Cooked fruit

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  1. MattsMum

    MattsMum Full Member

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    Hi

    I've used to have stewed apple and count it as a Hexb until in a recent sw mag it showed an apple crumble recipe where they simply cooked but didn't stew the fruit and as such sw didn't syn the apples.

    I made a bowl of warmed strawberries with vanilla extract yesterday (delicious!) but have now started to doubt the cooked fruit issue and whether it is syn free- I used my Hexb yesterday too.

    Can anyone shed any light on this - I know stewed fruit has syns but does cooked fruit?
     
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    I looked out the apple and cinnamon crumble recipe from earlier this year (is this the one you mean?)

    It says you are 6.5 syns a serving on all plan and looking at the other ingredients that will include syns for the apples.

    If you cook fruit then it does need to be synned I'm afraid.
     
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    It could be, is that the one with digestives or rich teas crumbled over? I must have read it wrongly as I'd just started at the time!
    I've been eating loads of the stuff aswell!
     
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