Let's face it, after a long day at work, bag meals such as Maggi's bags can make a quick and easy healthy meal to put on the table when your tired, but since these bags have lots of added ingredients you need to ensure your factoring in their syn on the slimming world plan.
Maggi so juicy bags have anything between 17-25 syns according to the recipe of the bag that you choose, making them quite high in syns, we would suggest only having them occasionally on the slimming world plan.
We've discussed in further detail below why these bags are so high in syns, some syn values of their whole recipe range and low syn alternative cook in the bag meals for a quick and easy meal.
At 17-25 syns for a serving, Maggis so juicy bag meals can be very high in syns if your not careful taking you two syns over your 15 syn daily allowance for one serving.
These cook in the bag meals get their high syn value mainly from the added ingredients such as oil which makes them higher in fat and calories.
Maggi's recipe mix in the form of spice sachets are usually a little lower in syns since they do not contain as much oil for the cooking process.
Maggi have a huge range of bag meals and recipe mixes for easy meal ideas, to help you compare the syns in them we've listed their range below along with their syn values.
If you find Maggi's so juicy bag meals to be too high in syns but want to stock up on some similar alternatives for easy meals, we've got a list of alternatives for you to check out below.
To conclude, Maggi's So Juicy cook in the bag meals are quite high in syns, having around 17-25 syns a serving for 1/4, they get their high syn values due to added ingredients and oil which is need for cooking but adds extra fat to the meal.
In order to reduce syn consumption we would suggest using their spice recipe mixes instead which are often more syn friendly or picking from our low syn alternatives which start as low as 3 syns.