Sausage casserole mixes make an easy weeknight dinner, but since these mixes are not syn-free on the slimming world, you need to ensure your counting their syns.
Sausage casserole mixes have varying syns according to their ingredients and the brand, on average you can expect them to have between 2-7.5 syns a serving, making them average in syns on the plan.
Down below in our syn guide, we will take you through why Casserole mixes can be low and high in syns, some varying syn values and a slimming world-friendly recipe for making your casserole at home!
At 2-7.5 syns a serving, you can find both low syn and high syn casserole mixes on the slimming world plan.
Casserole mixes which are low in syns often have fewer added ingredients and simply spices while higher syn sachets might include the recipe syns as a whole including additions like meat or ingredients such as milk powder and oil.
Since some casserole mixes can be very high in syns we suggest only using these spice mixes in moderation, with some taking up to half of your daily syn allowance.
As we mentioned above, sausage casserole mixes have varying syns according to their ingredients, to help you compare syns, we've listed some popular values down below.
The best way to save syns when making a casserole in the slimming world is by making your own at home, we've got a great slimming world recipe for you to check out below which is syn free and serves four people in total.
Overall, Sausage casserole mixes can be high in syns, having up to 15 syns when made up as a meal, however, the spice mixes alone as a seasoning can be as low as 1.5 syns a serving. To save syns we suggest using a small portion of these recipe mixes or making your syn-free casserole with our recipe above!