If you are craving an apple pie with some ice cream for dessert, you need to consider the syns in this traditional dessert since it's often loaded with sugar and ingredients like custard.
Apple pie has varying syns according to how it is made, on average, you can expect a slice to have 12.5 syns which is nearly your whole daily syn allowance.
Down below, we will discuss in more detail why apple pie is high in syns, some varying syn values and how to make your own SW-friendly apple pie at home.
At 12.5 syns for a slice, apple pie is very high in syns, consuming the majority of your 15 syns per day. Apple pie gets its high syn value from ingredients such as butter and milk which are naturally high in calories, sugar also makes the pie high in syns.
For example, a slice of Tesco apple lattice pie has nearly 10g of fat and 17.5g of sugar, you also need to consider extras like custard which add syns, custard has on average 4.5 syns serving, added with a slice can take your whole daily syn allowance.
Apple pie has varying syn values according to the ingredients and size, we've listed some general syn values below to help you stay on track.
If you are craving a slice of apple pie but don't want to spend syns, you can always make your own at home with our recipe below.
This only has 4 syns a serving.
Overall, apple pies can be very high in syns due to ingredients such as butter, milk and sugar, to save syns we recommend having a small portion or making your own low-syn version at home, swapping high-calorie ingredients such as sugar for sweetener.