If your looking for a quick and easy breakfast before work, you might be tempted to stock up on some porridge to go packets.
Quaker's porridge to go in particular have around 11 syns for 55g, making them very high in syns and using most of your daily syn allowance up.
We've discussed below what makes porridge go so high in syns, some syn values, as well as alternatives for when your own the go and need a quick brekky.
At 11 syns for 55g, you might be shocked as to why porridge to go is so high in syns, well, first of all, the serving size of these bars is 15g more than the average serving size for oats, which contributes to the extra calories.
Quakers porridge to go also has various flavourings which add sugar to the porridge bars, for example, their mixed berries bars have berries flavourings in, milk powder plus other ingredients, giving them a total sugar content of 11g and calorie content of 220 calories.
Quakers porridge to go syns differ according to the type of flavour that you buy, we've listed their whole range below to help keep you on track.
If you need something quick in the morning, but don't have time to make your porridge or waste your syns on porridge to go, we've got you covered with plenty of low syn alternatives below.
Overall, Quaker's Porridge to go bars is very high in syns, having around 11 syns on average per serving, to save syns we recommend making your oats at home as your healthy extra B or checking out some low syn alternatives above for a quick and easy breakfast.