I had better warn you from the start there is a bit of debate about the syns on these bakes!!
As any good consultant will tell you these are considered a tweak, which means as the main ingredient is being used for something other than a main meal, (the "supposedly" thing it is meant to be used for) you may eat more than you normally would, which can cause weight gain, so hence a tweak.
So it is totally up to you what you want to syn these at, if you find you do eat a lot and start gaining then it could well be down to these bakes, it is all about the individual.
To be honest, i don't think you could eat many of these at a time as i find them very filling and normal one is enough.
They are great with a dollop of yogurt and fruit, or as a grab and go breakfast bar, but just as nice eaten plain with a nice cup of tea or coffee.
I made 20 out of my batch, so mine worked out at 0.5 syns each, as the whole batch is 10 syns, but that is only if you don't syn the quinoa.
Preheat oven to 200c, 400f, gas mark 5.
2 cups of uncooked quinoa cooked as per packet instructions and cooled
4 eggs beaten
80ml skimmed milk 2 syns
60ml maple syrup 8 syns
1 tsp vanilla extract
1.5 tbsp ground cinnamon
In a large bowl mix together all the ingredients, then pour into a baking tray lined with parchment paper and sprayed with frylight, smooth it out and bake in the oven for 30 to 40 minutes until golden and set.
remove from the baking tray straight away so it doesn't steam.
Cut the slab into portions and put onto a oven proof wire rack and put back in the oven for 10 minutes so the edges crisp.
You could always add nuts and raisins or cranberries to them, or maybe some chocolate chips, but these thing would have to be syned.