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Only have 2.5pts left for the day!

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  1. pinkyfluff

    pinkyfluff Grappling with life

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    What will I do with them??

    I thought maybe a bowl of cereal later to tide me over til bed time?

    I did have a big roast dinner and I spent a whopping 6.5pts on a slice of cheesecake so I can't grumble!

    As you can see I am not a believer in saving points! As a serious over-eater I need every single one!

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  3. missybct

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    A bowl of cereal sounds like a fabulous idea, or some toast? Maybe a banana if you like them :) xxx
     
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    Cereal sounds good!! or some crackers with cream cheese? ham salad?
     
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    You'll probably think its revolting, but I really like a banana mashed on a slice of toast? Would that fit in with your points? Its really filling!!! Cheesecake sounds AWESOME!!! x x
     
  6. pinkyfluff

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    I am not sure if the cheesecake was worth 6.5 pts although it was a toffee and chocolate one! A few days ago I would have eaten half of it at 19.5 points! Shocking.

    I think I will have cereals. I have some cookie crisp that work out at 2.5pts for 30g with milk.

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    Look at how well your doing not having loads of cheesecake :) although 6.5 points is alot if you hadn't had it you may of had all your points and thought sod it I'll have some anyway so I think you did the right thing, I've used points on high pointed food lots and left me with little so I have weetabix or porridge, chicken salad, o point soup you could have o point soup and chicken salad or ham salad.

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    Ive got 1 point left for today! But in my defense, I had a gorgeous sunday roast (first bit of proper food ive eaten in 3 days coz ive been unwell!) and I am going to bed quite shortly coz im shattered so proberly wont want anything else today anyway!

    Iv got a point free jelly in the fridge so can always munch on that if I really have to have something!
     
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    cereal sounds good esp cookie crunch - i've never bought it but it always sounds really good - if i got it i dont think i'd be able to only eat a portion lol:) i've got 4.5 left today and i plan on using them on a weight watchers sticky toffee pud (has anyone tried it? this is the first time i've bought them) and a frozen low fat chocolate mousse whilst watching x factor :D to make up for the fact i dont have the take away i usually have!
     
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