If you're a lover of Aioli with your meals, you might be curious as to how many syns this condiment has on the slimming world plan, is it high in syns? Will it interfere with your weight loss?
Aioli has on average 4 syns a tablespoon or around 15 syns for 50g, making it quite high in syns, we, therefore, suggest using Aioli in moderation.
In our syn guide below, we will discuss further why Aioli is so high in syns, some syn values of Aioli, low syn alternatives and a slimming world Aioli recipe to try at home.
At 4 syns for a tablespoon or 15 syns for 50g, you can have between 50-60g of Aioli on average before using all your 15 daily syn allowance making the dip high in syns.
Aioli get's its high syn value from the super high-fat content which is mainly down to the egg inside, for example, one serving of Tesco's aioli has up to 15 syns and 35g of fat which is your whole recommended daily fat intake!
Aioli has a similar syn value no matter the brand you buy, but so as you can compare syns, we've listed some different options down below to help you out.
If you find Aioli to be too high in syns, there are plenty of other dip-like condiments you can use as a replacement to spice up recipes which are lower in syns. We've listed some alternatives below.
If you are a lover of Aioli but don't want to spend all the syns due to the high-fat content, we've got a great low-syn recipe for you to try out down below which is syn-free!
Overall, Aioli is high in syns due to the high-fat content, one tablespoon can have between 4-5 syns easily and 50g takes your whole daily syn allowance! To save syns we recommend switching to a lower syn condiment like light mayonnaise or making your own syn free version at home!