If you're looking to save some time when cooking up a stir-fry or any Chinese dish, you might have come across Naked noodles as a lower-calorie option, but are they syn-friendly in the slimming world?
Naked noodles have different syns according to the flavour that you choose, one is in fact syn free on the slimming world, while others have around 1.5 syn a serving.
In our guide below, we've discussed why Naked noodles are so low in syns, syn values, low syn alternative and a recipe for making your own SW noodles at home.
At just 1.5 syns for a Vietnamese beef noodle pot and syn free options, you might be wondering why Naked noodles are so slimming world friendly?
Slimming world has kept Naked noodles low in syns since they don't contain any fattening ingredients, they are also very low in fat in comparison to other instant noodles types. It should be noted that some of their noodle pots can go up to 2.5 syns depending on the flavour chosen, allowing you to have up to 6 pots before using all your daily syn allowance.
We would suggest having Naked noodle pots in moderation since despite being low in syns they can be very high in sugar, with some pots having up to 10g of sugar a serving.
Naked noodles have varying syn values according to the flavour that you choose, to help you stay on track we've listed their syn values down below.
If you are bored of Naked noodles or are your looking for some other low syn alternatives, we've got some other easy noodle meals for you to check out down below.
One way to save even more syns if you are in the mood for noodles is by making your own slimming world noodles at home! Our recipe below is quick and easy to make, serves four and is best of all, syn free!
To conclude, Naked noodles are very low in syns, with none of their flavours having over 2.5 syns for the pot. We would recommend having these noodles in moderation however since they can be high in sugar. To save even more syns, you can always make your own noodles at home which are syn free.