Rice pudding is a traditional British pudding that many of us have loved since childhood, but how many syns does this rice-based dessert have? Is it high in syns?
Rice pudding has varying syns according to the ingredients, on average rice pudding can have around 5 syns for 100g, making it fairly high in syns, you could have up to three portions before using all your daily syn allowance.
We've discussed below in more detail why rice pudding is high in syns, some syn values and how to make your SW rice pudding at home for a tasty dessert.
At 5 syns for a 100g serving, rice pudding is quite high in syns, allowing you to have up to three servings before using all your 15 daily syns.
Rice pudding gets its high syn value mainly from the sugar content, having 15g of sugar per serving, this is because it has ingredients such as whole milk or cream depending on how it's made as well as added sugar.
Rice pudding has a similar syn value no matter the brand you choose, to help you stay on track with syns we've listed a few options down below.
If you are a lover of rice pudding but not the syns, why not make your own rice pudding at home that only has 3 syns a serving.
Overall, rice pudding has 5 syns per portion making it fairly high in syns, we, therefore, suggest having this sweet treat in moderation due to its high sugar content. You can have up to three portions a day of rice pudding on the SW plan before using all your 15 syns or make your own 3 syn recipe at home!