Syn Free Breakfast Bakes | Slimming World

These Slimming World Syn Free Breakfast Bakes are a great breakfast, brunch or lunch recipe and syn free if you use the 10g of cheese per serving as 1/4 of your HEA (otherwise it’s 1.5 syns per portion).

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Syn Free Breakfast Bakes | 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 👍

If you’re following the Slimming World Extra Easy Plan like us you’ll quite often get bored of scrambled eggs and omelettes for breakfast …..there’s only so many ways to cook an egg, so these Syn Free Breakfast Bakes are a great way to add a bit of variety.

It’s really quick and easy to make.

You can even prepare them the night before (minus the egg of course) and leave them in the fridge so all you have to do is crack the egg on top and pop them in the oven or microwave them in the morning.

Syn Free Breakfast Bakes | Slimming World

Don’t forget, cooking times will vary depending on your microwave or oven, the size of dish you use and how you like your eggs, so we’ve given you a rough guide for both.

I like a runny yolk so 15 minutes in the oven was perfect for me.

Syn Free Breakfast Bakes | Slimming World

Another good thing about this recipe is you can use add or leave out whatever ingredients you want.

You could add some onion or sliced sausage.

If you like it a bit spicy you could add a few drops of hot sauce or a pinch of paprika. The options are endless.

You can layer them in any order you want, just don’t put the egg on the bottom!

Syn Free Breakfast Bakes | Slimming World

Where do I get the cute little tin from to make these Syn Free Breakfast Bakes recipe?

We picked some of these up just after Christmas from John Lewis. I do love a bit of copper, and really couldn’t help getting one.

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They also do a mini frying pan, and a mini saucepan. Check out the Croft collection on the John Lewis Website.

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One of our Instagram followers @swnikkiallison made this dish and loved it!
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One of our Instagram followers @littlemissanxious made this dish and loved it!

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How do I make these Syn Free Breakfast Bakes?

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 👍

Step 1

If using the oven preheat to 190°C.

Step 2

Lightly spray a 2 portion ovenproof serving dish or 2 individual ramekins with Frylight.

Step 3

Heat a frying pan over a medium heat, spray with Frylight, then add the bacon and mushrooms. Gently fry until they start to colour.

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Step 4

Arrange the bacon and mushrooms evenly in serving dish.

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Step 5

Spoon the beans over the bacon and mushrooms.

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Step 7

Make a well with the spoon and crack the eggs on the top of ingredients.

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Step 8

Sprinkle the egg with some salt and pepper & top with cheese.

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Step 9

Either bake in the preheated oven for 15 – 20 minutes or microwave on high for at least 60 – 90 seconds (don’t forget to cover with cling film in the micro wave).

Make sure the egg is cooked as you like it. Serve and enjoy!

Syn Free Bacon Bean and Egg Bakes

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 Olive Oil flavours are ideal for this Syn Free Bacon, Bean and Egg Bakes recipe.

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Syn Free Breakfast Bakes

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portion 10 minutes 20 minutes

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321kcal 5

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INSTRUCTIONS
  1. If using the oven preheat to 190°C.
  2. Lightly spray a 2 portion ovenproof serving dish or 2 individual ramekins with Frylight.
  3. Heat a frying pan over a medium heat, spray with Frylight, then add the bacon and mushrooms. Gently fry until they start to colour.
  4. Arrange the bacon and mushrooms evenly in serving dish.
  5. Spoon the beans over the bacon and mushrooms.
  6. Make a well with the spoon and crack the eggs on the top of ingredients.
  7. Sprinkle the egg with some salt and pepper & top with cheese.
  8. Either bake in the preheated oven for 15 - 20 minutes or microwave on high for at least 60 - 90 seconds (don't forget to cover with cling film in the micro wave). Make sure the egg is cooked as you like it and serve.

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RECIPE NOTES

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59 Comments
  1. this sounds great as a light lunch or as an accompanyment for sausages & maybe some mash for dinner, looking forward to trying it,
    i also i made your homemade savoury rice the other night & was lovely, i look forward to trying more recipies

  2. This is one meal I will definitely cooking as these are ingredients I have all the while in fridge and cupboard.

  3. Made this for lunch today hadn’t got any beans so used a tin of chopped tomatoes instead was absolutlely delicious so tasty will be making it again thank you for all the hard work you put in to this site will be trying lots more of your wonderful recipes xx

      1. Hi Janie
        Thank you for your message 😊
        Can I just ask, would you make the whole thing in advance or leave out the egg and put this on top when you come to heat it up the next day?

    1. Hi Caroline
      We haven’t given this recipe a freezer symbol as we don’t think it would freeze very well. The eggs certainly wouldn’t have a very pleasant consistency once cooked, then frozen and reheated. Personally, I’d say these were best served fresh.

    1. Hi Maureen
      Glad you’re enjoying the recipes! The little metal tins are from the ‘Croft’ range at John Lewis. You could use them for individual servings of lots of our recipes! They’d be great for baked oats, too! 🙂

  4. This isjust my kind of recipe and I can’t wait to try it. Could I ask where you get your fab individual little tims from please?? Xx

    1. Hi Kelly
      I think that the egg would become quite rubbery if you were to reheat. For best results and optimum taste, I’d always try to make this recipe when you want to serve it. 🙂

  5. Hello
    love this recipe, where did you get the cute dishes you cooked it in – these would look fab in my kitchen

    1. Hi Lucy
      No problem! Just leave the egg out. You could add extra speed veg or a bit more bacon if you like, the choice is yours!

  6. I defrost 2 syn free sausages, take skin off and cut each into 4 and fry before bacon and place those in bottom of dish. It’s lovely.

  7. This was so nice quick easy but a lovely change I’ve been with slimming world a couple if years so something new easy and yummy is always appreciated
    This whole site us a true inspiration from waffles to Mexican corn and delicious puddings big big thank you for creating it

  8. I made this today-i love it however the eggs were overdone so I think I might try it at a lower heat for less time. Oh I also added onion& some sliced baby plum tomatoes-yummy!

  9. Hello, I did everything in the method minus the cheese and cooked in the microwave covered for 90 seconds and the egg was still raw, I tried again for another 1 minute and the egg was still raw! What am I doing wrong?

    1. Hi Ana
      Cooking times in the microwave will depend on the power rating of your microwave. If the power rating is lower, it will take longer to cook. The material that your baking dish is made of can affect cooking times too. 🙂

  10. So is this recipe for 1 person? I couldn’t quite work that out! Or kept missing the number of people this serves!

  11. I’ve followed SW on and off for years and always struggled with breakfast as I don’t like overnight oats, or most cereals. Tried this this morning and I’ve found my new favorite breakfast, today starts my 4th attempt at following SW properly and I’m so glad I’ve found your website!!
    PS. For anyone using the microwave, this took me 3 minutes in my 800W microwave for the yolk to be fully cooked.

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