zero calorie cake

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  1. welshbois

    welshbois Read Only Funster

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    I want an amazing zero calorie cake or pud cos can't stop putting on weight. Any suggestions please!
     
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    Hi,

    When you find one let me know!

    I seem to remember, from a previous post that you are "slimming world person" , meringues are quite low on the syn front, also flumps (marshmallow cables) are also a useful sweet hit at only one syn each.

    Good luck in your quest::bigsmile:

    Julie
     
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    Sorry, don't do calories, only carbs. Some amazing low carb recipes though !
     
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    Simply break the cake and let the calories fall out onto the floor. Also works for biscuits.
     
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    cheers all ::bigsmile:
     
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    celery is apparently one of the only things you can eat that uses more energy etc than it gives you - so lumps of celery covered in??? something sweet with little calories?

    Have a go at something - you never know it could end being a winning recipe that all slimmers will be begging for.

    In the meantime, you've a long way til you get to my size so cut out the alcohol and exercise more - alternatively just enjoy life as it is xxxxxxxx
     
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    DUST a nice bit of dust ha ha


    If i remember right , (and i may be wrong now as they often change their minds) Slimming world let you have Muller Light yogurts as a free food. Any flavour , not the ones with the jam or bitty corners though !

    Im more of a savory food fan now ive got older. Although when i fancy something sweet Malteezers are my downfall , but a little bags only 180 calories.
    I could eat a large family box , no problem , if its put in front of me though .............. Secret is not to buy sweet stuff in . Then there is no temptation.
    Bev
     
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    Hmmm well the Lemon & Lime Drizzle cake I've just put in the oven is gluten free and calorie free as long as you don't put it in your gob :ROFLMAO:
     

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