Youl find that if it its a combination that involves food that would make it free on EE, one of the foods can be used as a healthy extra when made on green or red. For example, if on a red day, if the salsa is homemade and the cheese is a HEA, and the chips are weighed potatoe for a healthy extra b, it would indeed me 'syn free', or the same but for the bacon being used as a HEB on a green day.
"It can be Free on either Green or Original days if you count either the potatoes or bacon as a Healthy Extra, and use reduced fat cheddar as a Healthy Extra ‘a’ choice”.
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Syns per serving:
Free on Green and Original. Add 6 Syns if not using cheese as a Healthy Extra choice.
3 Syns on Extra Easy
14oz/396g new potatoes, skin on and sliced (or as many as you like on a Green day)
6oz/170g lean bacon, finely chopped (or unlimited on an Original day)
1½ medium red onions, finely chopped
a few finely sliced mushrooms and peppers
1½oz/42g reduced fat cheddar, grated
For the salsa
½ medium red onion, chopped
a big handful of cherry tomatoes
1 tbsp balsamic vinegar
1 tbsp jalapeno peppers
small carton of passata
artificial sweetener to taste
So - I reckon -
Green - free + 1 B choice (bacon) and 1/2 A choice cheese (or 3 syns)
Red - free +1B choice (pots) and 1/2 A choice cheese (or 3 syns)
EE - free + 1/2 A choice cheese (or 3 syns)