Monday, 12 December 2011

Batchelor's Pasta and Noodle Pot Shots (NEW)

Noodles and pasta made up in pots are often the staple food for university students and those who can’t cook or won’t cook. They’re not something I ever considered buying, not least because of the high calorie count and fat content some of them have.
Chicken, Sweet & Sour, Tomato & Herb

Since my family seem to like these sort of things I checked out some of the brands in store and came across Bachelor's Pasta and Noodle Pot Shots. These are a new product for Bachelor's and the flavours to be found are: Chicken flavour Pasta Pot Shot, Creamy Cheese Pasta Pot Shot, Tomato & Herb Pasta Pot Shot, Roast Vegetable Pasta Shot, Mild Curry Flavour Noodle Pot Shot and Sweet & Sour Noodle Pot Shot.



Each pot is 46g and makes enough to provide a small, but filling snack. To prepare, simply peel off the lid and fill with hot water to the line inside. Four minutes later it’s ready to eat straight out of the pot so there’s no washing up to bother with.

None of the pot shots have more than 200 calories so they can easily be included in a calorie controlled diet plan without gobbling up a large chunk of your calorie allowance. All of them are suitable for vegetarians apart from the chicken flavour pasta pot.

My family all enjoy eating these which is great for when I’m too busy to make them something and they’re too lazy to prepare a proper meal.

Here’s the lowdown on the nutrition content for each of them.

Nutrition Information: Per 46g Curry pot: 170 calories, 4.8g protein, 33.6g carbohydrates,2.8g sugars, 1.5g fat, 0.7g saturated fat, 1.5g fibre, 1.12g salt.

Nutrition Information: Per 46g Sweet & Sour pot: 165 calories, 4.8g protein, 33.8g carbohydrates,9.6g sugars, 0.8g fat, 0.1g saturated fat, 1.5g fibre, 1.20g salt

Nutrition Information: Per 46g Creamy Cheese pot: 166 calories, 5.7g protein, 28.8g carbohydrates,1.5g sugars, 2.9g fat, 1.7g saturated fat, 1.0g fibre, 1.16g salt

Nutrition Information: Per 46g Tomato & Herb pot: 174 calories, 5.7g protein, 34.1g carbohydrates,5.7g sugars, 1.2g fat, 0.3g saturated fat, 1.6g fibre, 0.91g salt

Nutrition Information: Per 46g Chicken pot: 177 calories, 5.3g protein, 32.6g carbohydrates,1.7g sugars, 2.7g fat, 1.6g saturated fat, 0.8g fibre, 1.06g salt

Nutrition Information: Per 46g Roast Vegetable pot: 179 calories, 5.2g protein, 34.5g carbohydrates,4.1g sugars, 2.0g fat, 0.8g saturated fat, 1.2g fibre, 1.27g salt

They’re all free from artificial colours and artificial preservatives. Currently available in major supermarkets.

Chicken flavour before adding water
Chicken flavour after water is added



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