How Many Syns In Haribo? Find Out Here!

Updated on 
2 June, 2023

Our Ultimate Unofficial Syn Guide To Haribos - Are Are they High In Syns?

Haribos are a favourite sweet choice for many of us, but since they are high in sugar, we need to have them in moderation to lose weight on the slimming world plan.

Our Ultimate Unofficial Syn Guide To Haribos - Are Are they High In Syns?

Haribos come in different styles and flavours, which means they also have variable syns.

So if you're a Haribo lover, you are in the right place. Below is our ultimate syn guide to all kinds of Haribos to compare syns and keep on track with your weight loss.

How Many Haribos Can I Eat On Slimming World?

The average Haribo has around four syns for a 25g serving, no matter the kind you choose; this makes them reasonably low in syns.

You could have up to around 100g before using all your 15 daily syns, but this would be a lot of sugar, plus the syns change according to the type of Haribo you choose.

Since Haribos are high in sugar, they can be easy to overindulge in, so we recommend measuring out your portions to be more accurate with the syns.

How Many Syns Does Mini Haribos (16g) Have?

A mini 16g packet of Haribo has 2.5 syns; these might be the better choice if you are craving these sweets but want to avoid overeating them since they have a smaller portion size.

How Many Syns Does Mini Haribos (16g) Have?

You could have around six packets before using your 15 syn daily allowance.

Our Ultimate Haribo Syn List

Below, we've listed some popular kinds of Haribo and their syns so you can see which Haribo type is best for your weight loss.

Haribo Tangfastics

Tangy and sweet, everyone loves Haribo Tangfastics.

You will be spending, on average, 4.5 syns for a 25g portion of these sweets, meaning you could have around 75g before using all your syns.

  • HARIBO Tangfastics 140g - 4.5 syns.
  •  HARIBO Tangfastics Bag 16g - 2.5 syns.
  •  HARIBO Tangfastics Summer Frenzy Bag 180g - 9 syns for 50g.
  •  HARIBO Tangfastics Stixx 25g 30p PM - 4.5 syns.

Haribo Giant Strawbs

Haribo Giant strawbs have one syn per sweet, meaning you can have up to 15 before using up all your 15 syn daily allowance.

  • HARIBO Giant Strawbs Gone Mini Bag 16g - 2.5 syns.
  •  HARIBO Giant Strawbs 100g - 4 syns for 25g.
  •  HARIBO Giant Strawbs 60g - 10 syns.
Haribo Giant Strawbs

Haribo Minis

Mini Haribos have, on average, 2.5 syns for a 16g bag, no matter the type you choose; this makes them a great sweet syn-friendly snack, allowing you to have six packs before using all of your 15 syn daily allowances.

  • HARIBO Supermix Minis Treat Size 16g - 2.5 syns.
  •  HARIBO Super Mini Mix Multipack Bag 336g - 2.5 syns.
  •  HARIBO Giant Strawbs Gone Mini Bag 16g - 2.5 syns.
  •  Haribo Dragibus Mini Sweets 40g - 3.5 syns.

Haribo Starmix

Starmix is one of the most popular Haribo sweets from their range. You can expect a 25g serving to use around 4.5 syns in total, meaning you can have 75g before nearing your syn allowance limit.

  • HARIBO Starmix Bag 175g - 4.5 syns.
  •  HARIBO Starmix Bag 16g - 2.5 syns.

Haribo Maoams

Maoams have, on average, 1.5 syns per stripe, but they also come in various other sweet styles with different syn values.

  • MAOAM Joystixx Bag 170g - 5 syns a serving.
  •  MAOAM Pinballs Bag 140g - 5 syns.
  •  MAOAM Bloxx 4 x 22g (88g) - 4.5 syns.
  •  MAOAM Giant Stripes Chew 15g - 3 syns.
  •  MAOAM Crazy Roxx Bag 150g - 5 syns.

Haribo Jelly Babies

You can't go wrong with a jelly baby, and they are pretty syn-friendly, too, averaging at one syn per jelly baby. They can differ in syns according to flavour.

  • HARIBO Jelly Bunnies 160g - 1.5 syns.
  •  HARIBO Little Jelly Babies Bag 60g 50p PM - 1.5 syns.
  •  HARIBO Jelly Babies Double Trouble Bag 175g - 1.5 syn.

Final Words

Overall, Haribos are a great low-syn sweet to have on the plan as a sweet treat as long as your having them in moderation.

Haribo Jelly Babies

To keep on track, choose mini bags to limit your portion size.

We have an excellent sweet syn guide here if you are interested in the syns of other kinds of famous sweets.

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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