If your go-to condiment is some mustard, you might be wondering how many syns Dijon mustard has on the SW plan, is it syn-friendly?
Dijon mustard has 0.5 syns for a teaspoon and 1 syn for a tablespoon making it low in syns, you could have up to 15 tablespoons of this condiment before using all of your 15 syn daily allowance.
Down below, we have discussed in our syn guide why Dijon mustard is so low in syns, some syn values of the mustard and how it compares to other kinds of mustard to help you compare syns.
At 1 syn for a tablespoon, dijon mustard is very low in syns, you can have up to 15 tablespoons before using all of your 15 syn daily allowance.
This condiment is low in syns since it consists mainly of spices and is very low in fat, making it an excellent choice of sauce to use for spicing up dishes or as a side and salad dressing.
Dijon mustard has a similar syn value no matter where you buy it from, we've listed a few general syn values from different brands below to help you compare.
If you find Dijon mustard to be too high in syns, there are plenty of low-syn alternatives to check out for spicing up dishes.
Overall, Dijon mustard is low in syns, having just 0.5 syns for a teaspoon and only 1 syn a tablespoon, allowing you to have up to 15 tablespoons before using all of your daily syn allowance.
This is because mustard is low in fat and mainly consists of spices, to stay on track with syns we suggest measuring out your portion of mustard and choosing plain mustard options only rather than type mixed with honey.