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  1. miniloser

    miniloser New Member

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    Hi I'm new on propoints lost 10lbs but struggling to find lunches that are filling and low propoints :(
     
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  3. kagome75

    kagome75 WWer

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    I normally have the following, which comes up as 8 propoints:

    * sandwich made with 2 slices of WW bread, 30g of philadelphia extra light cheese and 4 slices of thin sliced lean ham (5pp)
    * 1 apple and 1 pear
    * 1 cup of green tea
    * 18g of mixed nuts (3pp)
    * 300g of baby plum tomatoes from tesco's

    otherwise I also have:
    * 1 can of weight watchers tuna in tomato herb dressing 2pp
    * 2 slices of WW bread 3pp
    * 1 pear and 1 apple
    * 1 cup of green tea
    * 18g mixed nuts 3pp
    * 300g of baby plum tomatoes from tesco's

    or also:
    * 1 can of Spicy Tomato microwavable soup from Sainsbury's (those in the nice plastic container) 3pp
    * 2 slices of Ryvita wholegrain 2pp
    * 1 pear, 1 apple
    * 1 cup of green tea
    * 18g mixed nuts 3pp
    * 300g of baby plum tomatoes from tesco's

    sometimes I have a weight watchers soup like the lentils and carrot one that comes out to be 2pp rather than 3, so I can either have 1 ww yogurt in addition or some extra nuts :)

    This is definitely enough for me and it keeps me nicely full until dinner time.
     
  4. old_user45

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    Hi I'm new too!!

    Today I had 2 slices of WW thick wholemeal, a small tin of spaghetti and two scrambled eggs!! It was yummy and really filling, although was 12 points so depending on your allowance may be a bit high!!

    :)
     
  5. miniloser

    miniloser New Member

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    Thankyou for your help, very appreciated
     
  6. lotty_lot

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    I also find that pasta salads can be very filling and low on points at the same time. I use 50 grams (uncooked) of whole wheat pasta (any kind) and mix it with various veggies (bell peppers, cucumber, tomatoes). I add a homemade dressing (honey, balsamic vinegar, olive oil and fat free yoghurt) and that's it! Only 6 points and it keeps me full all afternoon.
     
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    Hi,
    I have 4 slices of ww bread - 4pp, 2 tins of ww tuna 4pp or 2 tins of ww salmon - 6pp with cherry tomatoes -0pp, cucumber and carrots -0pp. then fruit for desert -0pp.
    Or: 4 cracker bread - 4pp, 4 cheese light trianges - 4pp, cherry tomatoes - 0pp, cucumber and carrots 0pp, then fruit for deserts - 0pp.
    Or a weight watchers frozen meal with ww bread and fruit this normally comes to 8 or 10pp's.
    Best of luck. xxx
     
  8. brizzlepixie

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    A tin of Heinz chicken noodles soup is 3pp, and its quite tasty too. I'm in a bit of a soup addiction atm, so I also make veg soups - zero veg all blitzed together, very tasty and very cheap
     
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    I love Heinz tomato soup and a wholemeal pitta bread 7pp altogether, or I have 56g tuna with loads of salad veg and a activia yoghurt and a banana only 3pp
     
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