low syn chocolate

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  1. sugababy60

    sugababy60 Full Member

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    Do any of you know any chocolate that is quite low syns
     
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    hajis-sweetie WW newbie:)

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    Hi there,

    Curly Wurly is 6 syns
    milky way is 6 syns (for one section tho!)

    Other than that I don't know, sorry! Curly Wurly's are good if you put them in the freezer before eating, they take AGES to eat and it feels like you've had more than you have!


    Clare xx
     
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    thank you that helps so much i fancy a curly wurly :)
     
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    dont know if you have ever heard of milkados, but their available in most supermarkets, and their 1/2 a sin a stick and lovely, so the whole box is only about 7 sins
    laura x:)
     
  6. Donnie46

    Donnie46 Slow but sure....

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    How many in a box, greedy aren't I, LOL....
     
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    their worth it!! and in morrisons at minute 3 boxes for £1- bargain!!! x
     
  8. Julianne_julz

    Julianne_julz Bears dont dig on dancin'

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    Omg I love those, they are fantastic!!
     
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    Julianne_julz Bears dont dig on dancin'

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    They're, not "their" oops. X
     
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    omg in my morrisons they were on offer just yesterday , for 3 boxes for £1 love x
     
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    Hi, this sound yummy, would you find these in the sweet section? who are they made by? thanks very much
     
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    They're in the biscuit section normally. Not sure who they're made by though.

    BTW, I'm not 100% sure but I think the higher the level of Cocoa in chocolate the lower in syns it is for you. So dark chocolate is lower in syns than milk chocolate....I think that's right :confused:
     
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    Yes i heard somewhere dark chocolate is better for you too
     
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    Yes, it is. Dark chocolate is good for you. Cadbury's chocolate fingers are 1.5 syns per finger and very nice. :)
     
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    If you melt some dark chocolate and dip strawberries and chunks of banana in it and then freeze them, they make a good chokkie fix and you only syn the amount of chocolate you use. A little goes a long way doing it this way. XX
     
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    oh that sounds fab! thanks
     
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    Ooooh sounds nice think i will be trying that :)
     
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    You can buy a bag of Treat Size Cadbury's and the highest bar is 4.5 syns. They're £1.99 from Aldi but I suspect that you can get them from anywhere. Put them in the freezer!
     
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    A sachet of hot chocolate i.e. Cadbury Highlights is good if you're having a choccy craving. They're usually about 2 syns each.
     
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    i brought loads of these at asda for 1-00 a bag you say each one is no more then 4.5 syns does that mean any treat size bar from cadburys is no more then 4.5 syns
     
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