How Many Syns In a Morrisons Fruit Scone? Find Out Here!

Updated on 
8 March, 2022

Do Morrison's Fruit Scones Have A Lot Of Syns?

Everyone loves a scone in the afternoon with a cup of tea, but since these scones are not free food in the slimming world, you need to know their syn values before eating them for you to still get the best results on your weight loss journey.

Morrison's fruit scones have around 12 syns in per scone, making them a very high syn treat to have which should only be eaten within moderation as a treat.

We've put together a short guide below which will take you through why Morrison's fruit scones are so high in syns, some of the other syn values of their scones and some low syn alternatives from other brands. We've also included a slimming world scone recipe below if you want to save more syns.

Why Are Morrison's Fruit Scones High In Syns?

Morrison's fruit scones are high in syns due to their high-fat content from the butter and flour, the fruit inside also contributes to a lot of sugar which increases their calorie content, and therefore their syns too.

At nearly 12-13 syns per scone, you need to be careful about how many scones you are eating daily as they consume most of your daily syn allowance.

Other Morrison's Scone Syn Values

Morrison's scone values differ according to the type that you buy, we've listed their other syn values down below to help you choose the best syn valued scone for you.

  • Morrisons The Best All Butter Sultana Scone - 12 syns a scone.
  • Morrisons Plain Scones - 11.5 syns per scone.
  • Morrisons Sultana Scones - 10 syns per scone.
  • Morrisons Savers Sultana Scones - 7 syns per scone.
  • Morrisons The Best All Butter Scones - 12.5 syns per scone.

Low Syn Scone Alternatives

  • Sainsbury's Cornish Clotted Cream Scones, Taste the Difference x4 - 13 syns a scone.
  • Sainsbury's Sultana Scones, Taste the Difference x4 - 12 syns a scone.
  • Tesco 6 Sultana Scones - 11 syns per scone.
  • Sainsbury's Farmhouse Cheese Scones, Taste Difference x4 - 12 syns a scone.
  • Sainsbury's Sultana Scones x6 - 10.5 syns a scone.
  • Sainsbury's All Butter Scones x6 - 10.5 syns a scone.
  • Sainsbury's Plain Scones x4 - 13 syns a scone.
  • Sainsbury's Glacé Cherry Scones x4 - 14 syns a scone.
  • Sainsbury's Juicy Sultana Scones x4 - 14 syns a scone.
  • Tesco Finest 4 All Butter & Sultana Scones - 12.5 syns.
  • M&S 4 Cheese Scones - 12 syns per scone.
  • M&S All Butter Sultana Scones - 12.5 syns per scone.
  • Tesco 6 All Butter Scones - 11 syns per scone.
  • Tesco Free From 2 Sultana Scones - 11 syns per scone.

Slimming World Scone Recipe

One way to save more syns and still eat your scone is by making your own, we've listed an SW friendly recipe below which will cost you around 4 syns for the scone or 5.5 syns in total if you have it with your homemade clotted cream too.


  • 100g of self-raising flour.
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • Pinch of granulated sweetener.
  • Drop of vanilla essence.
  • 5 spoons of fat-free fromage frais.
  • 25g of light soft cheese.
  • 20g Fat Free Fromage Frais.
  • Two spoons of sweetener.


  • First of all start by mixing all your dry ingredients and add in your vanilla essence plus some fromage frais to make a dough.
  • Roll into 4 or 5 balls of a scone type shape on a lined baking tray.
  • Score them and bake for 20 minutes at gas mark 6 until they are golden.
  • Bake at Gas Mark 7 for around 15 minutes, or until golden & hollow sounding when tapped
  • Combine your ingredients for the clotted cream and top with sugar-free jam!

Final Words

To conclude, Morrison's fruit scones are very high in syns at 12 syns per one, costing you nearly your whole daily syn allowance. We would suggest choosing plain scone flavours or having half of one to help you save even more syns, or, if you feel like getting creative, try making your own slimming world friendly scones at home!

Jennifer is a certified nutritionist and weight loss coach with a Master's in Nutrition from Cambridge. With over 10 years experience, she shares healthy recipes and science-backed slimming tips on SheCooksSheEats to help people reach their wellness goals. Jennifer stays up-to-date by regularly attending conferences and continuing her nutrition education. She aims to provide research-backed advice to inspire balanced, happy living.
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