Pumpkin spice lattes - Starbucks

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Bibs2014 Thu 08-Sep-16 08:39:41

Does anyone know the syns for the pumpkin spice lattes made with skimmed milk? The weight loss planner only shows whole milk. Thanks in advance.

BeautyQueen88 Sat 17-Sep-16 01:23:45

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Katew82 Sun 18-Sep-16 09:53:18

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IcedVanillaLatte Sun 18-Sep-16 09:57:08

www.starbucks.co.uk/quick-links/nutrition-info

Kcal here (PDF)

Then convert using whatever popular formula you can find online (most seem to say 20kcal per syn if it's something like this)

emwithme Sun 18-Sep-16 10:10:53

If you switch the whole milk for skimmed milk you tend to save about 6 or 7 syns on the "advertised" whole milk syn amount (works this way for a caramel latte anyway, can't see Pumpkin Spice being any different)

theladylovescupcakes Sun 18-Sep-16 10:14:14

I had a tall skinny one yesterday, no cream, and MY Fitnness Pal calculated 200 cals.

Bibs2014 Sun 18-Sep-16 16:22:20

Some of the milk could be classed as HexA?

FlopIsMyParentingGuru Sun 18-Sep-16 16:28:12

From my quick search, a Starbucks flavoured syrup is 1 syn a pump and free if it's a sugar free syrup.

calzone Sun 18-Sep-16 23:03:28

260 calories each

20 calories is 1 syn

BeautyQueen88 Mon 19-Sep-16 15:50:02

I have asked everywhere and no one can tell me the answer. I have had people tell me 6 syns with skimmed Milk but what if the milk is used as your hexa would that make it 2 syns for the syrup if you have not creams?

emwithme Mon 19-Sep-16 16:24:18

You can reduce the amount of syns by 6 if you are using your HEA - as long as you don't go over the amount of the HEA.

(I used to have a venti 5 shot sugar free vanilla skimmed milk latte every day. It was 5 shots because that way (a) I was awake and mostly human and (b) that's how many it needed to be to make it totally syn free...)

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