Pro points - angel(great) and devil(shocker)foods? ! Please share ideas..

(57 Posts)
LeeWT Tue 11-Jan-11 10:02:47

I have just started propoints and thought we could share good ideas but also shockers that we might assume are ok from the old points but are now quite high..

Please add anything good or bad you've discovered I need all the help I can get!!

My few good discoveries are:
Full tray (240g) tesco value chunky tikka chicken - 7 pp (you'd get at least 3 decent sambos out of it)
2 turkey rashers - 1pp
packet of skips 2pp
wotsits 3pp
mini drifter/kitkat 3pp
veg chow mein from Chinese - 6pp
m&s breaded chicken 5pp

My few bad discoveries are:
hula hoops - 5pp
McCoys crisps - 6pp

LayMizzRarb Wed 02-Oct-13 14:08:16

Walkers French Fries crisps can satisfy a crisp craving and are an economic 2pp !

IDugUpADiamond Mon 30-Sep-13 15:45:30

Nothing to add yet as I've only just started WW, but thank you all for all this useful info!

Suebliss22 Mon 30-Sep-13 12:36:24

Hi anyone know how many pro points in asda reduced fat chicken tomato pasta meal thanks

intangible Sun 22-Sep-13 18:20:16

ohhh great thread for a newb :-D

Fedupofdiets Mon 13-May-13 21:20:11

Fantastic thread!

CourgetteSmuggler Fri 10-May-13 06:59:43

Angel-

Pink n' Whites: Marshmallow wafer things (1pp)
Onken fat free yogurt: (1pp per 100g)
Curly Wurly: (3pp)
Yoo Moo frozen yogurt (4pp per mini tub)

Devil-
Red meat! It's always so high.
Most breads..cereals..

DreamingofFour Wed 08-May-13 20:48:29

I love a bowl of cereal in the evening -- half a weetabix plus small volume of skim milk from your daily allowance (I dilute it with water to go further, works for me) = 1 pp only.

dvjj Thu 11-Apr-13 18:48:55

What a great thread and no where near enough comments on it!! I would like to share my favourite low point foods if people are still interested...

Vajazzler Wed 15-Jun-11 12:32:14

My angel foods are:
Meringue nests 1pp each
WW bars that you get in class- the rich toffee one tastes just like a drifter and the chocolate caramel one tastes like a marsbar. 2pp each
Wafer thin ham 3 slices for 1pp
'Light' mayo 1tablespoon 1pp. I use it instead of spread and have been so anal about it that i put the slice of bread on my scales and weight 7g onto the first slice and then 8g onto the second slice blush
King prawns- the 180g pack they sell in tesco is 4pp i put half a pack in a salad for lunch and the other half gets added to stirfry.

Devil foods!:
Pasta! Slimming world convinced me this was a healthy option but the pp value and calorie content is sky high!
Beans! Again, slimming world told me i could eat loads of these for free but one tin for 8pp is not worth it!

SETTERS Tue 14-Jun-11 22:26:52

Hello Ladies....

Just joined program again after many years off & many pounds on so need lots of help & this is fantastic.....

Paid a visit to my local poundland and found all of these WW products with pp on them-
Bagels pack 4 @ 4pp each
Strawberry/ Blackcurrant jam
Lentil & carrot soup @2pp a tin ( 2 tins £1)
Baked beans 4pp a tin (2 tins £1)
wraps @ 4pp each
2 chocolate mousses @ 3pp each
sweet and sour / tikka jar sauce @4pp a jar
mini cheese biscuits (like mini cheddars) 2pp a bag = 6 in pack
Cheese / Chilli nachos 6 pack @ 2pp a pack
cheese / tomato & basil puffs @2pp a pack
various cheese crackers @2pp an ind pack
stem ginger cookies / choc chip cookies 6 in a box 2pp pack 2
6 hot choc sachetts @ 1pp each

Hope this helps save the pennies ??

TheMrsAddison Wed 02-Mar-11 10:47:16

Sorry everyone... Seems I gave you duff info yesterday.

The Belvita biscuits are not four points a pack, they are eight. Poo.

You can tell I'm new to this... Have still scoffed a pack this morning though!

TheMrsAddison Tue 01-Mar-11 17:27:23

Hey everyone,

Just marking my place - I'm a wwpp newbie too. Have about 4.5 - 5 stone to lose

My angel food (at the moment...)is Belvita breakfast biscuits. Four flavours, high-fibre, slow-release, great for brekkie or with a brew.

