Low Syn Toad In The Hole | Slimming World

Autumn is officially here, so we decided to bring you one of our favourite comfort foods – Low Syn Toad In The Hole!

Low Syn Toad In The Hole | Slimming World

We really hate the nights drawing in, summer came and went in no time at all. We used to have this as a rare Sunday treat when I was a kid during those cold winter months.

Low Syn Toad In The Hole | Slimming World

It would always have us pleading for more, and there would never be anything left. It’s just one of those real comforting dishes.

Low Syn Toad In The Hole is very affordable and easy enough to feed the whole family all in one go. Any child is sure to like it too!

Low Syn Toad In The Hole | Slimming World

It’s a delicious twist on a classic Yorkshire Pudding recipe. Talking of which, we have an amazing 1.5 syn Yorkshire Pudding recipe here.

Low Syn Toad In The Hole | Slimming World

You may have noticed that the recipe calls for 6 sausages but the pictures only show 4.

This is because our tin wasn’t big enough to hole all 6 so we had to split the recipe between 2 tins. But if you use a decent size tray then you can get all six in no problem.

Low Syn Toad In The Hole | Slimming World

You could put your own twist on this too by adding onions, some spicy sausages or even some red onion marmalade.

What Sausages should I use for this Low Syn Toad In The Hole?

When we first created this recipe we used Porky Lights, but after the recent issues with the Syn values we now use sausages from Protein Food Shop.

We’ve been on the hunt for a new meat supplier for a while now. As you know, we used to use Musclefood, but not anymore! We’ve found a company that not only has a better moral compass but also has some of the best quality meat we've seen in a long time.

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Protein Food Shop is a family run business, and really care about where their meat comes from. They also produce Slimming sausages that in my opinion, are the best “diet” sausages we’ve ever had.

You can grab their sausages in a few of our hamper deals, you really should give them a try.


We even have a special Sausage selection box! Their full-size sausages come in at 1 Syn each, and Chipolatas at 0.5 Syns each.

Either of them are PERFECT for this Low Syn Toad In The Hole recipe. Just remember to Syn it accordingly.

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Want some more Yorkshire Puddings?

You should really check out these mini Yorkshire Puddings. Just half a syn each, and they’re beautiful.

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Want to share your ideas with others?

We’ve had a lot of new members on our Facebook group recently, so if you haven’t joined yet head over there and take a look. You wouldn’t want to miss out on the fun would you?

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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?

Low Syn Toad In The Hole

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Prep Time

Cooking Time

portions 5 minutes 30 minutes


Weight Watchers

Slimming World 

263kcal 6

Smart Points

depending on the sausage 3


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  1. Pre heat oven to 200°C
  2. Cook the sausages in the oven for 10 minutes until they are not quite cooked and only slightly browned
  3. While the sausages are cooking make the batter
  4. In a bowl whisk the eggs, flour, milk and salt until there are no lumps, set aside in the fridge
  5. Remove the sausages from the oven, then turn it up to 210°C
  6. Spray the oven tray with a decent amount of Frylight, then put it in the oven until it starts to foam (probably about 5 minutes)
  7. Place the sausages in the pre heated tray, give the batter a quick stir and pour it into they tray with the sausages
  8. Cook at 210°C
  9. 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)
  10. When the Yorkshire Pudding is risen, nicely browned and crisp remove from the oven and serve

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  1. This was lovely the bee knees I haven’t had frog in the ditch aka toad in the hole for ages will definitely have this again.
    Thank you pinch of nom

  2. So is this for three people? How would the syns alter if I used the slimming world sausages available at Iceland? 🙂 thanks!

  3. I’m definitely going to try this for something different . I always use Porky Whites light 0.5 syns each and they tast like a real banger… so can’t wait.

    1. Hi Jean,
      We’ve only just discovered the joys of Porky Lights and I agree, they do taste just like a ‘proper’ sausage. I think they would be fab to use this recipe

  4. Fabulous recipe! Bit of a favourite in our house now! I have found it works best in either a metal/ceramic dish though. So tasty!

  5. We had this for dinner tonight, along with the broccoli cheese. They were both amazing! Thank you so much, your website is a fantastic help!!! 😄

  6. ThIs was delicious but a little eggy! What size eggs should I have used? I was unsure so I used 1 large and 1 medium egg

    1. Hi Leah
      If you use syn free sausages you would only need to syn the flour for 4.5 syns and the milk for 1.5 which means it would work out at 2 syns per pertion

  7. This has become a firm favourite I made it for myself a couple of weeks ago and then again tonight for me and my hubby. He’s asked when we can have it again!

    1. Hi Angie
      If you click in the box that says the portion number you can change the number of servings you require. Doing this will adjust the ingredients accordingly

  8. Hi, just wondeting whetber you’re going to warn your readers about the real syn value of Porky Lights? The reciprs are greaf and I know you say people should check syn values for themselves but not everyine does, and thete is such a huge diffetence here that it would be very helpful if you alerted everyone they need to count 4.5 syns for Porky Lights. There are loads of good low syn sausages out there as alternatives. Thanks.

    1. Hi Angela
      When there are any changes made to Syn values, Healthy Extras etc we do try to update all the recipes as quickly as we can. However, as I’m sure you can appreciate, we have over 300 recipes on the site so this can take a little time.

  9. Hi Kate, I just got some pork and leek sausages from The Protein Food shop, I synned them and they came out at 5.5 each- how did yours come out at 1-? Have I bought the wrong ones or am I doing something daft?

  10. Hi Kate
    I put that it had a free food allowance of pork in it- but they still out at 5.5 each- I knew it seemed too high for such a low cal/fat product- what have I done wrong?

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