Healthy sweet things

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  1. Miss_Bump

    Miss_Bump Well-Known Member

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    What healthy sweet things can i eat?
    Dont wanna fill up on sugary crap
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  2. ilovecocopops

    ilovecocopops Well-Known Member

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    Dried fruit? I know there is quite a lot of sugar in it but at least its natural right? You can get sundried stuff from Holland and Barratt that is less sugary x Ive got dried papaya :) yumm!
     
  3. Miss-Boo

    Miss-Boo Well-Known Member

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    red grapes! they always satisfy my sweet tooth. they're yummy :) you could also try bananas, they're lovely baked in tinfoil with cinnamon.
     
  4. 3boys

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    i agree i go for red grapes or clementimes! works every time.
     
  5. mamato2more

    mamato2more Number 9 on the way

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    dried apricots, but don't eat too many or you will not come out of the bathroom...3 a day is good!
     
  6. Emx

    Emx Mum/Cautiously pregnant

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    I got the yummiest watermelon and apple flavour jelly in a tub in Tesco yesterday - its low fat and only has 10 calories a pot! I am completely hooked on Jelly at the moment!!
     
  7. JessiHD

    JessiHD Mummy to Joshua :)

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    Dried fruit is also good if you're a bit bunged up!!!
     
  8. 05wilkesm

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    Baked apple! i love it! i think its healthy? lol
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  9. trying4#1

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    thank you for posting this thread...i never realised that i would like to know of healthier options until reading your post...i guess i subconsciously do wanna be healthy! :)
     
  10. Louise N

    Louise N Guest

    I'd be careful with fruits, theres a lot of sugar in fruit! Angel Delight is a good healthy sweet-tasting option, it's no added sugar.
     

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