Low Syn Pumpkin Pie | Slimming World

We love all things pumpkin at this time of year. This Slimming World friendly Low Syn Pumpkin Pie is the perfect Autumnal treat!

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Nothing beats the warmth and flavour of pumpkin spice. This Low Syn Pumpkin Pie is full of deliciousness, and is quick and easy to prepare. We’ve used a Weight Watchers wrap to replace the pastry – but amazingly, it still tastes like a proper pie!

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We like to top this pie with a little squirt of reduced fat whipped cream – just remember to count the syns if you use it!

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What do I need to make this Low Syn Pumpkin Pie?

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This pie is pretty straightforward to make, but you will need a few baking essentials.

Baking beans are used to blind bake pastry (or in this case the wrap base) and ensures that the base is crispy without letting it puff up, or get too crispy and therefore burn when you cook the filling.

We’ve also used a loose bottomed cake tin to create this pie. The loose bottom means that the pie is easily removed but it is deep enough to create a good depth of pie!

We’ve got loads of recipes which you can use your Weight Watchers wraps. Why not try these Syn Free Sausage Rolls?

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How many Syns in this Low Syn Pumpkin Pie?

This Low Syn Pumpkin Pie is just 2 Syns a slice! This is a huge Syn saving to a standard pie without compromising on flavour.

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Topping with reduced fat whipped cream gives this pie an extra level of luxury, but you could also use yoghurt.

You’ll also have to leave out the cream if you are following a dairy free diet.

How do I make this Low Syn Pumpkin Pie?

Step 1

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Cut the wraps into quarters and spray a loose bottomed sandwich cake tin with Frylight.

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Step 2

Place the wrap pieces, one at a time, into the cake tin, brushing each piece well with some of the beaten egg. Ensure that the tin surface is completely covered and press well with a fork.

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Step 3

Cover the wrap base with a circle of baking parchment and cover with the ceramic baking beans. Place in the oven and cook.

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Step 4

Meanwhile, add all of the remaining ingredients into a large bowl and mix thoroughly until combined.

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Step 5

When the pie base has blind baked, remove the baking beans and the parchment and pour in the pumpkin mixture. Return to the oven and cook until set.

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Step 6

Remove from the oven and when cool, cut into 6 equal slices and serve with a squirt of reduced fat cream (syn accordingly!).

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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! We used the Butter one for this Low Syn Pumpkin Pie recipe, and it was fab.!

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slice(s) 15 minutes 40 minutes

Calories

Weight Watchers

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104kcal 2

Smart Points (Flex)

2

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INGREDIENTS
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INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Preheat the oven to 140 degrees. Cut the wraps into quarters and spray a 20cm loose bottomed sandwich cake tin with Frylight. Place the wrap pieces, one at a time, into the cake tin, brushing each piece well with some of the beaten egg. Ensure that the tin surface is completely covered and press well with a fork.
  2. Cover the wrap base with a circle of baking parchment and cover with the ceramic baking beans. Place in the oven and cook for 14 minutes.
  3. Meanwhile, add all of the remaining ingredients into a large bowl and mix thoroughly until combined.
  4. When the pie base has blind baked, turn the oven up to 160 degrees. Remove the baking beans and the parchment and pour in the pumpkin mixture. Return to the oven and cook for 25 minutes.
  5. Remove from the oven. When cool, cut into 6 equal slices and serve with a squirt of reduced fat cream (syn accordingly!).

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RECIPE NOTES
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12 Comments
    1. Hi Liane
      You use a small amount of the beaten egg to ‘seal’ the wraps and stick them together, but the majority of the beaten egg goes in with the pumpkin mix. Hope you enjoy it. 🙂

    1. Hi Lisa
      Funnily enough, I bought some just this afternoon from Morrisons. Lots of supermarkets have an American food section, that’s where I found mine. 🙂

  1. Love your site, and recipes, so far have had no luck printing any off for future use. Always press click here to print recipe.device defo connected to printer. But just wobt have it.

  2. Don’t know if I can leave this comment but the pumpkin purée is £1 a tin in Sainsbury’s. Cheapest I’ve seen it yet.

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