Friday, 8 April 2011

Prunes In Fruit Juice

Prunes are a great source of fibre and make a handy dried fruit snack. But they also make a healthy addition to breakfast either added to cereal or eaten with yogurt. The best type of prunes for breakfast are prunes in fruit juice because they’re soft and juicy.

Tesco has individual pots of prunes in fruit juice whereby each pot has only 100 calories (less if you drain the juice) and counts as one portion of fruit. They’re available in packs of four and can be stored in a cupboard until opened.

Nutritional Information: Per 120g pot: 100 calories, 0.8g protein, 23.6g carbohydrates, 0.2g fat, 0g saturates, 2.9g fibre, trace salt.



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