Are Tesco Rice Cakes High In Syns - How Many Syns In Them?
Rice cakes are a great low syn snack to have on the slimming world plan providing you choose plan options, this allows you to top them with any flavour you want and keep them low in syns.
Tesco's rice cakes, in particular, have to vary syns according to the flavours that you buy, but for their plain lightly salted version you are looking at 1.5 syns a rice cake, making it a very SW friendly low syn snack.
Down below we will discuss why rice cakes are good for you on the slimming world diet, the other syn values of Tesco rice cakes and some low syn alternatives from other brands.
Why Are Tesco Rice Cakes So Low In Syns?
Rice cakes are low in syns as they are made only out of puffed rice which has a lot of volumes but not many calories (unless you buy a flavoured version), this makes them an excellent low syn alternative to crackers for example which are high in syns.
You could have up to 10 of Tesco's lightly salted rice cakes before hitting your daily syn allowance, topping them with syn free foods such as tuna, eggs or even fruit for a sweet craving.
Tesco Rice Cake Syn Values
Since Tesco's rice cakes vary according to different flavours we have listed out their range of syn values below to give you some low syn shopping inspo for your next supermarket trip.
Sainsbury's Rice Cakes Protein Version with Pea & Lentil 125g - 1.5 syns per cake.
Sainsbury's Milk Chocolate Mini Rice Cakes 4x30g - 7 syns a pack.
How Many Syns In Tesco's Chocolate Rice Cakes?
Tesco's Chocolate Rice Cakes have a total of 4 syns per cake - so enjoy! 🙂
To conclude, Tesco's rice cakes are low in syns no matter the flavour that you choose with none of them going over the 5 syn mark, we suggest choosing the plan version which is 1.5 syns to save some syns and topping them yourself with some SYN FREE toppings if you are after extra flavour.
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.