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How do I make syn free pizza?

Discussion in 'Slimming World Recipes' started by kevandju5, 12 November 2009 Social URL.

  1. kevandju5

    kevandju5 Maintaining

    I saw on here the other day that we can now have 57g of bread roll/pizza base, made from the Tesco wholemeal bread mix, as a HEXB.

    I've got my bread mix and I'm gonna make the dough in my bread machine... but I could do with some tips...

    How do I know the right quantity to make a 57g pizza base?

    Do I cook the base first, then add the toppings?

    Or does the dough bake with the toppings already on?

    Any help would be much appreciated as I'm really looking forward to pizza for tea!

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  3. xJox

    xJox Full Member

    I hope sum1 answers this post cos I need the same info :)

  4. Circes

    Circes Strutting her stuff

    According to Vixxster's thread 75g of bread mix will make a pizza base that is around 155g or in other words 2 x HEBs.

    Just follow the instructions on the side of the packet, adjusting the amount of water in line with the amount of bread mix you use.

    Then add your toppings and bake. Depending on what toppings you use you may want to cook them before you add them to the base eg chicken, bacon, onion, peppers.

    Enjoy your pizza.
  5. MrsDetermined

    MrsDetermined Better drink that water!

    Thanks for this.
  6. xxkatyxx

    xxkatyxx Member

    Hi sorry so if I use only 32g bread mix it will be 1HEB? Or does it not work like that? This is perfect!!
  7. kevandju5

    kevandju5 Maintaining

    Thanks, Circes!

    I did make pizzas last night. I guesstimated that roughly 120g of dough would be 2 HEXB. So is 155g the wet dough mix or the baked bread?
  8. mumlisa

    mumlisa Really wants to be thin!!


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