If there’s one thing that’s better than Slimming World garlic bread, it’s a slimming garlic bread that’s loaded with cheese, tomato, and herbs.
This version right here is fresh, flavoursome, and I can guarantee that it’ll quickly become one of your all-time favourite side dishes when you’re cooking Italian food!
Here’s everything you need to know…
Looking for the full recipe and ingredients list? Jump down to the recipe card at the bottom of this post. Do have a browse through this important information first though…
I’ve used Schar white ciabatta rolls in this recipe, partly because they’re slimming friendly, though especially because they’re perfect for making garlic breads. They have a real satisfying crunch, and they’re also gluten free, so they’re suitable if you have an allergy or an intolerance.
Next, I’ve chosen parmesan cheese for that authentic nutty Italian taste. You can use your own favourite cheese if you’d rather, though remember that low fat version might not melt as satisfactorily.
And finally, I’ve used tinned tomatoes, as they’re the handiest option and I’ve always got some in my kitchen cupboard. Feel free to use chopped fresh tomatoes if you prefer.
There are approximately 95 calories per serving.
Do remember that you different brands of bread may have hugely different calorie counts per slice, so to protect your weight loss, always make sure that you double check your calculations!
The average man needs to consume around 2,500 calories a day to maintain a healthy body weight.
For the average woman, it’s around 2,000 calories a day.
If you’re aiming to lose weight, you’ll want to consume less than this to ensure that you’re in a calorie deficit and help you to reach your goals!
To find out more about calories, visit the NHS website.
Syns are trademarked by Slimming World, and values are only available to current paying members.
As such, I have decided to omit Syn values from my recipes moving forward.
Rest assured though, the recipes here will always be made to be as slimming friendly as possible.
Refer to the official Slimming World app to calculate the Syns, or speak with your consultant.
This Slimming World garlic bread would be perfect served for lunch alongside a big, green salad.
Of course though, they’re also an ideal accompaniment to pasta dishes.
Here are a few slimming and diet friendly options that you might want to check out…
This Slimming World spaghetti carbonara is my current favourite recipe! It’s made the traditional Italian way, with no cream, and no substitutes like quark or creme fraiche.
Alternatively. this Slimming World Cajun chicken pasta is super quick and easy, and if you love food with a bit of a spicy kick, you really need to try it!
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