Is Campbell's Condensed Chicken Soup High In Syns On Slimming World?
Canned soups like Campbell's can make an easy dinner to have when you're short on time, but how many syns do these soups have on the slimming world plan, are they too high in syns?
Campbell's condensed chicken soup has on average around 15 syns per can, making this soup high in syns, we, therefore, suggest having it in moderation on the plan.
In our syn guide below we will take you through why Campbell's chicken condensed soup is so high in syns, syn values of their soup range and some low syn alternatives for a convenient lunch.
Is Campbell's Chicken Condensed Soup High In Syns?
At 15 syns per can, Campbell's chicken condensed soup is very high in syns, taking up your whole 15 daily syn allowance on the plan. We would suggest only having this soup as treat on the plan when your syns allow or having half a can to keep your syn consumption lower.
This chicken condensed soup gets its high syn value from ingredients such as double cream which is very high in fat, having 9g of fat in half a can serving. To save syns, opt for lower fat soups like cuppa soups, (see our syn list here).
Syn Values Of Campbell's Soup
Campbell's has a wide range of soups with varying syn values depending on their ingredients, to help you compare, we've listed them below.
Campbells Condensed Cream of Mushroom Soup 295g - 8 syns for half.
Campbell's Condensed Soup Cream of Tomato 295g - 11.5 syns.
Campbell's Condensed Soup Cream of Celery 295g - 8 syns.
Batchelors Cup A Soup Creamy Potato & Leek 4S 107.4G - 5.5 syns.
Batchelors Cup A Soup Chicken 81G - 4.5 syns.
Batchelors Cup A Soup Minestrone 4 Pack 94G - 4.5 syns.
To conclude, Campbell's condensed chicken soup is very high in syns, having 15 syns for a whole can and 7.5 syns for half a can. This soup gets its high syn value from the fat content which is from ingredients such as double cream.
If you are looking for more syn-friendly soups, why not check out the Weight Watcher's soups which are healthier and lower in fat, with a syn guide to them here.
Jennifer is a certified nutritionist and weight loss coach with a Master's in Nutrition from Cambridge. With over 10 years experience, she shares healthy recipes and science-backed slimming tips on SheCooksSheEats to help people reach their wellness goals. Jennifer stays up-to-date by regularly attending conferences and continuing her nutrition education. She aims to provide research-backed advice to inspire balanced, happy living.