Best lowest fat cheese for slimming world? any advice please?

(7 Posts)
hertsmum10 Wed 08-Jan-14 16:16:47

Hi guy's I would really love some advise, and have a few questions...

What's the best cheese to buy for slimming world?

pasta?

and bread?

I am a total newbie and I am going to give this free plan ago http://www.slimmingworld.com/healthy-eating/vegetarian-menu.aspx before I payout and join my local group x

mumma24 Wed 08-Jan-14 22:18:30

Hi, I'm vegetarian, wholemeal pasta and wholegrain bread best option. Bread is a healthy extra though not a free food, I'm only having a couple of slices of bread a week, I prefer to have milk as my healthy extra, cheese is classed as a syn, not sure how many syns? I'm not having any! SW have offer on at the moment, starting dieting from 1st Jan and have lost 6pounds this week, I'm starting their 12 week plan next week with a friend, check it out, it doesn't cost much, and will help enormously, good luck

mumma24 Wed 08-Jan-14 22:22:21

Try reduced fat cheddar

TheDetective Wed 08-Jan-14 22:44:06

I get the grated reduced fat cheddar in a bag from Aldi. Tastes fine to me!

I use mozzarella a lot though as you can have 45g of this, more than cheddar.

I use white pasta, as this is my preference, and is free on SW.

Bread, I get wholemeal, 75p from Aldi for a large loaf, and have 1.75 slices grin which is 60g! (I cut the crusts off!)

Fishandjam Wed 08-Jan-14 22:46:35

Fat free cottage cheese is a free food - can be tricky to find though. I think Longley Farm do one, which from memory tastes pretty nice (if you like cottage cheese).

low low mature slices are ok, 2 slices is a healthy extra A choice if i remember correctly.

KeepTryin Sun 19-Jan-14 22:56:52

Warburtons 400g wholemeal, 2 slices for your b choice. I keep mine in the freezer and just stick two slices in the toaster

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