Weight Watchers Banoffee Desserts Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... plastic looks a bit cheap. I suppose you could spoon them out of the plastic into a bowl but I decided to just take the easy ... more
by - written on 09/04/08 (Very useful, 275 readings)
Before I met my partner I was never really into puddings but he had grown where after a main meal came pudding. As both of us had signed up to Weight watchers after becoming a little on the tubby side I decided to have a look for some treats for us as my partner had quite a lot of points in his daily allowance I thought it an ideal way for him to fill up after his meal and use up a lot more of his points. This review is on his favourite dessert currently produced by Weight Watchers the Banoffee Desserts which offer a 3 points value so ideal for that special treat every now and then. The price varies for weight watchers products from shop ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/10 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I always seem to be dieting and when I am, I tend to rely quite heavily on weight watchers products. Generally I find them to be of good quality and nearly as good as the "real" versions of the foods they are substituting for. I love their cakes and yogurts, so when I saw these frozen desserts I was thrilled and decided to try them. When I opened them up and saw the clear plastic containers with the peel-off plastic tops I was slightly disappointed because the plastic looks a bit cheap. I suppose you could spoon them out of the plastic into a bowl but I decided to just take the easy way out and eat them from the plastic pot. The main thing I was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/10, updated on 20/02/10 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I am a late comer when it comes to enjoying the experience of banoffee, but my love for this combination has been sealed by the experience of the weight watchers (from Heinz of course) Banoffee Dessert. The science part - one box will give you two banoffee desserts, each with a 3 points value and a calorie value of 170 and fat content of 4.4% each. The desserts are bough frozen and should be stored accordingly and defrosted before eating (yes that means abit of a wait - torture). And to conclude on this section, there are no artificial flavours (good), colours (very good) and hydrogenated fat (bonus). So working from the bottom of the dessert up, a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
In my effort to eat healthily for 2010, I bought some of these Weight Watchers Banoffee desserts to beat my sweet food cravings. Each cardboard box contains two desserts in plastic pots, and it states that for best results you should take them out of the freezer, remove the film lid, leave for ten minutes and then eat straight from the pot. I was expecting them to be tiny as most Weight Watchers products seem to be very small, and the box wasn't that big, so it was a bit bigger than I was expecting! But don't expect a massive dessert, because these tubs are probably around twice the size of a regular yoghurt pot (not Muller sized, but then not Petit Filous ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/01/10 (Very useful, 140 readings)
One of my New Years resolutions is to start eating better and get myself more toned up and healthier in the process so just before 2010 started I went shopping on the lookout for these so called "diet" foods as something to substitute my usual crappy foods. So Ill start this review by saying banoffee pie is my favourite desert of all time and I could eat it 24/7 so when I saw that Weight Watchers had their own version of this desert I simply had to try it and the fact that they were on offer for £1 in one of my local shops just sealed the deal for me. Part of the reason I like ordinary banoffe pies so much is because they are so sweet and for me they are the ... Read the complete review
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