Low Syn Oat Waffles with Cream Cheese Frosting | Slimming World

I think this is THE best SW breakfast I’ve had, ever. I’ve got quite the sweet tooth so I’m always looking out for sweet breakfast ideas that won’t break the Syn bank… This nails it.


This recipe uses the basic blitzed oats and yoghurt mix (syn free when using oats as your HEB) but I have decided to add a little treat with the frosting. I have to admit I’m not a massive fan a of quark for sweet recipes and, after giving a good go, I still go for real cream cheese – lightest, of course.

The yield is 2 waffles covered in a fair amount of cream cheese. I did have a tiny amount of batter left, enough for a little mini muffin that baked next to the waffles (waste not!).

Don’t forget to serve with lots of fresh speedy fruit!

Low Syn Oat Waffles with Cream Cheese Frosting

Serves: 1

Syns: 4 (add 7 syns if not using oats as your HEA)


For the waffles


40g oats

100gr yoghurt, Vanilla Muller Light

1 egg

2Tbsp sweetener

1tsp vanilla essence

generous sprinkle of cinnamon

For the frosting

75g Philadelphia cream cheese, lightest (3 syns)

2tsp Agave nectar syrup (1 syn)

1/2tsp vanilla essence


1. Preheat oven to 220/180 fan/gas 6

2. Blitz the oats until fine.

3. Mix ingredients together and pour into waffle mould (I use silicone ones)

4. Bake for 20 minutes until golden and springy to touch

5. Mix cream cheese, syrup and vanilla together and spread over the waffles

6. Serve with mixed berries and sprinkle cinnamon

7. Enjoy!


To reduce the syn count in the frosting, the cream cheese can be used as part of your HEA (110g total allowance) and use sweetener instead of the syrup (this would make this whole recipe syn free!)


Syn values shown on this recipe are in line with values given by Slimming World at the time of writing. If in doubt, check Slimming World’s official sources as values may change after posting.

I aim to keep recipes’s Syn values as accurate as possible. If you spot a mistake or a change that needs updating, do drop me a message so it can be reflected on the recipe.

This is YOUR slimming journey, remember to enjoy it!


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