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New: struggling to find syns

Discussion in 'Syn Values' started by rainbow123, 24 February 2014 Social URL.

  1. rainbow123

    rainbow123 Well-Known Member

    Anyone know how many sys are in the Quaker oats porridge? Using milk as healthy extra. Stuck at work feeling peckish and can't find out. Either that or I have a couple of snack jacks large salt and vinegar or cheese. Anyone know the syn value if those? I think they might be two syns each?
     
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  3. PatchworkPuss

    PatchworkPuss Well-Known Member

    You can use 1 syn per 20 calories on both items as they have no free food allowance x
     
  4. allana.p.

    allana.p. Member

    The snack a jacks are 2 syns each for jumbo salt n vinegar and cheese. The quaker oats are 4.5 syns for 25g but I believe 30g can be a hexb on EE. I like to make my porridge with water then put a huge dollop of total 0% Greek yoghurt in makes it soooo creamy hard to believe it's not cream.
     
  5. rainbow123

    rainbow123 Well-Known Member

    Fab. Thanks. I might try that yoghurt idea it means I can keep my milk for cups of tea
     
  6. woolybully

    woolybully Active Member

    i would never have thought of putting yogurt into porridge, what a great idea, I love porridge but only when it's creamy, will have to give this a go thank you.
     
  7. allana.p.

    allana.p. Member

    Yeah its scrummy that way I can have my creamy porridge and save my hexa for cheese and grapes at night. Diet? What diet???
     

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