One of the best advantages to dieting in the slimming world is that you can eat food you want, even your favourite chocolate bar, but they do have to be factored into your 15 syn daily allowances.
Frys Turkish delight bars have 9 syns per one bar, making them very high in syns. This means it's best to eat them as an occasional treat in moderation.
We've put together a guide below which will explain why Frys Turkish Delight bars are so high in syns, the other syn values of Fry's chocolate bars as well as some low syn Turkish Delight chocolate bar alternatives. We've also thrown in an SW low syn recipe for your Turkish delight!
Why Are Frys Turkish Delight Bars High In Syns?
You might be shocked to learn that Frys Turkish Delight bars have 9 syns per one, this is because they are very high in sugar, having 33g per bar.
They are also covered in milk chocolate which is high in fat due to the milk inside. Only two Frys Turkish Delight bars would cost you 18 syns which is over your daily syn allowance, therefore we would suggest trying out lower syn alternative chocolate bars.
Frys Chocolate Bar Syns
Frys have a few other chocolate bars if you find their Turkish Delight version to be too high in sugar and syns, we've listed the rest of their values down below.
This Turkish Delight recipe is a great alternative to the high syn sweet and chocolate bars, it only has 3.5 syns for all of them!
One sachet of no sugar raspberry jelly.
Two sachets of gelatin.
One packet of Cadburys highlights.
To start make up your jelly and gelatin then add in your rose water and whisk together.
Put the mixture in the ice cube tray then freeze for 15 minutes and make up your chocolate sachets with gelatin.
Pour this on top of your ice cubes then freeze again for about an hour, store in the fridge and eat!
Should I Eat Frys Turkish Delight Bars On Slimming World?
Overall, Frys Turkish Delight bars are very high in syns and should only be eaten now and then as an occasional treat, to save syns we suggest making your Turkish delight or choosing a lower syn alternative from our list above when you are craving something sweet!
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.