This is always a favourite in our house and at just 1 point, on No Count, it’s a meal we enjoy quite often – especially during the colder winter months.

(Unfortunately, I haven’t been able to work out the points for the whole meal if tracking as it would depend on the weight of the potatoes.)

No Count Yorkshire Puddings

These are free on No Count or 2 points each if tracking.

Ingredients (makes 8):

  • 100g oats, blitzed
  • 3 eggs
  • 300ml skimmed milk
  • a pinch of salt

Method:

  1. Pre-heat the oven to 180C.
  2. Put the oats and pinch of salt in a bowl.
  3. Whisk the eggs and milk together and pour into the oats.
  4. Whisk all the mixture together.
  5. I used a couple of silicone muffin trays to pour the mixture into, so that the puddings don’t stick.
  6. Cook for about 40 – 45 minutes.

Quick Chicken Gravy (1 point):

Mix 3 heaped tsp Bisto with a little water.  Add to 400ml chicken stock (made with a chicken stock cube) and heat, stirring continuously.  Once boiling, take off the heat and serve.

Mashed Potatoes

Mash cooked potatoes with a tbsp 0% Yeo Valley crème fraiche, a splash of skimmed milk and season well.

 

All served with roast chicken (light meat) and a selection of vegetables which are free on No Count.

8 thoughts on “Roast Chicken Dinner”

  1. Just made the yorkshire puddings they were ok.a bit flat but for my first attempt the taste was ok. I am definitely going to keep practicing.thanks

    1. Hi Trudi, glad you liked the Yorkshire puds. As with a lot of NC alternatives, the texture is not quite the same as the real thing but it can still taste good:-) I still have disasters in the kitchen but I’m getting there so hopefully you will too:-) Hope you have a lovely day! Helen xxxxx

  2. Thanks so much for this. Doing a NC roast beef dinner tonight and decided to try these. Made them early in case they didn’t work and I had time for Aunt Bessie to rescue me but turned out really well, so well n fact one has already made it into my mouth!

    1. Lol and thank you! I’m so glad they worked out and you didn’t have to turn to Aunt Bessie:-) Thank you for your lovely comment:-) Helen xxxx

    1. Hi Jenny, blitzed oats are normal porridge oats that have been whizzed in a food processor to make the pieces smaller: they are then more like flour in consistency. Good luck with your WW journey! Helen xxx

  3. Fantastic Helen! I rarely do a NC day on Sundays if we are having a roast as I want Yorkshires, but now I have your recipe I will definitely give it a go!! Thank you 😊

    1. Thank you Mands! I’ve been meaning to make these for a while but never seemed to get round to it. So glad I did though – it’s definitely worth doing No Count on a Sunday now! Helen xxx

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