Rice pudding is a great light dessert, it often doesn't have too many calories, but since the rice is in milk and sugar, you do have to track their syns.
Ambrosia Light Rice Pudding in particular has 6 syns a pot, which is quite high in syns, therefore it should be eaten in moderation to avoid going over your syn allowance.
So as you can enjoy your rice pudding without having to worry about syns, we've made a guide below which will take you through whether or not you can eat Ambrosia Light Rice Pudding on the slimming world plan, the syn values of their other pudding products and some low syn alternatives from other brands, we will also throw in an SW recipe for rice pudding which is only 3 syns!
Ambrosia Light Rice Pudding is high in syns, but as long as you have enough syns left in your 15 syn daily allowances, you can happily eat your rice pudding without ruining your diet.
You should however consume rice pudding in moderation, only two small light pots will take your whole syn allowance for the day.
Rice pudding is very high in sugar and carbohydrates, the milk adds fat content too, this all contributes to higher calorie content, therefore, makes it higher in syns.
The dessert doesn't offer too many nutritional benefits either and can be easy to overeat due to its small volume so should always be eating it in moderation.
Ambrosia has a couple of different rice pudding products with varying syns, we've listed them down below to help you out.
If you find Ambrosia Light rice pudding too high in syns, there are other low syn alternatives to check out from other brands.
One way to save some syns on your rice pudding is by getting creative in the kitchen and making your own! Our recipe below serves four people and is 3 syns a serving.
Overall, Ambrosia light rice pudding has 6 syns a pot, making it high in syns, you should only eat this rice pudding in moderation due to its high sugar and fat content. If you want to save some syns, we suggest making your rice pudding or checking out one of our low syn alternatives above.