How Many Syns In Homemade Yorkshire Puddings? Find Out Here!

Updated on 
6 January, 2022

Can I Make Syn Free Yorkshire Puddings?

If you are cooking a roast and want to save some syns, you might be wondering if it's possible to make your own Yorkshire puddings at home which are low in syns.

Homemade Yorkshire puddings depending on the recipe can be 1 syn each or syn free, supermarket Yorkshires have up to 3 syns per one.

In our guide below we have discussed how to make low syn homemade Yorkshire puddings at home as well as the syns of regular supermarket Yorkshire puddings.

Where Do The Syns Come From In Yorkshire Puddings?

The syns in Yorkshire puddings typically come from the flour, butter and milk, in homemade versions however you can leave the butter out and use milk as your Healthy extra A on the slimming world plan to help save some syns.

These puddings do tend to be high in fat and carbs but are fine when eaten in moderation, even the supermarket types are only around 3 syns each, meaning you could have up to two before exceeding half of your syn allowance for the day.

Our SW Friendly Yorkshire Pudding Recipes

To help you with making your low syn Yorkshire puddings we've put together three recipes down below, one being SYN FREE to enjoy your puddings without any guilt!

Syn Free Yorkshire Puddings


  • Spray low cal oil.
  • Healthy extra B 40g of oats.
  • 50ml of semi-skimmed milk as healthy extra A.
  • 2 eggs.
  • Salt and pepper.


  1. First, preheat your oven to gas mark 7 then spray a muffin tin.
  2. Blend your oats to make oat flour and add in all the other ingredients.
  3. Bake in the oven for 15 minutes until golden and risen.

Mini Slimming World Yorkshire Puddings


  • 30g of flour.
  • 70ml of skimmed milk.
  • Two eggs.
  • Salt.
  • Low cal cooking spray.


  1. Heat your oven to gas mark 6 then add your mini muffin tray to heat inside, spray with some low cal cooking spray until heated.
  2. Mix your flour, eggs and milk along with the salt then divide between the holes in the tin and cook for ten minutes!

One Syn Yorkshire Puddings


  • 2 eggs.
  • 100ml of water or milk for extra A.
  • 60g of flour.
  • Salt and pepper.
  • Spray low cal oil.


  1. Put your egg yolks into a jug and then your flour, add in your milk, some salt and mix, allow to sit for around half an hour.
  2. Preheat your oven to gas mark 6 with your greased muffin tin inside.
  3. Bake your Yorkshires for around 20-30 minutes until golden and risen.

Syn Values Of Supermarket Yorkshire Puddings

If your want some quick ready-made Yorkshires, you might be interested in seeing the syn difference between homemade and shop-brought, we've listed a few popular brands below to help you out.

  • M&S Beef dripping Yorkshires - 6 syns.
  • Sainsbury's Yorkshire puddings - 3 syns per pud.
  • Sainsbury's Yorkshire puddings free from - 2 syns.
  • ASDA 6 Yorkshire puddings - 4 syns.
  • Tesco 2 Giant Yorkshire puddings - 13 syns per pudding.
  • Tesco 12 Yorkshire puddings - 2 syns per pud.
  • Aunt Bessie's Yorkshire Puddings Carvery Style - 7 syns each.
  • Aunt Bessie's Yorkshire Puddings Large - 3.5 syns each.
  • Aunt Bessie's Yorkshire Puddings Home Bake - 4 syns each.
  • Aunt Bessie's Yorkshire Puddings Homestyle - 4.5 syns each.

Last Words

Overall, homemade Yorkshire puddings can have between no syns to three syns depending on the ingredients you use, to make them lower in syns or SYN FREE it's best to make use of the ingredients in them by using them as your Healthy Extra A or B.

We also suggest avoiding Yorkshires with beef drippings or butter as these can add extra fat and calories, therefore more syns, try cooking your Yorkshires with spray oil rather than traditional oil too.

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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