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Craving a Greggs ....

(20 Posts)
LittleNettle Mon 22-Feb-16 16:31:08

And I really want a cheese and onion pasty! Are they okay to eat in pregnancy?


lilygirl81 Mon 22-Feb-16 16:32:37

I can't see why not!

Pinkheart5915 Mon 22-Feb-16 16:35:16

Of course.

Go treat yourself, your pregnant enjoy!

Fugghetaboutit Mon 22-Feb-16 16:39:39

Why wouldn't they be???

Fugghetaboutit Mon 22-Feb-16 16:40:21

I have two Greggs stores within 150 meters of eachother so I'm never too far from a sausage roll!

dementedpixie Mon 22-Feb-16 16:40:23

Why on earth wouldn't they be??

LittleNettle Mon 22-Feb-16 16:43:05

Thankyou everyone! Just got one! I thought incase of soft cheese!

mascaraisamust Mon 22-Feb-16 16:43:36

I have consumed a few pasties from Greggs! Every now and then won't hurt, I want one now hmm

dementedpixie Mon 22-Feb-16 16:47:46

But its cooked, so even if it did have soft cheese in it at the start then cooking would destroy anything that would make you ill

TurnOffTheTv Mon 22-Feb-16 16:48:40

It's melted cheese not soft cheese grin

LittleNettle Mon 22-Feb-16 16:49:35

Ah thankyou! Mind thoroughly put at ease! Its mt first pregnancy so I am second guessing everything!

bessie84 Mon 22-Feb-16 18:20:37

ooohh i had 2 (yes 2) cheese and onion pasties on Friday from Greggs. felt good at the time of having them, then vile after. ENJOY Xx

NeedACleverNN Mon 22-Feb-16 18:23:59

Bless you! All these worries about what food to eat makes me laugh sometimes.

A friend actually asked if she was allowed to eat yorkie puds when pregnant because of the milk hmm grin

I didn't laugh much

Mslg Mon 22-Feb-16 18:27:23

Bless you, I think common sense should be applied when wondering if certain foods are OK in pregnancy! Greggs pasties aren't on the NHS foods to avoid list anyway!

Kitkatmonster Mon 22-Feb-16 22:10:49

Why on earth would you think they wouldn't be?! It's up there with the best junk/comfort food. I'm pretty sure the onion even counts as 1 of your 5 a day ;)

MyKingdomForBrie Mon 22-Feb-16 22:12:50

The only 'soft' cheeses to avoid are mould ripened ones like blue cheeses or brie (hence my name change sad)

dementedpixie Mon 22-Feb-16 22:14:18

You can cook the blue cheeses and then they are ok to eat

skankingpiglet Mon 22-Feb-16 22:22:27

This pregnancy I've even been eating the 'banned' cheeses tbh, after discovering I was more likely to be involved in a fatal road traffic accident during my lifetime than contract listeria during pregnancy. I had a brie and bacon salad on Saturday. It was delicious.
I've got bigger problems however... I had to talk myself down from visiting a McDonald's drive thru today. I've not eaten McD's for 15yrs! I was actually planning how to hide the evidence from my DH when I got home, as he'd never let me forget it. I'm glad I changed my mind, I'd have regretted it immediately. I think

Enjoy your pasty OP, perfectly safe smile

Dannii1230 Sun 05-Jun-16 12:01:38

Ino this sounds stupid but I'm 22 weeks pregnant and just getting over food poisoning from nandos -__- so worried about what to eat now ...
Does anyone know if you can eat the chicken tikka sandwiches from subway?
Thankyou in advance! X

cheapredwine Sun 05-Jun-16 14:31:46

Yes of course you can. Why wouldn't you be able to?

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