Are Oatcakes Slimming World Friendly? - Our SW Syn Guide
If you're looking to stock up on some slimming world-friendly snacks, you might be wondering how syn-friendly oat cakes are and if you can have them in the slimming world?
Oatcakes vary in syns according to the ingredients and where you buy them from, on average, you can expect one oat cake to have 2 syns per one, making them a great low-syn snack to have on the slimming world plan.
Down below in our syn guide, we will take you through how many oatcakes you can have on the slimming world, some syn values and other kinds of low syn bread and crackers for a slimming world-friendly treat.
How Many Oatcakes Can I Have On Slimming World?
At 2 syns per oatcake, you can have up to 7 oatcakes before using up all your daily 15 syn allowances on the plan, making them a great low syn snack to stock up on. Oatcakes are also high in fibre meaning they keep you fuller for longer in between meals.
To keep oatcakes low in syns, we suggest making sure that the toppings you choose are low in syns too, go for low syn or syn-free foods like lean protein, veggies, low fat cream cheese or any low-fat spreads.
Oatcake Syn Values
Oatcakes have a variety of syns depending on the brand and type that you choose, to help you stay on track with your syns, we've listed some popular brands along with their syn values down below.
Ryvita Crackers with Beetroot – 1.5 syns per cracker.
Snack a Jacks Jumbo Caramel Rice Cakes 159g - 2.5 syns per cake.
Sainsbury's Rye Sourdough Crackers - 1 syn per cracker.
Biona Organic Rice Cakes With Quinoa 100g - 1.5 syns per cake.
Overall, oatcakes typically have around 2 syns per cake, making them a great low syn snack choice, you can have up to 7 before using all of your 15 syn daily allowance. To keep syns low, top your oatcakes with low syn foods or pick some crackers from our low syn alternatives above which start as low as 0.5 syns per one.
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.