1. frulewis

    frulewis New Member

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    Ok i have a real problem (apart from the six stone i need to lose!!). I'm a real snacker and i know that has to stop now i'm in WW but what i'm looking for is some ideas about what i could have/make instead of crisps and chocolates that is low in points and still tasty to have in case i get an uncontrollable urge?? thanks much x
     
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    WMBB Can't w8 2 b "Dr.WMBB" :)

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    carrot sticks, strawberries, hot chocolate, ww nachos, fruit, sugar free jelly.
     
  4. last7lbstogo!

    last7lbstogo! Full Member

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    Velvet crunch crisps, pink and whites, grapes, low cal cereal bars, rich tea, cookies, jaffa cakes, ww cake slices, ice cream cone.

    I make my own version of a trifle for 2 points and it tastes lovely - trifle sponge from Tesco (1pt), sugar free jelly (0pt), a sliced strawberry to set in the jelly, HL custard (1pt), I don't like cream but add a dollop of squirty cream or something if you like
     
  5. sara-kate

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    frozen grapes green ones they taste so musch nicer then normal grapes and take ages to eat
     
  6. nicoleaimee

    nicoleaimee chunky chick :-)

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    melba toast is a fav of mine, low fat crisps, any jelly based sweet is low points (like fruit pastilles and jelly tots) snack size cho bars are about 2/3 points. have a look at my diary, i east quite a few low cal snacks!
     
  7. Jillybean123

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    I love to snack on snack a Jacks I don't think they have much points in them!
     
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    Smirky Gold Member

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    bread sticks, mini ones tesco 7cals each can have about 4 i think for half a point
     
  9. yummymummy75

    yummymummy75 Silver Member

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    it's 5 of them:D i found them a few weeks back and am addicted to them,so if i have a glass of wine i'll have 10 and 50g aldi low fat cheese and still only works out at 2 and half points
     
  10. sharkbait1983

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    I like to snack as well - it has always been my downfall as I have a sweet tooth! I have found that if you pop some Curlywurlys into the freezer they are delicious, satisfy the sweet tooth and are 2.5 points each. I also eat snack a jacks for 1.5 points per pack and milky ways (the little ones - not the double packs) and they are also 1.5 points. At work I mainly snack on fruit!

    Sharkbait1983 x
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