Does anyone have a low syn cheese sauce recipe?

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  1. shrinking-sarah

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    Hi I'm making a lasagne type dish with meatballs but I need a low syn cheese/white sauce recipe. Anyone want to share????? I was thinking quark, fromage frais, mustard but not sure if it would have a cheesy tatse. (I've used 5 syns so far today)
     
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    If you do a search in this forum for 'cheese sauce' there are around 20 recipes listed
     
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    Colmans packet cheese sauce is only 8 syns per packet enough for 4 servings. i used this on my lasagne may help its made with water.
     
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    I use a tub of quark, some milk, mustard and tobasco sauce all whizzed up for my cheeze sauce for lasagne! If you count the milk as a HE then its all free :)

    You only need enough milk to make the texture smoother so you can judge this yourself!
     
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    I use the standard SW lasagne sauce which is (for a lasagne for 4):

    525g fat free natural yoghurt
    2 eggs - lightly beaten
    Pinch of nutmeg

    This isn't a cheesey sauce but very nice and totally free.
    You could add 6 oz of low fat cheddar to this which would be 1 HexA per person.


    Alternatively I have made a cheese sauce using:

    500g cottage cheese
    2 beaten eggs
    1 tsp mustard powder

    Either push the cottage cheese through a sieve or blitzed for a few seconds to get the lumps out.

    Again not hugely cheesey but really nice
     
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    I just use the Asda packet mix which is 9.5 syns. You make it with water, where as a lot of the others you have to add milk
     
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    Morrisons instant cheese sauce is 5 syns, I read this on another thread so you may want to check it. But 2.5 syns isn't bad for half a packet of cheesy goodness :0)
     
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    Come on gals - get cooking, you can do it syn free. Bin those packet mixes which are full of e-numbers and salt!
     
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    There is another thread on here about this......
    Free & Easy dairy free cheese flavour sauce mix, available from Tesco, Morrison.
    Worth a look?
     
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