How Many Syns In Fridge Raiders Snack Bites? & Low Syn Alternatives!

Updated on 
16 October, 2021

Do Fridge Raiders Have A Lot Of Syns On Slimming World?

Fridge raiders are great high protein snacks to have in the house or make an excellent addition to a quick lunch on the go, but how many syns do they cost you?

As fridge raiders come in a variety of different flavours their syns differ, but on average, their syns range between 3-6 syns depending on the flavour and size of the pack. For example, a standard pack of slow-roasted chicken fridge raider bites which weigh 60g are 6 syns for the whole pack. 

In our guide below we will cover how many syns all the different types of fridge raiders have as well as some other high protein alternatives to keep you going when you get a snack attack.

Can I Eat Fridge Raiders On Slimming World?

Since most fridge raider packs are fairly low in syns, they can be enjoyed as part of your daily syn allowance on the Slimming World plan within moderation. Although chicken is syn free, fridge raiders are not due to the flavourings and marination of the meat.

The larger packs are always higher in syns so you should be careful to weigh your portion out if you are snacking from these types, buying the packs with smaller multi-packs in is always better for portion control.

We will list the syn values of the different fridge raider types below.

  • Fridge Raiders Minis Roast Flavour 6 x 22.5g - 2 syns per pack.
  • Fridge Raiders Slow Roasted Chicken Snack Bites 90g - 9 syns per pack.
  • Fridge Raiders Roast Flavour 60g - 6 syns per pack.
  • Fridge Raiders Mini Packs Southern Style 6 x 22.5g - 2 syns per pack.
  • Fridge Raiders Original Veggie Bites 70g - 6.5 syns.
  • Fridge Raiders Southern Style Chicken Snack Bites 90g - 10 syns.
  • Fridge Raiders Mexican Heatwave Veggie Snack Bites 70g - 7 syns a pack.
  • Fridge Raiders Katsu Chicken Snack Bites, Limited Edition 90g - 9.5 syns per pack.

Low Syn Alternatives To Fridge Raiders

Fridge raiders are low in syns but there are also lots of other supermarket bites to choose from if you are looking for a low syn snack throughout the day.

We have listed some popular low syn bites below.

  • Quorn Vegetarian Cocktail Sausages 180g - 7 syns for 4 sausages,
  • Sainsbury's Pork Cocktail Sausages x20 200g - 1.5 syns per sausage.
  • Sainsbury's Egg Bites x12 216g - 2.5 syns per egg.
  • Peperami Pep'd Up Chicken Bites 50g - 5 syns per pack.
  • Squeaky Bean Smokey Bbq Chicken Style Bites 144G - 12 syns per 100g.
  • Sainsbury's Chicken Bites x20 200g - 1 syn per bite.
  • The Tofoo Co. Crispy Southern Fried Bites 225g - 13 syns per half pack.
  • Sainsbury's Chicken Kiev Bites x 12 216g - 2 syns per bite.
  • Great Food Spin & Pinenut Bites 300G - 11 syns.
  • Tesco 10 Chicken Satay Bites 120G - 1.5 syns per bite.
  • Tesco Battered Cod Fillet Bites 200G - 10 syns per half-packet.
  • Peperami Vegeram Smokin' Chick' Nless Bites 40G - 7 syns.
  • Quorn Sweet Chilli Bites 180G - 7 syns per three bites.
  • Quorn Southern Southern Fried Poppers 60G - 9 syns per pack.
  • Tesco Plant Chef Meat-Free Crispy Nuggets 180G - 10 syns per half pack.
  • Yo! Chicken Katsu Bites 90G - 8.5 syns per half pack.

Final Words

Overall, fridge raiders are an excellent high protein low syn snack that can be enjoyed as part of the Slimming World plan within moderation. Make sure you check the weight of the pack that you are buying and the flavours however as they all have varying syns.

We recommend checking if snacks or bites have been breaded or flavoured as this always adds extra syns to food due to the fat and oil content.

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.
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