If you're going out for breakfast or fancy yourself some eggs in the morning, you might be curious as to how many syns egg benedict has on the slimming world plan.
Eggs benedict typically has around 23 syns a serving when eaten at a cafe, making it a very high syn breakfast to have on the slimming world plan.
We've composed a short syn guide below discussing why eggs benedict is so high in syns, some syn values of different egg benedict and low syn alternative egg-based meals for breakfast.
At 23 syns for a portion, eggs benedict is a very high syn breakfast choice, this eggs-based meal gets its high syn value from the English muffin and hollandaise sauce, hollandaise sauce is very high in fat and sodium having around 4 syns for just one tablespoon!
Eggs benedict takes you well over your 15 syn daily allowance, we, therefore, suggest only having this breakfast as the occasional meal on the plan or having a smaller portion to save syns.
Eggs benedict has a similar syn value no matter where you eat it from, so as you can compare syns between cafes, we've listed a few different options down below along with their syns.
If you're planning to eat out for breakfast, you'll likely be faced with many different egg-based meal options which have varying syns.
So as you can stay on track with syns, we've listed some other egg-based meal alternatives down below along with their syn values.
If you are a lover of eggs benedict but not a lover of the syns, we've got a great recipe for you to check out below which has just 3 syns a serving.
To conclude, eggs benedict is a very high syn breakfast choice due to the ingredients such as the English muffin and hollandaise sauce which is high in fat and sodium, having on average 23 syns a serving which is well over your syn allowance on the plan.
In order to save syns, we recommend opting for a plain eggs meal such as boiled eggs or poached eggs on toast without extras such as hollandaise sauce.