How Many Syns In Pease Pudding? Find Out Here!

Updated on 
4 April, 2022

Does Pease Pudding Have a Lot Of Syns?

Pease pudding is a popular dish to have with ham and is easy to make, but how many syns does the pudding have?

Pease pudding has 6.5 syns in for 1/3 of a can serving making it high in syns, we would avoid eating this food in excess to stay within your syn allowance.

In our guide below we will take you through why pease pudding is so high in syns as well as how to make your own slimming world pease pudding to save you some extra syns.

Why Is Pease Pudding So High In Syns?

At 6.5 syns a serving, pease pudding is very high in syns, consuming nearly half of your daily syn allowance. The syns in this food mainly come from the split peas themselves, other than that the dish only contains some spices and water.

How To Make Slimming World Pease Pudding

One way to save syns if you are a fan of pease pudding is by making the food yourself, we've listed our SW friendly recipe below which has 0.5 syns per serving.


  • One onion.
  • 500g of split yellow peas.
  • 1.1 litre of ham stock or chicken stock.
  • 330ml bottle of ale.
  • Pinch of salt and pepper.


  1. Start by reducing your ale down in a pan till it reduces, add your ale and all the other ingredients into an instant pot and allow it to cook for 20 minutes.
  2. Allow the food to cool then pop it in the fridge so it can thicken up.
  3. You can also freeze this food for quick and easy meals, the whole dish makes around 10 servings.

Last Words

To conclude, pease pudding is fairly high in syns due to the peas themselves and butter which can often be involved in the cooking process. To save syns we would suggest making your own quick and easy pease pudding in an instant pot which only has 0.5 syns a serving.

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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