birthday cake - how many points to count?

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  1. Mifford

    Mifford Silver Member

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    I just got back from my nephew's birthday party and as it was a bbq I managed to do pretty well counting my points - I had a couple of chicken keebab so worked that out roughly based on the amount of chicken on each skewer.

    But then I had a slice of his birthday cake which was a chocolate fudge style thing from Morrisons but have no idea how many points were in it. I thought I'd be able to find it on e-source when I got back but can't find it.

    Anyone got any clues how many points I should count it as?
     
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    1 slice of Asda's fudge cake is 10pp. Thats for an 80g slice. It's probably very close I'd say. :)
     
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    I was going between that and the birthday cake at 8 points - I guess it wouldn't hurt to go for the bigger points as I don't know how big the slice was. I'm already into my bonus points anyway so if I've gone too high it'll stop me overeating the next 2 days I guess.

    thanks. And I'm definitely getting on the cross trainer in the morning lol
     
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