1.5 Syn Lo-Dough All Day Breakfast Pizza | Slimming World

A few members of our Facebook group were raving about Lo-Dough, so we did some digging, and Lo-Dough were kind enough to send us some to try!


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1.5 Syn all Day Breakfast Pizza recipe is below

For the full list of ingredients and comprehensive instructions, please see the recipe card at the end of this post. Before you scroll, there’s important stuff in the blurb 👍

Usually when I hear about a new healthy product being amazing, I take it with a big pinch of salt.

The last time I was bowled over by something new was Porky Lights and look how that turned out 🙈

So people have been raving about Lo-Dough. I don’t think I’ve ever wanted to hate a product more. When I say that I don’t mean in a bad way, I think I just didn’t want to get my hopes up.

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I will say this now – in my opinion, Lo-Dough is amazing & you should buy it. It makes the best Slimming World pizza base, hands down.

You can catch my recipe for the 1.5 Syn all Day Breakfast Pizza below!

What is Lo-Dough?

Lo-Dough isn’t quite bread, not quite a wrap, and makes an excellent Pizza base. It’s kinda all three, it’s like a hi-tech white bread.

It’s not as thin as a Weight Watchers white wrap, and it’s not as thick as a flat-bread. It’s in between the two.

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As you can see here I used it for a BLT, and it worked so well.

Lo-Dough has a light, airy texture, almost like a sponge. It works, as it isn’t that thick – any thicker and I don’t think I’d like it.

What does Lo-Dough taste of?

According to the Lo-Dough website, “It’s bread reinvented, a new way to enjoy the convenience and taste of bread with 90% less carbs and more fibre than the healthiest wholemeal loaf.”

I can tell you now, it tastes nothing like wholemeal bread. I don’t think that it tastes of much – which I think is a good thing.

How many Syns are in Lo-Dough?

There are just 39kcal in every piece of Lo-Dough. Seriously, just 39kcal.

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If you work on the 1 Syn per 20kcal rule – then it comes out at 2 Syns BUT until it appears on the Slimming World database we won’t know for sure.

I really hope Slimming World add it!

Please make sure to check the calculator and the Slimming World website.

How much is Lo-Dough?

Sadly, it’s is not cheap.

An introductory box will set you back £5 (including delivery), and a box of 14 pieces will set you back £28 (including delivery).

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I’ve been informed that each piece of Lo-Dough takes 8 hours to make, that is a looooooong time!

There’s also been an awful lot of research and development that’s gone into making it, so you can forgive the seemingly high price.

Considering delivery is included – it’s not bad at all really! That money that I’d spend on takeaways, I now spend on healthy treats, so I don’t mind spending a few extra pennies.

Where can I buy Lo-Dough?

For now, the only place you can buy Lo-Dough is via their website. It seems that word is spreading mind, so you better be quick if you want to snap some up!

There’s a handy little feature on their website that will notify you when they’re back in stock.

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The Lo-Dough website

Would I buy it again?

Yes, and I’ve already bought it again, twice even – it makes the best pizza (recipe below!).

It actually fills me up, unlike wholemeal bread, and with only 39kcal per piece – I’m quids in.

What would I use Lo-Dough for?

I’ve used it for two different things to far;

  • A BLT
  • An All day breakfast pizza

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Both were a success. I’ve included the recipe for the 1.5 Syn all Day Breakfast Pizza below.

Lo-Dough - The 2 Syn Pizza Base - Review | Slimming World

It really is something else. Sausage, tomato, mushrooms, balsamic red onions, beans and topped with rocket. Absolute heaven!
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portions 5 minutes 10 minutes



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122kcal 6

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1.5 Syns


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  1. Preheat your oven to 200°C
  2. Spray a frying pan with Frylight and heat. Fry the red onion until it begins to soften
  3. Add the tbsp of Balsamic Vinegar to the frying pan, and stir the onions so they're all coated. Continue to fry until the onions begin to brown then remove from the heat and set aside
  4. Place the Lo-Dough on an oven tray
  5. Top the Lo-Dough with the passata and cheese
  6. Add all your toppings (except the rocket), including the Balsamic red onion that you had set aside
  7. Season the pizza with black pepper, and place in the oven for 8-10 minutes
  8. Remove from the oven and place your handful of rocket on the top.

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If you don't have rocket, you could use spinach instead.

The Syns for this pizza are worked out based on using the cheese from my Healthy Extra A allowance. Should you wish to not do this, then remember to Syn the cheese accordingly.

With that in mind, it's 2 Syns for the Lo-Dough, 0.5 Syns for each Chipolata which makes a total of 3 Syns. Split between two people that's 1.5 Syns each.


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  1. Linda, I contacted them via the website as I kept missing the stock and they advised me when it was going back in stock, straight on the website and two now in the post. Hope this helps you claire

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