Since Slimming World now class 60g of baked Aldi/Asda Wholemeal Bread Mix as your HEB there has been a lot of pizza recipes posted on Facebook and Instagram.
This got us thinking about what flavour pizzas we could make syn free or low syn, and we came up with our own Fakeaway versions of these Papa Johns favourites : Syn Free Chicken Club, Syn Free Mexican Chipotle Meatball and Syn Free Chicken Tandoori.
Now nearly 3 months on we have decided to try a few more, this time based on Dominos favourites!
So, we enlisted the help of our Facebook Group and asked them what they would like to see. You can join our Facebook group by clicking the image below!
In the tradition of those cheesy Saturday night talent shows, we’ll be announcing the winners in reverse order from third place to the most popular.
So, without further ado, here is the 2nd most requested Dominos Pizza flavour – Texas BBQ. You can find the recipe for our 3rd place Pepperoni Passion here
Now, as BBQ Sauce can be quite high in syns we will be using the same sauce we use for our Syn Free Pulled Pork & BBQ Sauce recipe which can be found here. You can make the sauce in advance and keep it in the fridge for up to a week.
We’ve topped this one with some chicken, bacon and peppers. Make sure you use good quality chicken mind!
We used 30g of zero fat Mozzarella, which you can buy from some supermarkets (which is half your HEA or you can use 20g of light cheddar if you prefer) and it uses your daily HEB option.
It’s actually pretty tasty, and unlike other “diet” cheeses, melts well too!
Time Saving Tips
There are a few steps to making these, and they do take a while due to the proving of the dough and cooking the chicken & bacon – but it is worth it. I promise.
Time-saving tip, cook the chicken & bacon and prepare the toppings whilst your waiting for the dough to prove – it will save you a lot of time. Do not put raw chicken or bacon on this pizza!!
Want to make this pizza? Watch the video to see how easy it is!
A Note About Weights
Slimming World do say that the 60g is of cooked dough – so you need to be careful! We’ve experimented and cooked 65g of dough, and when baked it weighed just under 60g – so you should be ok. Just remember this we’re not trained consultants and our advice doesn’t replace that of your consultant – be sensible!
Want to share your ideas with others?
We’ve had a lot of new members on our Facebook group, 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?