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.
Suitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||per spray/0.2ml||per 100ml|
|Energy||4 kJ / 1 kcal||2136 kJ / 519 kcal|
|-of which Saturates||<0.1g||6.2g|
|-of which Sugars||0g||0.1g|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (8)
Great for diets but..
Why such a short shelf life? Expires end of Aug this year.. I'd have to use it 100 sprays a day to get through that!
Very useful for frying an egg or to stop food sticking when roasting. Unfortunately the spray mechanism occasionally falls before the container is empty
Love this product. It's great for spraying baking trays, frying veg etc. Very economical as well, lasts ages and I use it everyday.
The spray system works fine and it's quite useful to have for baking or in frying pans. I spray it on chicken before roasting and the 'no mess' is a bonus. Would recommend
Unlike the other reviewers I have not had any problems with the spray or my food sticking. Don't spray too close to your pan or it will be uneven. Being on the slimming world frylight is an essential but please Ocado look at stocking the full range, especially the buttery which is great for frying eggs
It has a really bad spraying system. It's hard to describe it but to give you an idea, it is more like a leave-in conditioner spray than a hair spray. It only squirts a little oil every time so you have to spray the pan many times. Even then, most things I try to cook get stuck to the pan because the coverage is uneven and insufficient. I wouldn't recommend it.