Can I Have Solero Exotic Ice Creams On Slimming World? Are They High In Syns?
When the sun is shining and you feel like ice cream, you might be tempted to reach for a Solero, and you can do so without any guilt as long as you track its syns!
Solero exotic ice creams have 5 syns per one, making them a great low syn ice cream choice as a dessert or sweet treat during the day.
In our guide below we will discuss how many Solero exotic ice creams you can have on the slimming world, some other syn values of Solero ice creams and a few low syn alternatives to stock up on for a tasty dessert.
How Many Solero Exotic Ice Creams Can I Eat On Slimming World?
At 5 syns for ice cream, you could have up to three Solero's before using up your whole daily syn allowance for the day which is 15 syns.
Solero's remain low in calories and syns thanks to their fruit flavourings which are lower in calories than let's say chocolate or caramel, they are also served in small portion sizes.
Still, we would suggest eating Solero exotic ice creams in moderation due to their high level of sugar, just one Solero 17g of sugar which is nearly 80% of your recommended allowance for women!
Syn Values Of Solero Ice Creams
Solero has a few different flavours of ice creams as do Wall's the brand in general, we've listed their syn values below to help you compare.
Little Moons Mochi Ice Cream Vegan Tropical Passionfruit & Mango 2 x 32g (64g) - 4 syns.
To conclude, Solero exotic ice creams are low in syns, having just five syns and ice cream making them an excellent dessert choice if you have enough spare syns. We would still recommend eating Solero's in moderation however because they are very high in sugar, having up to 17g per one.
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.