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i have seen people say that they had a 1pt english muffin...what kind was that? or was it just 1/2 of one?? thanks

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Guest mommy82902

I believe the weight watchers english muffins are 1pt...they're expensive so I buy the shoprite light english muffins they are 1 pt also.:)

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Yes, they are expensive. While shopping this weekend, I compared the WW muffins, with Kroger & Kroger has less dietary fiber and fat! They were also $2 cheaper!

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Thomas' makes light whole grain ones that taste awesome and are only 1 pt. When they go on sale, I stock up and freeze them.


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New SW (11/8/10): 138

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I have bought the Stop and Shop brand of light English muffins - 1 point for the whole muffin and they are a lot less than Thomas' or WWs.


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Guest melissa29624

thanks!! i will look for those!!

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sams club has the llight multigrains thomas'....a 12 pack for 3.40

 

bj's also has the thomas' light multigrain...12 for 3.79

 

if you have an entenmans or freihoffers outlet near you , they have them for 1.60 per package, and they also carry all the weight watchetrs breads for 1/2 off!


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HW 236.5

Restart date - 8/13/10

Restart weight- 213.6

CW 198.4

GW 160-170

Lowest weight 168 Feb, 2008

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Guest suzy-loozy

I buy the Thomas's light EM at the store......they are whole wheat and say light on the pkg.....one point and they dont' totally taste like cardboard either!

 

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At the grocery store I found Thomas 100 Calorie English Muffins, I used my point calculator and figured 1 point. I had one this morning and it tasted like a regular one.

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Super Walmart has a light english muffin (their brand) and they are only 94 cents a package! I buy many and freeze them!


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Guest puglovertoo

Wow...neither Costco or Walmart here carries the light english muffins. Too bad. And I am having a hard time finding the Thomas Light ones now too. I finally did find the multi grain one at Safeway the other day and bought a couple to freeze. Had one this morning with a wedge of Laughing Cow cheese for only 2 points total!

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I get the Aunt Millie's Multigrain - they are 1 point for the entire muffin (says so on the box even) and they're my favorite. I tried the Thomas ones too (multi-grain and white which were both 1 point), but I really just didn't like them at all for some reason.


SW: 146.8 - 5'4" (8/21/06)

CW: 134.2

Total Loss: 12.6 lbs

GW: 120

 

(I used to weigh 199, lost just over 50 lbs on WW and have been in the region of 145 for the last 4 years or so.)

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weight watchers has their english muffins, they are only 1 point at jewl, also bagels are 2 points

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:bcb_bravo I just started WW last week & I having are hard time with the muffins too .

Do you get to eat the whole thing or just half of the english muffin ? for 1 pt ??

I found the thomas 's multi grain for 100 cal.

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Cookieater,

You get the whole muffin for one point [ not half a muffin] Enjoy!! I eat these practically on a daily basis for 1 point. They are loaded with 8 grams of fiber which makes them very filling. I always look for high fiber and wholegrains, they keep you full longer.


SW: 228.80, 9/15/ 05

WW: 173.00, 9/15/06

WW: 170.00, 9/15/07

01/07/06: 25lbs Gone!!!!, WW 25lb. Magnet

01/21/06: Reached ONEDERLAND!!!!

08/05/06: Reached LIFETIME !!!

:goal::goal:: Total Loss FOREVER: (-58.80):strong::strong::strong:

Maintaining: 170.00

GW: 180.00

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Guest tinka

AND dont just use these as something for breakfast...........they make wonderful little pizzas, or are great with sandwich meat or veggie burgers etc. Any way that you use bread...............

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The Thomas Light Multigrain muffins also have 6 grams of protein each. I have one almost every morning either with one egg white, ham and fat free cheese, or PB&J. Lots of protein to hold me over for a good 4 hours. Very pricey though. $3.69 at Pick'n Save. gs


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If you have a Kroger nearby, I can usually catch them on sale, buy one, get one free.

 

Also, they are very cheap at the wholsale clubs like: Sam's Club, Costco and BJ's.

Yes very high fiber and protein and they will hold you for a good 4+ hours !!!!

I usually spray I Can't Believe It's Not Butter on mine and they are delicious !!!


SW: 228.80, 9/15/ 05

WW: 173.00, 9/15/06

WW: 170.00, 9/15/07

01/07/06: 25lbs Gone!!!!, WW 25lb. Magnet

01/21/06: Reached ONEDERLAND!!!!

08/05/06: Reached LIFETIME !!!

:goal::goal:: Total Loss FOREVER: (-58.80):strong::strong::strong:

Maintaining: 170.00

GW: 180.00

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