Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap | Slimming World

Yorkshire Pudding is the best thing to have with a Slimming World Sunday Roast, or even Low Syn Toad In The Hole! This Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap makes the perfect lunch, dinner or tea.

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Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap | Slimming World-1

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 👍

Wraps are great, right? You can make Slimming World friendly Pasties, Pizza Calzones or even Pizza.

But having to use your HEB or 6 Syns is a lot of Syns to spend at once!

Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap | Slimming World-1

So, we were thinking… what else could we make a wrap out of? The answer, Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wraps.

We used to have a version of these Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap on the kids menu when we had our restaurant.

Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap | Slimming World-1

They went down very well! We were pretty famous for our Sunday Roasts, and our Slimming World Sunday Roast recipes are pretty popular now.

It’s fabulous how we’ve been able to convert such baaad dishes, into those that we can enjoy “on plan”.

Talking of Sunday Roasts.. You should really check out our Slimming World Half Syn Yorkshire Puddings. Simply beautiful, and the best thing to have with your Slimming World Sunday roast.

Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap

Back to the matter at hand! This Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap can be stuffed with pretty much any meat.

Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap | Slimming World-1

We opted for roast beef, but roast chicken, boiled ham, steak, turkey, even bacon would work. As for the speed food, you can put what ever you like in there.

We used some peppery rocket in our Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap, as it goes so well with roast beef!

Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap
Why not dip our Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap in some Syn Free Gravy?

You could even put in Syn Free Roast Potatoes in there, and dip it in some Syn Free Gravy!

Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap

How many Syns are in this Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap?

We’ve worked this Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap out at 3 Syns per portion (you’ll get enough for 2 using this recipe).

Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap | Slimming World-1

There is one thing to point out….We always use Homepride flour, which is on the database at 4 Syns per 25g, however, some flours do vary.

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For example, Tesco Plain Flour is 4.5 Syns per 25g, so it’s worth double checking just to be on the safe side.

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You’ll notice that we choose to Syn the small amount of skimmed milk we use for this Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap recipe.

We do this purely because it’s much easier to calculate the Syns, rather than trying to work out how much you have left from your HEA allowance.

Of course it’s up to you if you want to Syn it or use it as part of your HEA.

One final note about Syns…..

We haven’t added any sauces to the recipe because we wanted to keep the Syns as low as possible, but you could add some horseradish or some mustard to this Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap.

But if you do, don’t forget to alter the Syns accordingly.

What do I need to make this Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap?

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The only thing you’ll need for this recipe (apart from the ingredients of course!) is a decent tin to cook the Yorkshire Pudding.

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We used a round 9 inch cake pan, like this one from Amazon.

Don’t worry if you don’t have the exact same one, as long as it’s 8 or 9 inch in diameter it will be fine. Just remember not to use one with a loose base!! That could end up very messy!

You could even use a square tin if you want. There’s lots of different options available.

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!

The Sunflower or Rapeseed flavours are ideal for this Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap recipe.

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How do I make this Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap?

For the full list of ingredients and comprehensive instructions, please see the recipe card at the end of this post.

Step 1

Pre-heat oven to 210°C.

Step 2

Spray a tin with a decent amount of Frylight and place in the oven until it starts foaming slightly. Probably 1 or 2 minutes.

Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap - steps | Slimming World-1

Step 3

Put flour, eggs, milk and salt in a decent sized bowl and whisk, by hand, until the mixture is smooth.

Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap - steps | Slimming World-1

Step 4

Pour the batter in the hot tin and place in the oven.

Step 5

Cook for 8 – 10 minutes, or until it has risen around the edges and is a golden colour. You don’t want it too crispy as it may be more difficult to roll.

Step 6

While the Yorkshire is cooking, sauté the sliced mushrooms and onions in some Frylight, until they are browned and cooked.

Step 7

Remove the Yorkshire Pud from the tin and put the rocket inside.

Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap - steps | Slimming World-1

Step 8

Add the beef, cooked onions and mushrooms (you can add some horseradish/mustard if you want, but don’t forget to add the Syns).

Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap - steps | Slimming World-1

Step 9

Roll up the Yorkshire pud and slice in half and serve.

Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap - steps | Slimming World-1

Fancy Low Syn Toad in the Hole instead?

Check it out click the image below!

Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap | Slimming World

Can I freeze these Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wraps?

Yes you can, just freeze the Yorkshire pudding once it’s cooked. Then pop in the oven from frozen to crispen it up!

Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wrap | Slimming World-1

Don’t fill it then freeze it. It won’t work!!

Can I make these Low Syn Yorkshire Pudding Wraps with Gluten Free flour?

