Share this article

We’re all trying to do fewer food shops at the moment – which means making our veggies stretch as far as possible. And if you’re anything like me, finding exciting ways to make the most of veg is definitely a challenge! So this feels like the ideal time to introduce our fantastically filling bubble and squeak recipe.

After all, these crunchy little cakes were (literally!) invented for using up the veg left over from our Sunday dinners – and they’re a tasty way to finish off any cabbage, Brussels sprouts or spring onions you’ve got in your vegetable drawer. This bubble and squeak recipe is really easy to follow and super flexible, too. So if you’ve got some carrots, peas or broccoli to use, feel free to throw those into the mix as well.

We’ve served our brilliant bubble and squeak cakes with tomatoes, fried eggs and baked beans – but the great thing about this Slimming World recipe is that the possibilities are endless! They’re delicious as a snack on their own, or you could try topping with Syn Free sausages and lean back bacon – or a poached egg as a tasty vegetarian option.

Check out our bubble and squeak recipe and get set for an easy, healthy breakfast, lunch or dinner that’s full of fabulous flavours and totally Free!

Slimming World bubble and squeak recipe

Serves 4
Ready in 55 minutes

What you need:

900g floury potatoes, such as Maris Piper or King Edward, peeled and chopped
200g cabbage, shredded
6 spring onions, finely sliced
4 eggs and 1 egg yolk*
low-calorie cooking spray
4 tomatoes, halved
2 x 400g cans baked beans

What you do:

1. Boil the potatoes and the cabbage until tender, then drain. Mash the potatoes, then mix in the cabbage. Allow to cool before adding the spring onions and egg yolk. Stir to mix, season lightly and chill until needed.

2. When ready to cook, preheat the oven to 220°C/fan 200°C/gas 7. Divide the potato mixture into 8 portions and shape each one into a patty. Place on a non-stick baking tray, spray with low-calorie cooking spray and bake for 20-25 minutes, or until slightly browned.

3. Meanwhile, spray a non-stick frying pan with low-calorie cooking spray and place over a medium heat. Fry the tomatoes and the eggs to your liking. Heat the baked beans in a saucepan. Divide everything between plates to serve.

*Pregnant women, the elderly, babies and toddlers are advised to eat eggs showing the British Lion stamp if eating raw or partially cooked eggs.

More cabbage recipe ideas

If our bubble and squeak recipe has got you thinking about how to shake up your Savoys, we’ve got some tasty cabbage recipes for you to try – and Slimming World members will be able to find even more delicious meal ideas over on the member website.

How are you loving your leftovers? We’d love to share the healthy meal ideas that are keeping you going at the moment – you can either email us or share on social (#theSlimmingWorldblog).

Share this article