Gammon and Leek Pasties

As the Salmon en Croute recipe was so popular, I thought I’d try a different filling in a WW wrap.  This is very tasty too and I hope you enjoy it if you decide to give it a go.  Each pasty is free on No Count.  If following WW Flex, they would be 5 points each plus the points for the gammon you used.


Ingredients (makes 4):

  • a small gammon joint, cooked and shredded
  • 2 medium leeks, sliced
  • 200g 0% Yeo Valley crème fraiche
  • 2 heaped tsp wholegrain mustard
  • 1 tbsp olive oil (use Frylight if following Ww Flex)
  • 4 Weight Watchers wraps
  • 1 egg, beaten


  1. Make sure the gammon joint is cooked and shredded.
  2. Pre-heat the oven to 180C.
  3. Heat the oil in a pan and cook the leeks for about 5 minutes until they are soft.
  4. Place the crème fraiche in a bowl and stir in the mustard. Season to taste.
  5. Pour the leeks into this mixture and stir in.
  6. Put the wraps on a plate/board and brush egg all the way round the circumference of each one.
  7. Divide the crème fraiche mixture between the 4 wraps and then add gammon to each one. (Make sure that you can still fold the wrap over and close it.)
  8. Once you have folded each wrap over, press all the way round the edge with a fork to keep the edges together.
  9. Brush each wrap with the remaining egg.
  10. Place the wraps on a non-stick baking tray and cook in the oven for 20 minutes.
  11. Serve and enjoy!


Served here with a small baked potato, baby sweetcorn and broccoli.  I didn’t manage to eat all of the potato as the pasty was very filling😊

10 thoughts on “Gammon and Leek Pasties”

    1. Hi and thank you Alison 💕 I’m really glad you all enjoyed this: it’s amazing how good a wrap tastes when it’s cooked. 👍🏻💕 Hope you have a fab week ahead 🤗 Helen xxxx

  1. Morning, can you advise if there is a difference between using creme fraiche and 0% natural yoghurt?

    Love your blog by the way, I follow the flex program so really appreciate you taking the time to provide the SP’s on your recipes. 😀

    1. Hi Joanne 🤗💕 It’s good to hear you’re enjoying the recipes. 👍🏻💕 There’s not much difference between creme fraiche and yogurt, if you’re using the 0% variety: just in the taste. A half fat creme fraiche will taste much creamier than a yogurt too. You could swap one for the other in a recipe if you’d prefer to. I hope this has answered your question 😁💜💕 Helen xxxxxx

  2. Looks lovely… i am such a fan of the humble wrap!!!! So versatile…. j have been using mine in my pie maker

    1. Thanks Ruth 💕 Yes, it’s great what you can do with a wrap 😁💕 A pie maker sounds good 👌🏻 Hope you have a lovely weekend 🤗💕 Helen xxxx

    1. Thank you Viv 🤗💕 Glad you like the look of this one 👍🏻💕 Great idea to have it with a salad – I’ll certainly try that next time. 👌🏻💕 Helen xxxxx

    1. Morning Nicky, thanks for your comment and hope you enjoy this one:-) Happy Friday my Insta buddy:-) Helen xxxxx

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