Yes you can! It works pretty well with gluten free flour too!

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portion 10 minutes 10 minutes

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281kcal 3

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INGREDIENTS
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INSTRUCTIONS
  1. Pre-heat oven to 210°C
  2. Spray a tin with a decent amount of Frylight and place in the oven until it starts foaming slightly. Probably 1 or 2 minutes
  3. Put flour, eggs, milk and salt in a decent sized bowl and whisk, by hand, until the mixture is smooth
  4. Pour the batter in the hot tin and place in the oven
  5. Cook for 8 - 10 minutes, or until it has risen around the edges and is a golden colour. You don't want it too crispy as it may be more difficult to roll
  6. While the Yorkshire is cooking, sauté the sliced mushrooms and onions in some Frylight, until they are browned and cooked
  7. Remove the Yorkshire Pud from the tin and put the rocket inside
  8. Add the beef, cooked onions and mushrooms (you can add some horseradish/mustard if you want, but don't forget to add the Syns)
  9. Roll up the Yorkshire pud and slice in half and serve

If you make this recipe, snap a pic and hashtag it #pinchofnom — We love to see your creations on InstagramFacebook, & Twitter!

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38 Comments
    1. Hi Jen
      There are no stupid questions! Yes, the recipe serves 2. You can either make a large wrap and cut it into two portions, or make two individual portions from the mixture. 🙂

    1. Hi Mindy
      Yes, the recipe is for two portions. You can choose to make one large wrap and cut into two portions, or make two smaller wraps in individual tins. Hope that helps.

  1. Hi

    Please could you clarify if a potion is half the Yorkshire pudding or the whole thing (i.e. The mixture makes 2 full ones?)

    1. Hi Steph
      The recipe quantity is for 2 portions at 3 Syns each. You can either make one large wrap and cut in onto two portions, or make two individual portions in smaller tins.

    1. Hi Steph
      The full recipe as listed makes 2 portions (3 Syns per portion)
      You could choose to make one large wrap and cut into two portions, or 2 individual wraps. Hope that helps.

    1. Hi Elena
      Yes, you’re correct! The full recipe as listed makes 2 portions. You could make one big wrap and cut into two portions, or make two individual wraps. Hope that helps!

  2. I have done these twice now and the are very heavy and thick .what am I doing wrong.? I cook with color gas as no natural gas where I live .

    1. Hi Anne,

      You need to make sure the oven is hot, and the pan is also hot before pouring in the batter. Don’t open the oven whilst they are cooking as this can cause them to sink and become heavy.

      Hope that helps!

  3. Hello
    Just want to thank all you lovely people at PON for all your posts, recipes etc You are quite literally changing lives and possibly saving lives.
    You’s should write a cook book or go on the road as I would defiantly buy tickets to see you’s!
    Forget the bikers and the Jamie’s we want the POMies. Seriously though thank you as you have gave me great inspiration and confidence in the kitchen x
    Kind Regards Di x

    1. The ingredients listed in the recipe are for 2 portions and work out at 3 syns per portion. You could choose to make one larger wrap and cut into two servings, or make two smaller wraps from the batter. Hope this helps.

  4. Hi Kate

    Can you confirm if you put all the batter mix in the tin or (as it says there are two servings) put half in for one serving and then make a second one with the remainder?

    Thanks

    1. Hi Rebecca
      The ingredients listed make two portions. Depending on the size of your tin, you’d either make one larger wrap and cut into two, (half the large wrap would be one portion) or use two smaller tins.

  5. Is the 8-9 inch tin mentioned above for if you are making all the mixture (won’t that be stodgy??) or for half the mixture used twice? To make it all together and then cut into two portions do we need a 16-18inch Tin? (Which probably wouldn’t fit in an oven ! Thank you xx

    1. Hi Kathryn
      Thanks for contacting us. The quantities given in the recipe are for 2 portions. We used the tin as detailed, then cut the wrap into two portions. You could choose to make individual wraps if preferred. 🙂

  6. How do you stop the Yorkshire pud from enrolling once you have put all the filling in do you need to stick it with a little egg or not.

    1. Hi Margaret
      Roll the Yorkshire pudding wrap firmly, then plate it so that the end of the rolled pudding is facing downwards. If it won’t stay rolled you can secure with a cocktail stick. 🙂

  7. My question is, if you made this the night before would it keep okay to take to work for lunch the following day.

    Love the recipes.

    1. Hi Karen
      To enjoy these at their best, ideally they should be eaten straight away. If you were to make the wraps and keep for later, you’d need to refrigerate as soon as possible, but they’ve never lasted that long for us!

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