Maggi sauces are very popular in the UK, making easy tasty meals for meat dishes, but since these sauces are not syn free, you need to ensure you are tracking them on the slimming world plan.
Maggi So Juicy BBQ has 8.5 syns in for 47g making it very high in syns, we would only suggest using your sauce in moderation.
In our guide below, we will discuss what makes Maggi So Juicy BBQ so high in syns, the syn values of the other spices in the Maggi spice mix range and some low syn alternatives from other brands, we've also included an SW BBQ chicken recipe below to save you some syns.
For just one packet, Maggi So Juicy BBQ mix sets you back 8.5 syns, the high syn value of this mix comes from the oil and sugar inside of the BBQ mix if you make the meal as prepared by Maggi without excluding the syn free parts such as the chicken it could set you back thirty syns!
One way to reduce the syns from this spice mix is by using half or a quarter of the packet in your meals, most of these spice mixes are strong without you being required to use the whole pack.
Maggi has a huge range of spice mixes with varying syns, so to help you out, we've listed the rest of them down below.
If you find Maggi so juicy BBQ too high in syns, there are plenty of other lower syn alternatives to try if you want to add some flavour to your SW meals.
Since Maggi's juicy BBQ spice mix is typically prepared with chicken, we've put together a recipe down below which is a more slimming world friendly, serving 4 people and being SYN FREE!
Overall, Maggi's juicy BBQ spice mix is high in syns and should only be used in moderation, this is due to the sugar and oil inside of the mix. We recommend making your BBQ spice mix at home to reduce syns or by following our SW BBQ chicken recipe above.