If you're making a roast dinner you might curious as to if you can add any Yorkshire puddings in or if they are too high in syns on the SW plan.
Yorkshire puddings have 2-4 syns per pudding, with extra large ones having up to 7 syns making them fairly high in syns, you can however have these puddings syn free by making your own too.
In our syn guide below we will discuss why Yorkshire puddings can be high in syns, some syn values of them and how to make your own syn-free slimming world Yorkshires at home!
At 2-4 syns for a pudding and up to 7 syns for a large pudding, Yorkshires can be quite high in syns in addition to your roast.
Yorkshire puddings get their syn value from the oil and fat content, some options are even cooked in fat drippings which can make them higher in calories.
Yorkshire puddings have a wide range of syns according to the brand of pudding you choose, how they are cooked and the size. To help you compare syns, we've listed some down below.
If you find regular Yorkshire puddings to be too high in syns, you can always make your own syn-free Yorkshire puddings at home to add to your roast without the guilt!
Overall, Yorkshire puddings are average in syns, with some being high in syns up to 7 syns if you're choosing a larger-sized pudding. Yorkshires get a syn value from the fat and oil they are cooked in, with beef dripping Yorkshires being some of the highest in syns.
To save syns we recommend making your own Yorkshires at home by using your healthy extra B and healthy extra A for the oat flour and milk.
Check out the amount of syns you'll find in a Weight Watchers Beef Hotpot!