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Pasta N Sauce? (and back on the wagon!!)

S: 13st4lb C: 11st7lb G: 10st7lb BMI: 26 Loss: 1st11lb(13.44%)
Quick question: are all the Bachelors pasta n sauces free? (Obviously not including the butter & milk).

I have had a bit of an off weekend with SW - 2 naughty meals out and a barbeque!! I have been really careful not to overeat though and I have not gained...phew :eek:
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S: 11st7lb C: 10st0lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 23.3 Loss: 1st7lb(13.04%)
The ham, leek and cheese, macaroni and carbonara ones aren't free (I think they're around a syn or so) but all the other ones are.

For the new wholewheat ones, look here http://www.minimins.com/syn-values/85631-new-batchelors-wholemeal-pasta-n-sauce.html for the syn values.

I tend to use my HExA so I can make mine with milk, but loads of others just make them with water and sometimes stir in a light laughing cow at the end to make it a bit more creamy.

Hope that helps you!


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S: 11st7lb C: 10st0lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 23.3 Loss: 1st7lb(13.04%)
Gutted as I bought the ham, leek & cheese one lol, it looks yummy!! xx
Not too bad!

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S: 16st0.5lb C: 16st0.5lb G: 11st0lb BMI: 35.2 Loss: 0st0lb(0%)
I love the Cheese & Broccoli one (free) with tuna and sweetcorn mixed in! Yum!

Bolognese, Chicken & Mushroom, Chicken & Garlic, Chicken & Herb, Tikka Masala, Cheese & Broccoli, Mushroom & Wine, Tomato Onion & Herb.

1/2 syn per pack:

1 syn per pack:
Cheese Leek & Ham, Macaroni Cheese.

(Not including milk & butter or the wholewheat varieties)

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