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Jan 25th, 2017, 16:50 PM  
jessk
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Is there any point in synning these desserts?

http://kaspas.co.uk

Is there anything that may not be a million syns?
 
Jan 25th, 2017, 19:24 PM  
sarahc4536
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I can't view it on my phone properly, so I'm going to get my laptop out and have a good old nosey

What I could see looked mouthwatering though!

Whether you syn then or not will depend on whether you want to stay in control or not... personally I'd syn them, I would t avoid them completely if you want them


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Jan 25th, 2017, 20:36 PM  
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I actually think there may be a few that I would consider not too bad in the grand scheme of things!
You may be ok with one of the waffles or crepes. And if you go for one of them that has sliced strawberries or banana or something on it, it's less synned things on top of it lol (the strawberry shortcake one sounds REALLY nice!)
The cakes will be 25 syns upwards, without any cream, ice cream, etc.
The New York cheesecake I would count 17 syns (that's the max I can see on the app)
The cookie dough things I would count 10-12 syns just for the cookie dough, to be safe, and then syn which ever topping you go for (custard, ice cream, cream)
Anything with caramel, toffee, chocolate or nuts in it is going to be higher synned. Sticky Toffee comes in at 24 syns per average serving.
For the ice cream I would count 3 syns for 25g, but from experience, 25g of ice cream sounds a lot more than it looks!
Sorbert however, is 1.5 syns per 25g

Waffles are 6.5 syns each
Crepes are 4.5 syns each
The flavoured sauces, you are looking at 1.5-3.5 syns per tbsp depending on flavour (raspberry seems to be lowest at 1.5 syns, salted caramel at 3.5)
Chocolate is 7 syns per 25g
Nutella is only 1.5 syns per tbsp
Digestives are 3.5 syns each

Does any of that help??
 
Jan 27th, 2017, 12:05 PM  
jessk
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Thank you very helpful, if I do go I think I'll stick with the crepes then 😁 That seems to be the lowest syns on there
 
Jan 27th, 2017, 16:56 PM  
jessk
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Would you say either one of these crepes be the best choice? How many syns would you say? I don't want to put on weight on Tuesday 😬
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Jan 27th, 2017, 17:57 PM  
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Butter is 5.5 syn per tbsp, and sugar is 3 syns per tbsp.
The lemon juice is free so that makes no difference.
I would see how buttery and sugary they are and if it looks like there's about a tbsp of each, I would syn both at 13 each


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Jan 27th, 2017, 18:21 PM  
jessk
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Thank you! I'm going there tonight, I don't know what to have 😬 X
 
 
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