Wednesday, 30 November 2011

Nevella Low Calorie Sweetener

Nevella is one of the newer additions to the low calorie sweetener market. Like Splenda, Nevella is made with sucralose, which is a sweetener made from sugar. In fact, they are a lot like Splenda, in taste and price.

However, there is one difference. Nevella has the added ingredient of bacillus coagulans cultures. What are these you may ask? Put simply, they're a beneficial bacteria, but if you want to find out more, WebMD can enlighten you further. Whether or not the amount of these bacteria are significant or not, most likely depends on the amount of sweetener you consume!

Each Nevella tablet is equivalent to one teaspoon of sugar and has less than one calorie. They're ideally used in place of regular sugar in hot drinks.

Nevella are sold in packs of 300 tablets in a handy dispenser pack. They aren't available everywhere yet, but you can find them in branches of Sainsbury's and Waitrose.

Nutrition Information: Per tablet: 0.15 calories, <0.01g protein, <0.01g carbohydrates, 0g sugars, 0g fat. Not suitable for vegetarians.

Ingredients: Lactose, sweetener sucralose (12.2%), L-Leucine, Bacillus coagulans, GBI-30 6086, anti caking agent, cellulose gum.

Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Quorn 4 Southern Style Burgers

Despite not being a vegetarian, I frequently buy food made with Quorn. What initially attracted me to Quorn was the surprisingly low number of calories in their products. This makes Quorn ideal for those who are on low calorie or calorie controlled diets, as well as vegetarians.

Besides the low calories, their products taste so similar to their meat counterparts, it's often hard to tell the difference. With their burgeoning range of tasty food items, there’s always something new to discover in the Quorn range.

Quorn Southern Style Burgers are tasty Quorn Burgers with a crunchy pepper coating and have just 119 calories each.


Quorn burgers can be grilled or cooked in the oven from frozen for 12 or 16 minutes respectively. Serve them as you would regular chicken burgers or alternatively, try the suggestion on the box and slice them up after cooking and use to fill a wrap. Add salad ingredients and low cal mayonnaise for a tasty lunch or dinner. 

My family, including a teenage son who's a KFC devotee, had no idea these were Quorn and everyone devoured them as they would regular chicken burgers.
 

You can find Quorn Southern Style burgers in the freezer section of larger supermarkets.


Nutrition Information: Per Burger: 119 calories, 6.7g protein, 9.1g carbohydrates, 1.8g sugars, 6.2g fat, 0.8g saturates, 1.9g fibre, 1.3g salt. (low sugar, medium fat, high salt.)

Other Quorn products on this site can be found here.

Monday, 28 November 2011

Weight Watchers 6 Tortilla Wraps

Filled Tortilla wraps are becoming an increasingly popular alternative to sandwiches. They can be extremely healthy, though of course that depends on the filling.

The majority of wraps have around 200 calories each (without the filling). This isn’t too bad as long as you don’t stuff it with lots of high calorie ingredients. But if you’re seriously trying to keep the calories down, Weight Watchers Wraps have only 106 calories each and a ProPoints value of 3.

This is the lowest number of calories for a tortilla wrap which I've found so far. Next in line are Sainsbury’s Be Good To Yourself Tortilla Wraps with 135 calories each.

These Mexican style Tortilla wraps are made with wheat flour and contain a good amount of fibre. They’re lovely and soft, so fold up easily without breaking and are just the right size for lunch. Each pack holds 6 Tortilla wraps and is resealable.

You can find Weight Watchers Tortilla Wraps in the bread section of larger stores.

Nutrition information per wrap: 106 calories, Protein 0.5g carbohydrate 21.3g, 1.4g sugar, 0.4g fat, 0.3g saturated fat, 2.8g fibre, 0.3g salt. Suitable for vegetarians.

Saturday, 26 November 2011

Marshmallows - The Treats We Never Grow Out Of

Nutritionists and health gurus might recoil in horror at the thought of consuming a marshmallow. Despite being devoid of almost any nutritional value, marshmallows are popular among children and adults.

Marshmallows can transform a mundane cup of hot chocolate into an indulgent beverage, while no camping trip would be complete without the ritualistic toasting of marshmallows around the camp fire.

