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A little scan bran question....

Discussion in 'Slimming World' started by ConfusedGirl, 20 June 2009 Social URL.

  1. ConfusedGirl

    ConfusedGirl Full Member

    I have noticed a lot of cake recipes have scan bran in them and i cannot find it anywhere so i was wondering would it be ok to use ryvita crispbread instead? Or am i just being stupid? haha :confused:
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  3. IreneH

    IreneH Gold Member

    Holland and Barrett sell them

    Irene xx
  4. ConfusedGirl

    ConfusedGirl Full Member

    I've checked my local holland and barrat and they didnt have them :(
  5. IreneH

    IreneH Gold Member

    Ah ours does, also saw them in private health shops

    Irene xx
  6. ConfusedGirl

    ConfusedGirl Full Member

    I will have another check next time im out at the shops, thanks though :)

    What do you think about using ryvita instead? Silly idea?
  7. IreneH

    IreneH Gold Member

    Sorry can't help. Not on SW. What syns are ryvita? What syns are scan bran?

    Irene xx
  8. ConfusedGirl

    ConfusedGirl Full Member

    I think scan bran is half a syn and ryvita is 1.5 syns. I was just wondering wether or not it would taste ok with ryvita cos not sure wether or not it's the same sort of stuff!
  9. IreneH

    IreneH Gold Member

    Do they sell scan bran at classes?

    Irene xx
  10. ConfusedGirl

    ConfusedGirl Full Member

    I don't go to a class. How much are the scan bran from Holland and Barrat?
  11. Roz V

    Roz V Full Member

    Also Waitrose, though they are dearer than at class. We use Scan Bran and Oat Bran a lot to make almost syn free cakes (they are interchangeable). Both are virtually 100% bran, and, although they all look similarly unappetising, I don't think Ryvita has nearly as much bran in it, so I don't think it would work.
  12. *Sally Cinnamon*

    *Sally Cinnamon* Full Member

    Finn crisps are available in Sainsbury's.... would that work?

  13. Roz V

    Roz V Full Member

    Sorry I'm so slow, I got overtaken there! Our Holland and Barrett don't stock them either, and I think Waitrose were charging £1.29. They are £1 a pack of 10 half size slices (ie half the size of Ryvita) at class - HTH.
  14. eye6769

    eye6769 Vegetarian who lives2eat

    I use allbran instead of scanbran in the chocolate cake recipe and prefer the taste.cheaper too
  15. judimac

    judimac Mad old Bat with Attitude

    How would you covert allbran into scanbran eye? (please)
  16. eye6769

    eye6769 Vegetarian who lives2eat

    I use 42g as a healthy extra or 6syns, I make the chocolate brownie mix a couple of times a week,absolute life saver.
  17. Donnie46

    Donnie46 Slow but sure....

    Maybe this can help you...good luck with your Scan Bran

    Where to Buy GG Crispbread​

    You can purchase GG Crispbread from the following outlets:

    Slimming World groups

    All Holland & Barrett stores

    Waitrose Supermarkets

    All good Health Food stores
    All good delicatessens

    You can also purchase GG Crispbread products by clicking H E R E

    gg-crispbread.co.uk is a trading division of WorldWideBrands Limited. 26 The Nursery, Sutton Courtnay, Abingdon,
  18. Lucky7

    Lucky7 Gold Member

    can't we just use bran? (After all - scan bran is just compacted bran isn't it?) Much cheaper and haven't got to mess around breaking it all up.
  19. ConfusedGirl

    ConfusedGirl Full Member

    Where can you buy all bran? I've looked in asda and tesco and i can't seem to find it! I have used bran flakes before when making the SW choc cake but it's 4.5 syns for 28g so quite high syns if you need to use loads.
  20. ConfusedGirl

    ConfusedGirl Full Member

    Ooh what's this choc brownie mix? Sounds yummy! :D

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