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I have 80 cals left and I am desperate for something to eat...

(15 Posts)
querolos Thu 10-Jul-14 22:15:04

Fancy a mug of ovaltine but no idea of calories

Really want a piece of toast and butter


Mintyy Thu 10-Jul-14 22:21:30

Are you actually hungry or is it just the idea of eating something?

If you are hungry I'd eat a boiled egg or a couple of tablespoonfuls of Greek yogurt.

If you just have the munchies then you must resist until tomorrow!

Lightheartedindeed Thu 10-Jul-14 22:21:56

2 tbs = 80 calories according to my fitness pal. May be fate?

That is dry though, not sure if you make it with water or milk?

coffeeinbed Thu 10-Jul-14 22:24:51

some plain yogurt?

querolos Thu 10-Jul-14 22:25:26

I want to sit in bed with a cosy hot drunk and a book

querolos Thu 10-Jul-14 22:25:48



coffeeinbed Thu 10-Jul-14 22:32:45

miso soup?

Sleepysheepsleeping Thu 10-Jul-14 22:34:05

150mls warm milk with some grated dark chocolate sprinkles?

RainbowB7 Thu 10-Jul-14 22:34:22

Green tea? Think that has hardly any cals

Mintyy Thu 10-Jul-14 22:42:04

Well you can't (hot drink and book) that is the price you have to pay. You can have a nice glass of water and a book instead.

coffeeinbed Thu 10-Jul-14 22:45:42

Mint tea is lovely I've heard.

BigChocFrenzy Fri 11-Jul-14 01:04:19

The "cosy hot drunk" sounds nice and he might burn calories smile

McFox Fri 11-Jul-14 01:08:52

I like the idea of a cosy hot drunk smile

What I usually have in this situation is weird but works - half a chicken stock cube, mixed up with some soy sauce, chili flakes, ginger etc in a big mug to make a really light soup. For some reason it's really filling.

Boleh Fri 11-Jul-14 01:19:20

You can definitely have a hot drink for that! Herbal tea, regular tea or coffee with skimmed milk (not a latte!), even something like an options hot chocolate is only 40 cals :-)
If you are genuinely hungry then as said up thread a boiled egg is perfectly possible, veggies like carrot sticks, an apple... There are loads of choices if you just try to stay away from carb, fat or sugar heavy things!

MelanieCheeks Fri 11-Jul-14 11:13:58

Options choc - 40 cals
Ryvita (25) and tirangle of laughing cow light (25)
10 calorie no-sugar jelly
Rice cake with a smear of marmite - 30 cals

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