How Many Syns In A Tiger Roll? Find Out Here!

Updated on 
10 July, 2022

Are Tiger Rolls High In Syns? - Our Syn Guide

If your favourite bread for a sandwich is Tiger rolls, you will need to make sure that you're synning them on the slimming world plan in order to stay on track with your weight loss.

Are Tiger Rolls High In Syns?

On average, for a Tiger roll, you are looking at using 10 syns per large roll, making them very high in syns, we would therefore suggest only having them as the occasional treat on the slimming world.

Down below, we've discussed in more detail how many Tiger rolls you can eat on slimming world, which bread is syn free on slimming world, syn values, plus some low syn alternatives roll for an easy lunch.

How Many Tiger Rolls Can I Eat On Slimming World?

At 10 syns per tiger roll, you could have up to one and a half tiger rolls before using up all your daily syn allowance, making them very high in syns. Tiger rolls are the same as a standard white roll except they have a rice flour coating, which is what gives them their tiger stripe effect.

Which Bread Is Syn Free On Slimming World?

If you are looking for syn-free bread on the slimming world, you will have to choose a type of bread which can be used as your healthy extra B allowance, these bread types are high in fibre.

We've listed which breads you can use as your Hex B down below.

  • One Warburton gluten-free multi-seed sandwich thin.
  • 60g of rye bread.
  • One wholemeal bread.
  • 60g of wholemeal bread.
  • 60g of high fibre white bread gluten-free.
  • 60g of high fibre gluten-free white or brown rolls.

Tiger Roll Syn Values

Tiger rolls can have varying syn values according to where you buy them from and their size, to help you stay on track with their syns, we've listed some syn values down below so you can compare.

Tiger Roll Syn Values
  • Morrisons Market Street 6 Large Tiger Rolls - 13 syns.
  • M&S Made Without Wheat 4 Tiger Rolls - 10 syns.
  • Iceland Luxury 4 Tiger Rolls - 10 syns.
  • M&S 4 Tiger Triangles Soft White Rolls 340g - 11 syns.
  • Morrisons Baker's 4 Tiger Rolls - 8.5 syns.
  • Tesco Tiger Cobble Roll 4 Pack - 10 syns.
  • Waitrose Bakery Tiger Roll - 11.5 syns.
  • Jason's Every Day Tiger Rolls with Sourdough 320g - 10 syns.
  • Co-Op Bakery 4 Tiger Rolls - 12 syns.
  • Asda Bakery 6 Tiger Rolls - 7.5 syns.

Low Syn Alternatives To Tiger Rolls

If you find Tiger rolls to be too high in syns, but still fancy a crusty bread roll for lunch, we've got some great low-syn alternatives for you to check out below.

  • White Soft Bread Roll - 5.5 syns.
  • White Crusty Bread Roll - 6.5 syns.
  • Brown Soft Bread Roll - 5 syns.
  • Wholemeal Bread Roll - 5.5 syns or healthy extra B.
  • Warburtons 8 Sliced Soft White Rolls - 6.5 syns.
  • Warburtons Soft Round White Bread Milk Roll 400g - 2.5 syns.
  • Warburtons Gluten Free 4 Super Soft Sliced Square Rolls - 7 syns.
  • Warburtons 6 Sliced Hotdog Rolls - 7 syns.
  • Part-Baked Bread 6 Dinner Rolls 300g - 6 syns.
  • M&S 6 Soft Wholemeal Rolls 360g - 7 syns or healthy extra B.
  • Aldi The Village Bakery 4 White Bake At Home Bread Rolls 300g - 10 syns.
  • Kingsmill 6 Tasty Wholemeal Rolls - 8 syns or healthy extra B.
  • Warburtons 4 Large Sandwich Rolls - 11 syns.
  • Warburtons 4 Sliced Sandwich Rolls - 9 syns.
Low Syn Alternatives To Tiger Rolls

Last Words

To conclude, Tiger rolls are very high in syns, having 10 syns per roll, allowing you to have up to one and a half before using all your daily syn allowance. In order to save syns, we suggest picking a wholemeal roll for your sandwich as your healthy extra B instead of using them on white bread.

Jennifer
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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