Mayo substitute?

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  1. 366to266

    366to266 Wanna lose 100lb

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    Help please! In dire need of a mayo substitute. I am accustomed to Hellman's in large amounts, which, obviously, I have had to give up completely.

    I want to make some rollups using romaine lettuce, sliced chicken breast and salad stuffs. I cannot get the taste combo of creamy chicken breast and Hellmans put of my mind.

    I've read lots of reviews of all the low fat commercial substitutes and most people hate them. They are also full of sugar and artificial sweeteners, which I want to avoid.

    I've seen a few recipes using yoghurt, but I cannot imagine how that can possibly taste anything like mayo. Can anyone vouch for them?

    Am happy to "spend" up to 100 calories per rollup just on the dressing.

    Hope someone can help!

    Helena
     
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  3. 366to266

    366to266 Wanna lose 100lb

    Start Weight:
    26st7lb
    Current Weight:
    23st3lb
    Goal Weight:
    21st5lb
    Lost(%):
    3st4lb(12.4%)
    Diet:
    1800 calories
  4. georgina2930

    georgina2930 Silver Member

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    I love hellmans mayo its my weakness iv been using light and its not the same is it x
     
  5. julianna

    julianna a closet skinny

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    I know that there is a 0 calorie mayo sold on amazon it's called walden farms not tried it myself though and can also be found on walden farms uk hope this helps and you can also order from satisfood .co.uk and they give discount for large orders too
     

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  6. georginathomas

    georginathomas Silver Member

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    weight watchers
    Tesco light does one 14 cals per spoon
     
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