Magnums are a favourite dessert and summer treat for many of us, but how high in syns are their vegan ice creams? Can you eat them in the slimming world?
Vegan magnums have 11 syns per ice cream but can vary according to the flavour that you choose, this makes them very high in syns therefore should only be eaten in moderation.
Down below we've composed a short guide explaining why vegan magnums are so high in syns, how they match up to regular magnums, syn values as well as a few lower syn alternative ice creams.
Why are Vegan Magnums High In Syns?
At 11 syns per ice cream, vegan magnums are very high in syns, taking up the majority of your 15 syn daily allowances. These ice creams get their high syn value from the cocoa butter and sugar syrup inside of them which increases the fat value.
You would need to save most of your allowance for the day to treat yourself to a vegan magnum.
Are Vegan Magnums Higher In Syns Than Regular Magnums?
Normal magnums in comparison to a vegan classic magnum have 12 syns, making them slightly higher in calories, these should also be consumed in moderation but are fine to eat as long as your syns allow.
Vegan Magnum Syn Values
To help you keep on track with your diet we have listed the syn values for vegan magnums below, as well as their other ice cream types.
Magnum Vegan Sea Salt Caramel Ice Cream 3 X 90Ml - 11 syns.
Overall, vegan magnums are very high in syns and should be eaten in moderation when you have enough of your syn allowance left, these are high in calories due to their cocoa butter. If you want something lower in syns we suggest checking out our vegan alternatives above, with some being as low as 4 syns a serving.
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.