Food that makes me LOVE this 'diet'

Discussion in 'Slimming World' started by cocktailprincess, 11 November 2009.

  1. cocktailprincess

    cocktailprincess Still rockin' it

    Hi all

    I am a real emotional eater, and have found that the more I think I am on a diet, the more sad I get.

    These are the foods that make me sad:
    virtually ANY low fat cake or dessert
    (I know many people love them, but they make me want to cry)

    So..............let me know all the food you love that is syn free or low, but you are allowed (and you feel naughty just by eating it)

    My favourites are:
    Spaghetti bolognese
    Asda Lamb shanks with mash and peas:D
    Syn free chips, mushy peas and gravy
    Roast dinner
    Mars ice creams (7 syns):D
    French fancies (5 syns each)
    Fried egg/sausage on toast with ketchup
    Burgers on wholemeal bun
    Latte with sugar free vanilla syrup (HEX A)
    Rotisserie chicken

    What are yours?
  2. smoomoo

    smoomoo Well-Known Member

    "fry up" breakfasts
    hot chocolate with 2 jaffa cakes
    cheesy meatballs
    burgers in wholemeal bun
    mushy pea curry
    chicken with melted cheese and bacon
    chicken stuffed with cheese and wrapped in bacon
    jacket spud with bacon and cheese
  3. Claireloulou

    Claireloulou Well-Known Member

    Its gotta be the english brekkie or fish and chips mmmmmmm. I also love it when people see me eating them and say "oh you wont loose weight eating like that" Hah!!! Jokes on you pal cos i soooo will :p
  4. Vixxster

    Vixxster Nojo on the YoYo

    Rotisserie chicken isn't free cos most supermarkets inject them with a sugar and water solution which is impossible to syn :-( Gutted.

    Oh PS: syn free pizza with real pizza base, sausage butties on white bread with hp sauce, roast dinners, chips, burgers, full English breakfasts, chicken liver pate, cheese on toast, anything done in my slow cooker, and bananas bananas BANANAS!!!
  5. Sarah-Jayne

    Sarah-Jayne Well-Known Member

    Everything, love the fact that pretty much nothing is restricted!
  6. sanicholl

    sanicholl Well-Known Member

    Chicken Curry the SW Way!!
    Cheese and beans on jacket potato
    Quark with nuttella and strawberries
    Hot chocolate with wippy cream!
    Cooked breakfast!
  7. debbywebby1970

    debbywebby1970 Well-Known Member

    But eating the rotissarie chickens certainly hasnt affected her weight loss, look how much she has lost... wow.... Im gutted about it too actually, cos I love them, ah well.
    For me, its things like potatoes(SW chips, wedges, crispy skins), anything in my slow cooker, roasted veg, pasta, and bananas...
    Diet.? What diet.?
  8. sanicholl

    sanicholl Well-Known Member

    Oh and SW chips how could I forget them!!!
  9. JoRoger

    JoRoger Well-Known Member

    Oooh I didn't realise mars ice creams were only 7 syns, is that for full size?!! OH can't eat them, he's diabetic so big no-no, wow something diet friendly that I'll actually get to myself! He's constantly eating my snack a jacks and WW yogurts!

    Well, on this rather brilliant subject, mine are:-

    Slice of pizza with pasta n sauce from the sachet (around 10 syns)
    Time out
    Any kind of crisps
    New Sweet Chilli Snack a Jacks (unsure of syns at mo but think 5)
    Oven chips with light mayo
    Any kind of PASTA mmm with HEX rf cheese
    1/2 portion chip shop chips (tho not actually had yet)
    Red day: birds eye burger, HEX cheese, bacon, pineapple, onion, mushrooms, all in homemade wholemeal bread
    Chicken dippers!!
  10. cocktailprincess

    cocktailprincess Still rockin' it

    They are the ones you buy in a multibox from the freezer section of the supermarket (51ml each). The individual ones from a newsagent would be larger (71ml) and 10 syns- still pretty good!

