Have you heard the news? There’s a bread on the market that you can have not one, not two, but three slices of for your Healthy B option! Yes, that’s THREE slices! That opens up a lot of options, doesn’t it? The bread in question is Kingsmill No Crusts Wholemeal bread, which you can get from most supermarkets. If it’s not at yours, start asking for it – if enough people badger them, they’ll get it in eventually!
So now you can have toast for breakfast and a sandwich at lunch… or you can make a really very generous-sized bread pudding to enjoy, using your Healthy B option, and just a couple of extra syns on top. That’s pretty hard to beat, eh?
F = Free food (eat as much as you like)
S = Speed food (these should make up at least a third of your meal)
P = Protein free food (eat as much of these as you like!)
HEA = Healthy Extra A (a daily allowance of dairy produce)
HEB = Healthy Extra B (a daily allowance of a product with fibre)
# = a number denotes roughly how many syns are in foods used
- 3 slices Kingsmill No Crusts Wholemeal Bread (HEB)
- 3 eggs (P)
- 1/2 tub of quark (P)
- 50mls milk (from your HEA)
- 3 tbsp artificial sweetener (F)
- 1 tsp vanilla essence (F)
- 14g raisins (2)
- cinnamon to sprinkle on top – optional (F)
- Pre-heat oven to 180C.
- Cut the slices into quarters diagonally, to form twelve little triangles, then arrange them in an oven-proof dish (I use a lasagne dish).
- Beat together the rest of the ingredients, making sure everything is nice and smooth, then pour over the bread, making sure it goes underneath too, so it can all soak in.
- Sprinkle a little cinnamon on top if desired.
- Pop it in the middle of your oven for 30-40 mins, till set and golden on top.
- Serve hot and enjoy!
I used one of those little snack boxes of raisins that you get for kids’ lunch boxes – they are 14g and 2 syns each, and just the right amount for this pudding. I absolutely loved this – it felt like I was having a proper old-fashioned pudding and being incredibly naughty! I will definitely be making it again and again.
If you try this recipe, please leave a comment below to let me know what you thought of it – I’d love to hear from you!