A quick question about freezing & cooking packs

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  1. 30FlirtyGirl

    30FlirtyGirl Call me Nicky xx

    Slimming World
    Hi all,

    Just a quick question, does freezing the shakes (i.e making them into ice cream etc) destroy the nutrients, the same as cooking them does (i.e making a muffin etc.) :confused:

    I know that we should only cook 1 pack a day but was wondering whether freezing packs had the same rules?

    All advise appreciated. Cheers Guys

    Nicky x
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  3. Hedgehog

    Hedgehog Gold Member

    CD wont say it doesnt destroy nutrients because they havent researched it, but to be honest to my knowledge freezing might reduce the nutrients but wont destroy them. I dont cook and only freeze one every now and then as a treat, although I had alot of treats the last couple of weeks with the warmer weather LOL
  4. karenO

    karenO Step away from the chips!

    Dont know the answer to the question lol, but, you can make "ice cream" (after a fashion ;)) with your pack, a little water & some ice cubes, in a smoothie maker. I will say however my attempt at doing so produced a rather dodgy end result lol
  5. Ceri

    Ceri Full Member

    cambridge diet
    I always use ice to make my packs - blend them into a thick shake, it is the only way I can stomach them as a liquid. I don't think that it does too much damage as I survived on them for 10 weeks last year with no ill effects.
  6. emmaleighjohnson

    emmaleighjohnson Pink and Fluffy Poster

    Cambridge Diet
    Freezing shouldn't be that bad, if Mr. Birdseye isn't a naughty fibber!
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