Rice cakes are a great low syn snack to have on the slimming world plan, mainly because of their volume due to them being made with puffed rice, keeping their calories low but still a satisfying snack.
There are many different kinds of rice cakes out there with different syns according to their flavours, Asda’s caramel rice cakes have 2 syns each, making them fine to have as part of your Slimming World diet as long as you track their syns.
To find out how many rice cakes you can have within your slimming world allowance and some other low syn flavoured rice cake alternatives we have put together a short guide below that will tell you everything you need to know.
How Many Rice Cakes Can I Have On The Slimming World Plan?
Since Asda’s caramel rice cakes are 2 syns each you can have up to 7 of them before exceeding your daily 15 syn allowance, this is because rice cakes are healthy and do not contain a lot of fat or sugar. You can always try buying unflavoured rice cakes to save even more syns and topping them with low-calorie spreads.
ASDA Own Rice Cake Syn Values
If you are interested in finding low syn rice cakes from ASDA we have listed some useful syn values of their other rice cakes from the brand below.
Sainsbury's Milk Chocolate Mini Rice Cakes 4x30g - 7 syns a pack.
Overall, caramel rice cakes make a great substitute for when you crave something sweet and although they do not have much nutritional value they are healthy in terms of calories and syns, allowing you to have more than one without using too many syns.
We would always suggest choosing non-flavoured rice cakes and topping them yourself if you want to save even more syns when snacking.
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