How Many Syns In A Tin Of Heinz Ravioli? Find Out Here!

Updated on 
12 August, 2022

Is A Tin Of Heinz Ravioli Slimming World Friendly? - Our Syn Guide!

If you are after a quick and easy dinner, you might be tempted to crack open a can of Heinz Ravioli, but since this pasta is not syn free on the slimming world, you need to make sure you are counting the syns in this meal.

Is A Tin Of Heinz Ravioli Slimming World Friendly?

A tin of Heinz Ravioli has 15 syns per can, making this pasta very high in syns and consuming the whole of your daily syn allowance, we would therefore only suggest having this pasta as the occasional treat on the plan. 

Down below in our syn guide, we will take you through why Heinz Ravioli is high in syns, some syn values of Heinz meals and low syn alternative ravioli options from other brands.

Why Is Heinz Ravioli So High In Syns?

At 15 syns for the whole can, Heinz Ravioli is a very high syn meal, taking your whole 15 syn daily allowance or half for a 200g portion.

Heinz Ravioli gets its high syn value simply from the pasta and sauce, however, nutrition-wise the pasta is very healthy, and low in fat and sugar, we would watch out for the sodium content which has around 3g for a full can portion.

To save syns we suggest sticking to a half portion serving of Heinz Ravioli which will only have 7.5 syns, you can bulk up the meal with some slimming world speed veggies.

Syn Values Of Heinz Tinned Meals

Heinz has a great range of tinned meals on offer for an easy and quick meal, to help you compare syns, we've listed them down below.

Syn Values Of Heinz Tinned Meals
  • Weight Watchers from Heinz Beef Ravioli 300g - 4.5 syns for 100g.
  • Heinz Cheese & Tomato Ravioli in Tomato Sauce 400g - 15 syns for the can.
  • Heinz baked beans original - Syn free.
  • Heinz baked beans barbecue Syn free.
  • Heinz Creationz Mexican Beans - 1.5 syns.
  • Heinz Creationz Spanish Beans - 1 syn.
  • Heinz cheddar cheese beans - 1.5 syns.
  • Heinz Creationz Italian Beans - 1 syn.
  • Heinz Creationz Lentil Curry - SYN FREE.
  • Heinz beans curry - 1.5 syns.
  • Heinz macaroni cheese, canned, 200g can - 8.5 syns.
  • Heinz Tuscan beans - 3.5 syns.
  • Heinz garlic and herb beans - SYN FREE.
  • Heinz veg chilli beans - 2 syns.
  • Heinz fajita beans - 1 syn.
  • Heinz chilli beans - SYN FREE.
  • Heinz tomato soup 400g can - 4 syns.
  • Heinz spaghetti bolognese 200g - 8 syns.
  • Heinz ravioli in tomato sauce, canned 410g can - 16 syns.
  • Heinz spaghetti hoops - 1/2 syn per 100g.

Low Syn Alternatives To Heinz Ravioli

If you find Heinz ravioli to be too high in syns, we've got some great ready-to-eat ravioli options for you to check out down below for an easy dinner.

  • M&S Count On Us Four Cheese Ravioli 335g - 17.5 syns.
  • Aldi Bramwells Beef Ravioli in a Juicy Tomato Sauce 400g - 7.5 syns for half.
  • Tesco Beef Ragu Ravioli 300g - 9 syns.
  • Aldi Specially Selected Buffalo Milk Ricotta & Spinach Ravioli 250g - 16 syns.
  • Tesco Beef Ravioli in Tomato & Beef Sauce 400g - 8 syns for half.
  • M&S Italian Ricotta & Spinach Ravioli 250g - 13.5 syns for half.
  • M&S Meal For One Spinach & Ricotta Ravioli 375g - 11 syns for half.
  • Asda Beef Ravioli 400g - 8 syns for half.
  • Tesco Wicked Kitchen Spinach & Wild Garlic Ravioli 250g - 10 syns.
  • Co-op Pesto Cheese Ravioli 380g - 10 syns for half.
  • Lidl Newgate Beef Ravioli 400g - 8 syns for half.
  • Waitrose & Partners Spinach & Ricotta Ravioli 310g - 16.5 syns for half.
  • Sainsbury's Beef Ravioli in a Rich Tomato Sauce 400g - 8 syns for half.
  • Tesco Finest 'Nduja, Mascarpone Cheese and Red Onion, Red Pepper Ravioli 250g - 10.5 syns for 100g.
Low Syn Alternatives To Heinz Ravioli

Final Words

Overall, Heinz Ravioli is very high in syns, using 15 syns for a full can serving and 7.5 syns for a half can serving. To save syns we suggest sticking to a half-can portion of this pasta or switching to Heinz syn-free meals.

We've also got a list of low-syn alternative ravioli options for you to check out above starting as low as 7.5 syns for half a can.

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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