Fox’s Party Rings are a children’s favourite and an ever present in birthday parties. They are a trademarked name and only Fox’s make them. They have a ring shaped biscuit base with different coloured icing on the top.
Party Ring Syns
A single Party Ring weighs 6 grams and has 25 calories. This means a single Party Ring is worth 1.3 syns and has a ratio of 0.21 syns per gram. This puts the Party Ring surprisingly among the lowest syn category with a decent syn to weight ratio.
How many syns are in a pack of Fox’s Party Rings?
There are 20 Party Rings in a pack, so if they are 1.2 syns each then a pack will be 24 syns. This is not bad at all – considering how many biscuits we’ve covered it was a real shock to see something which contains icing to be this low in calories and syns.
Are party rings worth the syns?
Despite being a low syn biscuit, it only takes an instant to eat one and they aren’t the best for dunking in tea. If that is the kind of biscuit you’re after then they’re not great.
There’s no nutritional value with it being all carbs and sugar.
The sugar in the icing is also likely to not sate you and you’ll be hungry before they’ve had a chance to reach your tum.
That being said, at only 1.3 syn each, these can be an ideal quick treat.
Party Rings typical ingredients
Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Sugar, Water, Palm Oil, Glucose Syrup, Safflower Concentrate, Salt, Raising Agents: Ammonium Bicarbonate, Sodium Bicarbonate, Disodium Diphosphate, Partially Inverted Refiners Syrup, Radish Concentrate, Carrot Concentrate, Apple Concentrate, Glycerine, Flavouring, Emulsifier: Soya Lecithin, Hydrolysed Wheat Gluten, Acidity Regulator: Citric Acid, Blackcurrant Concentrate, Hibiscus Concentrate.
For those not used to ingredients list, this is one of the longest ones for a biscuit. Considering they are only 6g in weight, there’s an awful lot here to make one. Bare that in mind.