I made these amazing little mince pies with (affiliate link) Lo-Dough
Even more amazing, I made 8 using just one piece of Lo-Dough
And….yes, the most (even more) amazing thing is you can have two for just 1.5 syns! Or if you are a teeny weeny little mince pie muncher, don’t worry, all 8 would set you back just 6 syns!
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1 piece of the incredible, amazing Lo-Dough
8 tsp Mincemeat
2 tsp sweetener
2 tbsp cold water
1/2 tsp icing sugar (optional and an extra 1/2 syn)
Apx 65mm fluted Pastry cutter
Jam tart type baking tray
Small decorative pastry cutters, I have a Xmas tree and a star
Pre heat oven to Gas 5, electric 190, fan 170
Dissolve sweetener in the cold water in a small flat dish
Using to round pastry cutter firmly press out 8 rounds from the Lo-Dough and set aside.
Using decorative pastry cutter or your own creative skills make 8 small decorations for adorning the tops
Spray tart baking tray with butter frylight
Dip each round of Lo-Dough in the sweetened water and place in one of the baking tray moulds
Add a teaspoonful of mince meat to each piece and spread evenly leaving the edge clear
Add a decoration to the top of each pie
Spray generously with frylight and then place the tray in the oven for apx 10 mins taking care not to burn them.
If after ten mins the bottoms are slightly moist, remove from moulds and place on a baking tray for a couple of mins to firm up.
Using a sieve, shake the icing sugar evenly between the pies.
Let cool slightly before eating so you don’t burn your mouth and tongue!
Lo-Dough can be purchased here Low calorie bread alternative