1.5 Syn Yorkshire Puddings | Slimming World

Who doesn’t like Sundays? In my opinion, it’s the best day of the week. Why? Because we get to make these 1.5 Syn Yorkshire Puddings!

1.5 Syn Yorkshire Puddings | Slimming World

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 👍

When we started Slimming World, I never imagined we’d be able to enjoy another Yorkshire Pudding again, because of the high flour and fat content of traditional Yorkshire Puddings.

Because these are only 1.5 syns each, if you were feeling super greedy you could enjoy 10 of these for 15 syns. How crazy is that?!


1.5 Syn Yorkshire Puddings | Slimming World

These monster Yorkshire Puddings are the perfect accompaniment to any roast dinner, or even any meal, and are pretty foolproof.

This means you don’t need to buy the frozen ones anymore. Just make these & your family will love you forever.

1.5 Syn Yorkshire Puddings | Slimming World

At just 1.5 syns each, they’re pretty incredible.

Keep scrolling down for the 1.5 Syn Yorkshire Pudding recipe.

If you prefer a more traditional Yorkshire Pudding (for twice as many Syns) we have a recipe for that here.

Either way, it’s pretty fair to say that this is an awesome Yorkshire Pudding recipe!

1.5 Syn Yorkshire Puddings | Slimming World

Don’t use a big muffin tray, use one a bit shallower otherwise it might cause these to not rise as well, which would be very bad indeed.

So, you’ve got your 1.5 Syn Yorkshire Pudding ready. You’ll now need a few more things for the perfect roast. Why not try these great Slimming World friendly recipes:


Some of you love this 1.5 Syn Yorkshire Puddings recipe!

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One of our Instagram followers @laura_slimmingworld_sw made this dish and loved it!
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Another of our Instagram followers @laurasally_sw made this dish and loved it too!

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Whenever we need to replace oil in cooking we use Frylight. Perfect for everyday frying and cooking, it delivers exactly one calorie per spray, which makes it Syn free! The Sunflower or Olive Oil flavours are ideal for this 1.5 Syn Yorkshire Puddings recipe.

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Do you like your Yorkshire Puddings Sweet or Savoury?

If you want a sweeter option, you could always fill these with ice cream. You heard that right! Some people have Yorkshire Puddings with jam, others with squirty cream. Yorkshire Puddings are basically an oven roasted pancake when you think about it. Do you like them sweet or savoury?

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And you might even find some inspiration from our awesome members, and if you’ve joined already why not invite any friends that may find it helpful?


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Yorkshire Puddings

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Rating: 4.2
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Cooking Time

portions 5 minutes 20 minutes



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71kcal 1

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  • 30 g Plain Flour for 4.5 syns (we use Homepride which is slightly lower syn value than some brands so please check)
  • 2 Eggs
  • 75 ml Skimmed Milk for 1.5 syns (or part of your HEA)
  • 1 Good pinch Salt
  • Frylight
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  1. Pre-heat oven to 210°C
  2. Put all the ingredients in a decent sized bowl and whisk, by hand, until the mixture is smooth
  3. Spray 4 holes in a small to medium sized muffin tray with a decent amount of Frylight and place in the oven until it starts foaming slightly
  4. Divide the batter evenly between the 4 moulds and place in the oven
  5. Do not open the oven door, but after about 10 minutes turn the oven down to just under 200°C and allow to cook for another 5 - 10 minutes (you should be able to take a look after about 15 minutes)
  6. When the Yorkshires are risen and nicely browned remove from the oven and serve

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This recipe can be frozen, but please remember to do the following;

- Freeze it as soon as it is cold enough.
- Use a container or bag that is suitable for freezing.
- Defrost thoroughly before reheating (you can use the defrost setting on your microwave.)
- Make sure it is piping hot all the way through before serving.


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    1. Hi Jenn,
      Please read the article again and you’ll see it is the 1.5 syn Yorkshire Pudding article. There is a link in there to the other recipe which is higher in syns because it uses oil & is referenced for those who don’t like Frylight 🙂

  1. These are simply the BEST!! We wont use any other recipe now…….these are light as a feather, crisp and delicious!!

    Thank you for sharing the recipe.

  2. Does the milk have to be counted as from your HE allowance to make these 1.5syns? Or are they 1.5 with the milk inc? Thanks.

  3. I made these last night and they were absolutely AMAZING!! I made 8 normal-sized puddings from the batter – just the same size as Aunt Bessie’s, so therefore my portion of two with my roast dinner was only 1.5 syns, although I hadn’t used up my full Hex A milk quota for the day, so they were actually less than 1.5!
    They tasted just like normal yorkshire puds – cannot rave about these more!

  4. They look great – will be making some tomorrow!!!! Thanks very much – I have missed my Yorkies, so has my hubby so he will e delighted!

  5. Brilliant recipe. Doubled it up and used a 12 pan tart tin. Made 12 of these little beauties and it worked out to be 1 syn each. Some with roast dinner and a few left for tea with jam!

    1. Hi Carina
      You shouldn’t need any more flour. We’ve had lots of really positive feedback from people for this recipe. It does work! 🙂

    1. Hi Carrie
      We haven’t tried this recipe with GF flour, so I’m not sure whether the lack of gluten will affect the rise you get with the Yorkshire puddings. Using almond milk should be ok.

  6. Just made these for our Sunday roast and whilst we all ate them (me, hubby and 2 kids, age 6), we also all thought that they tasted like Yorkshire puddings at first but they tasted a bit eggy on the inside…did I do something wrong?
    Would it work just with 1 egg?
    I have a picture but not sure how to attach it to my comment.

    1. Hi Jayne
      We use medium eggs in all our recipes. If you use large rather than medium then you could try one egg, which might make a difference. You need to ensure that you preheat the pan as explained in step 2. It’s then really important to cook for 10 mins and then turn the oven down to continue cooking, resisting the urge to open the oven door! Hope that helps. 🙂

  7. Thank you so much for this recipe, made these today , having never made yorkshire puddings from scratch before these were surprisingly easy and tasted great ! 🙂

  8. Can you reheat this as I’m going to find it difficult to make these and my beef and potatoes all at the same time 🙈

    1. Hi Gabby
      I usually take the beef out of the oven to rest and crank the temperature up so do the Yorkshire puds. If you wrap the meat in foil it will stay hot, and resting the joint makes it easier to carve. 🙂

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