I'm new to this and going it alone from home so any help is appreciated!
I've bought some muller light (syn free variety) but I usually add a small amount of granola for a bit of crunch. The granola I have is 'The Foodie market (Aldi) Tangy cranberry and almond oatbran granola'. I know there...
Would someone be able to tell me the Hex A amounts for the following dairy free milks?
Koko coconut chocolate milk
Alpro long life dairy free Soya chocolate milk
Alpro Almond dark chocolate
Oatly choc milk
Alpro coconut milk
Alpro chocolate coconut milk
Or any suggestions of...
I'm rather new to this, and slimming world - so bare with me!
I love love love my Skinny Vanilla Latte's (sugar free) from Starbucks.
If I use my mile as my HEA - does this have a sin value?
Thanking you all in advance.
Could anyone please tell me the syns in this? It's mainly veg with a bit of butter....
Nutritional Value is -
Typical values Per 100g Microwaved
Energy 509 kJ / 122 kcal
(of which saturates) 4.7g)
(of which sugars) 2.5g)
One of the things I came across quite early on in my diet was this great classic dessert which when you see and taste certainly doesn't make you think you are on a diet. I tweeked it to make it bigger and less Syns so here you go, give it a bash you will love it.
Slimming world Trifle.
Is there anything you don't syn which you should really syn but so far hasn't effected your weight loss? I've heard some people don't syn full sugar drinks, small amounts of oil and of course there's the homemade crisp debate..... ?????!!!!!
Hiii :) :) (Apologies if this has gone into the wrong section, I'm new to this forum and not 100% certain on how to work it)
So it's my 3rd week of slimming world my target is to lose 19lbs and I've lost 5lbs so far. :) I've spent almost all my afternoon writing down every single syn value in...
I've been loving slimming world and the amount of food I can eat - I'm quite healthy in general but just enjoy too much healthy foods ;)
recently I've lost motivation for slimming world though
How are avocados so high in syns when they are one of the healthiest foods on this planet? And the...
these are a new product so not in my directory but could anyone put this through the syns calculator for me?
guessing they are going to be fairly high!
asda butchers selection hot dog bursts with american style mustard
ypical values (grilled) Per 100g
Today at work I was introduced to the Tim Tam slam. I thought I had to share it with you all because it's the best thing I've ever eaten for 5.5 syns!
You make yourself a cup of tea (0.5 syn for splash of milk) or a coffee depending on your preference. Tea works better because of...
morrisons have a new chocolate milk out - it's "M" white chocolate flavoured milk
But I can't work out the syn values at all. And does any part of it count towards Hex A? Like (3 syns plus 1/2 your hex A or something, to allow for the chocolate part of it)
Are there any...
i am eating out with friends tomorrow at a buffy restaurant called jimmys, could you tell me what type of food I should avoid and what I can eat?
This is the restaurant menu :)
What does everyone use their hex B on each day? When I'm at work I usually use it for a sandwich as it's easiest, but at weekends I struggle to use it and often have just a slice or two of toast to use it up! Apart from Alpen bars, has anyone got other Hex B suggestions? Can I use weetabix or...
Hi everyone :)
I am going to the Cricketers pub in Horsell in a few weeks for a family event, and don't know what to have from the menu :confused:
I was thinking either jacket potato with tuna mayo, or...
Sorry, me again! I'm so new to this whole thing so hope my constant questions don't bother you all!
Syns in a cup of coffee?
Not for me, for my other half - he drinks Nescafé Azera intenso if that makes any difference, and usually has a splash of milk and a half teaspoon of sugar
Need some help re sausages
I seem to recall that the Linda McCarthy red onion sausages are free? Am I right in thinking that?
Also, can anyone tell me the syn value for Richmond thick pork sausages?
Thanks in advance!