Extra Easy: Ideas for 0/low syn savoury snacks

Discussion in 'Slimming World Recipes' started by haileyhaiz, 14 February 2014.

  1. haileyhaiz

    haileyhaiz Well-Known Member

    I've got the snack book from class but there's so much in there I don't know where to start?

    Just want some ideas for 0/low syn savoury snacks. I love my crisps and have seen about making your own in the microwave? Has anyone tried this??
  2. PeggyDee

    PeggyDee Well-Known Member

    I also crave savoury snacks, I find julienned carrots and cucumber just don't cut it for me. As a South African I love biltong which is syn free, very spicy and also very filling, so tiny quantities satisfy the craving. Many non SA's don't like it but give if you think you could like it give it a try. I also keep some slices of ham in the fridge but try not to dig in too often. Pickled onions with cheese (either synned or as my HEA) also hit the spot. Boiled eggs with a sprinkle of salt, or better still on a ryvita (HEB) spread with marmite.
    But I will be watching this thread with interest because savoury snacks are my downfall.
  3. Happy Holidays

    Happy Holidays Well-Known Member

    How about making syn free houmous & having that with say carrots or on toast as part of hexb, or I'm sure you could find something to have it with.

    Struggling what else to suggest other than keep soup to hand.

    Oh another thought on the chickpea basis falafels, now they are yummy & can be made syn free, oh & butter bean burgers, butter beans are super free;)
  4. haileyhaiz

    haileyhaiz Well-Known Member

    Thanks will try these! Just need something I can take to work just incase, tesco is to easy to nip to and buy something naughty so least if I go prepared I'll be fine lol
  5. Happy Holidays

    Happy Holidays Well-Known Member

    I forgot to say I make mini butter bean burgers which are bite size, if you've never tried them definately worth a go, they are so yummy.
  6. kerryb83

    kerryb83 Active Member

    Sounds delicious, do you have the recipe?
  7. Happy Holidays

    Happy Holidays Well-Known Member


    1 tin butter beans
    6 cream crackers (2 syns each, Sainsburys are 1.5 syns each)
    1 egg
    60 grms cheese

    crush cream crackers, mash butter beans, put everything in a tub & mix together, make burger size patties & bake in the oven for 30 mins;)

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