Marks & Spencer's guilt free snacking

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  1. PrincessH87

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    Hello,
    sorry if this has already been posted by someone, I was out shopping the other day and I came across a new range by marks & Spencer's called 'guilt free snacking' its packets of sweet or savoury snacks, in portions of 150 calories or less. They have some really nice looking ones but I can't find the syn value on the website, am I right in thinking they could be 8 syns or less based on the 20cals = 1syn or have i got this wrong? Also has anyone seen them or tried them?

    thanks Helen :)
     
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    Yes, I think you are right. There is, as far as I can see, nothing special about these things except that they are packaged in very small portions, which of course keeps the calorie content down. It also probably puts the cost up!
     
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    The popcorn is really good and you get a full bag for 7.5 syns which I love!
     
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    I really like the crisps in particular the bacon lentil tubes :)
     
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    I'm tempted to give them a try next time I'm shopping but I can't decide what to try first :(
     
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