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What low fat things can you dip into salsa and hummus other than finger veg?

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CrumbsInBed Thu 14-Jun-18 16:21:58

I will be making Slimming world salsa and hummus for work next Monday, but I need to buy low fat things to dip in that don’t have many syns in them.
Crab sticks will stink the place out, so can’t do them, but what else?
I can get bread sticks, but that’s what we normally have and I wanted a change.
Please can anybody advise?
Thanks in advance 💐

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Ricekrispie22 Thu 14-Jun-18 18:00:45

Rice cakes,
Pitta bread strips. One large whole meal pitta is an HEB or 6 syns. A mini pitta is 4.
Peckish rice crackers www.ocado.com/webshop/product/Peckish-Salt--Vinegar-Rice-Crackers-20g-x/274770011 4 syns per packet
Crackerbread 1 syn each
Melba toast thins 4 syns for a pack of 6 thins
Matzo crackers www.sainsburys.co.uk/shop/gb/groceries/rakusens-crackers--99%25-fat-free-150g 1 syn each

CrumbsInBed Thu 14-Jun-18 18:38:39

Thanks @Ricekrispie22, you are a star. I’ve added them all to my shopping list, so I can make my mind up when I go shopping tomorrow.

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MumInTheCity Thu 14-Jun-18 20:28:24

Ryvita rye cakes are really nice, 5 for HEB or 1 syn each, generous size as well.

MumInTheCity Thu 14-Jun-18 20:29:03

Walkers sensations poppadoms are 3 syns per bag and really tasty too!

Actuallycando3 Thu 14-Jun-18 20:30:37

Carrot, cucumber, and pepper sticks

tabulahrasa Thu 14-Jun-18 22:07:18

“One large whole meal pitta is an HEB or 6 syns”

10 syns and not a HEB... there’s a b free one and a Waitrose one that are HEBs but not just any whole meal one.

CrumbsInBed Thu 14-Jun-18 22:27:45

More ideas, thank you.
I’ll have a look at the B free whole meal pitta breads.

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Blondie1984 Fri 15-Jun-18 00:44:53

An alternative to pitta breads is to get a tortilla, cut it into triangles and pop it in the oven - they will go crispy - DIY tortilla chips!

I also like dipping in pieces of chargrilled chicken breast - goes really nicely with the hummus

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