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Cracker/crispbread options

Discussion in 'Slimming World - Healthy Extras' started by Gpuk, 12 March 2014 Social URL.

  1. Gpuk

    Gpuk Full Member

    Hi, does anyone know what kinds if cracker/crispbreads can be used as a healthy B choice and how many you can have? I bought some finn crisp original rye rounds thinking I could have 3 but it turns out you can only have 2 which isn't enough to fill me up at lunch :( I also have in the cupboard Ryvita's in Dark Rye, Sweet Onion and sesame variety and also some Morrisons NuMe Melba Toasts.... any of these any good? We are going on holiday soon (only UK) and I need something to have instead of pre-packaged sandwiches for lunch as we'll be hopefully having picnics, we are staying in a hotel room so will have no kitchen facilities at all!
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  3. Happy Holidays

    Happy Holidays Gold Member

    Hmmmmmm, I thought you could have about 6 of the Finn crisp ones, yep you can have the Ryvita Dark Rye & Sweet Onion, but can't remember how many exactly I think it's only 2, perhaps you could have a look on the hex section as someone may have posted that query already.;)

    For picnics you could have boiled eggs, tinned tuna, tomatoes, carrot sticks, in fact there's a thread on picnic food as well!!!!!!!!!!!!
  4. sianf13

    sianf13 Member

    Does anyone know if you can have the Jacobs Wholegrain crackers as a healthy b?
  5. Gpuk

    Gpuk Full Member

    The round shaped finn crisp rye is a lot thicker than normal finn crisp they are 45kcals each so 2.5 syns each, such a shame as they taste lovely :)
  6. Happy Holidays

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  7. Gpuk

    Gpuk Full Member

    I managed to find a page online with lots of cracker options I'll copy it on here later for reference :)
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