Super noodles make a quick and easy lunch, but some of these noodles can be very high in syns and unhealthy to have every single day.
Low-fat super noodles are classed as having free slimming world syns, however, for regular super noodles they come in at having 10 syns for 100g for all flavours such as chilli beef to chow mein.
We will discuss low syn alternatives and whether or not you can be enjoying super noodles on the slimming world diet in our small guide below.
You can enjoy super noodles as part of your slimming world diet if you choose the low-fat version which is classed as syn free, these can be paired with stock cubes to help enhance the flavour and make an easy quick lunch on the go.
As full-fat super noodles have around 10 syns, they should be eaten on rare occasions as part of the slimming world diet with the regular syn allowance being around 15 syns.
If super noodles are getting boring, you might be interested in looking at some other noodle options to eat on the slimming world diet and their syn values.
These syn values are for the green/extra easy days.
So to make it easier for you we have listed them below.
There's nothing like having a warm pot of noodles on a winters day or if you need a quick snack or lunch, but as you have probably now realised, not all are that healthy, and if you are not keen on the low-fat versions of super noodles, it might be worth making your version of instant noodles.
We have listed our two favourite noodle recipes below to try at home.
Not only does this recipe take less than 30 minutes to cook, but it is only 1.5 syns per serving (serves two) making it slimming world friendly.
Recipe details below!
If you love a simple and quick pot noodle for lunch then you are going to love this homemade pot noodle recipe, it is SYN FREE and not to mention great in taste.
To conclude, low-fat super noodles are SYN FREE on the slimming world diet and can be enjoyed daily as slimming eats for lunch, however, super noodles in the regular style come in at around 10 syns a packet so should be avoided when possible, you can always opt for a lower syn alternative from our list or make one of our two recipes above.