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    Overnight oats?

    Hi newbie here started practising : / Slimming world last week. Breakfast I had overnight oats mmmmmm lovely. Just wondering can I have that again for dinner then salad chicken for tea?

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    Hi Einna.

    Which plan are you following? Original red plan? If so then yes you can. But I would try and mix it up if possible because you will get bored very quickly!
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    Hiya I'm just going off the slimming world website but thanx for the reply appreciate it! How you getting on? i cant believe you can have so much to eat! I've read that you can have pasta n sauce and Batchelors Savoury Rice and its free is that right? : )

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    Hi Einna....yes it's true that we can eat sufficient to not feel 'hungry'.
    Some of those are free, but not all and depends which plan you're following?





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