If you are the kind of person who loves a bowl of cereal for breakfast, finding an SW friendly version isn't easy, but what about options like Jordan's country crisp, are they high in syns?
Jordan's Country Crisp cereal has 6.5 syns for a 30g serving, making it quite high in syns, we would therefore suggest having this cereal in moderation to avoid spending too many syns on the plan.
In our syn guide below, we will discuss why Jordan's country crisp cereal is so high in syns, some syn values of their cereal and low syn alternatives for a more SW-friendly breakfast.
At 6.5 syns for a 30g portion, Jordan's Country Crisp cereal is very high in syns, consuming nearly half of your daily syn allowance, this means you could have up to two portions in a day before using all of your 15 daily syns.
This cereal gets its high syn value from the sugar and fat, for example, Jordan's country crisp and strawberry cereal have up to 9g of sugar and 6g of fat in just one 45g portion.
We recommend weighing out your portion of this cereal in order to stay on track with your syns.
Jordan's has a wide range of cereals on offer for an easy breakfast, to help you compare syns, we've listed them down below.
If you find Jordan's country crisp cereal to be too high in syns, there are plenty of other low-syn cereal alternatives for a quick snack or easy breakfast, we've listed a few other options below to get you started.
Overall, Jordans country crisp cereal is high in syns, having 6.5 syns on average for just a 30g portion, this cereal gets its high syn values from the sugar and fat inside of the cereal.
To keep on track with your syns, we recommend weighing out this cereal when possible or choosing from our low-syn alternatives which start as low as 5.5 syns, you can also use this milk with your cereal as your healthy extra A.