Calorie idea please

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  1. Nightwishes

    Nightwishes Full Member

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    Yesterday I went to a concert so I ate out.. I had a vegetarian deli wrap from Mc'donalds. I would like an idea of the cals even if it's only a rough guess please.

    Also when I got home it was late so I made myself a quick quorn beef sandwich. Forgetting myself I spread I can't believe it's not butter on both pieces of bread before realizing :break_diet:. The slices were of weight watcher bread so they aren't a big size.. what should I estimate for the spread?

    I'm not bothered if the cals are just estimated as after all the night was a treat but I still like to have an idea of what I had.
     
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    Caz Slimming down the aisle

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    Was it the Spicy Vegetable Deli Wrap? If so, that's 445 calories
     
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    I can't believe it's not butter has 70 cals per tablespoon for the regular (soft tub). ICBITB squeezy kind has 60 cals per tablespoon.
     
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    thanks ladies :)
     
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