If your planning to make some homemade hot dogs, or maybe your having a BBQ this weekend, you might be wondering about the syns in hot dog rolls, is this bread high in syns?
Hot dog rolls have on average 7.5-8.5 syns per roll, making them very high in syns and consuming over half of your daily syn allowance, we would therefore suggest sticking to one roll and eating them in moderation.
In our syn guide, we will discuss how many hot dog rolls you can have on the slimming world, some syn values as well as a slimming world recipe for making your own hot dog recipe at home!
At 7.5-8.5 syns per hot dog roll, you can have up to two hot dog rolls on the slimming world plan before using up all your daily syn allowance, making them very high in syns. These rolls get their high syn values (not quite as high as tiger rolls but still) from their large size.
To save syns we recommend choosing mini rolls or having half a roll on the plan if large, you should also consider the toppings for your hot dog like mustard and ketchup which add a lot of extra syns.
One way to save syns is by choosing a wholemeal hot dog roll which weighs around 60g, this way you can use it as your healthy extra B on the plan thanks to its high fibre. If you can't find wholemeal hot dog rolls then you can always choose wholemeal rolls instead and simply cut them in half.
Hot dog rolls have varying syns according to their size and ingredients, to help you stay on track with your syns we've listed a few popular values down below.
Hot dog rolls are high in syns, but the toppings can also add a high amount of syns if your not careful, such as mustard and ketchup, caramelised onions and more.
To save syns we making hot dogs, we've got a great SW recipe for you to try down below which is syn free when using the rolls as your healthy extra B.
Overall, hot dog rolls are high in syns, having between 7.5 - 8.5 syns for one roll, meaning you can have up to two on the plan before using up all of your daily syn allowance. To save syns we suggest having mini rolls or switching to wholemeal rolls which you can use as your healthy extra B fibre allowance on the plan.