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Snacks that aren’t fruit or yogurt

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IntoTheFloodAgain Sun 04-Mar-18 17:30:44

I’m getting really sick of fruit and yogurt, especially in the cold weather. I need something a bit more soft and scrumptious (can’t think of a better word).

I make some oat cookies every now and again that I save my hexb for.
Has anyone got any ideas of something similar?
I’d rather keep them syn free, but can use my hex for but very low syn will also do.

Anything without fruit ideally!

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IntoTheFloodAgain Sun 04-Mar-18 17:32:22

Should have said sweet snacks, ideally!

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Mymouthgetsmeintrouble Sun 04-Mar-18 17:41:12

Sugar free jelly

Groovee Sun 04-Mar-18 21:29:09

I eat quark a lot. A lady at my class puts an options sachet in hers.

Jelly, the 10 cal pots are half a syn or its 1.5 syns for a sachet made up.

I eat carrots and sugar snap peas a lot with pickled onions.

Farmerswife36 Sun 04-Mar-18 21:30:39

Do u mean more starchy ? Jelly is too cold and much like yoghurt

OwlinaTree Sun 04-Mar-18 23:07:22

Meranges are quite low syn.

EllenJanethickerknickers Sun 04-Mar-18 23:13:36

Pickled eggs. Not exactly sweet, though. Sorry!

FrozenMargarita17 Sun 04-Mar-18 23:14:31

Yes was going to say meringues. Sometimes nice with the fruit/yoghurt!! I've also read a recipe for salted caramel chocolate rice pudding.. I'll try find it

FrozenMargarita17 Sun 04-Mar-18 23:16:04

Here's the recipe and photo. I haven't tried it but it looks delicious !

PlaymobilPirate Sun 04-Mar-18 23:16:53

Ham / eggs

IntoTheFloodAgain Sun 04-Mar-18 23:43:11

mmmmm @frozen that looks lovely.

@farmerswife yes a bit more starchy or even something a bit creamier.

Fruit just doesn’t do much for my sweet tooth except get stuck in it!

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OrlandaFuriosa Sun 04-Mar-18 23:44:16

If not sweet,

Carrots
Biltong

PlaymobilPirate Sun 04-Mar-18 23:53:49

My new favourite - looks minging but bloody lovely. Prunes (healthy b) in fat free fromage frais

CuriousHedgehog Mon 05-Mar-18 14:00:37

Sweet cloud bread sandwich with whipped quark and raspberry filling. I can almost pretend it’s a Victoria sponge. If you use less than 1tbsp sweetener per portion then it’s free. Still a bit fruit and yoghurt-y though maybe...
Baked oats are also good if you want to use your HexB.

IntoTheFloodAgain Mon 05-Mar-18 14:25:43

@CuriousHedgehog oooo cloud bread looks enough like cake to me! I’ve just had a quick look online, some recipes say cream of tartar (is that free), some say vinegar?
How do you make it?

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Flutterby81 Mon 05-Mar-18 15:00:49

Although fruit and yoghurty my fav desert at minute is fat free yoghurt with a meringue nest broken up stirred on with berries Low Syn and delicious

CuriousHedgehog Mon 05-Mar-18 15:41:30

I use baking powder (because it was what I had in the cupboard and it works!), which is half a syn for a tsp, but I use half a tsp to make 8, then eat them two at a time, so they are only 0.06 syns per serving which is pretty much free in my opinion. They are more meringue-y than anything (nothing like real bread!) but I enjoy them!

Adcro Wed 14-Mar-18 18:22:56

Try these smile

twochubbycubs.com/slimming-world-recipes/#snacks
twochubbycubs.com/slimming-world-recipes/#desserts

MilkyCoffeeAndSkinnySyrup Sun 18-Mar-18 23:15:22

Quiche muffins. Follow the SW Quiche recipe, but divide them into muffin tins/cupcake moulds. Lovely, syn free snack smile

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