Tuesday 26 January 2010


OMG have you tried Finn Crisp crispbreads yet? They're super lush, made from 100% wholegrain rye, very nice!

I was in my local Holland and Barrett the other day and I saw these, they're tasty, organic and low in Calories (only 40 Cals per crispbread despite being quite thick) - perfect!

Was feeling a little peckish earlier so I had a couple with some soft cheese (plus the obligatory black pepper).

Not bad at less than 120 Cals per serving!

Here's the full breakdown for 2 organic rye crispbreads with a 35g mini tub of Philadelphia Extra Light:

Calories: 118.8
Carbohydrate 17.4g
Protein 6.9g
Fat: 2.4g
Fibre: 4.8g

They also do thinner rectangles at only 20 Cals each - perfect with cheese - and thick round ones (rice-cake style) which we had with smoked salmon and cream cheese as a starter on the weekend when our folks were over :-)

If you haven't tried them already I'd recommend you get some! I'm not sure if you can get the organic ones from regular supermarkets but you can certainly get the round and thinner crispbreads from places like Sainsbury's.


1 comment:

  1. The round ones with cream cheese and smoked salmon sound like a really nice idea *goes off to see if Ocado sell them*