What do you put on Scan Bran to make it edible?

(13 Posts)
KatharineClifton Fri 05-Jun-15 22:50:33

When I did SW before I got two A's as a vegy so could use low fat cream cheese, but it's all taken on milk now. I know that Marshmallow Fluff is lovely but that is one of the reasons I'm back at SW grin I tried marmite and it was disgusting on Scan Bran.

What do you use that can be free or low syn?

PattiODoors Fri 05-Jun-15 22:57:34

Mashed banana?

Am assuming it is a ryvita style thingie!

KatharineClifton Fri 05-Jun-15 23:43:48

Yes, like Ryvita but a lot harder to eat. Yes, mashed banana might just work, cheers.

lighteningirl Sat 06-Jun-15 07:25:44

Sliced banana and crispy bacon or hot tinned tomatoes and poached egg (I poach the egg in the tomatoes)

Parrish Sat 06-Jun-15 10:26:08

Someone at my group called it a scrubber yesterday for her insides. Better than ex-lax she said. Put me right off!

Huffpot Sat 06-Jun-15 14:44:03

I used to put quark mixed with an options hot chocolate and sweetener on top then sliced strawberries...The only way I could eat them but 5 a day as a HEX did not agree with me on toilet all night

HemlockStarglimmer Sat 06-Jun-15 15:14:03

Don't mash the banana or you'll have to syn for it. Sliced is fine.

I like Quark on mine, sometimes with Marmite.

HemlockStarglimmer Sat 06-Jun-15 15:15:32

grin Parrish. My first consultant, years ago, called them carpet tiles. They are an acquired taste.

wowfudge Sat 06-Jun-15 15:28:42

I used to break them up and mix them with weetabix for a more filling breakfast.

DragonWithAGirlTattoo Fri 19-Jun-15 13:59:53

they're rank!

i tried a scan bran cake and that was revolting too

annielostit Fri 19-Jun-15 17:17:59

Cheese & jam is yummy.

KatharineClifton Mon 22-Jun-15 18:20:52

I really like them with cream cheese - Asda do a delish chilli one. But need milk more than cream cheese on plan.

itstheyearzero Sat 04-Jul-15 13:22:18

I put sliced banana and a very light drizzle of honey on (I syn the honey). Its not too bad!

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