If you are in the mood for something sweet you might be tempted to grab a bag of peanut M&M's, but how many syns does this chocolate have on the SW plan?
Peanut M&M's have around 6.5 syns for a 25g serving, making them high in syns, so should only be consumed in moderation as a sweet treat on the plan when your syns allow.
Down below we've put together a guide that will cover why peanut M&M's are high in syns, some syn values of their whole range, and a few alternative low syn chocolate covered peanuts to keep you on track.
At just 6.5 syns for 25g, peanut M&M's are very high in syns, taking up nearly half of your daily syn allowance for a small serving.
The syns in these sweet treats of course comes from their chocolate covered coating but also due to their peanuts on the inside. Peanuts are naturally dense in calories despite their small size, so the two combined give them a high calorie/syn content.
This doesn't mean you can't enjoy peanut M&M's in moderation however, just be sure to weigh out your serving size, especially when eating from a larger bag.
Most peanut M&M's have a similar syn value, but it can vary according to their types of products, so to keep you on track we've listed all their syn values of the range below.
If you find M&m's chocolate covered peanuts to be too high in syns, we've got some low syn alternatives to keep you on track when your sweet tooth hits.
Overall, M&M's peanuts are very high in syns having 6.5 syns for just 25g, meaning they should be eaten mindfully on the plan to avoid going over your syns. We would always suggest measuring out your chocolates before eating to stay on track with the portion size.