Monday

Weetabix chocolate bites

These were described to me as ferrero rochers, they are less like ferrero rochers and more like a chocolate bite hence the name. Using your HEb in a different way like the scan bran cake can heed great results. If you're running out of syns sometimes it's better to make something out of it rather than having it as it is to get a treat.


2x weetabix crushed (HEb) and 2 tbsp of chocolate spread melted (8syns) then mix up and make 8 balls and they'll be 1syn each. You don't have to eat them all at once as they are quite sweet but if you want to go for it!

41 comments:

  1. would be nice if you can spell so we know what your saying for this recipes and add it as well?

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    1. HEb??? If you are a slimming world member you would know it means Healthy Extra B, no point explaining if your not a member!

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    2. Great idea thankyou. Ignore that rude person who is a coward without a name

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    3. would be nice if your grammar was correct, it is you're not your!!!

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    4. What is it exactly you would like to correct me on?! Would be nice to know what you're seeing.

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    6. "Anonymous2 August 2014 at 01:44
      would be nice if you can spell so we know what your saying for this recipes and add it as well?"

      The irony... it's 'you're' and 'recipe'. If there's something you don't understand, just ask. Comments like yours are unnecessary.

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    7. These negative comments are rude obviously not grateful for the great tips we get from posts like this keep them up and well done

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  2. This sounds like something my daughter would enjoy in her lunch box thanks for sharing, from a sw member that knows what HeB is 👍

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  3. They look delicious! Will definitely try it.

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  4. Just pinned these.. thank you.. can't wait to try them :)

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  5. looking forward to making these

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  6. Just joined SW, and found your recipes, so looking forward to trying them

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  7. Can I have weetabix for breakfast and still have a weetabix nutalla bite as a syn

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  8. Just made these, what a treat. Will be taking some to class on Thursday?

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  9. What's the best way to melt the chocolate please x

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  10. Microwave in a bowl for about 30 seconds then add the broken Weetabix into the bowl.
    Simple.

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  11. I made the scan bran ones last week, but they didn't set as I blended them (I don't have FP) which apparently made the grains too small? Anyway definitely try these as much easier and prob taste better than scan bran! ;)

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  12. These sound fab! and so easy to make...thanks x

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  13. Love these thanks for sharing and ignore stupid person with rude comment , there's always one

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  14. Love these thanks for sharing and ignore stupid person with rude comment , there's always one

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  15. Do I need to chill these for them to set?xx

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  16. Do I need to chill these for them to set?xx

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  17. Making these tonight. They look lovley, can't wait to try them.
    Thank you for sharing. If they turn out nice I'll take some to group next week

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  18. Had these at a taster last night, they are so nice! I will definitely be making them.
    Ignore the rude comment I understood every word lol 🤗

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  19. Had these at a taster last night, they are so nice! I will definitely be making them.
    Ignore the rude comment I understood every word lol 🤗

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  20. Going to make these they look fab
    How rude was that comment any sw member knows what heb is

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  21. Going to make these they look fab
    How rude was that comment any sw member knows what heb is

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  22. Thank you for this recipe. Have these rude people come on here for the receipe or to check the spelling and grammar, seriously get a life you saddo's. Whoops did I do saddo wrong ��

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  23. Thank you for this recipe. Have these rude people come on here for the receipe or to check the spelling and grammar, seriously get a life you saddo's. Whoops did I do saddo wrong ��

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  24. Hiya... these really do sound yummy. Thank you, I will give them a go.. Must make sure I don't have any other HEb that day though.

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  25. Ive just made these but they didn't turn out well when rolling into balls why?

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  26. I couldnt roll them into a bowl lol but licking my fingers was great haha iv put them in a container an put it in the fridge il just cut them into 8 when they harden thank you i was really missing chocolate

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  27. Cannot believe how rude and ignorant some people can be.... thankfully they are in the minority

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  28. I literally don't see a single spelling mistake? What an idiot she was!
    I did just make these but they didn't roll into balls? The mixture was too loose. So I stuck them in cake cases and put in the fridge hoping they'll harden up. To me they're like cornflake cakes. Usually they're done with a hard chocolate so when it dries they dry together. Because the chocolate spread is already wet they're not drying up hard clumping together to roll into balls. I'm going to see what the fridge does to them. Then maybe I could look for a hard low syn chocolate to use instead ? Anybody know any low syn brands? Thanks

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  29. going to make these, it will solve a chocolate fix I miss, and at only 1 syn each couldn't be better..hope my spelling is correct...instead of criticising your spelling or grammer mistake, that nasty person should have thanked you for sharing the recipe...so I will....Thank you

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  30. Yummy! Thanks for sharing!
    Re the rude person... Their mistake has got to be karma... Especially as you didn't even make a mistake in the first place !!! Made me chuckle!

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  31. I made these today, and was searching to see if there were any variations worth trying, and came across your blog. I completely agree that they're more of a chocolate bite, than Ferrero Rocher. Mine were nice, but I didn't feel they were worth 'wasting' my syns on. They definitely give me a sweet-craving fix though :)

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  32. Made these today for taster session in group, went down a treat so tasty !! Thank you ��

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