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How Many Syns In A 37g Bag Of Maltesers? Find Out Here!
Published: 4 December, 2021 
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December 8, 2021 by Stephanie
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Do Maltesers Have a Lot Of Syns?

Maltesers are a popular chocolate snack to have in the UK, but to lose weight successfully on the slimming world plan you have to ensure you are tracking their syns.

A 37g bag of Maltesers will cost you around 9.5 syns a pack making them very high in syns, this doesn't mean you cannot eat them on slimming world but you must track their syns within your allowance. 

To help you stay on track with your sweet treats we've composed a guide down below which will take you through the different syns of Maltesers, other mars chocolate syns and some low syn chocolate alternatives.

Can I Eat Maltesers On The Slimming World Plan?

Maltesers can be eaten on the slimming world plan within moderation if they fit in your slimming world allowance, a 37g packet will cost you nearly 10 syns which is most of your daily 15 syn a day allowance,

Since these chocolate a high in sugar we would suggest only having them occasionally as a sweet treat.

Malteser Chocolate Syns

We've listed some other syns of Malteser chocolate down below to keep you on track.

  • Malteser - 5 syns for 19.5g.
  • Maltesers White Truffles - 2.5 syns per truffle.
  • Malteser Buttons - 8.5 syns for 32g.
  • Malteser Spread - 4 syns for a large tablespoon.
  • Malteser Chocolate Bunny - 8 syns per bunny.
  • Malteser Bunnies - 3 syns per one.
  • Malteser Reindeer - 8 syns per one.
  • Malteser White Chocolate Bunny – 3 syns per one.
  • Mint Buttons - 6.5 syns for 25g.
  • Maltesers Mini Reindeers - 3 syns per one.
  • Orange Buttons - 6.5 syns for 25g.
  • Malteser Orange Chocolate Bunny - 8 syns for one.
  • Malteser Teasers – 1.5 per teaser.
  • Malteser Teasers Bar (1 square) – 1.5 syns per square.
  • Malteser Chocolate Bar - 9.5 syns per one.

Mars Chocolate Syns

  • Mars Bar - 4.5 syns for a 21g bar.
  • Mars Bar - 7.5 syns for a 34g bar.
  • M&m Eggs - 6 syns for 25g.
  • Mars Protein - 9.5 syns for a 50g bar.
  • Mars Protein - 10 syns for a 57g bar.
  • Snickers Crisp - 5 syns for a 20g piece.
  • Mars Sticks - 5 syns per 21 g bar.
  • Milky Way Bar - 5 syns for a 21g bar.
  • Milky Rolls - 6.5 syns per bar.
  • Milky Way Stars - 3.5 syns per bag.
  • Milky Way Stars - 9 syns per bag.
  • Revels - 6 syns per 25g bag.
  • Revels - 8.5 syns per 35g bag.
  • Snickers - 9 syns for a 35g bar.
  • Snickers - 12 syns for a 48g bar.
  • Snickers - 12 syns for a white flavour.
  • Topic - 11.5 syns for a 50g bar.
  • Bounty - 7 syns for a 30g bar.
  • Bounty Protein - 11 syns for 20g.
  • Bounty Vegan - 7 syns for 25g.
  • M&m Chocolate - 11 syns for a 45g bar.
  • M&m Crispy Chocolate Bar - 1.5 syns for a square.
  • M&m Peanut Butter Eggs - 9.5 syns for 40g.
  • M&m Salted Caramel - 6 syns for 25g.

Low Syn Chocolate Alternatives To Maltesers

There are plenty of other chocolates to choose from if you after a treat lower in syns than Maltesers, we've listed them below to help you out.

  • Marks & Spencer Raspberry,Quinoa Crisp & Sunflower Seed Dark Chocolate Bar – 5 1/2 syns.
  • Marks & Spencer Milk Chocolate Mini Whips 120g bag – 6 1/2 syns. 
  • Marks & Spencer Gigantic Milk Chocolate Buttons (25g) – 7 syns. 
  • Nestle Milkybar Buttons (12g bag) – 3 1/2 syns. 
  • Nestle Toffee Crisp 120g bag (2 pieces) – 5 syns.
  • Nestle Pick Chocolate Selection (21g serving) – 5.5 syns. 
  • Nestle Aero Milk – 7 1/2 syns.
  • Aldi Dairyfine Legends Family Treat Bag, Roar Bar (17g treat size) – 4 1/2 syns. 
  • Aldi The Pantry Triple Chocolate Chunks (25g) – 6 1/2 syns. 
  • Aldi Moser-Roth White Chocolate Bars, Madagascan Vanilla 5 pack (25g bar) – 7 1/2 syns.

Last Words

Overall, a Maltesers 37g bag is fairly high in syns at 9.5 a packet, this doesn't mean they can't be enjoyed on the slimming world plan but you do have to ensure you have enough room in your syn allowance for them. We also suggest going for smaller bags to save on syns as big bags can be pretty high in syns.

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