A few weeks ago we posted a recipe for Bakewell Baked Oats, and we never expected them to be quite so popular. Another popular recipe of ours is Chocolate & Orange Cake. So we thought why not try this flavour out with baked oats. So here it is – Low Syn Chocolate and Orange Baked Oats.
If you use the oats as your HEB, these Low Syn Chocolate and Orange Baked Oats work out at 1 syn. Otherwise it’s 7 syns for the whole lot.
To make a vegetarian version of this dish substitute the Muller Light for 175ml of Fat Free Natural yogurt flavoured with a drop of vanilla extract.
Synning the sweetener
This recipe has been amended to take into account the new recommendations about synning sweetener. This will keep it 1 syn. If you want to add more sweetener then you should syn it at 0.5 syns per tablespoon.
As you will probably know Slimming World have brought out some new recommendations regarding the syn value of granulated sweeteners. Slimming World have confirmed what this change means.
Where there is 1 tbsp or more being used per serving they recommend members count 0.5 Syn per tbsp. If using smaller amounts, like a pinch or teaspoon, there’s no need to worry about Syns at all.
The recipe for this Low Syn Chocolate and Orange Baked Oats now uses 3/4 of a tablespoons of sweetener, so there’s no need to add any syns on for the sweetener itself.
The recipe for Baked Oats is incredibly easy, just throw it all into a bowl and stir, if you want you can make it the night before and reheat it or eat it cold in the morning. You can even make a batch and freeze them.
To make a vegetarian version of this dish substitute the Muller Light for 175g of Fat Free Natural yogurt flavoured with a drop of vanilla extract.
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What is Sukrin?
Sukrin 1 doesn’t have that strange after taste that a lot of artificial sweeteners do! It also shares the exact same sweetness and weight to sugar – which makes it really easy to substitute in recipes like these Low Syn Chocolate and Orange Baked Oats.
If you are using a powdered sweetener, then please check how it compares to sugar. In some cases you’ll need to use less, as powdered sweeteners weigh less.
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