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Snacks on INDUCTION

#1
Hello lovely Atkinsers!
Was wondering if I could have some snack ideas for those of us on Induction specifically.
I keep reading about people having pepperami or pepperoni or chopped up hotdog sausages etc but are these really induction friendly? I'd have thought they had a fair bit of sugar or other hidden carbs?
Thanks folks :devilangel:
 
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cokes

Silver Member
#3
Cheese crisps too. Grate some of your allowance on to grease proof paper or microwavable tray, bang in the microwave for 2-3 minutes depending on your micro's strength (just experiment). They taste lovely. I make a big one and just snap it into smaller bits. I also add black pepper sometimes, and sometimes a little spring onion. Videos on youtube of how to make them if you get stuck. They satisfy my need for something cripsy though x
 

Zion

Full Member
#4
A lot of people have pork scratchings. I don't really like them myself but they're less than 1g of carbs per bag normally.

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ladyfelsham

Clean green leafy machine
#5
I just had a small bag of scratchings this afternoon, I get them in bags of 12 from the Pound Shop - about 0.3carbs per bag.

I also leave lots of meat leftovers in the fridge for something to nibble on. Pork belly strips are great for this.
 

kittykat6279

Mad Take Thatter!
#6
ahhhhh pork scratchings!! My favourite :) as are baby bels, actually any cheese, just cut a chunk off and munch away! celery with no added sugar peanut butter is yummy too but not for induction. Hartleys no added sugar jellys are great too!
 
#7
That's great thanks. I'd rather leave the sauagey snacks alone whilst I'm on induction I think as I'm wary of hidden nasties and also becoming too reliant on them. But the ideas above are really really helpful so thank you.:thankyou:
Can I have sugar-free jelly at this stage then? :thinking2:
 
#10
Cool. Had quite a few cravings already so I may have to treat myself to a sugar-free jelly over the weekend, particularly once 'the flu' sets in, lol :icecream::sigh2::sad0071:
 

ladyfelsham

Clean green leafy machine
#11
Another thing that helped me during the flu was making a hot drink out of chicken or beef stock - I use the Knorr liquid one called Touch of Taste, it's 0.4 carbs per 100ml - don't know why it made me feel better, but I wasn't arguing :D
 

Zion

Full Member
#12
ladyfelsham said:
Another thing that helped me during the flu was making a hot drink out of chicken or beef stock - I use the Knorr liquid one called Touch of Taste, it's 0.4 carbs per 100ml - don't know why it made me feel better, but I wasn't arguing :D
Interesting Lady F...I'm gonna give that a try too. :)

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#14
Okay, so now I have two ideas for comfort food during 'the flu'- sf jelly 'n' cream and stock drinks (which I'm guessing are a bit bovril-esque).
 

Quak

Gold Member
#15
I think it is the salt content of the stock drinks that helps with the flu (from what I remember of the science bit in the book) x
 

ladyfelsham

Clean green leafy machine
#16
Thanks Bren that makes sense :)

Think I need to read the book again - and stop skipping bits, this time :eek:
 
#18
Bought a big bag of bags (if you see what I mean) of pork crunch from Makro yesterday. Info on the side seems to indicate well under 1 gram of carbs per bag but the ingredients say 'rusk' (which the normal scratchings also said) and they look like cereal snacks/crisps...are they deffo ok? I had a bag yesterday and today, so really hoping so or I've b******d up already!
 

ladyfelsham

Clean green leafy machine
#19
You'll be fine, just include them in your carb count :)
 


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