How Many Syns In Schweppes Lemonade? Find Out Here!

Updated on 
2 February, 2023

How Many Syns In Schweppes Lemonade? Is It High In Syns? - Our SW Syn Guide!

Lemonade is a go-to choice of beverage for many of us during the summer months, but this drink can often be loaded with sugar which can be bad for weight loss, so can you have this drink on the SW plan?

Is Schweppes Lemonade High In Syns?

Schweppes Lemonade typically has 2.5 syns for a 250ml glass making it fairly low in syns, we would suggest having it in moderation however since it is high in sugar.

Down below in our syn guide, we will take you through how much Schweppes Lemonade you can drink on the slimming world plan, the syn values of this lemonade and some low syn alternatives.

How Much Schweppes Lemonade Can I Drink On Slimming World?

At 2.5 syns for 250ml, you can have up to six glasses of lemonade on the slimming world plan before using all your 15 daily syn allowance.

Lemonade can be a great alternative to alcohol on the SW plan, but it should be noted this drink is very high in sugar, having up to 11g of sugar in just one 250ml glass. If you're worried about the sugar content in lemonade we would suggest choosing diet lemonade since it has no sugar and is syn free!

Low Syn Alternatives To Schweppes Lemonade

If you're not a fan of Schweppes Lemonades syns or you are looking for a lemonade with less sugar, we've got some great low-syn alternatives for you to add to your basket below.

  • Tesco Diet Lemonade 2L - Syn free.
  • Schweppes Slimline Lemonade 2L - Syn free.
  • Aldi Vive Diet Lemonade 2L - Syn free.
  • Asda Diet Lemonade 2 Litres - Syn free.
  • R Whites Premium Lemonade Ice Lollies 3 x 75ml (225ml) - 3 syns.
  • Lucozade Zero Pink Lemonade 500ml - Syn free.
  • R.White's Lemonade 330ml - 2 syns.
  • Costa Coffee Strawberry Lemonade - 3.5 syns.
  • McDonald's Frozen Strawberry Lemonade - 10 syns.
  • Aldi Everyday Essentials Diet Lemonade 2 litre - Syn free.
  • Remedy Kombucha Raspberry Lemonade 250ml - 0.5 syns.
  • Tesco Lemonade 2L - 1.5 syns.
  • Cawston Press Sparkling Elderflower Lemonade 330ml - 3 syns.
Low Syn Alternatives To Schweppes Lemonade

Low Syn Alternatives To Schweppes Lemonade

If you find Schweppes Lemonade to be too high in syns and sugar, we've got some great soft drinks as alternatives for you to check out below.

  • 7Up Free 330Ml 24 Pack - 0.5 syns per can.
  • Tesco No Added Sugar Fiery Ginger Beer 4X330ml - Syn free.
  • Pepsi Diet 8X330 Ml - 0.5 syns per can.
  • Fanta Orange Zero 2L - 0.5 syns per glass.
  • Pepsi Max Cherry 2L - Syn free.
  • IRN-BRU Sugar Free 2L - 0.5 syns.
  • Pepsi Max - Syn free.
  • Sainsbury's Cola Zero 2L - 0.5 syns.
  • Vimto Sparkling, No Added Sugar 6x330ml - 0.5 syns per 100ml.
  • Tesco Lemon & Lime Zero 2L - 0.5 syns per glass.

Our SW Lemonade Recipe

If you don't want to spend any syns on lemonade and you are not keen on the taste of store-bought diet lemonade, why not try our slimming world lemonade recipe below?


  • Six medium-sized lemons.
  • 50g of sweetener.
  • 500ml of water.
  • Soda water.


  1. Grate your lemons into a pan with the sweetener and the water, bring to a boil then turn off.
  2. Next juice your lemons into a glass, add the juice to the other mix and allow it to cool down and sit for a couple of hours.
  3. Strain and serve the lemonade.
Our SW Lemonade Recipe

Final Words

To conclude, Schweppes Lemonade is low in syns, having 2.5 syns for a 250ml glass, allowing you to have up to six glasses on the plan before using all your 15 syns. We recommend having lemonade in moderation due to its high sugar content or switching to a diet version to save syns.

If you're used to drinking full-sugar soda changing to zero-sugar soda like coke zero or Pepsi max can help with your weight loss.

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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