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Burger and Chips

Discussion in 'Slimming World' started by LittleBottle, 22 January 2009 Social URL.

  1. LittleBottle

    LittleBottle Where's Skinny Minnie?

    Thought I'd let you know what I've had for tea tonight, yet another blow struck in favour of slimming world in defiance of people who say diets are overly restrictive.

    I've had SW chips with salt and vinegar and 2 small rolls (HEb) with quorn chilli style burgers cut in half to make stacks and BGTY cheese slices (HEa) also cut to stack, with a tablespoon of XL Mayo and some sweetcorn on them (in place of sweetcorn relish lol) - it was gorgeous!!!

    Slimming World Big Macs :)

    So :massmoon: to people who think you can't have tasty stuff when you're dieting.
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  3. DearFatty

    DearFatty Silver Member

    I had a yummy burger inspired tea too. I had 3 sainsburys meat free burgers @ half a sin each, mixed into a tin of Heinz meanz beanz bbq flavour which are free and my hexa of cheese grated on top. It fills me up loads and I love it :)
  4. LittleBottle

    LittleBottle Where's Skinny Minnie?

    Ooh I'll have to try those, the quorn ones are 3 syns each but it was totally worth it. Would be handy to have the others though and keep my syns x
  5. suepat10

    suepat10 I am one of the 63336

    Oooooo, good tips. Thank you xxx
  6. Edwin

    Edwin Silver Member

    Mmmmmmm hungry for burger and chips now! Thanks for the ideas - I will check out the low syn sainsburys ones!
  7. DearFatty

    DearFatty Silver Member

    I don't like quorn products and only eat the sausages. A very nice alternative to quorn mince is Linda McCartney frozen veggie mince, it is also free on a green day and even my son who is a meat eater cannot tell the difference from the dead cow stuff lol
    Sainsburys meat free burgers (they are frozen and only about £1.89 for 6) are the nicest veggie burgers I have tried and I think I have tried most varieties on the market.
  8. Edwin

    Edwin Silver Member

    oh thanks for this - i didnt realise that Linda McCartney mince was free! It does have a bit more texture than the quorn mince.

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