    Smaller ones are more than adequate and are £2 for 6 in Tesco at the mo'
  11. Fallen Angel

    Fallen Angel Starting again!!

    It's not one particular food for me - it's just the fact that there's generally no limit to amounts. That's what makes me happy and able to stick to this! I don't do being hungry! :D
  12. HellieCopter

    HellieCopter Me vs Cake

    Aldi's lamb shanks in red wine and rosemary sauce - oh my word. These taste SO synful - I can't believe they're free on red/EE. They're my real indulgent treat and I feel like I can't possibly lose when I've eaten one for dinner. Usually have it with mash and veggies.

    And spaghetti carbonara. I make it with quark mixed in with eggs, bacon and oodles of parmesan. It's really creamy and tastes like it couldn't possibly be diet-friendly.
  13. Julianne_julz

    Julianne_julz Bears dont dig on dancin'

    Spag Bolognese
    Sw chips with both hexa's cheese! Mmm
    Mars icecreams
    Time out
    Homemade pizza mmm!!
    A nice big roast dinner
    Fry-light fried eggs, beans, sw chips, quorn sausages! Mmm!!

    Oh I could go on forever... xx
  14. Mrs V

    Mrs V Loves Life!

    All food!!! Lol..I am huge eater, so any food is a pleasure for me!! I love cooking the SW way as well!!!

    Last night made the EE scotch broth from the magazine - wow!!!
    Syn free chips, Morrisons pork sausages, Asda cheese curls...the list is endless!
  15. Donnie46

    Donnie46 Slow but sure....

    I just love the fact that nothing is restricted on the SW diet - as long as you eat carefully and sensibly of all 'naughty' foods or cook/bake them the SW way.....

    My fave SW foods are the curries, chips, wedges, roasts, quiches, cooked breakfasts etc.
  16. Hayleyj123

    Hayleyj123 Wannabe Loser

    Oooh yum, here are my lists

    Sad food :cry:
    Slimming soups
    Nimble bread

    Happy food :)
    Cooked breakfast
    Spaghetti and meatballs
    Spaghetti bolognese
    Curry, rice and slimming world chips
    Sunday roast
    Chilli and rice
  17. Speranza

    Speranza Well-Known Member

    Some of my favourites are :
    (I do all Green days)
    Jacket potato, Branston Beans and 2 poached eggs
    Roast Veg, Quorn pieces cooked with herbs,
    SW Oven Chips with mushy peas
    Homemade Veg soup with packet of Ryvita minis to dip in the soup
    Alpen light bar with cup of Twinings Andalusia Tea
    Mushroom and Feta (HexA) Omlette

    The list is endless really :)
    I'm never hungry and always feel like i'm eating too much!!!
  18. charlottegrace1

    charlottegrace1 Well-Known Member

    Its got to be the comfort foods for me, curries, spagbol, chilli, sausage and mash etc. They really don't feel like diet foods. Anything salady makes me want to reach for a length of rope lol
  19. DisneyMumma

    DisneyMumma Well-Known Member

    Sausage (Quorn Bramley) and Egg Sandwich on White Nimble with Ketchup. Yum!
  20. pinktiger

    pinktiger Well-Known Member

    I love that I'm still allowed the hot choc in the evening, a skinny latte, some chococlate when needed, syn free ice cream (frozen mullerlight) and any meal I fancy really so long as it's done the SW way. When people at work see me having my Alpen lights (2) they look a little confused (esp as before I'd have choc or crisps) and say 'but you're dieting, surely 2 is too many". Or when you take your leftovers in from the night before, my fave is goulash at the mo and they think that you should be eating rabbit food.:rolleyes:

    The only thing that gets to me a little at the mo is everyone else is heating up pasties and sausage rolls in the microwave(not the nicest way like) and the smell makes me crave one but I'm strong and can resist ;) as I know why I'm doing this and will carry on doing this :D (nearly :break_diet: today and picked one up for after WI but resisted the urge)

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