Need snack ideas

Discussion in 'Slimming World' started by hopefulslimmer, 18 October 2009.

  1. hopefulslimmer

    hopefulslimmer Well-Known Member

    Hey peeps,

    I have been eating alot more fruit than I ever had and I think that might be slowing my weight loss, so I am going to try a week without it. I usually have a hugh bowl of chopped fruit with a muller light over the top for my morning snack so I need ideas on what to replace it with, preferably syn free (I like to save my syns for the weekend).

    Any ideas?????
  2. Laddiesboy

    Laddiesboy I ♥ Slimming World :)

    Well it's boring, and despite being syn free it does use a HEa AND a HEb, but I always have 2 Weetabix, semi-skimmed milk with some Splenda on it.

    I like it as I don't have to weigh cereal out - just add the two Weetabix. I always felt with other cereals that we aren't getting much for our HEb lol.

    Oh, and it's tasty and filling :)
  3. eye6769

    eye6769 Vegetarian who lives2eat

    Eat a red pepper just like an apple, lovely and sweet. or make a rice pudding with some milk from your hex and water add brown splenda for a great taste.
  4. hopefulslimmer

    hopefulslimmer Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the suggestions girls, unfortunately I can't stomach rice pudding or weetabix :(

    I think I will try making the chicken liver pate and have that with some rivita this week. Any suggestions for savoury snacks would be much appreciated :D
  5. eye6769

    eye6769 Vegetarian who lives2eat

    You can make lovely pate from beans,any sort.mixed with herbs,tomato onions garlic spice and of course all free, eat with celery or some finn crisp as your hex
  6. ann morris

    ann morris Member

    what about mushroom omlette as they are both superfree foods
  7. cinderzxx

    cinderzxx Well-Known Member

    hard boiled eggs!!!
    great little snack and they are quite filling too...

    theres the usual boring things like carrot sticks... (hmmm :s not sure about them but they are something to crunch on and sweet like fruit)...

    or fat free yoghurts?


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