Lotus Biscoff biscuits are well known in the UK served with coffees and lattes all over the country, but how many syns does do these coffee pairing biscuits have?
Lotus Biscoff biscuits have 2 syns per biscuit, making them quite high in syns for a small portion but are fine to eat in moderation with a coffee.
We've put together a short guide below which will discuss why these biscoff's are so high in syns, their values as well as some low syn alternatives to keep you on track.
At 2 syns a biscuit, lotus biscoff's are fairly high in syns when you take into account their small size, they are however fine to eat with moderation if you have enough room in your daily syn allowance, which should be around 15 syns.
These little biscuits become so high in syns due to their flour and sugar, having around three grams of sugar for just one biscuit, this comes from the candy cane syrup inside of them.
Lotus biscoff started with their original coffee side biscuits, but they're not just limited to biscuits now, with spreads, other varieties of biscuits and more.
We've listed the syn values of their range if you are a lover of biscoff below.
If you find Lotus Biscoff's a little too high in syns to have with your cuppa, don't worry, we've got you covered with some lower syn alternatives below.
Overall, Lotus Biscoff biscuits are high in syns for their small size but are fine to eat in moderation on the slimming world plan with a coffee, just ensure you have enough free syns in your allowance. To make a lower syn switch, biscuit thins are a great choice thanks to their small size with most being under a syn.