Is Gluten-Free Bread Slimming World Friendly? - How Many Syns Does It Have?
If you're gluten-free on the slimming world plan, trying to figure out which kinds of foods are syn-friendly can be overwhelming, but what about gluten free bread? Can you eat it on the plan?
Gluten free bread has on average 3-3.5 syns a slice, making it low in syns, but should be consumed within moderation, you can also have up to two slices as your healthy extra B on the plan to save syns.
In our guide below, we will discuss in more detail how much gluten free bread you can eat on slimming world, syn values of gluten-free bread and a recipe for making your gluten free soda bread at home.
How Much Gluten-Free Bread Can I Eat On Slimming World?
At 3 syns a slice you could have up to five slices of gluten-free bread before using up all your daily syn allowance, making it low in syns. To save syns we suggest using your gluten-free bread as your healthy extra B where you can have two slices without spending any syns.
Syn Values Of Gluten Free Bread
Gluten free bread has varying syns according to how it is made and the size, to help you stay on track, we've listed some syn values down below.
If you're feeling creative, why not try making your own syn-free gluten-free bread at home? This recipe below only has one healthy extra B per serving too.
Large pinch of baking powder.
120g of oats.
100g of fat-free plain yogurt.
Pinch of baking soda.
Pinch of salt.
Blend all your oats in a food processor reserving one teaspoon then pour into a bowl with your baking powder, baking soda and a pinch of salt.
Fold in the eggs and yoghurt, leave for around 15 minutes then heat your oven to gas mark three.
Line a 7-inch tray, add in the bread mix then top with your remainder of oats.
Place the bread in an oven and bake for around an hour, enjoy as your healthy extra B!
Overall, gluten free bread has between 3-3.5 syns a slice, allowing you to have up to five slices before using up all your daily syn allowance. To save syns, we recommend using two slices of gluten free bread as your healthy extra B or making your own with our gluten free recipe above!
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