Help people used all my pp today now the hunger coming on and I no it's just for junk food but agggh! It's so hard when this happens trying to keep my weekly allowance for Saturday :/
Oerba_dia_Vanille said:Can you tell me a bit about what you ate?
If you have any fruit or veg at hand, eat that or something filling with low points.
Some foods are more filling than others, that is why I try to fill up with brown rice, whole-wheat pasta, potatoes combined with lots veggies, meat/fish/vegetarian replacement stuff.
Found that cream crackers are really good snacks, I can eat 10 for 1 point (actually I can't eat 10 in a row cause I'm full after 4-5!), and also yogurt/dairy stuff and fruit.
Are you also very active? At work or from sports?
dreamings said:10 cream crackers for 1pp? What brand are they? Sorry but don't think I can agree there, even WW ones are 4 for 2pp or something similar (v. tired but know its not 10 of them!)
10 cream crackers for 1pp? What brand are they? Sorry but don't think I can agree there, even WW ones are 4 for 2pp or something similar (v. tired but know its not 10 of them!)
Oerba_dia_Vanille said:Euroshopper creamcrackers, and no I am not wrong.
I got the packet and calculated with the online points calculator and doesn't matter how many times I fill it in, per cracker or per 100 grams I get the same result.
10 cream crackers are 1 point.
Check it out yourself.
Calories in Euroshopper Cream Crackers - Calories and Nutrition Facts
Just put 1 cracker in mine, multiplied it by 10 and got 10pp, they're 37 calories each according to that anyway (i presume its the same as the box) which is roughly 1pp each.