If you've ever wondered what goes into a marshmallow, how many calories they have, or if you're looking for some interesting ideas for cooking with marshmallows, read on:

Friday, 25 November 2011

Snack a Jacks Crunchy Curls

Snack a Jacks, already known for their range of sweet and savoury rice cake snacks, have introduced new Crunchy Curls. If you’re looking for an alternative to potato crisps, Crunchy Curls are made from tapioca, rice and corn and are air-popped rather than fried. 

These delicious crunchy curls are available in two flavours so far: Cheeky Chutney flavour and Sweet Chilli Kick flavour. Each 22g bag has only 88 calories so can easily be included in a weight loss diet.

You can find Snack a Jacks Crunchy Curls in supermarkets alongside the regular Snack a Jacks.

Nutrition information per 22g bag Cheeky Chutney: 88 calories, 0.4g protein, 17.9 g carbohydrate, 1.6g sugar, 1.6g fat, 0.2g saturated fat, 0.1g fibre, 0.68g salt.

Nutrition information per 22g bag Sweet Chilli Kick: 88 calories, 0.5g protein, 17.8 g carbohydrate, 1.5g sugar, 1.6g fat, 0.2g saturated fat, 0.2g fibre, 0.6g salt. Suitable for vegetarians.

Thursday, 24 November 2011

Weight Watchers Toffee Cookies

Whilst browsing the biscuit section in Morrisons the other day, I came across these Weight Watchers Toffee Cookies and couldn’t resist popping them into my shopping basket. I haven’t seen this particular flavour before, so I’m assuming they’re a new addition to the range as detailed in an earlier post.

Weight Watchers Toffee Cookies are light, crisp and crunchy cookies with tiny pieces of toffee. A box of cookies contains six packs of two wrapped cookies, whereby individually, each cookie has 44 calories and 1 ProPoint.

WeightWatchers Toffee cookies are suitable for vegetarians but not for those who suffer from nut allergies.

Nutrition Information: Per 2 Cookies: 88 calories, 1.3g protein, 11.6g carbohydrates, 3.3g sugars, 3.7g fat, 0.8g saturated fat, 1.7g fibre, 0.2g salt. 2 ProPoints.



Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Mini Brown Roll Selection – Marks & Spencer

There’s something to suit all tastes inside these packets of mini brown rolls from Marks & Spencer. Each pack contains a tasty selection of 3 mini seeded, 3 country grain and 3 malted grain rolls. They’re the perfect size to be eaten as an accompaniment to soup or salad, or for making a smaller lunch or snack. They’re also a good size for children to hold and eat.

The seeded mini rolls are made from wheatflour with the addition of malted wheatflakes, sesame seeds, poppy seed and millet seeds and have 80 calories each. 

The country grain mini rolls are made with wheatflour, malted wheatflakes with the addition of sunflower seeds and oatflakes and have 85 calories each. 

The malted grain mini rolls are made with wheatflour and malted wheatflakes, so could be a good choice for those who don’t like the seedy rolls. These have 80 calories each. 

You can find packs of 9 mini brown selection rolls in the pre-packed bakery section of Marks & Spencer Foodhalls. They’re freezable and suitable for vegetarians.

Nutritional Information: Per seeded roll: 80 calories, 3.0g protein, 14.1g carbohydrates, 0.5g sugars, 1.1g fat, 0.2g saturates, 1.2g fibre, 0.30g salt. Pack size is 245g.

Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Nestlé Aero Bubbly Desserts

Rich, chocolate desserts don’t often feature on a dieter's menu. Unless you’re incredibly strong willed and are able to stop after a few bites or just serve up a tiny amount, it’s usually easier to steer well clear. But one of the best ways of sticking to a diet is to allow yourself small treats so you don’t feel like you’re depriving yourself.

Nestlé Aero Bubble Chocolate desserts are small, 59g pots of chocolate mousse which come in a variety of four flavours. Each pot holds just enough to provide a delicious chocolate hit and satisfy any sweet tooth craving. These are definitely best eaten with a teaspoon to prolong the taste experience.

You can find Aero Bubbly desserts in the chilled cabinets in larger supermarkets and they come as a 4-pack.

Nestlé Aero Bubbly Desserts are available in the following flavours:

Milk Choc 

Bubbly milk chocolate mouse.


Nutrition information per 59g pot: 97 calories, 2.7g protein, 13.4g carbohydrate, 12.9g sugar, 3.7g fat, 2.4g saturated fat, trace fibre, 0.1g salt.


Mint & Choc 

Bubbly peppermint flavoured mousses with chocolate flavour swirls.

