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How many points in homemade white bread?

Discussion in 'Weight Watchers - ProPoints Plan Recipes' started by staceyb_2003, 19 September 2011 Social URL.

  1. staceyb_2003

    staceyb_2003 Full Member

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    Just invested in a breadmaker just wondered how many points is in a slice ? I don't eachmuch bread but just wondering for when i do
     
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    I was advised to add all the ingredients together to get the full number per loaf and then divide it by how many slices I can cut it into - its not totally accurate but is the best I can get to working it out. In my case on gluten free bread it worked out at 5 points per slice from memory so I gave up and went back to cripsbreads for a while!!!
     
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    I try not to eat much bread personally, but I'd treat it the same as a fresh-baked farmhouse loaf from the supermarket...which is about 2 or 3pp for a 35g slice. Not sure if that's right, but I don't imagine there'd be much difference between a home loaf and a shop loaf.
     
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