Autumn is officially here, so we decided to bring you one of our favourite comfort foods – Low Syn Toad In The Hole!
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
Some of you love this Low Syn Toad In The Hole recipe!
Looking for some more comfort food recipes?
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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