How Many Syns In A Goodfellas Pizza? Can I Have Them On Slimming World?
Sometimes we just don't have the time to cook, and chucking a pizza in the oven can sound like a tempting choice, but how many syns do food such as Goodfellas pizzas have on the slimming world? Are they too high in syns?
Goodfellas pizza has on average between 12-14 syns for 100g, making it very high in syns, we therefore only suggest having this pizza as the occasional treat.
In our syn guide below we will take you through why Goodfellas pizza is so high in syns, some syn values of their pizzas and some low syn alternatives for a pizza night dinner!
Why Is Goodfellas Pizza So High In Syns?
At 12-14 syns for 100g, Goodfellas pizza is very high in syns, taking up the majority of your 15 syn daily allowance on the plan.
This supermarket pizza gets its high syn value from the fat content, having an especially high saturated fat content of up to 17g in just half a pizza, this is down to ingredients such as cheese.
Syn Values Of Goodfellas Pizza
Goodfellas have a wide range of pizzas with varying syn values, so as you can stay on track with your syns, we've listed them down below.
Tesco Stonebaked Thin Four Cheese Pizza 330g - 12.5 syns.
Pizzas Express Classic American Pepperoni Pizza 250g - 13.5 syns.
To conclude, Goodfellas pizzas are very high in syns, having on average 12-15 syns, we therefore only suggest having these pizzas as a one-off treat when you have enough space in your syn allowance. If you want to avoid spending so many syns on these pizzas, we suggest making your own or choosing supermarket brands which tend to be slightly lower in syns, we have our ultimate pizza syn guide here.
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.