If you're craving a scotch egg for an afternoon snack or maybe a quick lunch, you might be curious as to how many syns these scotch eggs have on the slimming world plan?
Scotch eggs have various syns according to their size, on average you can expect a standard-sized scotch egg to have 16 syns per one making them very high in syns.
In our syn guide below, we will discuss why Scotch eggs are so high in syns, syn values of them and a low syn recipe for making your own scotch eggs at home for healthy snacking.
At 16 syns for one scotch egg, these snacks are very high in syns, taking you one syn over your 15 syn daily allowance on the plan.
Scotch eggs get their high syn value mainly from the fat due to the pork in them, for example, one scotch egg from Tesco has up to 16.5g of fat. To save syns, you can always choose mini scotch eggs which have half the amount of syns.
Scotch eggs have a similar syn value but can differ according to their size and ingredients, to help you compare syns, we've listed a few different kinds of scotch eggs down below along with their syn values.
If you're a lover of scotch eggs but not the syns, why not try making your own at home for only 1.5 syns making them a great low-syn snack.
Recipe details below!
Overall, scotch eggs are high in syns having 16 syns in per egg, these eggs are high in syns due to the pork which makes them very high in syns because of the fat content. To make scotch eggs more syn-friendly you can always make your own at home with wholemeal bread and SW pork sausages.