskinnyjeans Gold Member

    It's a cereal bar that's on the hex list. X
  8. Lightbulb31

    Lightbulb31 Member

    That's great thanks, will also give the quark a go when I can find it in the shops! Lol thanks x
  9. Samantha26

    Samantha26 Silver Member

    I've started buying the tescos finest meringue nest (2.5 syns) break it up and add to sweetened quark with fresh blueberries and strawberries - healthy eaton mess :)
  10. Lemontella

    Lemontella Full Member

    I picked this recipe up in class last night!

    Total Greek 0% or Muller of your choice
    1 crumbled meringue nest
    chopped berries of your choice

    Line a teacup with cling film, mix all ingredients together and fill the teacup
    Twist clingfilm to seal the top and freeze for 1 - 1.5 hours
    Serve with more chopped fruit and enjoy!

    Approx. 3 syns (depending on the meringues used)
  11. RosiePops

    RosiePops Gold Member


    Currently munching my way through this! Fresh peaches, a mini meringue (2.5) with fat free yoghurt (mixed in a little sweetener and vanilla) x
  12. Lightbulb31

    Lightbulb31 Member

    ooohh yum! I love meringue! thanks ladies, will definitely be trying these. Think I will give the frozen one a try first! thanks again x
  13. Lightbulb31

    Lightbulb31 Member

    Something I did the other night that I saw on line which was quite nice was blobbing drops of muller light on to a baking tray and popping it in to the freezer and it makes frozen buttons! they melt in your mouth, yum!
  14. gemmaer

    gemmaer Member

    This sounds AMAZING - so making these tonight! Thanks!
  15. nicolajr1986

    nicolajr1986 Full Member

    I like to put the muller light banana and custard in the ice cream maker and keep stirring it ill you get ice cream :)
  16. RosiePops

    RosiePops Gold Member

    Fab idea! Just saw it on the Sainsburys advert and they put a slice of strawberry on it too!
  17. Lightbulb31

    Lightbulb31 Member

    oooh that's a good idea, will give that a go. yum! x
  18. Joannelouise81

    Joannelouise81 Silver Member

    Oooooh I may actually have this for breakfast (the Alpen light ones with banana yummy)

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  19. marie_22490

    marie_22490 Member

    Last night I had a jelly (1/2 syn), muller light, strawberrys and 3 mini meringues (3 syn). Was lovely and a huge bowl for only 3.5 syns.

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