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Oopsies - great alternative to bread (and free!)

Discussion in 'Slimming World Recipes' started by Sarah10098, 11 March 2014 Social URL.

  1. Sarah10098

    Sarah10098 Well-Known Member

    My friend found this recipe on her mission to doing slimming world as a coeliac and I have to say - they are delicious!

    Ingredients (Makes around 12)
    4 eggs
    3/4 tub of quark
    Pinch of salt

    Method
    1. Separate the eggs and whisk the whites until forming stiff peaks
    2. In a separate bowl, mix the egg yolks, salt and quark together.
    3. Fold the egg whites into the quark mixture.
    4. I find that if you use a Yorkshire pudding tray, they work out best, so in each bit, spray some frylight and put a dollop of mixture in each section of the tray. Put in oven (on around gas mark 5) for 15-20 minutes.

    They work great as using them as bread (I often put ham and tomatoes in between 2 oopsies to make a sandwich), or even to have with curry, or to mop up gravy on a nice Sunday dinner!

    You can also put in sweetener instead of salt, for a sweet alternative and then put them with fruit and yoghurt

    Enjoy! :)
     
    Last edited: 13 March 2014
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  3. pootle1

    pootle1 Well-Known Member

    sounds delightful. I must try these x

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  4. Bunnylush

    Bunnylush Well-Known Member

    Oooo did you take a picture? They sound different :)
     
  5. Sarah10098

    Sarah10098 Well-Known Member

    I haven't but i'm making some more tomorrow so I'll make sure I post a picture :) xx
     
  6. pootle1

    pootle1 Well-Known Member

    looking forward to seeing what they look like and to try them x

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  7. Sarah10098

    Sarah10098 Well-Known Member

    Making some this afternoon so I'll definitely put a picture up today :) xxx
     
  8. Sarah10098

    Sarah10098 Well-Known Member

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    Oopsies x
     
  9. beachbabetobe13

    beachbabetobe13 Well-Known Member

    Trying these :)
     
  10. pootle1

    pootle1 Well-Known Member

    they look delicious. im definitely going to try them xx

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  11. PatchworkPuss

    PatchworkPuss Well-Known Member

    also known as cloud bread lol. I keep meaning to try it but never get around to it as I've no patience for separating eggs and beating whites lol x
     
  12. Bunnylush

    Bunnylush Well-Known Member

    Don't they come out like omlette not bread ?
     
  13. Sarah10098

    Sarah10098 Well-Known Member

    Kind of, it's a strange texture! I just use them as an alternative to bread so I can still have sandwiches and mopping up gravy etc .. definitely don't taste like bread! Lol.
    There is and potato bread recipe I can put up which is lovely and works out as 20 syns a loaf but makes about 20 slices so only 1 syn a slice if you prefer the bread texture xx
     
  14. Sarah10098

    Sarah10098 Well-Known Member

    Patchwork puss I didn't know that lol! Just got the recipe off my friend and she always calls them oopsies lol either way I love them! X
     
  15. beachbabetobe13

    beachbabetobe13 Well-Known Member

    Love the name oopsies...would also love the other recipe if you don't mind posting? Thanks :)
     
  16. Sarah10098

    Sarah10098 Well-Known Member

    No problem! I'll have a look for it now and post it in here for u xx
     
  17. Sarah10098

    Sarah10098 Well-Known Member

    I've added the screen shots for the recipe below ... I'm a little Confused because I'd work it out as more syns when I've looked but consultant and other group members swear by 20 syns.
    Either way you choose what you syn It as Hun and it's still low per slice compared to bread xx

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  18. beachbabetobe13

    beachbabetobe13 Well-Known Member

    That's fab,thankyou. Think this will be good with homemade soup :) xx
     

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