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Oct 16th, 2015, 00:18 AM  
sassysueblog
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Low syn sweet treats

Need some help, I always go way over my syns, probably because the things I'm used to eating are so high in syns e.g. mr kipling angel slice is 7syns, so I can have two but it isn't enough I would eat a 9pk no problem before.

What sweet things do you know that are say under 5syns each

Mini Marland cookies, and mini fingers are 4 syns a bag which is good
Those chocolate stick things are 1/2 syn

What else though
 
Oct 16th, 2015, 07:39 AM  
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Are you going to group? I love the HiFi bars for a sweet fix, they are 3 syns or 2 for a healthy extra. I think there are some other chocolate cereal bars that can be used as well.

I also like the coconut Muller lights which I stick in the freezer for an hour or so. That's free and tastes like bounty ice cream
 
Oct 16th, 2015, 09:35 AM  
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I love weight watchers desert recipe yogurts, they do toffee apple/lemon cheesecake/raspberry cheesecake flavours, they are really nice and taste lovely and no syns! If I want chocolate, I get a cadburys little bar which are 5 syns and it gives me the fix I need
 
Oct 16th, 2015, 09:55 AM  
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Freddos are 5 syns each.

You could make Haribo style sweets for 1.5 syns for the lot (1x sugar free jelly powder, 1x packet of gelatine, 1x muller yoghurt, make up the jelly with 300ml of hot water, add the gelatine and stir, place half the mixture in an ice cube tray then leave in the fridge to set, add the yoghurt to the rest if the jelly mixture, stir then pour on top of the set jelly, pop back in the fridge and once set you have Haribo style sweets.) Apparently you can make them syn free with diet pop instead if jelly and by using two gelatine sachets instead of one.

Or make blanc mange by mixing the jelly, muller yoghurt and gelatine all together and leaving it to set (I added some fruit to mine and it was yummy.) all for 1.5 syns.

Pink and whites are 2.5 syns each, a mini meringue nest is 2.5 syns (add it to Muller yoghurt with fruit for a low syn style Eton Mess.)

Cadbury's Heroes are two syns per chocolate.

A two finger Kitkat is 5.5 syns.
 
 
Oct 16th, 2015, 10:02 AM  
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I love Aldi's chocolate coated rice cakes for 4 syns and their light Benefit chocolate and fudge cereal bars for 2.5. I've heard some people stir Options hot choc powder into yogurt or quark, that would be nice.
 
Oct 16th, 2015, 10:19 AM  
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I've just had a look on the SW app, apparently the chocolate and fudge ones are 3 syns but the rest are 2.5 syns. I think I'll need to have a little look in Aldi to find these as they do chocolate orange ones and I'm spending too much on Alpen bars! Thanks for the tip Ali
 
 
Oct 16th, 2015, 21:23 PM  
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I prefer them to Alpen lights as they're much more substantial. So they're half a syn more but you can still have 2 of any variety for a HEb. What's half a syn amongst friends?
 
Oct 16th, 2015, 21:55 PM  
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Pink & Whites are 2.5 syns each so 2 for 5 syns :-)
 
Oct 16th, 2015, 22:15 PM  
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I like your thinking Ali! I'll get some tomorrow as I tend to have cereal bars as my hexb during the week
 
 
Oct 17th, 2015, 01:39 AM  
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I've tried the options and quark and I thought it was vile lol
 
 
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