I use 1 point a day on bread on a regular day, sometimes 2 but my bread is 0.5 per slice, its not the WW bread thought its the kingsmill crustless 50/50 as it tastes like proper bread, the WW one was too cardboardy for my liking when toasted
Thanks starlight,i always felt i was eating to much bread.I perhaps need to find some other ideas for breakfast and lunch.Because its low in points i actually felt i had a lot for breakfast and lunch.What do you normally have ?xx
Why not have 2 slices of bread for brekfast ( maybe try the crustless one its much more satisfying than the WW stuff ) and have and poached or scrambled egg on it, or a tin of WW beans for 2 points, or even garlic muchrooms. They are a few of the different things i have on mine in the mornings when i have time, either that ir its marmite lol.
Bread is my downfall (and cheese!), can't have either in the house (except for the WW bread, as that's technically cardboard)
I usually try not to have more than 4 or 5 slices of WW bread toasted per day. The WW Malted Danish seems to be slightly better than the WW White, and they do a thicker cut brown loaf now aswell I think, but possibly 1pt per slice as opposed to the normal 0.5. An old but good trick I find is to just cut it into smaller slices and put them in a pile, so it looks like I'm eating a lot more than I am.
I used to eat a lot of bread, but when I'm on ww I don't eat so much because it seems like a waste of points once I've added the butter etc.
I used to eat toast for breakfast, but now I have a bowl of cereal instead. I alternate between Tesco's version of coco-pops and Tesco boulders - 50g of cereal with 1/4 pint of milk comes to 3.5 or 3 points, and that's for a good sized bowl (not the recommended mice sized portion on the box, lol).