Sausages can often be very high in fat due to the pork, but this doesn't mean you can't eat them when losing weight, you just have to be mindful about the types of sausages you pick and remember to track their syns.
Asda's reduced fat sausages have 1 syns per sausage, making them very low in syns, you could have up to 15 of them before using up your whole allowance for the day!
To help you understand why pork sausages are often so high in syns, some other syn values of Asda's sausages and alternatives, we've composed a short guide below which will give you everything you need to know.
Most regular pork sausages have about three syns each, this is because they are very high in fat, you also need to consider the oil you are frying them in, we would recommend low cal cooking spray.
Reduced-fat pork sausages however only have 1 syn in which is great, you could eat them in addition to a slimming world fry up, traybake or pasta!
If your trying to save syns, you might have noticed chicken sausages can often be very low in syns, this is due to the fact they contain less fat than pork sausages.
For example, the average pork sausage can have up to 290 calories while chicken and turkey sausages have 150 calories.
Asda has a few different types of sausages with varying syns, we've listed them below with their values.
If your looking for some other types of reduced-fat sausages, we've listed a few others to add to your shopping which is low syns.
To save even more syns, you could always try making your own slimming world pork sausages with some lean pork mince, our recipe below is SYN FREE too!
Overall, for one syn each, Asda's reduced fat pork sausages are not a bad choice, however, you can always try some lower syn alternatives such as chicken sausages or even try making your own at home with our SYN FREE recipe above!