Our Facebook Group is such a great place for new ideas and recipes – Becky from the group made these tasty Syn Free Spiced Turkey Bites with Low Syn Minty Dip and I couldn’t resist making them!
Before we get to the recipe here’s a bit about Becky and her journey so far……
Me at my largest in 2007 and 3 stone lighter in 2016!! Still working on being a smaller me. I lost 3 stone on my own before I joined.
In August 2013 I started Slimming World and left in March 2015 after I had lost 2 stone 6lbs. I thought I knew what I was doing and decided to go on my own again!
I managed to maintain until January 2016 when I started a new job. Less walking more driving helping pile on the pounds! In September I rejoined. I love food optimising, I love attending group. I haven’t had the same losses as last time but dr says I may need to change medication and this will help. Hoping to get back to the 5 stone lighter again!
Syn Free Spiced Turkey Bites with Low Syn Minty Dip Recipe
These bites are quick and easy to make and great for a party buffet.
As the name suggests, the Spiced Turkey Bites are syn free. The only syns you’ll find here are in the Minty Dip. If you want it completely syn free you could omit the dip, but it is such a good combination and really adds to the flavours, so we wouldn’t recommend leaving it out!!
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When ever we need to replace oil to cook things in the oven we use Frylight. Perfect for everyday frying and cooking, it delivers exactly one calorie per spray, which makes it Syn free! The Sunflower, Olive Oil or Rapeseed Flavours are perfect for this Syn Free Spiced Turkey Bites with Low Syn Minty Dip recipe.
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Syn Free Spiced Turkey Bites with Low Syn Minty Dip
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Preheat the oven to 180 degrees. In a bowl, mix the spices with some salt and pepper. Add the meat and mix together well. Chill in the fridge for an hour to marinade.
Roll the mixture into 24 balls. Place onto a baking sheet, spray with frylight and cook in the oven for 10 minutes until golden.
Pop a cocktail stick into each bite and serve on lettuce "cups" with Low Syn Minty Dip.
For the Low Syn Minty Dip
Mix together the yoghurt and mint jelly and serve in a dip bowl.
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