Crunch Creams are a product from Fox’s biscuits and are trademarked – this means there are no own brand versions. Crunch creams are similar to custard creams – the difference being Golden Crunch creams are made are oaty with a vanilla cream filling. This creates a satisfying crunch followed by a soft cream sweetness.
Great on their own and even bettie with a brew we think. Are they healthy though and a good use of your hard earned syns? Let’s take a look.
Fox’s Golden Crunch Cream Syn Values
A single crunch cream weighs 15 grams and contains 75 calories. This means that a single crunch cream biscuit is worth 3.9 syns, with a syns to gram ratio of 0.26. The single syn value puts it in the same lane as a Viscount or a chocolate digestive which is on the heavy side. The 0.25 syns per gram ration is about the same as a Lotus Biscoff or a Nice.
How many syns are in a pack of Crunch Creams?
There are 13 biscuits in a 200g pack of Crunch Creams which means they are collectively worth 50.7 syns.
Are Crunch Creams worth the syns?
There’s nothing healthy in a crunch creams and at 3.9 syns each they are a big sacrifice for a snack. The 0.26 syns per gram ratio is also nothing spectacular – there are better alternatives on our biscuit syn list. But, if crunch creams are your favourites then who are we to dare tell you otherwise.
Crunch Cream Typical Ingredients
Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Thiamin, Niacin), Sugar, Palm Oil, Rolled Oats (3%), Dried Whey (Milk), Glucose Syrup, Partially Inverted Refiners Syrup, Raising Agents: Ammonium Bicarbonate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Disodium Diphosphate, Dried Skimmed Milk, Salt, Flavourings, Emulsifier: Soya Lecithin, Colour: Carotenes.