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How Many Syns In Scrambled Eggs On Wholemeal Toast? & Some Low Syn Alternatives
Published: 5 October, 2021 
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October 6, 2021 by Mark
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Can I Eat Scrambled Eggs On Toast On Slimming World?

Scrambled egg on toast in the morning is a staple breakfast for many of us, especially on the weekends when have a little extra time in the kitchen. 

But just how many syns does this popular breakfast combination have? 

Well, one slice of toast (wholemeal) on the SW plan can be counted as your healthy extra B and for eggs, they are classed as syn free too, but you should cook them with low cal oil spray so the whole combo is syn free.

To understand more about using wholemeal bread slices as your healthy extra B and how to make the best toast with an egg in the morning, we put together a short guide below that will explain everything you need to know.

Is Bread Syn Free? 

Wholemeal bread is classed as a Healthy Extra B on the SW plan, this could be one thick toast slice or two slices of bread - 2 HEb's 60g. The reason why is because they give a good amount of fibre which can help with your weight loss journey. 

You only get one healthy extra B per day, so if you have used this somewhere else, you would then have to count the syns of the slices of bread which on average is around 5 syns.

Are Eggs Syn Free?

Eggs are syn free on the SW plan, however, if you having them scrambled you have to be careful with the oil you are using, also avoid putting milk or cream into your egg mixture as it will add unnecessary syns. 

To reach your weight loss goals, boiling or poaching the eggs is always a better idea.

Low Syn Alternative Breakfast Ideas

To spice up your breakfast routine you might be interested in some other tasty recipes which are similar and easy to make, we've listed a few low syn alternatives below.

  • Peanut butter on toast - Slices of toast wholemeal can be used as healthy Extra B, peanut butter is 4.5 syns per tablespoon.
  • Beans on toast - Your crispy toast counts as a healthy extra B while the beans are SYN FREE!
  • Crumpets with eggs - 4 syns per crumpet with egg syn free.
  • Greek 0% yoghurt and fruit - Greek yoghurt at 0% is syn free and fruit is a speed food.
  • Ryvita with Philadelphia light - Ryvita can be used as a healthy extra B and the cream cheese as a healthy extra A, so SYN FREE.

Slimming World Friendly Scrambled Eggs On Toast

Having toast with an egg in the morning is a great way to power through till lunch and stay satisfied, but why not have it with some avocado on toast? This counts as one of your healthy extra B and 2.5 syns per piece of toast with the toppings.

We've listed the recipe details below which serves one.

Ingredients 

  • Two eggs. 
  • Two slices of 60g wholemeal fresh bread. 
  • 30g of an average avocado. 
  • Spray oil. 
  • Tomatoes. 

Method

  • Step one - First of all, preheat your oven to around gas mark 6 then toast your bread for around 8 minutes with a baking tray and your spray oil, you could also use a toaster if you are in a rush. 
  • Step two - Whisk the eggs in a bowl and heat a frying pan with spray oil, add them in once hot and stir now and then until cooked.
  • Step three - Top your toast with the eggs, tomato and then your slices of avocado.

Last Words 

To conclude, scrambled eggs and wholemeal bread are syn free on the slimming world diet, just make sure to use the low-calorie cooking spray when cooking your eggs. If you do not use your bread as your healthy extra B on the SW plan then you will have to class it as 5 syns.

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Having a sweet tooth, with the ability to cook is a dangerous combination. Fat girl-turned skinny, I am very proud of eating my way into a healthier me (of course working out helped a lot!). On SheCooksSheEats, I share my best recipes so you too can enjoy your food without the guilt along with some cool tips to help you towards your goal! Happy reading xx :)
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