Popular in parties, small and tasty the chocolate finer is an exceptional snack to have…if a little moreish. They are a brand name with Cadbury Finger being their official name and made by Burton’s biscuits and distributed by Cadbury UK.
Chocolate fingers are one of the oldest biscuits in the UK, being introduced way back in 1897. The golden era of biscuits some might say.
Cadbury Chocolate Finger syns
A single finger weighs 5.35 grams, with 24 calories each. This means that a single chocolate finger by Cadbury is worth 1.2 syns each. However, no one ever eats just one finger do they? So we’ve added some more numbers for you:
Two chocolate fingers are 2.4 syns and four fingers are 4.8 syns!
How many syns are in a pack of chocolate fingers?
A box of Cadbury chocolate fingers has 24 fingers. We know a single finger is worth 1.2 syns. Eating the whole pack would be worth 28.8 syns.
Are Chocolate Fingers worth the syns?
Fingers are low in syns but very high in syns per gram (0.29). If the fingers were the same weight as other biscuits this would be way down the list.
Cadbury’s fingers are an unhealthy snack, as they are chocolate based and biscuit inside. 1.2 syns each may not seem like a lot but they can be eaten instantly, and its easy to then grab another. For comparison, 2 fingers are 2.4 syns is about the same as a single larger biscuit from our list.
But, as always, if this is the snack you really want then you have all the info to make the best decision for you.
Chocolate fingers typical ingredients
MILK,WHEAT flour (with calcium, iron, niacin, thiamin), sugar, vegetable fats (palm, sal and shea in varying proportions), cocoa butter, cocoa mass, partially inverted sugar syrup, emulsifiers (E 442, SOYA lecithin, E 476), salt, raising agents (ammonium hydrogen carbonate, sodium hydrogen carbonate), flavourings.
Everything you’d expect from a chocolate based biscuit.