 
Nutrition information per 59g pot: 107 calories, 2.7g protein, 11.2g carbohydrate, 10.8g sugar, 5.7g fat, 4.4g saturated fat, trace fibre, 0.2g salt.



Caramel & Choc 

Bubbly caramel mousse with chocolate flavour swirls.


Nutrition information per 59g pot: 93 calories, 2.2g protein, 10.9g carbohydrate, 9.6g sugar, 4.5g fat, 3.1g saturated fat, 0.2g fibre, 0.2g salt.

White Choc 

Bubbly white chocolate mousse with chocolate flavour swirls.

 

Nutrition information per 59g pot: 96 calories, 2.6g protein, 11.5g carbohydrate, 10.8g sugar, 5.9g fat, 4.4g saturated fat, trace fibre, 0.1g salt.


Not suitable for vegetarians.
Note: All flavours except the Caramel, contain hydrogenated vegetable fat.

Monday, 21 November 2011

Tesco Light Choices Cottage Pie Review

Ready meals are often given a bad name, mainly due to their high fat, salt or sugar content. Fortunately, they’re not all health hazards. Tesco Light Choices has a good range of ready meals which are ‘big on taste and light on calories, sugar or fat’.

One such meal is Light Choices Cottage Pie made from minced beef in a rich gravy with fresh mashed potato.

Sunday, 20 November 2011

Weight Watchers 5 Carrot Cake Slices

I know some people like to kid themselves that eating carrot cake is healthy, simply because it has a vegetable in it. But in reality, we know that carrot cake is still a cake and more than likely it's loaded with calories we'd rather not think about.

For example, a slice of Starbucks carrot cake contains around 560 calories - enough to take place of a main meal.

If you're yearning for a bit of carrot cake, you could always tuck into a Weight Watchers Carrot Cake Slice for just 84 calories and 0.2g of fat. They are high in sugar but the calorie count is kept down due to the size of the portions, about 3cm x 7cm (1 ¼ x 3 in) and lack of fat. They are also low in salt.


Each pack holds five deliciously moist slices of carrot cake which are topped with a smooth layer of sweet yogurt icing. Each cake is worth 2 Weight Watchers ProPoints.

These carrot cakes are very tasty with a rich, moist texture and generous amounts of grated carrot which are visible to see. The icing is very sticky and it’s difficult to avoid handling them without getting icing on your fingers. Also, when opening them, take care to peel off the inner wrapper, otherwise the icing comes off with it!

You can find Weight Watchers 5 Carrot Cake slices in many supermarkets.


Nutritional Information: Per cake slice: 84 calories, 0.7g protein, 19.7g carbohydrates, 13.2g sugars, 0.2g fat, 0.1g saturates, 0.2g fibre, <0.1g salt. 2 ProPoints.

Saturday, 19 November 2011

M&S Chocolate & Vanilla Layered Wafer Cubes

Another new and irresistible snack from Marks and Spencer has just arrived in the stores. Chocolate & Vanilla Layered Wafer Cubes are light and crispy wafer squares, layered with chocolate and vanilla fillings.

Each wafer cube measures roughly one inch square or 2.5cm. Of course you could eat them in one bite, but to get the benefit of the individual flavours, you have to eat them one layer at a time. This way you can properly appreciate the thick layers of chocolate and vanilla cream.

Chocolate & Vanilla Layered Wafer Cubes have just under 19 calories each. So even if you’re on a diet or watching your weight, you can tuck into five wafers for less than 100 calories.

You can find these wafer cubes in Marks and Spencer's food halls. They’re temptingly placed right by the checkout so they’re hard to miss.
Each wafer cube has 18.75 calories


Nutrition information: Per 4 wafers: 75 calories, 0.5g protein, 5.2g carbohydrate, 2.7g sugar, 5.7g fat, 4.8g saturates, 0.3g fibre, trace salt. Suitable for vegetarians.

Friday, 18 November 2011

Shapers WATERVIT Low Calorie Drinks

This is a new range of still and sparkling low calorie flavoured 'functional' waters from the Shapers brand in Boots stores.

There is a choice of five flavours, with each providing its own unique combination of vitamins and various minerals which may provide certain health benefits in addition to quenching your thirst.

