How Many Syns In Aldi Asian Inspired Noodles? & Low Syn Alternatives

Updated on 
18 January, 2022

Is Aldi Asian Inspired Noodles High In Syns?

Pre-packed noodles can be a go-to for many of us who need a quick lunch at work or an easy dinner after a long day, but since these noodles are not syn free on the slimming world plan you will need to ensure they are tracking their syns.

Aldi Asian Inspired noodles in particular have a syn value of around 15 syns per pot, making them very high in syns, you should only eat these occasionally as you would need to save your whole daily syn allowance for the day!

In our small guide below, we've discussed why these noodle pots are so high in syns, the syn values for the whole noodle range as well as some lower syn alternatives from other brands.

Why Are Aldi Asian Inspired Noodles So High In Syns?

For 15 syns per pot, Aldi Asian inspired noodles consume your whole daily syn allowance for the day, this is mainly because of the flavourings and egg noodles inside which are high in calories.

These noodle pots are often very high in sodium too due to the addition of ingredients such as soy sauce.

We would suggest avoiding these pots as a daily meal due to the fact they are so high in syns, but if your syns are free for the day, there is no reason as to why you can't eat one of these pots without them affecting your weight loss journey.

Aldi Asian Inspired Noodles Syn Values

Aldi Asian inspired noodles all to have a similar syn value, but we have listed out the different pots in their range to help you out below.

  • Make In Minutes Asian Inspired Noodles Sweet Chilli 78g - 15 syns.
  • Make In Minutes Asian Inspired Noodles Hoisin Duck 78g - 15 syns.
  • Make In Minutes Asia Inspired Japanese Katsu Curry 78g - 15 syns.
  • Make In Minutes Asian Inspired Noodles Curry 78g - 15 syns.

Low Syn Alternatives To Aldi Asian Inspired Noodles

Since Aldi Asian Inspired noodles are very high in syns, you might be looking for some lower syn alternatives for when you need a quick and easy meal.

We've got you covered with our syn values list below.

  • Naked Noodle Singapore Noodle Pot 104G - 20 syns.
  • Batchelor's Super Noodle Pots Chicken 75G - 17.5 syns.
  • Naked Noodle Thai Green Curry Pot 78G - 14 syns.
  • Pot Noodle Chicken And Mushroom 90G - 21.5 syns.
  • Kabuto Noodles Chicken Ramen 85G - 16 syns.
  • Batchelors Super Noodle Pot Bbq Beef 75G - 18 syns.
  • Naked Noodle Panang Fiery Chicken Noodle Pot 104G - 21 syns.
  • Batchelors Super Noodle Pot Curry 75G - 17.5 syns.
  • Itsu Chilli Miso Noodle Cup 63G - 10 syns.
  • Nissin Soba Teriyaki Instant Noodles 90G - 11 syns.
  • Naked Noodle Sweet Chilli Flavour 78G - 14 syns.
  • Pot Noodle King Chicken & Mushroom 114G - 27 syns.
  • Hearty Food Co Chicken & Mushroom Flavoured Noodles 70G - 18.5 syns.
  • Hearty Food Co Spicy Curry Flavoured Noodles 70G - 16 syns.

Our Slimming World Friendly Asian Inspired Noodle Pot

Noodle pots can be very high in syns, but this doesn't mean you can't eat them, instead, why not try making your own slimming world friendly noodle pots?

Our recipe serves one person and is best of all SYN FREE!


  • One wheat noodle nest.
  • A carrot grated.
  • One small pear chopped.
  • Coriander and mint.
  • Spring onions.
  • Juice of a lime.
  • Lettuce leaves.
  • Dark soy sauce.


  1. To begin start by making your noodles then put your carrot in boiling water for around 5 minutes until softened, place both of them into a jar together.
  2. Next mix your lime juice, soy sauce, salt and pepper and some water together, feel free to add chilli if you want.
  3. Place the lettuce leaves on top with your pear, herbs and onions.
  4. Store in a fridge in your jar.

Should I Eat Aldi Asian Inspired Noodles On The SW Plan?

Overall, we would only suggest eating Aldi Asian Inspired noodles occasionally on the slimming world plans when you have enough syns left in your allowance. To save syns, it's better to make your noodle jars and store them in the fridge for a quick and easy meal!

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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