Wagon wheels have been a childhood favourite sweet treat for many of us, if the craving hits and you fancy one you'll have to make sure you know the syns before indulging on the SW plan.
Wagon wheels have around 8 syns a wheel on slimming world making them very high in syns, we would only suggest having one of these wheels when you crave them if your syns allow you to avoid using too much of your allowance.
Down below, we will discuss what makes wagon wheels so high in syns, some syn values and low syn alternatives for your chocolate fix.
Let's get into it!
At 8 syns a wheel, wagon wheels consume over half of your daily syn allowance, two would put you one syn over your 15 syns.
These chocolate sweets get their high syns from the biscuit, chocolate and mallow inside, having up to 14g of sugar for just one wheel! This isn't to say you can't enjoy a wagon wheel when you have free syns, but you should be mindful of how much sugar these wheels have and avoid eating them in excess.
Wagon wheels all have similar syn values but can differ by half a syn or one depending on the flavour you choose.
We've listed their specific values below to help keep you on track.
If you find wagon wheel biscuits to be too high in syns, we've got plenty of other low syn alternatives to check out below for when you are in the mood for a chocolate marshmallow biscuit.
Overall, Wagon wheels are very high in syns, having 8 syns per wheel which is over half of your daily syn allowance. We would suggest only eating wagon wheels as the occasional treat when your syns allow due to their high sugar content too.
To save syns, we would suggest checking out some of our low syn alternatives above which still have the same marshmallow chocolate flavour, but fewer syns.