They're not cheap - I paid £2.29 for a box, but for me they're deffo worth it as I am a biscuit-a-holic.

A box contains six packs of four biscuits and one pack, with fruit for breakfast is only 4 ppts and fills you up till lunch.

Great if you're busy like me!

emeraldbugle Fri 18-Feb-11 13:20:25

I had a Tesco Chocolate Eclair (one from a pack of four), only 4pp, yummy.

Blondeshavemorefun Wed 16-Feb-11 11:37:32

subway do some fab sandwichs for 7/10pp or add more for cheese

i normally have the sweet onion chicken teriyaki for 10p or turkey breast/ham for 7 or beef for 7 and veggie 5

bamboobutton Wed 16-Feb-11 07:51:48

a tube of refreshers is 3pp and can be spread throughout the day.

was horrified to find out that my favourite baked potato with cheese and beans is 14pp and my favourite pret sandwich is 15pp!! what am i going to eat now when i pop into the city shopping??

WynkenBlynkenandNod Wed 16-Feb-11 07:12:54

The small tubes of mini eggs are 6ppwhich I know is a lot but it makes you feel like you aren't on a diet and they last for a long time. If you aren't me you could split them over a couple of days.

JoJoBaldwin Tue 15-Feb-11 19:39:06

My options hot choc should read 2pp not 0!

Blondeshavemorefun Tue 15-Feb-11 18:31:06

lee can you really only eat 1 blush friad i scoff 2 for 5pp

JoJoBaldwin Tue 15-Feb-11 17:21:56

My angel foods:

curly wurly - 3pp (and soooo satisfying)

butternut squash chips - 0pp (made with frylight and a sprinkling of schwartz cajun crunchy spice mix for wedges)

options hot chocolate sachets - 0pp

mushrooms! Suddenly loving these now they are 0pp! Saute in frylight, reserve, then use pan to make a 2 egg omelette. When omelette is almost done put loads of the cooked mushrooms on one side and fold the other side over. Serve with bns chips for 4pp for a very satisfying lunch, or add peas and salad with dressing for an extra healthy pp.

Devil foods:

Bread - always infuriates me how many pps have gone once I add a tiny bit of marg and filling. I'd get the smaller slice variety but hubby doesn't like it, so am doing my best to avoid it altogether.

Baked potatoes - aaargh! Had to have lunch in a cafe and chose this instead of a fried breakfast or panini, thinking it was less pp - but it about the same. So annoyed I turned down the opportunity of a tuna melt now!

Alcohol - not only is it extra pps in itself but it mucks up my willpower when I have had a drink, and I eat rubbish when I am hingover too - so I sabotage myself 3 times over

vicbar Wed 09-Feb-11 23:28:51

Marking my place.

Malteasers are 5 pp - for a standard bag. sooo worth it.

LeeWT Wed 09-Feb-11 23:21:25

Couple good finds:

half a twirl 3pp
5 bacon medallions low fat sainsburys 3pp

and did I mention thus before? Tesco microwave egg fried ricE is 8pp per bag and my husband and I find one is plenty between us.. Handy for portion control!

sparkle101 Mon 07-Feb-11 11:16:31

dyzzidi have a question about the recipe you have posted, it looks great and I fully intend to do it but I haven't got access to the online tracker so what size packs of steak did you use? Did you brown the meat before you put it in or just chuck it in? With the colemans mix did you mix with any water or just the wine?

So many questions but it sounds lovely and I need to get new meal ideas!

TIA

LeeWT Sun 30-Jan-11 08:26:08

Just to echo what someone else said - the m&s fuller for longer range are fab. They seem to range from 8-12pp which for me is fine for dinner tbh.

I had thE ham, potatos, veg and mustard sauce and it was gorgeous for only 8pp! Also I think it's good that a lot of thir meals come with veg which the ww, tesco etc ones don't.

Yes it's definitely more expensive buying low fat, fresh veg, ready meals etc but I have a lot of weightti lose so for me it's worth it as I'm very determind this time!

GeorgeEliot Wed 26-Jan-11 19:23:38

surely you can't expect to lose weight and stay healthy eating all those processed foods?

McDreamy Wed 26-Jan-11 18:40:09

Brilliant thread, I have just started so I am looking for some tips and this is great!

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