Since I’ve been following a low GL diet, I’ve been including more oat-based products. My cupboard is now stocked with many varieties of oat cakes and my newly discovered Nairn’s Oat Cracker Thins. But here’s another new one to me – Oaty Thins by Rude Health are made with 50% oats and 50% spelt. Each thin has 24 calories.
Rude Health Oaty Thins have no added salt, are non GM, no artificial ‘anything’, high in fibre and use organic whole grains. The only two ingredients are oats and spelt. Fantastic, the fewer ingredients, the better!
|Rude Health Oaty Thins Nutrition|
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They hold together very well and you can pile a fair amount of toppings on them. You really do need to put something on top to give them flavour, as I imagine most people would find them quite bland on their own. I know my family do.
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Because they’re a good size, made with half oats – they're great for the fullness factor, plus they have only 24 calories, I’d highly recommend these for a weight loss diet. They’re healthy with three green traffic lights for sugar, saturated fat and salt. Just a medium level of fat from the oats and spelt.
Purchased in a local health food store.
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