Sweet craving solution & low points (desert)

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  1. Veggie Dieter

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    I have been looking for a low fat low point alternative to after tea puddings and have found one that is sooooo gorgeous and low.

    I bought the Onken Fat Free strawberry yoghurt, it's a big 450 tub with lid on and I bought some mini merringues, you can get plan or strawberry flavour and all I do is crush the meringue into the youghurt and it's a lovely treat with a chewing texture.

    I normaly pour about a third of a tub in to a bowl and then crumble the meringue on the top.

    I know its not triple choc cheesecake but it has helped me to stay on track with my sweet cravings and I feel like im having a little cheat as I know all day that come tea time i've got that to look forward to after. Hope it helps someone else as well - just wanted to share it.
     
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    I don't post very often I tend to just look but I think this is a great idea for me - thx for sharing it.
     
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    Another good one is 'Jenier' Rooibos and caramel tea. It tastes like buttery rhubarb crumble with toffee and custard. I'm someone who can eat a tin of Quality Street all to myself. I seriously recommend it. When the sugar pangs hit, make yourself a teapot full.
     
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    Where do you get that from and is it free?
     
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    i do the same using a toffee yoghurt and a banana chopped in to little squares like diced, x
     
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    i love the taste of honey so thats how i keep a sweet tooth at bay
    i take a glass, add in some 0 fat plan yogurt and then add a tbsp of oats on top and a third of a banana chopped on top then drizzle honey over it. it looks yum in the glass and banana,honey and oats are a match made in heaven. depending on how much you eat it would for me be around 2pts and filling.
     
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    Oh meringues are definitely my sweet tooth saviour! Who'd have thought something so yummy would be so low in points! I know that when I am out and about and fancy something sweet a quick pop in to Marks & Spencer to get some of their meringues definitely does the job :D I sometimes make myself little sundaes - point free jelly, topped with fat free yoghurt, covered in crumbled meringue with a big dollop of low fat squirt cream on top - heaven!!! :D
     
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    Totally forgotten about meringues and how low they are!!!

    I love a bit of banana & yogurt though! <3 Omnomnomnom.

    Thanks for the posts guys, lots of yummy low point idea's :D
     
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