Lasagne crisps

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  1. LisaC

    LisaC Gold Member

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    Ok so I made these last week after a recipe someone posted. I then found out that you have to syn the pasta as you're not using it the way you would normally i.e. lasagne, and could therefore eat much more of it.

    My consultant said you syn it as if you were on an original day (being green always I had no idea) so thought I'd share that in case anyone else wondered too.
     
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    I think the thinking is that as lasagne it is a filling nitritious meal. Free food should be food that fills. As sheets it is in addition to that filling meal.Used as a snack, so you wold end up eating more, and so sould be synned. You have put a lot of negative posts on here overnight. Questions are one thing, but do you ahve to be so negative.

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    Lynda is spot on, if you were to make a lasagne you'd prob use 3/4 sheets & not even eat the whole thing whereas if you cook it to make crisps you could easily eat 4 sheets worth which is double the amount you'd normally eat.
     
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