5 Slimming World Friendly Dinner Recipes

5 Slimming World Friendly Dinner Recipes That Will Help You Stay On Track!

When following Slimming World, it can be easy to feel like you’re missing out on food. The weekly structure of your meals and snacks can make it seem like you’re giving up quite a lot. But, there are some great recipes out there that will help you stay on track with your dieting goals! Here are five of our favorite dinner recipes that are perfect if you’re following Slimming World!

Chicken, Bacon, and Cheese Spaghetti

With over 6 Weight Watchers Freestyle points per serving, Chicken, Bacon, and Cheese Spaghetti are excellent options for an easy dinner. For more spaghetti recipes, check out our Pasta & Noodles Collection. This recipe makes four servings at 5 Freestyle Points each. The spaghetti dish pictured above has been topped with two teaspoons of reduced-fat shredded cheddar cheese (1/2 point). If you’re looking to save even more calories, you can use low-fat or fat-free chicken bacon instead of regular bacon. Additionally, using less pasta will help keep your serving size in check, while adding extra vegetables like broccoli or spinach can add volume without increasing calories too much. Or, if you’re craving meatless Monday, leave out the chicken and replace it with beans or lentils to make it vegetarian-friendly.

Saucy Burgers with Crispy Onion Rings

Burgers are a portion of classic comfort food, but they’re often loaded with calories and fat, thanks to over-processed beef. Swap out ground beef for ground turkey or chicken to make a lower-calorie meal. The flavor will be slightly different than beef burgers—chicken burgers tend to be milder—, but if you add plenty of veggies like onions and zucchini, you’ll barely notice. Saucy burgers pair perfectly with crispy onion rings on top! Each serving has around 605 calories and 1g of sync (if you use low syn breadcrumbs). Enjoy it on any day of your diet. Just skip different sides such as fries or nachos to keep within daily allowances. This recipe serves four people.

Start by preheating your oven to 200 degrees Celsius/400 degrees Fahrenheit. If you don’t have an ovenproof frying pan, transfer these ingredients into an ovenproof dish instead before cooking them in the frying pan. Spray a frying pan with Frylight and heat until hot. Add two tablespoons of oil and all of your vegetables and cook for about 10 minutes until soft. Meanwhile, mix flour, eggs, milk, and seasoning in a bowl before stirring in your cooked vegetables. Once combined well, pour the mixture into a heated frying pan and two slices of ham, which should be torn up beforehand into small pieces to fit better into burger buns later on once cooked!

Chicken Katsu Curry

Succulent chicken filets coated in a crispy, crunchy panko crumb are so delicious that it’s hard to stop at just one. The combination of flavors works extremely well together, and you have your choice of meal accompaniments with these depending on how many signs you have left for your weekly allowance. This is a straightforward dish to make and will please everyone from young to old. Total syn value: 7.7 per serving ___________________________________________________________________________ Chicken Tikka Masala: This classic recipe is extremely tasty with aromatic spices used in abundance, making it one of our favorites here at Slimming Eats HQ, but perhaps not for those watching their weight!

One-Pot Cajun Chicken Pasta

This recipe is low-sugar and packed with flavor – Cajun spiced chicken simmered in a spicy tomato-based sauce and served over pasta with green beans. The combination of pepper and smoked paprika will give it a pinch of spice and some bitter flavor that goes perfectly with creamy béchamel sauce. Each serving contains less than six sons per person, is packed full of protein and offers an excellent combination of textures. I guarantee you won’t be able to get enough of it! Oh, did I mention it’s super easy to make? Yes… yes, it is 😉 Enjoy xoxo!

Savory Egg Muffins

I love to make these savory egg muffins in individual portions. It means you can put them in a container and store them until they are needed, perfect for quick, on-the-go breakfasts and snacks. Plus, they’re so easy to whip up with minimal ingredients, meaning they’re ideal if you don’t have much time to spend in your kitchen in the morning. Egg muffins also give you an outstanding balance of protein and carbohydrates, which keeps you full for longer than just a bowl of cereal or toast.

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