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FunSponge82 Mon 12-Dec-16 14:45:20

How would you go about calculating syns for a slice of home made bread?

Would you syn up all the ingredients and then divide by the number of slices or would you base it on a slice that is listed in the SW app/website?

I love making home made bread. Shop bought bread bloats me so I don't often eat it, less so now I'm doing SW. I don't intend to go crazy and devour a whole loaf in one sitting but I would like to know I can make a loaf for the family and indulge in a slice here and there.

Surely it's got to be better/healthier than shop bought?! At least I know what's in it hmm

FunSponge82 Mon 12-Dec-16 14:56:53

Just had a quick look at flour and using a basic bread recipe using 500g flour, I'd be looking at 8 ish syns per slice confusedconfused that's based on getting approx 10 slices out of a loaf which I think is optimistic!

That doesn't include the half Inch of butter you have to have with it hmm

Why is flour such high syns??

tabulahrasa Mon 12-Dec-16 15:14:13

Make Wholemeal bread and use 60g as a b choice?

Blankiefan Tue 13-Dec-16 22:24:59

We make our own bread. I weigh it and factor up a similar bread's syns

The biggest problem I find is getting it cut thin enough not massacre my syns. So I end up eating crappy hovis instead as it's generally a third of the weight for a slice.

mrsmortis Tue 20-Dec-16 10:28:36

My mum makes wholemeal rolls. She weighs them as dough so they are one healthy extra each.

It makes for easier portion control than a loaf. And, since she only gets exactly what she needs from the freezer, less waste too.

Daisiesandgerberas Sun 01-Jan-17 15:18:20

That's a fab idea but isn't that then measuring the raw weight rather than the cooked weight, which means it's nore than HEX B.

Genuine q as I'm new to this. (My first & only SW post from yesterday hasn't been replied to.)

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