12-05-2010, 03:56 PM
I read in the front of the food companion that foods that contain sugar alcohols do not compute correctly with the PP calculators. Therefore, you need to go by the books or WW etools.
I'm looking for the points in a box of dry mix of Pillsbury sugar-free devils food cake mix. Has anyone seen this?
12-05-2010, 05:00 PM
Ok, that's just bizarre. I see Pillsbury everything (muffins, brownies, et al) but not their cake mixes . . . hmm. I see Super Supreme ones ...
Maybe call WW? Lemmie see if I find it on etools even. Did you check there?
12-05-2010, 05:05 PM
It seems odd to me that the one Pillsbury item left off the list is their cake mixes. They have buiscuits, muffins, cookies, bars, everything else.
I would go ahead and call WW because it is probably an oversight. They have had plenty of them, and that's where there are 9 pages of corrections for the materials right now. :) I know it's a lot of ground to cover.
Additional odd thing you can tell them when you call: They forgot to put the green triangle next to cream of wheat and other hot cereals in the complete food companion. It is there in both the getting started guide, and the pocket guide. :)