If you shop at Aldi and like to buy some of their Brooklea yoghurt range for a snack or breakfast, your probably wondering how many syns these yoghurts have on the slimming world plan.
Brooklea Greek style yoghurts depending on the style you buy are mostly syn free but some can range up to 1 syn or more depending on the size and if you get the flavoured versions.
To help you out when buying your Brooklea greek yoghurts we have put together a short article below which will cover why Greek yoghurt is good for you on the slimming world plan, all the Brooklea syn value yoghurts and some other Greek yoghurt alternatives.
Why Is Greek Yoghurt Good On The Slimming World Diet?
Greek yoghurt is an excellent low fat, low carb high protein source, the slimming world diet allows most Greek yoghurts that are fat free on the syn free list because of this.
Having fat free Greek yoghurt as a snack or for breakfast on the SW plan allows you to free up your syns and get your added fruit intake in too.
Brooklea Yoghurt Syn Values
We mentioned that most of the Greek style Brooklea yoghurts are syn free on slimming world but this does depend on the flavouring you buy too.
So we have put together a list of the whole Brooklea Aldi yoghurt range below to help you on finding the low syn versions.
Aldi Brooklea Fat Free Authentic Greek Yogurt 500g pot (125g serving) – Syn free.
Aldi Brooklea Fat Free Greek Style Yogurt, Natural (per 100g) – Syn free.
Aldi Brooklea Fat Free Natural Yogurt (per 100g) – Syn free.
Aldi Brooklea Natural Fromage Frais, 0% Fat (per 100g) – Syn Free.
Aldi Brooklea Active 0% Fat Yogurt, Raspberry, 0% Added Sugar (125g pot) – 1/2 syn.
As you can see, the Aldi Brooklea yoghurt range is pretty slimming world friendly, but there are also other low syn Greek yoghurt alternatives which are worth checking out if your looking to save your syns.
To conclude, Brooklea Greek style yoghurts are mostly syn free, but this does change according to the flavour that you choose, both the fat free raspberry and strawberry flavours from the range are syn free, but the cherry is a 1/2 a syn for example.
For lower syn alternatives, always choose a plain fat free Greek yoghurt or check out our alternatives above from other supermarkets and brands.
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