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Lower cal puds and treats

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BallerinaZeena Wed 17-Apr-13 18:33:41

Does anyone have any suggestions for lower calorie and lower fat puddings and treats?

I'm trying to lose a serious amount of weight at the moment and I just want chocolate pudding and a decent sized portion of it!

All suggestions gratefully received! smile

cathpip Wed 17-Apr-13 18:39:45

Have you tried a chocolate and banana milkshake? basically banana,milk and a couple of teaspoons of nesquik. Its lovely and very filling!

AndMiffyWentToSleep Wed 17-Apr-13 18:53:33

Or a banana split made with natural yogurt instead of ice cream and no whipped cream?

BallerinaZeena Wed 17-Apr-13 18:54:37

Banana is one of the few things I don't like! grin

nextphase Wed 17-Apr-13 19:03:07

Bowl of chocolate cereal and (semi) skimmed milk?

wtf1981 Wed 17-Apr-13 19:33:36

Fat free or low fat yogurt with mixed berries or a swirl of honey, cup of low cal hot choc, sugar-free jelly, vanilla muller light with choc sprinkles, angel delight with skimmed milk, a creme caramel, a treat-size kit kat . . .

BallerinaZeena Wed 17-Apr-13 20:08:15

Angel delight! I forgot that exists!!

tigerlilygrr Sat 20-Apr-13 11:27:38

Cottage cheese in a ramekin with half a peach or any other fruit on top. Sprinkle with brown sugar and grill

juneybean Sat 20-Apr-13 11:28:25

Meringue nest, low fat yoghurt and fruit?

taypottick Sat 20-Apr-13 11:40:38

Chocolate mousse pots are usually lowish calorie wise, with a sprinkling of flake chocolate on top.

8dayweek Sun 21-Apr-13 15:23:07

I do a "cheats cheesecake" which is just lemon curd and cream cheese mixed together on a biscuit base, a friend has has great success using the extra-light cheese and weight watchers lemon curd and digestive biscuits. X

BallerinaZeena Sun 21-Apr-13 20:00:59

Sounds fantastic, thank you smile

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