If you are a snacker, then the best advantage to the slimming world is that you can snack on any crisps you want, as long as your tracking their syns.
Walkers salt & vinegar crisps in particular have 6.5 syns in for a 25g packet, making them quite high in syns.
To help you with choosing low syn crisps, we've put together a guide below which will take you through why Walker's salt and vinegar crisps are high in syns, syn values from the rest of the Walker range plus some low syn alternatives from other brands.
You might be shocked to learn that such a small bag of crisps could be so high in syns, this is because these crisps are deep-fried, so most of the calories and syns come from the high oil and fat content inside of them.
These potato fried crisps also have a surprising amount of sodium, so if your watching your salt intake we would suggest giving them a miss or going for a bag with less salt.
You could have up to two bags of Walkers salt and vinegar crisps before nearly reaching your syn allowance for the day, so make sure you're snacking on them in moderation.
Walkers have a huge range of crisps, some with less fat and sodium, as well as a baked range, so if you are watching your syns it might be worth having a look at the rest of their syn values, we've listed there small bag syns down below.
If you find Walkers salt and vinegar crisps too high in syns or you want to change it up, there are plenty of other low syn salt and vinegar crisps to pick from below.
As long as you are keeping track of your syns, you can happily enjoy your bag of Walkers salt and vinegar crisps without gaining any weight. However, we do suggest if your looking to save even more syns switching to baked crisps and or fewer sodium crisps as these types often have less fat.
We also suggest checking out our low syn alternatives above if you want to save some more syns, always check the serving size before digging into sharing bags, however.