Fitness instructor Sophie Guidolin shares her KFC ordering technique and diet

A leading fitness trainer revealed her favorite KFC order is under 400 calories, and all you have to do to replicate it is leave one condiment out of your order.

Sophie Guidolin, a 33-year-old mother of four, from the Gold Coast, said she orders the Zinger burger without mayonnaise, which reduces the dish’s 408 calories to 380.

ipod The founder said the healthy prepackaged meals are a calorie-smart way to satisfy cravings, and fit into the “flexitarian diet” lifestyle she advocates.

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Fitness Instructor Sophie Guidolin Reveals When She's Excited About Takeaway But Doesn't Want To 'Blow Up Her Macros'

Fitness Instructor Sophie Guidolin Reveals When She’s Excited About Takeaway But Doesn’t Want To ‘Blow Up Her Macros’

The mother of four orders a zinger burger without mayonnaise

The dish comes with only 380 calories and is a healthy takeaway option

The mother of four orders a zinger burger without mayonnaise. The dish comes with only 380 calories and is a healthy takeaway option

“Have you ever stuck around and craved takeaway?” Satisfying cravings “without blowing up your macros,” said the mom when she shared her top tip.

“Today I’m going to show you what I order from KFC, my favorite burger under 400 calories.”

The order is a zinger burger without mayonnaise, it’s very tasty. It’s only 380 calories. This is your low-calorie option for KFC.

KFC’s typically $6.45 spicy burger includes a chicken breast fillet topped with zinger, lettuce, and mayonnaise.

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Sophie advocates ‘flexitarian dieting’ in her life as well as her fitness plans for others, rather than a strict, ongoing approach

The fitness trainer said adopting a flexitarian diet ‘really changed’ her life and now incorporates it into the fitness plans she designs for others.

A flexible diet allows people to have more freedom in their food choices while still meeting their macronutrient goals, presumably to encourage a more sustainable weight loss routine and a healthier attitude toward dieting.

Her followers loved the takeaway hack and asked for more ordering tips for their favorite restaurants

Her followers loved the takeaway hack and asked for more ordering tips for their favorite restaurants

Fans loved the advice and immediately asked for more advice on how to hack takeaway and make it healthy, ordering Subway, Nando’s, McDonald’s, Guzman y Gomez, and sushi orders.

However, not everyone was impressed with the fact that Sophie took mayo out of her order.

‘You’d rather eat the drywall,’ said one of the men. ‘Thank you.’

However, another woman said she “always” orders the burger without mayonnaise and then adds her own mayonnaise and sriracha on the house.

What are the favorite “fast food” recipes for a fitness trainer?

Healthier McChicken Aioli Wrap (283 calories)

* To prepare the sauce, mix 15g of mayonnaise, 15g of plain Greek yogurt and ½ teaspoon of Garlic Lovers seasoning.

* Cook chicken breasts in an air fryer

* Add the sauce to the whole meal rolls with lettuce, then add the chicken and tomatoes

Domino’s Pizza Dub Burger (529 calories)

*Using Lebanese bread as a pizza base, add 50g of pasta sauce, 30g of grated cheese, 100% 5% fat minced meat, 30g of pickles, 1 slice of smoked cheese and bake for 10 minutes at 180 degrees

* Make a secret burger sauce using 20g light mayonnaise, 10g tomato sauce, 5g American mustard, 5g pickled pickle and white vinegar, drizzle it over the cooked pizza

Bacon and Egg McGriddle Vaccine 419 calories

* Mix 60 ml of sugar-free pancake mix with 50 ml of yogurt and 12 cups of water.

* Fry the mixture in circular molds, adding two drops of maple syrup to each tray

* Grill 40g short cut bacon

* Mix a whole egg and an egg white and fry like an omelette

*Place one tray on a plate, fold in an egg, add the bacon and one slice of smoked cheese, then place on top of the plate with the second tray

(source: Pachardgrave)

Previously, an Australian health coach revealed how to make a supercharged KFC slider at home using Woolies frozen chicken and homemade ketchup.

Be Hardgrave From Brisbane discovered Tegel Takeouts Louisiana-style chicken burger is the perfect KFC chicken trick, but the product has become harder to find since the secret came out.

She adds a chicken burger, shredded lettuce, and DIY KFC Supercharged Sauce to a mini wrap to make her famous slider.

A Brisbane-based health coach has created a home-cooked version

A Brisbane-based health coach has created a ‘unreal’ home cooked version of KFC’s famous supercharged slider (pictured)

Fitness trainer Bec Hardgrave used Tegel Takeouts' wildly popular $14 chicken burger.

She added a slice of burger to a white mini wrap with shredded lettuce and homemade supercharged sauce

Fitness trainer Bec Hardgrave used Tegel Takeouts Louisiana-style chicken burger priced at $14. She added a slice of burger to a white mini wrap with shredded lettuce and homemade supercharged sauce

To make 223 mock calories, first cook Tegel chicken in the air fryer and then mix 15g of light mayonnaise and 5g of chili sauce and add to a little white wrap.

Then add the lettuce, cut the cooked chicken into strips and put 70 grams in the wrapper. Fold and enjoy.

The original supercharged slider costs $2.95 and contains tender chicken, lettuce, and supercharged sauce all wrapped in a warm flatbread. The product contains 269 calories.

The KFC dish also comes in barbecue flavor and pepper mayonnaise flavor.

The burgers cost $14 for a 600g but are almost impossible to find at Woolworths or online

The burgers cost $14 for a 600g but are almost impossible to find at Woolworths or online

“If you’re already into those chips at Woolworths that taste just like Kentucky Fried Chicken, then I’ve got another fake menu item for you,” said the health coach.

Bec said previously that the burger tastes exactly like KFC, only better, rating the product a 20/10.

Tegel Takeouts’ Louisiana-style chicken burger has become a cult favorite ever since it was pitched as KFC’s chicken trick, and The $14 New Zealand product is now so popular that it’s completely out of stock online and at many Woolworths.

Beck’s followers were excited to try the dish but were frustrated by the lack of burgers.

‘These burgers are hard to find!’ Sold out in North Melbourne.

Great pies. Everyone deals with them and for half the price last week they are so hard to find,” commented one man.

“My husband and I have been trying for 4 weeks to get these products in our local area and they are out or out of stock,” said one frustrated woman.

However, shoppers who were able to find the burgers were very impressed.

I had a burger tonight! One woman said it tasted exactly like Kentucky Fried Chicken.

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