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easiyo icecream

Found I had a sachet of easiyo low fat vanilla icecream left in cupboard so I thought I would put it in the calculator assuming it would be quite high in syns. Turns out that a whole 1.5 litre tub is only 7 syns.(if I did it right)really pleased now.Wonder if I could partially freeze it and put in lolly moulds-less than 1/2 syn each probably but I,d have to measure the portion size.
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I have loads of easiyo sachets left, love them, and i checked them too, some of them are as low as 1 syn believe it or not! What a great idea, i might try that too, let me know how it goes xx


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yep, they are the sachets of dried yogurt,

Low fat berry, half a syn per 100g,
Greek, 1.5 per 100g

It says the vanilla is free on syns online. Made up as directed. Am definitely gonna make my vanilla one into ice cream!


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Sorry just re read your post and realised that yours is actually an ice cream mix, do you think it would work with my yogurt sachets? i have loads of them!
I get mine from lakeland. I always check the qvc website as they can have really good offers.
I would think you can do it with the yoghurt but I would split it into small portions to make it easiewr to freeze. I freeze Mullerlight if I can't eat them before the useby date and they are fine.
thanks to everyone for helping me regarding easiyo ice cream, the whole tub makes 6 portions so just over 1 syn per portion, not bad, so even if I want to eat the whole lot (which I dont...my hubby would not like that..less for him) I would still have plenty of syns left but want to limit my daily syns to no more than 5-6.

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