If you love to wind down with a hot chocolate as a sweet treat in the evenings or maybe it's your go-to drink during the colder months, you will need to ensure your synning your hot chocolate on the SW plan to avoid these drinks affecting your weight loss.
Cadbury's hot chocolate has on average 6 syns for their instant full sugar version and 2 syns for their highlights version, making their hot chocolate range high and low in syns, we would recommend opting for highlights on the slimming world plan to save syns.
In our syn guide below, we will take you through why Cadbury's instant hot chocolate is high in syns, some syn values of their range and low syn alternatives for a quick hot chocolate.
At 6 syns for a 28g sachet of Cadbury's instant hot chocolate, this drink is very high in syns, using nearly half of your daily syn allowance. This hot chocolate is high in syns due to the sugar content inside, having nearly 17g of sugar in just one serving.
Cadbury's highlights on the other hand are much lower in syns, having 2 syns a sachet meaning you could have up to 7 sachets a day before using your whole daily allowance. These hot chocolate sachets are low in syns because they are sweetened with sweeteners rather than sugar, helping to save syns.
Cadbury's has a wide range of drinking chocolate available, to help you stay on track with your syns, we've listed them down below.
If you find Cadbury's hot chocolate to be too high in syns and you are not keen on the taste of their lighter highlights options, we've got some great low-syn alternatives to check out below.
To conclude, Cadbury's hot chocolate is high in syns for their instant regular version, having 6 syns a sachet is which is nearly half of your daily syn allowance, to save syns we recommend opting for their highlights version which only has 2 syns a serving or checking out our low syn alternatives above which start as low as 2 syns.