Big sandwich - ham salad mayo - help!

Discussion in 'Syn Values' started by BubblyLady4, 14 February 2014.

  1. BubblyLady4

    BubblyLady4 Well-Known Member

    Hi all, so i succumbed this lunchtime. I was in the cafe getting my other half a sausage baguette and the sandwiches just looked amazing so i got one :(

    So i had a 'healthy' option of ham and salad - so that was free but then -

    Little squeeze of mayo (what you recon?)
    Doorstep white bread 2 slices
    Thin spread of butter

    Thanks to help. Just so i have an idea of what i'm looking at.

    :) xXx
  2. Willbeslimjen

    Willbeslimjen Well-Known Member

    Hi looking online a thick slice of white bread is 7 syns so 14 for bread,
    Mayonnaise sachet of Heinz is 4 syns
    And butter (the only one I could see is m&s butter me up spread) is 4 syns per tbsp
    So I would count 22 syns
  3. Princess_Stevie

    Princess_Stevie Well-Known Member

    Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but I think this could have been very Synful.

    Mayo is 5 Syns per level tablespoon, so it depends how much they used. A level tablespoon is not much at all.

    On average, white bread is 7 Syns per slice. As you described yours as doorstep, I'm guessing they were really thick. So it could have been double the Syns!

    A level tsp of margarine / spread is 2 Syns. Baring in mind this is a very small amount and would probably just a say cover a slice of bread. It depends how much they used.
  4. BubblyLady4

    BubblyLady4 Well-Known Member

    Thanks guys - yes i knew it would be over on syns but just kinda wondered what i was facing and i will adjust syns for the rest of the week :)
  5. PatchworkPuss

    PatchworkPuss Well-Known Member

    Unfortunately there is no free food allowance on shop bought sandwiches so even the ham and salad would be synned sorry :(

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