FryLight – What’s The Range?

Frylight, the full range

For those of you who have not used this before, it is one of the most amazing products in the world. I use this and only this when cooking. I never use any other oil in my cooking. With there being such a range of Frylight oils, sunflower, olive, butter and chilli, just to name a few.

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What is the FryLight Range?

If you’ve not heard about FryLight, Frylight is the original 1 cal (calorie) cooking spray. FryLight is used instead of olive, sunflower, vegetable or even rapeseed oil. Your food never turns out greasy or anything, you spray a few squirts of frylight in a pan and can cook near enough anything.

FryLight have a great range of sprays, they do keep adding to it, the current range stands at:

  • Extra Virgin Olive
  • Sunflower
  • Butter
  • Coconut
  • Rapeseed
  • Garlic
  • Avocado
  • BBQ & Grill
  • Chilli

What can you use FryLight for?

So what do I use Frylight for? Well, this is where I’m going to get particular, I only use some oils for certain things that I am cooking.

Personally, I don’t use all of the frylight range, I have certain ones that I use for most of my cooking, but then there will be something in particular that I want to use that will add that little extra into my meals. The little extra is at no cost to syns on slimming world or points on weight watchers.

What to use FryLight on?

This is just how I use frylight and what I use it on, as you can imagine, they can be used for multiple options.

  • Extra Virgin Olive – Everyday cooking
  • Sunflower – Everyday cooking
  • Butter – Everyday cooking
  • Coconut – Pancakes and baking
  • Rapeseed – Everyday cooking
  • Garlic – Pasta, chillies and curries
  • Avocado – I don’t use this one
  • BBQ & Grill – BBQ’s or anything you want a BBQ kick to
  • Chilli – Chillies, curries and spicy meals

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When it comes to the coconut frylight, I only use this for when I am baking or cooking sweet things. When I am making pancakes or spraying a baking sheet for cookies or even spraying a tin for baking a cake, I like to use the coconut frylight as I think it is a little sweeter, and don’t think that it will be suitable for frying onions or even an egg, in my opinion.

To making my good old roasties, I usually use any of the following, olive oil, butter, or even the rapeseed Frylight, these are perfect.

The chilli and the garlic Frylight are ideal for cooking a pasta dish, a chilli-con-carne or even for a curry. It adds a little more depth of flavour into the meals without the hassle of getting your fingers covered in fresh chilli or garlic.

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When I was out shopping recently, I saw a new FryLight, it was one called BBQ & Grill, this is perfect for the summer and getting out into the garden and having a BBQ. You can cook healthier on the BBQ, this spray will give that extra taste and really make the BBQ food perfect – I won’t help anything being overcooked or burnt, that is completely down to the cook!

Go on, give it a try, let me know what Frylight you use, you like and what you make using it.

Here is what the range is currently, it may change with different lines being added so keep your eyes peeled and let me know as well!!


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