Thursday, 17 November 2011

Quorn 8 Fish-less Fingers

Fish-less fingers from Quorn are made from fish style flavour flakes and potato in crispy breadcrumbs. The Quorn Fish style flakes are made with mycoprotein, a nutritious member of the fungi family which is naturally low in fat (less than 3%) and high in protein and fibre. Each Fish-less Finger has just 66 calories so they can be enjoyed as part of a calorie controlled diet.

Quorn have a great range of food which replicates similar products made with meat or fish. This makes it a good choice for people who have perhaps become vegetarian and are missing some of their favourite foods from their meat eating days. But even those who happily eat meat can enjoy the taste of Quorn products.
Fish-less fingers crispy crumb outer coating is particularly flavoursome and very crunchy while the Quorn inside tastes remarkably like real cod. You cook them in the same way as regular fish fingers, either in the oven or under the grill.

You can find Quorn 8 fish-less fingers in the freezer section of larger supermarkets.

Nutritional information: Per finger: 66 calories, 2.9g protein, 6.3g carbohydrate, 0.3g sugars, 3.0g fat, 0.5g saturates, 0.029g omega-3 fatty acids (EPA + DHA), 1.4g fibre, 0.29g salt.

Other Quorn products on this site can be found here.

Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Mattessons Twisted Tails 100% Meaty Snacks

The UK is a nation of snackers and this is probably one of the reasons why we’re facing an obesity epidemic. But there are snacks out there that manage to fill a hunger gap without causing a massive weight gain (as long as you stick to one snack at a time)!

If you’re looking for a quick, easy to grab snack that isn’t chocolate or a bag of crisps, you might like these new mini bags of treats from Mattessons called Twisted Tails. These are 100% seasoned pork pieces, shaped to look a bit like pigs tails. They’re ready to eat straight out of the bag and come in two flavours: Hog Roast or BBQ.

Tuesday, 15 November 2011

Save Calories with an Oil Mister

Whatever type of cooking oil you prefer, be it olive, vegetable or an exotic infusion of blended oils, regular use means you’re likely to be adding a substantial amount of extra calories to your diet. Although recipes often call for several tablespoons or a ‘liberal coating’ of oil, often you can get away with using far less than recommended.

The trouble is, using less oil can be difficult, especially if you need it to cover a large surface area of food. Sprinkling a teaspoon of oil over a tray of ready to roast vegetables, for example, won’t go far. But one way you can extend your cooking oil much further than sprinkling, is by using an oil mister.

With an oil mister, you can carry on using your favourite cooking oil but instead of pouring it straight from the bottle, you decant the oil into the oil mister first. Then each time you cook with oil, just give the oil mister a few pumps and the oil is dispensed as a light spray so you can evenly cover your food or pan. This saves you loads of calories because you can get away with using far less oil that you would just pouring it out.

You can find a good range of oil misters from Amazon, some of which are recommended below.


Monday, 14 November 2011

Lucozade Sport Lite Lemon & Lime

When you’re exercising a lot it's important to replace lost fluids. While drinking water is always advised, plain old tap or bottled water isn’t to everyone’s taste.

Fortunately, these days there are a multitude of sports and energy drinks to suit most tastes.

Unfortunately, many of them have a big drawback – they’re loaded with sugar which means calories.

Lucozade Sport Lite is one energy drink which you can enjoy the taste of without having to worry about consuming an excessive amount of calories. Each 500ml bottle has just 50 calories and contains 70% less sugars than regular sports drinks.

The Lemon & Lime flavour hypotonic drink has added vitamins and calcium and is perfect for quenching your thirst after exercising, training or lighter sporting sessions.

Multi packs of Lucozade Sport Lite can be found in supermarkets in flavours Lemon & Lime, Orange or Cherry.

Nutrition Information: Per 100ml: 10 calories, trace protein, 2g carbohydrates, 1g sugars, 0g fat, 0g sat fat, trace sodium. Niacin - 0.61mg, Vitamin B6 - 0.07mg, Vitamin B12 - 0.03µg, Pantothenic Acid - 0.21mg, Calcium - 37mg.

Sunday, 13 November 2011

Weight Watchers Salmon in Mayonnaise

Weight Watchers Salmon in Lemon Mayonnaise is made with John West salmon and contains a combination of red and pink salmon, mixed with a light mayonnaise. Each 80g can contains 130 calories and is worth 3 Weight Watchers ProPoints.

