Allowing you to use 95% less fat than oil*, Frylight is the everyday, healthy cooking oil alternative. With each spray of Frylight containing just 1 calorie, this means you can save over 120 calories* when using it in place of your regular pouring oil. And with no artificial ingredients, it's the perfect choice.
For recipes and tips on how to use your Frylight, see www.frylight.co.uk or search for Frylight on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
*Using 5 sprays per cook (5kcal/0.5g fat), which can replace 1 tablespoonful of oil (120kcal/15g fat) or butter (110kcal/12g fat) = 95% less fat and saves over 100 calories per cook.
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Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||per spray/0.2ml||per 100ml|
|Energy||4 kJ / 1 kcal||2142 kJ / 520 kcal|
|-of which Saturates||<0.1g||7.3g|
|-of which Sugars||0g||0.1g|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (21)
I love frylight but olive one is awful.
Smells awful when cooking and doesn't taste nice. Butter and sunflower are lovely.
I wish I'd read the reviews and ingredients list before buying this. It is only 53% olive oil, the rest is a mixture of water, alcohol, gum and other stuff to create a white emulsion, presumably to help make it go further and spread out on the frying pan. It didn't taste like much olive oil, so I've poured it down the sink and reused the spray bottle by refilling with good olive oil. Much better.
full of unpleasant extras
Read the ingredients list before buying this spray,wish I had. Unlike the others it is full of emulsifiers and thickeners and looks revolting. Reluctantly going to bin it and buy one thats just oil
this is not just olive oil
not just olive oil: read the label! And olive oil should never be kept in plastic. Unhealthy and polluting. Friend had it and binned it after realising.
Olive oil isn't the best medium for frying but if that's what you want, then fine. However, if Frylight came up with a lard version, now that would be something.