How Many Syns In Roses Chocolates? Can I Have Them On The SW Plan? Are They High In Syns?
If it's that seasonal time of the year and you are craving some roses chocolates, or maybe you've received them as a gift, you might be wondering if you can indulge in these chocolates while losing weight on the SW plan?
Roses chocolates have on average 3 syns per chocolate or up to 7 syns for a 25g serving, making them high in syns, we, therefore, suggest having this chocolate in moderation.
To find out more about the syns in Roses chocolates, we've composed a syn guide below discussing why Roses chocolate is high in syns, syn values of their chocolate and some syn values of alternative celebration style chocolate.
Why Are Roses Chocolates So High In Syns?
At 3 syns for a chocolate or 7 syns for a 25g serving, Roses chocolates are quite high in syns, this is because of their high fat and sugar content, depending on the flavour chosen, they can also contain more sugary ingredients.
At 3 syns for a chocolate you could have up to five Roses chocolates on the SW plan before using all your 15 syn daily allowance or two 25g servings.
Syn Values Of Roses Chocolates
Roses have a large range of chocolates coming in different sizes and types, to help you stay on track with your syns, we've listed the whole range below.
Cadbury Roses Hazel in Caramel Chocolate Bag 92g - 6 syns.
Overall, Roses chocolates are high in syns, having on average 3 syns for one chocolate regardless of the flavour or 7 syns for a 25g serving, meaning you could have up to 50g before using all your 15 daily syns. To save syns we suggest weighing out your portion of these chocolates and having them in moderation due to their high sugar content.
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