How Many Syns In Tayto Crisps? Are They High In Syns On Slimming World?
If you are the kind of person who loves to have an afternoon snack like crisps, finding low-syn options on the slimming world plan isn't always easy since they often contain oil making them high in syns.
Tayto crisps have on average 6.5 syns for a small 25g bag making them high in syns and consuming nearly half of your daily syn allowance.
We've discussed in further detail below why Tayto crisps are high in syns, some syn values of them and low syn alternative crisps for snacking on throughout the day.
Why Are Tayto Crisps So High In Syns?
At 6.5 syns for a 25g bag, you can have up to two small bags of these crisps on the slimming world plan before using all your 15 syn daily allowance.
Tayto crisps get their high syn value from the fat content due to them being fried in oil, for example, one pack of 25g cheese and onion crisps have 8.5g of fat.
Syn Values Of Tayto Crisps + How Many Syns In Tayto Cheese & Onion?
Tayto crisps have a similar syn value no matter the flavour you choose, syns can change however if you choose larger-sized packs.
We've listed some syn values of them down below to help you compare syns.
Co-op Loved by Us Crisps, Salt & Vinegar (25g bag) – 6 1/2 syns.
Walkers Crisps Pops, all varieties (23g bag) – 5 syns.
Walkers Crisps Oven Baked Crisps, 50% Less Fat, all varieties (25g bag) – 5 1/2 syns.
Co-op Irresistible Hand Cooked Sweet Potato Crisps with Smoked Paprika 90g bag (30g serving) – 7 1/2 syns.
Snack a Jacks Snack a Jacks Jumbo Caramel (each) - 2 1/2 syns.
Hula Hoops, PUFT, Cheese 15g bag – 3 1/2syns.
Hula Hoops, PUFT, Beef 15g bag – 3 1/2 syns.
Snack a Jacks Snack a Jacks Salt & Vinegar (26g bag) - 5 1/2 syns.
To conclude, Tayto crisps are high in syns, having 6.5 syns for a small 25g bag, allowing you to have up to two before using all your 15 daily syns. To save syns we recommend having these crisps occasionally on the SW plan or checking out our low syn alternatives which start as low as 2.5 syns.
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.