You all probably saw my Baileys Cookies and Cream Yogurt Parfait - right?
Well those were just amazing and I think they may just have me onto a new obsession.
I am now thinking of what other delicious combinations I can make.
My next installment of course had to be a crumble. Mainly because those over ripe pears in my fruit bowl, were calling me to be used into something.
Now granola, that's another favorite thing of mine, but oh my gosh, have you see the calories in a teeny portion of granola? You might want to save a few days syns if you ever want a bowl of that stuff.
So I had no option but to make my own low syn crumble topping and this was actually really good. Just oats, maple syrup and a bit of water is all that's needed.
You can also substitute the pear for other varieties of fruit - some defrosted berries would be great and of course those would be syn free too (so long as you don't cook, puree, blend).
I already have my next installment of these yummy desserts planned out. I just need to get one vital ingredient. So watch this space for that!!
Oh and noticed I mentioned dessert? Well you could have this for breakfast or whenever you want really. Just remove the word dessert and add the word breakfast - viola!!
Extra Easy - ½ HEb and syns per serving
Green - ½ HEb and 2 syns per serving
Original - ½ Heb and 2 syns per serving
WW Smart Points - 6
Gluten Free - use gluten-free oats
- 40g/1.5oz of oats (can use gluten free ones) - 1 HEb
- optional: pinch of cinnamon
- 1 tbs of maple syrup - 2 syns
- 1 tbs of water
- spray oil
- 4oz/115g of cooked pear - 2 syns (or use cooked apple or other fruit)
- 1.25 cups (300ml) of fat free vanilla Greek yogurt
- Preheat oven to 200c/400f (gas mark 6)
- Add the oats, maple syrup, cinnamon (if using) and water to a bowl and mix well to coat.
- Spread out on a baking tray lined with parchment
- Spray over the top with spray oil.
- Place in the oven and bake for approx 15 min, till crisp and lightly golden.
- For the cooked pear, add 3 ripe pears, chopped to a small saucepan with a little bit of water. Place lid over the top and heat gently until they break down into more of a sauce.
- Divide the yoghurt between 2 glasses.
- Top with the cooked pear (or other fruit of choice)
- and sprinkle with the crumble topping.
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