They make a convenient store cupboard standby and are a tasty and convenient filling for rolls or sandwiches. The salmon in lemon mayonnaise tastes great on its own and is enough for one person. However, you can easily stretch it out to make two sandwiches, rolls or wraps etc., by adding some healthy salad ingredients. 

You can find Weight Watchers Salmon in Lemon Mayonnaise in many supermarkets and they’re packed in a cardboard sleeve containing three 80g cans. They provide a good source of protein and have no artificial colours or sweeteners.

Nutritional Information: Per 80g can: 130 calories, 8.2g protein, 5.1g carbohydrates, 2.3g sugars, 8.5g fat, 1.4g saturates, 0.1g fibre, 1.0g salt.

Saturday, 12 November 2011

Food Doctor Multi Seed & Cereal Pitta Breads x 6

If you’re bored with plain white or wholemeal pitta breads, you might enjoy the taste of Food Doctor’s Multi Seed & Cereal Pittas. Their circular shaped pittas are crammed with delicious seeds and cereals making them an ultra high fibre, tasty alternative to regular pittas.





Food Doctor’s Multi Seed & Cereal Pittas are low in saturated fat and have 157 calories each. Eat them hot or cold and stuff with felafels, salad and houmous for a healthy lunch or dinner. In common with other pitta breads, they can be tricky to open up without tearing. But once they're heated up, opening them becomes a bit easier.

Food Doctor’s Multi Seed & Cereal Pittas are suitable for vegetarians and vegans and can be found in the bakery section of larger supermarkets.

Nutritional Information: Per pitta (70g): 157 calories, 7.1g protein, 27.9g carbohydrates, 1.4g sugars, 1.9g fat, 0.3g saturates, 7.1g fibre, 0.8g salt. 0.60g omega 6 as linoleic acid.

Ingredients: Wheat Flour, Water, Cereal and Seed Mix (11.6%) (Malted Wheat Flakes, Golden Linseed, Sunflower Seeds, Brown Linseed, Pin Head Oats, Chunky Oats, Millet Seeds, Poppy Seeds, Quinoa, Cut Toasted Rye), Sunflower Oil, Yeast, Wheat Fibre, Sea Salt.

Friday, 11 November 2011

Integrating Easy Dinner Recipes Into Your Life

Cooking is often the last thing you want to do when you finally get home from work. It’s so much easier sometimes to just pick up some food for yourself at a nearby fast food restaurant, order a pizza, or get some takeout from your favorite Chinese restaurant.  The problem is that fast food is bad for you. Pizza from big-name pizza delivery chains isn’t necessarily nutritious. And getting Chinese takeout can overload your body with MSG and end up costing you a lot of money over time.

So, you know you should cook dinner at home more often. But you may be afraid that you won’t be able to muster up enough energy at the end of the day to get to work in the kitchen. Fortunately, there are methods you can use that will help you start preparing easy dinner recipes. Here are a few of them:

I. Discover new recipes

If you aren’t used to cooking at home, you probably don’t know how to make a lot of different dishes. You can look for healthy, easy recipes online. Try to find ones that take around 30 minutes to make. Although ones that take less than 30 minutes are ideal too. Ask your family members and friends for recipes as well. Your parents will be able to give you the recipes to all the meals you loved eating at home as a kid. Cooking those recipes could be a fun, delicious trip down memory lane.

II. Make a grocery list
 
Once you have some recipes to use for the week, make a grocery list. You can take this grocery list with you to the store when you go shopping over the weekend. It will allow you to buy everything you need for dinner throughout the week. This will help you avoid multiple trips to the store over the course of the week to pick up things you forgot to get at the store.

III. Get a panini grill, crock-pot, and wok

These lovely appliances will save you time and work in the kitchen. You can make yummy, hot panini sandwiches in ten minutes with a panini grill. A wok allows you to make vegetable and meat stir-fries in a little under 30 minutes. And a crock-pot can cook a delicious stew for you all day while you’re out of the house.

IV. Make an easy dessert for yourself once a week

Eating healthier and cooking at home more often requires some effort on your part. If you put forth that effort, you deserve a reward every now and then. Treat yourself to some low-fat yogurt and fruit or even a slice of chocolate cake once a week. This will help encourage you to keep up the good work.

V. Do the dishes every single day

Dishes have a mysterious way of piling up in the sink when you begin to cook at home more often. Don’t let this happen. You can reserve ten minutes each evening for rinsing off dishes and loading the dishwasher. This will save you from having to spend a couple of hours at the end of the week on dishes.

