If you're after a quick afternoon snack, you might have an unopened pack of Seabrook crisps, but since crisps are often fried in oil, this means they contain syns on the slimming world.
A pack of Seabrook crisps has 4 syns for an 18g bag and up to 8 syns for a 32g bag making them very high in syns, we, therefore, suggest only having these crisps occasionally on the slimming world plan.
Down below in our syn guide, we will discuss why Seabrook crisps are so high in syns, syn values of them, and low syn alternatives to have on hand for snacking.
At 8 syns for a large bag, Seabrook crisps are very high in syns, consuming over half of your daily syn allowance, meaning you could have up to two 32g bags before using all of your 15 syn daily allowance on the plan.
These crisps are high in syns due to them being fried in oil which increases their fat content, for example, one 26g bag has 7.5g of fat inside!
Seabrook has a variety of crisps with different flavours and comes in different sizes too, so as you can compare syns, we've listed a few of their options down below.
If you find Seabrook's crisps to be too high in syns, don't worry, there are plenty of other low-syn alternative crisps to have on the plan which won't cost you as many syns.
Overall, Seabrook crisps are very high in syns, having 8 syns for their largest bag which is over half of your daily syn allowance on the plan, this is because of the fat content due to the fact they are fried in oil.
To save syns we recommend choosing smaller-sized bags for portion control or checking out our low syn alternatives which start as low as 4.5 syns for one bag.