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Low point savory snack

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  1. Maybride2011

    Maybride2011 Full Member

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    Does anyone know of any tasty low point savoury snack I love crisps but I eat to many as I'm a really savoury girl. I have lots of low point sugary snacks but would prefer savoury??
     
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    Anyone??
     
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    sainsburys do so good low fat soya crisps, cheese and red onion flavour and work out at 1.5 points a bag. :)
     
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    I prefer savory too. Skips are 2 pp for a 17 gram bag, velvet crunch cheddar & spring onion crisps are 2 pp for a 20 gram bag & walkers lights ready salted are 3 pp for a 24 gram bag.
     
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    I have melba toasts with a bit of vlf cheese spread and cucumbers on the top or lf humous and I know it's not a packet of crisps they are great to munch on for a very low point alternative. ALso the lf crisps from Aldi are very good for ww as are frazels, french fries, wotsits, quavers and the baked version of crisps - hope ive helped a bit.
     
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    Glad someone started this threat - I'm a savoury girl rather than sweet things and its good to know there are alternative choices out there for me :)
     
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    Try rice crackers....there is a brand in tesco called 'velvet crunch' I think! Salt and vinegar and sweet chilli!

    2pp per pack!

    Or graze boxes! They rock!
     
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    im loving the new jacobs oddities in cheese, not tried the bacon ones yet but they work out at 1.5 points per bag x
     
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    I eat Snack A Jacks for my savoury snack fix, salt and vinegar =0.5. There are other flavours too but can't remember what they are.
     
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    breadsticks dipped in low fat phili (morrisons mini breadsticks in the red tub work out at 1point for 25 of them) or marmite, a lot of multipack crisps like quavers, wotsits, french fries work out at 1.5pts per bag, crumpets xx
     
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    Tuc biscuits are half a point you could have 2 with a laughing cow extra light also half a point.some chopped tomato ,salt and pepper. For 1and half points x
     
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    I'm glad to see the Oddities are low points! You get a fair few in there too, so it's really good for us who like to feel like we're eating something. :)
     
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    Salt and Vinegar Snack a Jacks are 1.5pts (for a 22g multipack bag)
    My fave savoury snack is cucumber and carrot sticks with low fat houmous though. Sainsbury's do a fab little variety pack of 3 x 60g tubs in their Be Good To Yourself range. Each tub is only 1.5pts each :) NOMNOMNOM!

    ooh... or 2 crumpets and 1 Lolcow Light (It's what we call Laughing Cow cheese triangles in our house) for 2.5pts. You can add Marmite too if you have no tastebuds like my OH ;)

    Anyway, I'm making myself hungry so I'll go start tea! :p
     
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