Frylight Butter Flavour Oil Spray Reviews
Product Type: MH Foods Oil / Vinegar
Newest Review: ... be quite difficult to use. My mum has arthritis in her hands and she couldn't use the pump at all. I've sometimes found it so ... more
by - written on 03/05/10, updated on 03/05/10 (Very useful, 144 readings)
Cooking is my greatest hobby so I try and make my recipes as healthy as possible and cut down on calories without losing taste from the food, I also have to be very cholesterol aware as my husband had a minor heart attack 4 years ago as a result of a blocked artery directly linked to having too much cholesterol in his blood, so I am always on the hunt for cholesterol free and low calorie products. I was in my local Tesco last year browsing the shelves when I spotted Fry Light butter flavour spray oil. On closer inspection the product states it is the only 1 cal spray, is ideal for roasting, basting and shallow frying. It also has no cholesterol , wheat or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/10/09 (Very useful, 133 readings)
Recently I have been looking for more ways to reduce my fat and calorie consumption, in order to lose a bit of weight and have a healthier diet. Seeing as I often do stir fries or curries in the frying pan, and make lots of roast potatoes, one of the biggest additions to my fat intake comes from cooking oil. I was therefore really pleased to see this Fry Light Spray in my local supermarket. Whereas normal cooking oils can contain around 300 calories and up to 30 grams of fat per tablespoon, which is a disgusting amount when you think about it, Fry Light contains less than 1 calorie per spray. According to the packaging the equivalent amount of normal oil would ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/08 (Very useful, 128 readings)
Frylight is fantastic, it's a very low calorie spray cooking oil which is designed to replace conventional cooking oils. Each can costs around £2 depending where you buy it from and lasts for ages as you dont need to use much during cooking. Each spray contains just 1 calorie and replaces up to 30 calories worth of oil with a wonderfully buttery flavour so is fantastic for anyone watching their weight or being concious of what they eat. I use Frylight for all of my cooking, it's great for making chips and also makes lovely light and crispy roast potatoes. It can also be used for frying eggs though I find you have to be careful not to have the heat on the pan ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/09 (Very useful, 68 readings)
I have been using Fry Light for years as an alternative to cooking oils and lard, and have just tried the new "Better Than Butter" spray. For those of you that are unfamiliar to Fry Light, its a spray that you can use when cooking instead of oil, lard, or butter. The bonus is that it has considerably less calories than all the other options, at just 1 calorie a spray. You do need several sprays to get a good coating, but still the calories dont add up to anywhere near what you'd use with oil. The Fry Light comes in a plastic version of an aerosol can, with a spray pump at the top which you use to dispense the oil. When spraying the oil in to the pan ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/13, updated on 09/05/13 (Very useful, 13 readings)
I thought I'd choose the "Butter" version of Frylight as it's the one I'd use the most often. The others I have tried are Sunflower and Olive Oil varieties. I was initially attracted to the "1 Cal" spray claim, and although the bottle isn't huge, it does last a long time - especially if you are only spraying it once! It has a pump spray which can be quite difficult to use. My mum has arthritis in her hands and she couldn't use the pump at all. I've sometimes found it so hard to spray I've had to use two hands and succeeded in missing the pan completely while the bottle shot across the kitchen! It is an OK ... Read the complete review
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