How Many Syns In A Bliss Whip Bar? Are They Slimming World Friendly? - Our SW Syn Guide
If you are craving a chocolate bar, but don't want to spend too many syns on the slimming world plan, you might have come across Bliss whip bars and seen they are low in calories.
Bliss whip bars have 5 syns per chocolate bar making them fairly average in syns, we would recommend eating these bars in moderation on the plan for when you feel like something sweet.
In our syn guide below, we will take you through how many Bliss bars you can have on slimming world, syn values of them and some low syn alternatives to these chocolate bars.
How Many Bliss Whip Bars Can I Eat On Slimming World?
At 5 syns for one Bliss Whip bar, you can have up to three of these bars on the SW plan before using all of your 15 syn daily allowance making them average in syns for a chocolate bar.
These bliss bars are SW friendly due to them being quite low in fat, the rest of the syns come from the sugar in the milk and chocolate with one bar having around 9-13g of sugar, we, therefore, suggest eating them in moderation.
Syn Values Of Bliss Whip Bars
Bliss has a huge range of whip bars with different flavours for a low-syn sweet snack, to help you compare syns, we've listed a few of their bars down below along with their syn values.
Skinny raw white chocolate and raspberry - 5 syns per bar.
Milky Way 5 Individually Wrapped Cake Bars - 5.5 syns.
Overall, Bliss whip bars are average in syns, having 5 syns for one chocolate bar no matter the flavour making them an ideal snack to have on the plan.
We do suggest having these bars in moderation since they can be high in sugar, there are many bars for 99 calories or less like fibre one which is great to stock up on for low-syn sweet snacks on the SW plan.
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