News, Culture & Society

How to make a 300 calorie DIY KFC Twister

Fitness coach: How to make a 300 calorie DIY KFC Twister that tastes even better than the real thing

  • A fitness coach has shared how to make a 300 calorie healthy KFC Twister      
  • Her TikTok shows how she made the ‘fakeaway’ wrap using low-cost ingredients 
  • ‘An original Twister is 585 calories and this one’s just a delicious,’ the coach said
  • She also revealed how to make a delicious 100 calorie breakfast wrap  


A qualified health and fitness coach has shared how to make a healthy KFC Twister that’s only 300 calories. 

Brisbane blogger, Bec Hardgrave, posted a TikTok for how she makes the ‘fakeaway’ wrap using fresh and affordable ingredients. 

‘The original version comes in at 585 calories and this one is just as delicious,’ the fitness professional said. 

Scroll for video

To a bowl she mixes Praise light Mayonnaise with a tablespoon of pepper and in a separate bowl mixes coleslaw and sweet chilli sauce

Brisbane blogger Bec Hardgrave, posted a recent TikTok sharing the way she makes her 300 calorie KFC Twister ‘fakeaway’ wrap using fresh and affordable ingredients

Bec begins by cooking two Ingham’s Super Crunch Tenders according to the instructions on the box, then creates her mayonnaise. 

To a bowl she mixes Praise light Mayonnaise with a tablespoon of pepper and combines them with a spoon.

Then in a separate bowl she mixes fresh coleslaw and sweet chilli sauce.

Bec warms a sourdough wrap and assembles her healthy Twister by smearing the sweet chilli coleslaw mixture to the wrap and placing the chicken tenders on top.

She drizzles the home-made pepper mayo onto the tenders and folds the wrap up ready to enjoy. 

The recipe was flooded with praise by foodies who couldn’t wait to try the idea for themselves.   

What you’ll need to make a ‘KFC Twister Fakeaway’ 

This is not the first time Bec has shared a healthy wrap recipe, as earlier this month the blogger also revealed her breakfast wrap recipe. 

The ‘low calorie, high protein’ breakfast wrap is only 100 calories and comes complete with bacon, scrambled egg and a hash brown.  

She cut the wrap from one edge to the centre, then she filled each quarter with bacon, scrambled eggs, vegetarian sausage and a hash brown. To serve, she simply folded each quarter triangles onto themselves until she had a layered wrap.  

Fitness coach Bec Hardgrave (pictured) has created a high protein breakfast wrap - complete with bacon, scrambled egg whites and a hash brown

Fitness coach Bec Hardgrave has created a high protein breakfast wrap - complete with bacon, scrambled egg whites and a hash brown

Fitness coach Bec Hardgrave (pictured) has created a high protein breakfast wrap – complete with bacon, scrambled egg whites and a hash brown

She said her breakfast wrap contains a total of 473 calories, 33 grams of protein, 23 grams of fat and 23 grams of carbs.

‘I found these new low calories sourdough wraps – they’re 100 calories each, they’re high in fibre, they’re 9 grams of carbs and have no added sugars,’ the 25-year-old said.

 ‘I made it into a breakfast wrap with bacon, hash brown, vegetarian sausages and egg, it was so delicious. I ended up adding less than half a teaspoon of sugar-free BBQ sauce. Definitely have to try this one out.’

Ingredients to make a healthy breakfast wrap

1 x Diego’s Sourdough Wrap

70g short cut bacon

1 Birds eye hash brown

1 Linda McCartney Vegetarian Sausage

1 Egg + 1 egg white

Total calories: 473

Protein: 33g

Fats: 23g

Carbs: 23g 

She cut the wrap from one edge to the centre, then she filled each quarter with bacon, scrambled eggs, vegetarian sausage and a hash brown

To serve, she simply folded each quarter triangles onto themselves until she had a layered wrap

She cut the wrap from one edge to the centre, then she filled each quarter with bacon, scrambled eggs, vegetarian sausage and a hash brown. To serve, she simply folded each quarter triangles onto themselves until she had a layered wrap 

Her video has since been viewed more than 28,000 times, with many saying they couldn’t wait to give it a go.

‘This looks amazing,’ one wrote, while another said: ‘Oh my god, yum.’

While one added: ‘Not all heroes wear capes.’ 

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk