What Is The Syn Value Of Nescafe Skinny Latte Sachets?
Pre-package latte and coffee sachets can be convenient and cheaper than buying coffee out all the time, but these sachets often pack a fair amount of calories and syns in due to their milk powder and sugars inside from flavourings.
Nescafe skinny latte sachets are a low syn option in comparison to their standard sachets and have 2.5 syns in making it a nice treat to have in the morning or when the afternoon fatigue hits.
Below is our guide we have discussed why these coffee sachets often have a high amount of syns plus some low syn alternatives to keep you on track while getting that coffee fix!
Why Does Coffee Sachets Have A Lot Of Syns?
Coffee sachets like Nescafe can often pack a lot of syns because they contain sugar and milk inside of them especially when you get flavoured sachets. Nescafe skinny latte sachets however are an exception as they have less sugar fat making them an excellent low syn drink out of your 15 syn a day allowance, you would have to have over 6 of them to exceed your daily allowance!
Is Coffee Syn Free On SW?
Black coffee itself is syn free on the slimming world plan allowing you to have as much as you want without tracking, you should however be careful when adding milk and sugar, milk can be used as your Healthy extra A but sugar needs to be counted as syns unless you use sweetener.
Nescafe Coffee Sachets Syn Values
Nescafe coffee sachet syns vary according to the flavour that you buy so we have listed the rest below to help you choose.
M&S Fairtrade Instant Latte Sachets - 4 syns a sachet.
ASDA Cafe Instant Latte Sachets - 3 syns a sachet.
Overall, Nescafe skinny latte sachets are fairly low in syns and can be enjoyed now and then on the SW plan as long as your syns allow. We would suggest choosing plain flavoured sachets rather than special ones if you are looking to save even more syns and add your sweetener.
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