Most recent list of Healthy Extra B cereal bars (May 2014)

Discussion in 'Slimming World - Healthy Extras' started by Princess_Stevie, 8 May 2014.

  1. Princess_Stevie

    Princess_Stevie Well-Known Member

    Hi all. I know there's been a bit of a flap lately with Slimming World changing some of the Healthy Extras, and for a little while only two bars (except for HiFi's) qualifying as a B choice.

    Just checked the SW website this morning and they have updated their list once again. The HExB cereal bars which are listed as of today are:

    - 1 x Toffee Dazzler or Rainbow Smashems or Milk Chocolate or Strawberry Crusher flavour Weetabix Oaty bar
    - 1 x Dark or Milk Chocolate Special K Chewy Delight bar
    - 1 x Morrisons NuMe Chewy Cranberry Cereal bar
    - 1 x Tesco Healthy Living Chocolate & Caramel Cereal bar
    - 2 x Tesco Healthy Living Apple & Strawberry Cereal bar
    - 1 x Asda Chosen By You Apple & Raspberry or Banoffee or Chocolate flavour Vitality Chewy Cereal Bar
    - 2 x Honey Monster Stix Honeycomb & Milk Chocolate Cereal bar

    Hope this helps!
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  2. jen3

    jen3 Well-Known Member

    fab - thanks for the info
  3. pippalata

    pippalata Well-Known Member

  4. Minimunchkins

    Minimunchkins Well-Known Member

    The only one missing from your list Princess_Stevie is:

    1 x Morrisons NuMe Chewy Chocolate Fudge :)
  5. Tracy831

    Tracy831 HERE I GO AGAIN !!!!!!!


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  6. Happy Holidays

    Happy Holidays Well-Known Member

  7. PeggyDee

    PeggyDee Well-Known Member

    Thank you for this.
  8. mag104

    mag104 Well-Known Member

    Many thanks for the info xx:)
  9. Whiteybitey

    Whiteybitey Well-Known Member

    Is it true you can still use the alpen bars as a hea as long as its the old ones that are 70cals?
  10. Happy Holidays

    Happy Holidays Well-Known Member

  11. Whiteybitey

    Whiteybitey Well-Known Member

    Cool thanks x
  12. Beckieee

    Beckieee Well-Known Member

    The aldi ones are 66 cal each, I've heard these would be 2 for Hex B?
  13. mhajs

    mhajs Active Member

    So we can have the chocolate honey monster stix? I saw a post on fb saying we were not allowed them now. Ive been letting the kids eat my stash!

    Edit - Ignore me...Ive just saw the other post about this! Had a few days away and I miss everything!
  14. turtlemoose

    turtlemoose Member

    Are the Aldi bars not HEB any more? I know they've been out of stock for MONTHS but my Aldi has got them back in now.

    Choc & fudge: 65 cal, 7.2g fibre
    Apple & sultana: 68 cal, 6.8g fibre
    Summer fruit: 68 cal, 6.7g fibre
  15. Beckieee

    Beckieee Well-Known Member

    ive got these, they are about the same as the Alpen under 70 cal so I've been using them as x2 for HExB. I'll ask at group on Saturday though x
  16. Mandlegrot

    Mandlegrot Well-Known Member

    Booo, none i can eat!!!
  17. Minimunchkins

    Minimunchkins Well-Known Member

    The Aldi bars are no longer listed as a SW HEb - if you choose to use them as such & it doesn't affect your losses, then all well & good. However SW must have removed them from their list for some reason so........
  18. Beckieee

    Beckieee Well-Known Member

    True, I'm going to use the rest that I've got as syns and then try the ones on the list x
  19. turtlemoose

    turtlemoose Member

    I'm not saying they should be used as a HEB (in fact my post asked if they could be or not). I'm wondering, when did the recipe change? When did they get removed from the list?

    My consultant was always reluctant to mention benefit bars as a heb, I assume because it affected her hifi sales. She skipped over them when I brought them in to a taster session. Just sayin'.
  20. BrokenMirrors

    BrokenMirrors Well-Known Member

    Still clinging to my beloved Alpen Light bars :( Anyone know when the new ones are replacing these ones?

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