If you are looking for a healthy snack to have throughout the day, or maybe top your porridge in the morning, you might be wondering about how many syns dried cranberries have.
Dried cranberries have around 5 syns for a 30g serving making them high in syns, we, therefore, suggest having these fruits in moderation as a snack when your syns allow.
In our syn guide below, we will discuss why dried cranberries are so high in syns, some syn values of them and alternative dried fruits for low syn snacking.
Many people assume dried fruit like dried cranberries is slimming friendly, however, dried fruits are often loaded with sugar, hence their high syn values.
At 5 syns a 30g serving for dried cranberries, you could have up to three servings before using all your 15 syn daily allowance on the plan.
This dried fruit is high in sugar, so we suggest having it in moderation, for example, a 30g serving of Tesco dried cranberries has 21g of sugar.
Dried cranberries have a similar syn value no matter the brand, but so as you can keep track of syns, we've listed some popular options below along with their values.
If you find cranberries to be too high in sugar or you are simply curious about the syns in other kinds of dried fruit, we've got some alternatives for you to check out below such as dried apricots or dates.
To conclude, dried cranberries are high in syns having 5 syns for a small 30g serving, they are also very high in sugar, so we suggest using these fruits in moderation. As an alternative, we recommend opting for fresh fruits which are syn-free on the plan, we have a syn guide to fruits such as bananas here.