How Many Syns In Nomadic Oat Clusters?

Updated on 
1 December, 2021

Does Nomadic Oat Cluster Have A Lot Of Syns?

Nomadic oat clusters and yoghurt might appear to be a nice and healthy snack, but since they contain clusters and sugars, you will need to make sure you are synning them on the slimming world plan.

Nomadic oat clusters and yoghurts have 15 syns in for the whole pot when combined with the clusters, which means they take your whole syn allowance for the day. 

Down below we will discuss why Nomadic oat clusters and yoghurts are so high in syns, some of the other syn values from Nomadic's products and a few lower syn alternatives. We will also discuss a low syn recipe for granola with yoghurt to keep you on track!

Why Are Nomadic Oat Clusters So High In Syns?

It can be pretty shocking to learn that some simple granola and yoghurt could be so high in syns, but this is because they contain a high amount of sugar with ingredients such as honey in the granola. The whole Nomadic yoghurt and oat clusters strawberry flavour have up to 12 syns for the whole pot!

The Nomadic oat clusters with yoghurt in chocolate flavour have 16 syn in per pot when combined with its clusters which pushes you over your syn allowance for the day. Its yoghurt also contributes to the high syns because, despite natural, it still has a little fat content.

Nomadic Syn Values

Nomadic has a huge range of other products such as yoghurts, we've listed the rest of their syn values down below to help you out.

  • Nomadic Mango Lassi Yogurt Drink 500Ml - 3 syns per 100ml.
  • Nomadic Ayran Natural Yogurt Drink 1 Litre - 2 syns per 100ml.
  • Nomadic Passion Fruit Lassi Yogurt Drink 500Ml - 4 syns per 100ml.
  • Nomadic Lassi Strawberry & Pomegranate Yogurt Drink 500Ml - 4 syns per 100ml.
  • Nomadic Oats Chocolate & Natural Yogurt 169G - 16 syns combined.
  • Nomadic Strawberry Oat Clusters & Low Fat Yogurt 169G - 15 syns combined.
Nomadic Syn Values

Low Syn Alternatives To Nomadic Oat Clusters

If your looking for a granola and yoghurt type of mix in the pot, then we have listed a few other alternatives to try out below, remember to track all their syns!

  • Activia Low Fat Yogurt Vanilla & Granola 165G - 9 syns per pot.
  • Pollen + Grace Juicy Raspberry Granola + Chia Pot 175g - 13 syns per pot.
  • Pollen + Grace Tropical Mango Granola + Chia Pot 175g - 11.5 syns per pot.
  • Muller Corner Skyr Raspberry & Hazelnut Granola Yogurt 180G - 13 syns per pot combined.
  • Muller Skyr Corner Icelandic Style Nuts & Chocolate Coated Balls Granola Yogurt 180g - 13 syns per pot combined.
  • Sainsbury's On the Go Greek Style Yogurt with Mixed Berry Compote & Crispy Granola 210g - 13 syns per pot.
  • Sainsbury's On the Go Greek Style Yogurt with Tropical Compote & Crispy Granola 210g - 11 syns per pot.

Our Low Syn Granola & Yoghurt Recipe

One way to save a lot of syns would be to switch out your yoghurt to no fat yoghurt and keep it plain then make your low syn granola, we've listed the recipe details below which contains 3 syns plus your Healthy Extra B for the day.


  • 120g of oats.
  • One tablespoon of chocolate chips.
  • One tablespoon of unsweetened cocoa powder.
  • Mashed banana (around 50g)
  • One tablespoon of maple syrup.
  • One teaspoon of vanilla extract.
  • Low cal spray oil.


  1. To begin with heat your oven to around gas mark 4.
  2. Mix the oats, chocolate chips, maple syrup, vanilla and cocoa powder.
  3. Prepare a baking tray with some parchment paper and spread out the mix then spray some oil on top.
  4. Bake in the oven for around 10-15 minutes.
  5. Break the granola up and bake for another 10 minutes again.
  6. Have it on your fat-free yoghurt and enjoy!

Final Words

Overall, at 15-16 syns a pot, Nomadic oat clusters and yoghurts are very high in syns, we would instead opt for making your low syn granola and using that as a topping instead, making sure you choose fat-free plain yoghurts to keep it SYN FREE.

Jennifer is a certified nutritionist and weight loss coach with a Master's in Nutrition from Cambridge. With over 10 years experience, she shares healthy recipes and science-backed slimming tips on SheCooksSheEats to help people reach their wellness goals. Jennifer stays up-to-date by regularly attending conferences and continuing her nutrition education. She aims to provide research-backed advice to inspire balanced, happy living.
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