In addition to the food items mentioned on the No Count list, there are also small amounts of other foodstuffs that you can have for no points.

Aldi Bramwells lighter than light mayonnaise – 21ml is free (65ml for 1sp)

Almonds (flaked) - 2g is free

Balsamic vinegar – 1 tsp is free (5 tsp is 1 sp)

Cadbury's Highlights - 3g is free (enough to make a skinny mocha)

Capers in brine - free

Chipotle paste – 29g is free

Harissa paste – 2 tsp is free

Heinz tomato ketchup 50% less sugar – 1 tbsp is free

Hellman's Lighter than Light Mayonnaise - 17g is free

Laughing Cow Extra Light Cheese Triangle - 1 is free (2 for 1sp) They are 16g each.

Marmite – 2 level tsp is free (7 level tsp is 1sp)

MyProtein Flavour Drops - free (available from the MyProtein website - lots of flavours)

Olives in brine – 4 are free (14 for 1sp)

PB2 (powdered peanut butter) 5g is free (17g for 1 sp)

Philadelphia lightest soft cheese – 16g is free (48g is 1sp)

Plain flour - 5g is free (so 20g could be used as a thickener when making meals for 4 people)

Protein cheese – 26g is free (79g for 1sp)

Rendang Curry Paste - 5g is free

Rice wine vinegar - free (up to 15 tbsp)

Soy sauce – 2 tsp is free (7 tsp for 1sp)

Sugar-free syrup (Starbucks/MyProtein) – free

Tesco Reduced Fat Green/Red Pesto - 7g is free (23g for 1sp)

Tomato puree – 15g is free (47g for 1sp)

Weight Watchers mini marshmallows - 2g is free

Weight Watchers mini meringues - 2g is free

White wine vinegar – 4 tbsp is free

Wholegrain mustard – 1 heaped teaspoon is free

Worcestershire sauce – 1 tsp is free (5 tsp for 1 sp)

124 thoughts on “Additions to the No Count List”

  1. What a lovely, helpful website! It’s a shame the NC plan is to be discontinued though. Maybe you’ll have to take it over, Helen and develop your own band of happy followers. Xx

    1. Hi, I’m really sorry about the late reply – your comment went through to the wrong folder in my admin section. Thank you so much for your lovely comment – it is such a shame that the No Count plan is being discontinued: this website will still be here though for anyone who wants to continue with NC or give it a go. Enjoy the rest of your week, Helen xxxxx

    1. Hi, it certainly does:-) The app gives different sp for cocoa powder, depending upon the one you’re using. I use the Tesco one which comes out at 3g for 0sp and 4g for 1sp. That’s why I haven’t added it to the list so far but thank you for getting in touch, and I hope you have a fab week ahead:-) Helen xxxxx

  2. These aren’t additions to the nc list. They’re just a list of low or 0sp for a certain a.ount foods.

    1. Hi Sandra, yes I know that but I decided to give it this heading for the website. Hope you have a lovely weekend, Helen xxx

  3. So glad I have found your website! I’m playing at flex at the min but ready for a change and new start! You have made me feel no count is a better choice so fingers crossed I can make it work for me as well as you have! Thank you for sharing x

    1. Hi and thank you Ceri: sometimes a change can do you good to get you motivated and kickstart your weight loss:-) Wishing you the best of luck with No Count and enjoy the rest of your weekend:-) Helen xxxx

  4. Hi Just wanted to say how fantastic this blog is the recipies look amazing can’t wait to to try them!
    I’m currently on Flex nearly at goal but would be interested to try no count but a little concerned about quantities and if it’ll work for me! but I guess it’s goid to mix things up! Do you know if it works better by swapping plans weekly or daily or does it not matter? Also where do I get the no count popcorn from is the ww ok? Thank you L xx

    1. Hi Laura, thank you for your lovely comments about the website – I’m glad you like it:-) Regarding quantities – just make sure you limit carbs and try to have some carb-free meals. Weigh pasta, oats and rice so that you don’t overdo it. If you want to know if No Count is working to help you lose weight, you’d need to do it for 2 or 3 weeks but if you just fancy a change to your weekly routine you could swap from day to day or week to week. It’s up to you. I decided to go exclusively with No Count as I wanted to see if it would work for me and I haven’t looked back since:-) The popcorn that is free on WW is the one you make your own – using a popcorn maker. The lowest bags you can buy are 2sp each. Hope you have a great week ahead and enjoy No Count and some of the recipes if you decide to give it a go:-) Helen xxxxx

    1. Hi Sally, Protein cheese has had a lot of the fat taken out of it so it’s very low in points. I like to use it in cooking but wouldn’t eat it otherwise. You can buy it at Morrisons and Tesco as well as online 👍🏻💕 Helen xxxx

    1. Hi Bronwen, tinned tomatoes are free and a lot of mackerel is. I’m not sure why they’re not on the list, sorry 💕 Helen xxxxx

  5. Quick question if you don’t mind, r there any wraps other than the ww ones free on no count as I can never find ww wraps??

    1. Hi, I’m sorry but it’s only the WW ones that are free. They are hard to find but Tesco do sell them. I tend to bulk buy them 😁 👍🏻💕💕 Helen xxxxx

  6. Hi, I have got so close to goal but keep losing then gaining the same 5lbs because my weekends are just full of wine, crisps and popcorn. I lost all my original 3 stone doing no count then went to counting but I know my choices aren’t being healthy cause I’m having lots of healthy zero point meals (i cook everything from scratch) but then I’m having 20 points worth of sugary rubbish. I’ m gonna switch tomorrow after weigh in to no count and I’m so glad to have found your website gonna be a great help. Thankyou.xx

    1. Hi Jo, your story sounds remarkably like mine. 💕 Good luck with your return to No Count and fingers crossed you reach goal soon. 👌🏻💕 I hope you enjoy some of the recipes on here too 😋😁💕💕 Helen xxxxx

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