How Many Syns In Ainsley Harriott Cup A Soup? Can I Have One On Slimming World?
If you are after a quick afternoon snack, you might be tempted to have a cup A soup in between meals to keep you full, but since these soups are not a syn-free food on the slimming world plan, you need to make sure you are tracking their syns.
An Ainsley Harriott cup of soup has on average between 3.5-5 syns per soup, making them fairly average in syns, you could have up to around 3-5 cups before using all your 15 syn daily allowance.
To find out more about the syns in Ainsley Harriott cup a soups we've put together a syn guide below which will take you through why cup a soups have syns, syn values of them and some low syn alternative cup a soups.
Why Do Ainsley Harriott Cup A Soups Have Syns?
Ainsley Harriott Cup A Soups have between 3.5-5 syns per cup of soup making them average in syns, you could have between 3-5 cups on the plan per day.
These soups get their syns mainly from the added ingredients such as oil, they can also be very high in sugar, with their sweet and sour soups having up to 10g in one sachet!
Syn Values Of Ainsley Harriott Cup A Soups
Ainsley Harriott has a huge range of cup a soups with varying flavours depending on what you fancy, to help you compare syns, we've listed them down below.
Ainsley Harriott Szechuan Hot & Sour Cup Soup 60g - 3.5 syns.
Batchelors Cup A Soup Special Cream Of Mushroom 4S 99G - 5.5 syns.
Sainsbury's Be Good to Yourself Thai Style Chicken Cup Soup 5x15g - 2.5 syns.
Overall, Ainsley Harriott cup a soups are average in syns, having between 3-5 syns a sachet, you could have between 3-5 sachets a day before using all of your 15 syns. To save syns, we recommend choosing lower calorie options such as Be Good To Yourself soups which have less syns.
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