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laughing cow light

gonnabesmall

is doin this
has anyone tried these in mash?if so what is it likei love butter in mash but thats obviously too high in sins so just wondered about this also you can buy laughing cow lighs blue cheese how many of these can you have as a healthy extra.was a thread on here the other day but never realay found out x
 
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cara78

Full Member
Hi there! I use this in Jackets and in mash all the time - it doesn't "melt" quite as well as butter but I find it's a great substitute. For the mash you could always add a dash of milk from your healthy A allowance to keep it free but help a bit with the consistency!! C xx
 

Tia1976

Full Member
I think I read somewhere that "butter buds" available from Lakeland are half a sin per sachet and apparently they taste delicious.


Butter Buds®


Low calorie powdered butter substitute. All the flavour of butter without the fat.
Produced from real butter, Butter Buds undergo a special process that removes the fat and water leaving behind just the original buttery taste.
When sprinkled over hot potatoes, vegetables, pasta or rice, they'll butter you up... but, containing only 5 calories per sachet, not your waistline!
One sachet contains the same flavour as 2 teaspoons of butter (approx. 70 calories!).


  • vegetarian
 

Tia1976

Full Member
Just checked this on Sw online - def 1/2 syn for a 2g sachet. Will be buying these next time I go to lakeland. Anyone else tried them?
 

Fallen Angel

Starting again!!
Hmm, no but corn on the cob isn't the same without some butter so I'll be getting some next time I go there too!
 

evethewitch

Silver Member
yes they are very nice and u can use 2 for half a syn 3 is one syn and 4 is one syn lol i use them all the time :D
 

Donnie46

Slow but sure....
Yes I use Butter Buds, I get them from Lakeland online - they are really good and taste buttery especially in a jacket potato.
 




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