Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Christmas treats

I have decided to calculate the propoints in some of the christmas treats that you may buy for your home, or be offered in other peoples homes over the holiday season. These are not neccesarily good options, though some are. The point of this post is more to be aware of just how high some things can be. I know I was shocked by some of these and would have "guestimated" them as lower, and others were about right. Not that I will be depriving myself of treats over christmas but the knowledge may help me make the best options possible when faced with temptation.

Cadbury Magical Elves - 2 propoints each

Cadbury Wishes - 5 propoints each

Cadbury Snow Bites - 7 propoints per 50g (half bag)

Tesco Deep Filled Mince Pies - 7 propoints each

Chocolate Kimberly - 3 propoints each

Cadbury Mini Yule Logs - 4 propoints each

Mr Kipling Christmas Cake Slices - 4 propoints each

Mr Kipling Mince Pies - 7 propoints each

Snowball  - 3 propoints each

Cadbury Snow Star - 4 propoints each
Tesco Finest Mini Mince Pies - 2 propoints each

Tesco Finest Christmas Pudding - 10 propoints per serving (1/8)

Cadbury Chocolate Tree Decorations - 1 propoint each (2 for 3 propoints)
Cadbury Festive Flake - 3 points each

Tins of choc - 1 propoint each, 3 propoints for 2

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for this! Also Festive Bakewells are 5 pp :)