If you're the kind of person who has to have butter on their toast or in their sandwiches, you might be wondering if you can still have your favourite spread in the slimming world.
Clover butter has 3 syns for a 10g serving, making it quite high in syns for a spread, we would suggest having this butter in moderation to avoid spending too many syns on the plan.
To find out more about the syns in clover butter, we've composed a syn guide below, taking you through how much clover you can have on the SW plan, syn values of clover butter and some low syn alternative butter from other brands.
At 3 syns for 10g, you could have up to 50g of clover butter before using up all your 15 syns on the SW plan, making it quite a high syn spread.
Clover butter gets most of its syns from the fat in the spread, this is because of the vegetable oil and buttermilk inside of the butter, for example, a 10g spread of this butter has 6.5g of fat. That being said, to save syns you can switch to clover light butter which only has 1 syn for a 5g serving thanks to its reduced fat.
Clover has a variety of spreads on offer, to help you stay on track with your syns we've listed them down below.
If you find clover butter to be too high in syns, there are plenty of other low-syn spread alternatives to put on your toast, we've listed some to stock up on down below!
To conclude, clover butter is high in syns, having 3 syns for a 10g serving, we would therefore suggest having this spread in moderation or switching to their lighter version which has fewer syns due to the reduced fat. You can also find light spreads from alternative brands starting as low as 1 syn per serving.