So, put on that apron and get to work in the kitchen! You’ll be glad you did when you’re eating healthier and have some extra change in your pocket!



James Kim is a guest writer for foodonthetable.com.  Food on the Table is a company that provides online budget meal planning services.  Their goal is to help families eat better and save money.

Thursday, 10 November 2011

Canderel Yellow Artificial Sweeteners

Since the launch and subsequent popularity of the sucralose based Splenda, there is a growing band of alternative artificial sweeteners which also use sucralose. This is partly because of its sugar-like taste, but perhaps it’s also because sucralose hasn’t been subjected to the negative publicity that other sweetening ingredients, such as aspartame and saccharine have received over the years.

Anyway, one of the latest sweeteners using sucralose is Canderel who already have a well established range of sweeteners as this post describes. The new Canderel range is easy to spot. They come in yellow and red packs and are named Canderel Yellow.

Canderel Yellow is available in tablet form and granulated form. Each Canderel Yellow tablet is the equivalent to one teaspoon of sugar in sweetness but has zero calories while the granulated Canderel has 1.9 calories per teaspoon. This is actually the same number of calories as the original Canderel.

With the average teaspoon of table sugar having around 16 calories, you could save over 100 calories a day using Canderel if you get through several cups of sweetened teas and coffees each day.

The Canderel Yellow tablets are suitable for use in hot drinks and the granulated is ideal for cooking, baking and sprinkling on cereals. You can also use it in hot drinks too if you wish. At the time of writing, the Canderel yellow tablets are available in packs of 200 and the granulated comes in a 200g carton with an easy pour spout.

Some suggested uses for Canderel Yellow Granules include using it in place of icing sugar for dusting cakes and mixing it with low fat crème fraiche as a lower calorie alternative to cream.

The Canderel Yellow range is currently available in Tesco, Morrisons and Savers stores.

A bit about sucralose

Sucralose is an artificial sweetener which is made from a chlorinated sugar compound. It is heat stable, has no calories, is 600 times sweeter than normal sugar, twice as sweet as saccharin and 3.3 times as sweet as aspartame. You can read more about the history of sucralose and how it's made here.

Nutrition Information: Canderel Yellow Sweeteners Per Tablet: 0.3 calories, 0g protein, 0.07g carbohydrates, 0g fat.
Nutrition Information: Canderel Yellow Granules Per Teaspoon: 1.9 calories, 0g protein, 0.47g carbohydrates, 0g fat.

Ingredients: Canderel Yellow Granules: Maltodextrin (corn-based bulking agent), non-nutritive sweeteners (Sucralose 0.7%, acesulfame-k-0.6%), flavourings.
Ingredients: Canderel Yellow Sweeteners: Lactose (from Milk), Sweetener: Sucralose 7.3%, Stabiliser: Microcrystalline Cellulose, Flavours, Cross Linked Sodium Carboxy Methyl Cellulose

Suitable for diabetics when used as part of a balanced eating plan.
Suitable for lacto vegetarians.

Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Reduced Fat Houmous Selection Pots

Houmous, hummus, humus or however you like to spell it, is fast becoming a household favourite.

This popular Middle Eastern dip made from ingredients including chick peas, tahini (sesame seed) paste, garlic, olive oil and lemon juice, was rarely seen on supermarket shelves and had to purchased at the deli counter.

Monday, 7 November 2011

Skinny Cow Triple Choc Brownie Iced Dessert Sticks

Deliciously indulgent chocolate flavoured iced dessert, swirled with chocolate sauce and chocolate brownie pieces.’ 

Skinny Cow Triple Choc Brownie
With a description like this, it’s understandable to think this dessert would have no place on a dieter’s plate. But, when it’s made by The Skinny Cow people, you can be assured it will be deceptively low in calories and a real treat.

Skinny Cow Triple Choc Brownie iced dessert sticks have less than 3 percent fat and just 93 calories each. They even have 3.4g of fibre per stick. It’s also good to know there are no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives. 

Packs of three Skinny Cow triple choc brownies can be found among the ice creams in larger supermarkets.

Nutritional Information: Per stick (100ml): 93 calories, 2.3g protein, 15.6g carbohydrates, 13.0g sugars, 1.7g fat, 1.0g saturates, 3.4g fibre, 0.1g salt. Suitable for vegetarians.


 

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