Low Syn Chocolate Crispy Christmas Puds | Slimming World

Christmas party canapés wouldn’t be complete without some sweet treats, and these Low Syn Chocolate Crispy Christmas Puds fit the bill perfectly!

Low Syn Chocolate Crispy Christmas Puds | 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 making these, it’s important to let them set before trying to shape them or you’ll end up in a sticky chocolate mess…like I did the first time I made them!

Low Syn Chocolate Crispy Christmas Puds | Slimming World

You can decorate these however you like – I like to add some berry coloured sugar balls with some tiny herb leaves, but you can also buy ready-made edible holly leaves which would also look pretty.

But if you do don’t forget to add the syns.

Low Syn Chocolate Crispy Christmas Puds | Slimming World

With only 4 ingredients, these Low Syn Chocolate Crispy Christmas Puds couldn’t be easier.

Yes, these Low Syn Chocolate Crispy Christmas Puds may cost you a syn or two, but they’ll definitely satisfy those sweet cravings. So why not give them a go.

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Low Syn Chocolate Crispy Christmas Puds

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Low Syn Chocolate Crispy Christmas Puds

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Low Syn Chocolate Crispy Christmas Puds

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canapés 25 minutes

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28kcal 1

Smart Points

1.5

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INGREDIENTS
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INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Halve the Mars Bars and put into a microwaveable bowl with the Flora Light. Microwave in short bursts until melted.
  2. Fold the Coco Pops into the chocolate mixture, ensuring that the are all fully coated.
  3. Onto a tray place 30 small heaps of the mixture. Place in the fridge for around 15 minutes until it has firmed up. Shape into balls.
  4. Melt the white chocolate and drizzle a little over each ball. Decorate with sugar balls and herb leaves, or some ready made edible holly decorations to make them look like Christmas Puddings!

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31 Comments
  1. Made the Xmas puddings for our s/w taster night. Everyone loved them. Had to make an extra batch for my husband. Love your recipes. X

    1. Hi Carol
      You’ll need to judge it by eye, really, but approx 1 tsp. The mixture makes 30 little puds, so to keep the syns accurate, you’ll need to make sure you divide the mixture into 30.

  2. They look great may try them for our taster day on Wednesday thanks for all your hard work and recipes I couldn’t do this without them they are a godsend 💝😁

    1. Hi Glenys
      Thanks for your lovely comments. It makes all the hard work worthwhile when we hear positive feedback from people who’ve enjoyed our recipes. 🙂

  3. Me and my Mom have made these today ready for taster tomorrow they are easy to make and taste amazing. Will be making them again for Christmas and they will be great to make with kids. Thank you for all your amazing recipes and ideas 🤶🏻🎅🏻🎄❤

    1. Hi Emma
      The original recipe uses tiny fresh edible herb leaves, e.g. mint leaves
      Some members have found cake decoration type edible holly leaves to decorate. (I found some of them in Asda this evening, too!)

      1. Brilliant thankyou, are there syns in the decorations from Asda do you know? I’m going to definitely make these for taster

  4. Hi, these look amazing! Am planning on making them for taster night Thursday. If you use edible holly leaves will that change the syn value? Many thanks

    1. Hi Gemma
      You would need to check the Syn value of anything that you add, but the tiny edible cake decorations will only have a negligible Syn value per serving.

    1. Hi Sally
      You can use any white chocolate to decorate these. It doesn’t have to be a branded chocolate, a supermarket own brand would be fine. 🙂

  5. How did you roll them into balls? Mine were too sticky. Just ended up being crispy cakes 😒
    Really want to make these for the party.

    1. Hi Lisa,

      If you wait for it to cool slightly then it won’t be quite so sticky. You could also try putting it into mini pastry cases to hold it in the right place 😊

  6. Mine were also too sticky to roll into balls, even after over an hour in the fridge, so I’ve popped them in the freezer and hope that works 🤞 maybe the balance of chocolate to caramel isn’t quite right? Would 2 normal sized mars bars work better?

    1. Hi Rebecca
      We have had lots of members who posted comments and photos to say they’ve made these. Rather than roll them, the easiest way is to shape them as well as you can using a spoon. It can also help to put the mixture into small cake or petits four cases.
      You could try different quantities, but you’ll need to add the Syn values accordingly. Hope that makes sense. 🙂

    1. Hi Anne
      If you mean the tiny silver sugar balls used as cake toppers, you’ll find them on the baking aisle along with food colourings and flavourings etc. 🙂

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