Stewed fruit

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  1. shrinki

    shrinki Gold Member

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    Morning, I'd like to cook some apples and plums to serve with low fat custard (which I'll syn).

    This is the list of ingredients - apples, plums, juice of one orange, orange zest, ground cinnamon and water. Is it still free if it's cooked?

    Thanks for your help.
     
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    Cooked fruit has syns in, and the orange juice will also need to be synned-not sure of the syn values off top of my head but I'm sure someone will come along with the answer :)

    http://www.minimins.com/slimming-world-weight-loss-diary/187905-jos-journey-infinity-beyond.html
     
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    once you change fruit ie cooking it/stewing it/mashing it it changes the fruits chemicals in it and then they are syned! I would just cut the fruit up then it is free x
     
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    Oh - glad I checked! I just checked and 100g pureed is 2 syns (syn free fresh). Apples 85g stewed without sugar is 1.5 syns. I think I will make the baked apple and blackberry recipe from this months SW magazine and serve with WW vanilla yog instead of custard. I am craving cooked fruit now! Thanks for your help.
     
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