You can't beat a good dumpling with a chicken or beef stew, but dumplings are often high in fat and carbohydrates which can make them higher in syns too.
Aunt Bessie's dumplings in particular have 9 syns per dumpling, making them very high in syns, taking up nearly over half of your daily syn allowance for the day.
To find out whether or not you can eat dumplings on the slimming world plan we have composed a short article below which will take you through why dumplings are so high in syns, some lower syn alternatives from other brands plus a slimming world friendly dumpling recipe.
You might be pretty shocked to learn that Aunt Bessie's dumplings are 9 syns per one, but this is mainly down to its high-calorie content from the carbohydrates. These dumplings are mainly made with suet and flour which is what makes them high in calories thus high in syns, having two would put you at 18 syns for the day which is well over the 15 syn daily allowances.
To get lower syn dumplings you can try opting for a dumpling mix instead which requires you to make them yourself but nearly halves the syns.
There are plenty of other pre-packaged dumplings at the supermarkets if you are after some lower syn alternatives than Aunt Bessie's, we've listed them below to help you out.
If you are a lover of dumplings but don't want to waste all your syns on them then why not try making your own SYN FREE ones?
We've listed the recipe details down below which is super easy to follow.
Overall, Aunt Bessie's dumplings are very high in syns, costing you 9 syns per one dumpling, we would instead recommend making your own with a dumpling mix, this would cost you only around 3-5 syns rather than 9 and tastes the same, or you could try making our syn free dumplings with the recipe above.