Can you eat sandwiches and still lose weight? Yes, you can with Slimming World. When you follow our food optimization diet, getting your weight loss on track should never mean eating boring ass.
With so many satisfying and interesting options on our Free Food menu, you’ll never run out of vibrant combinations for your daily bread.
Read on to discover the fabulous fillings we enjoy in our Slimming World sandwiches…
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What bread can I eat at Slimming World?
Slimming World members are encouraged to use Healthy Extras daily. These are measured amounts of foods that contain essential nutrients that are important for a balanced diet.
You’ll find a wide variety of bread options in our Healthy Supplements menu, including wholemeal breads, rolls and pittas, as well as a number of gluten-free options. If you are already registered, visit our member website or check your member’s pack for the full range of Healthy Extra ‘b’ choices.
Slimming world sandwich fillings
ready in 10 minutes
Cut 1 cooked skinless and boneless chicken breast and put it in a blender. Add 3 tablespoons of nonfat natural Greek yogurt, ½ teaspoon of curry powder*, a squeeze of lemon juice, and 1 finely chopped spring onion. Lightly season and mix everything together.
Open 1 sandwich thinly, top with a handful of rocket leaves and topped with chicken mixture and serve.
Best tip: Make this Slimming World vegetarian sandwich by swapping the chicken for 80g cooked Quorn Pieces.
*Beware of spice/seasoning mixes that contain added ingredients (such as sugar, oil, or starch). To protect your weight loss, calculate ½ Syn per level teaspoon/1½ Syns per level tablespoon.
Tuna Marie Rose and Cucumber
6 Syns (or free if you have a roll as your Healthy Extra “b”)
ready in 10 minutes
In a bowl, mix 3 tablespoons of fat-free natural frais, 1 tablespoon of finely chopped fresh dill, 1 tablespoon of tomato puree and 1 tablespoon of lemon juice. Drain 50 g of canned tuna in water or spring water, add to a bowl, lightly season and mix well.
Cut a 60g wholemeal roll in half and place a few slices of cucumber on the base. Spoon over the tuna mixture, garnish with a little more dill and place the roll lid on top.
New York deli-style corned beef and mustard
6½ Syns (or ½ Syn if using wholemeal bread as a healthy extra ‘b’ choice)
ready in 10 minutes plus marinating
Toast ¼ teaspoon cumin seeds in a small non-stick pan over medium heat for 2-3 minutes until fragrant (shake the pan occasionally to prevent them from sticking).
Cut 1 cooked peeled beetroot and put it in a bowl with a finely chopped sprig of fresh dill. Add a pinch of salt, toasted cumin seeds and gently toss to coat. Leave to marinate for 15 minutes.
Spread 2 tablespoons of American mustard on 2 slices of wholemeal bread from a 400 g small loaf. Layer 1 slice with 50g sauerkraut, pickled beetroot and 2 slices of corned beef (visible fat removed), then top with the other slice of bread. cut in half to serve.
minced fruit salad
7½ Syns per serving (or 1½ Syns if you have rolls as Healthy Extra ‘b’ choice)
ready in 10 minutes
Grate 2 eating apples and 2 carrots and mix in a bowl with 2 tablespoons of fat-free vinaigrette. In a separate bowl, whisk together 100g plain quark, 2 thinly sliced celery sticks and a handful of chopped fresh onion until smooth.
Cut 4 x 60g wholemeal rolls in half. Spread the bottom halves with quark mixture and divide the fruit salad between them. Cover the shirts and enjoy!
7 Syns (or 1 Syn if using wholemeal bread as a healthy extra ‘b’ choice)
ready in 30 minutes
Preheat your grill until hot. Cut 1 yellow pepper in half, then grill for 10 minutes. Pour it into a resealable plastic bag and let it cool for 10 minutes.
While it’s cooling, grill 2 loaves of bacon (visible fat removed) on both sides until cooked to your liking. Cut into large pieces and set aside.
Toast 2 slices of wholemeal bread from a 400g small loaf. Mix 1 tbsp light mayonnaise and 1 tsp fat-free natural frays, then spread on 1 slice of toast. Add some shredded iceberg lettuce, diced tomatoes and bacon. Peel and discard the skin of the pepper and add the flesh to the sandwich. Place the other piece of toast on top to serve.
Lentil and Rocket Airy Falafels
An array of exclusive ingredients turbo-charge the flavor of these falafels, which make the ideal Slimming World sandwich filling. Be sure to mix in the herb yogurt spread too, you won’t regret it.
PITTA POWER. Make our Lentil and Rocket Airy Falafels!
Discover more Slimming World lunches
Slimming World members have access to over 1,900 recipes on the Slimming World app and website, and it’s the culmination of all the sharing of ideas that happens in our local groups and online Community. From hearty soups and salads to quick and easy omelets and pasta dishes, we’ve got a tempting menu of healthy lunches to keep you going all afternoon.