They are worth it if you can get hold of them though - I love to make Syn free pizzas with them by slicing them in half and topping with tomato puree, veggies and cheese.
They are 154 calories per 70g bagel but each one has 4.8g of fibre in - that works out as 4.1g fibre per 60g so over the 3g per 60g portion. I still use the Asda ones and add 1 syn - if they were good enough for a couple of years they are good enough now.
No idea on that one, but it might be the use of different types of flour in each variety, or like you say, other additions such as oil? It's never affected my weight loss and you feel a lot fuller on one of these than a small bread roll. Mar 29, 2017 - Aldi wholemeal bread mix for pizza base. Sophie's Slimming World and Cinema critiques! Officially, I don't think you're supposed to, as pitta breads, bagels, wraps etc are essentially different to regular bread, and you might not get enough of the fibre benefit your HEB is supposed to provide by eating these in place of regular wholemeal bread.
Cooked Weight. Yes I was going to say, have only been able to find them in Tesco! You can manage the use of these cookies in your browser. According to the Healthy extras list, I can have 60g of Wholemeal bread as my Healthy Extra B or one slice of Wholemeal from an 800g loaf (which mine is but only weighs 40g). Please note that some foods may not be suitable for some people and you are urged to seek the advice of a physician before beginning any weight loss effort or diet regimen. We’ve provided the details above for information purposes only, to enhance your experience of the Aldi website. Items in your basket are reserved for another.
It may not display this or other websites correctly. Pitta pizza spunds fab, my dad used to top pitta with bolognase and cheese- delish! There is also an old post on here that says as Asda pittas can be used as HEXB. Hi all, I know wholemeal bagels and pitta (except WW pitta) can't be used as a HexB, but can we deduct 6 syns and just syn the rest? 60g wholemeal bread (any unsliced loaf) 60g rye bread 1 wholemeal roll (approx 60g) ... 2 Aldi Harvest Morn Light Benefit Bars. Great, will look out for them in Tesco, ta! I bet if you look up the fibre content per 100g of a few different things you'll find that pittas/wraps/bagels etc are lower, with the exception of the allowed ones such as WW Pitta Breads. There is also an old post on here that says as Asda pittas can be used as HEXB. So for wholemeal bread to count as a HexB it has to have 3g fibre per 60g portion. So that's why they sneak in as a HexB. You are using an out of date browser. They're so much like real toast, instead of 2 wafer thin hard warburtons sliced bread toasted! My hubby has more than the standard sized instant oats so he HEXB's part and syns the remainder. People do "tweak" the plan a bit and do take a HexB + a few syns. That's often why pittas and bagel's aren't a HexB - just not enough of the right stuff. It’s also worth remembering that our products and their ingredients are liable to change at any time.
HEx's are constantly changing and therefore certain threads become out of date - if you're unsure it's always best to check the SW website or give them a call. Tap here! According to the Tesco's website: WW Wholemeal pittas are 106 cals per pitta (so within the 6 syns) and contain 3.4g fibre. Yes I do do SW to the word most of the time but just a little sometimes I do disagree with them. And it is exactly that I'm afraid, old. Delicious!
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