Weight Watchers Berry Fruits fromage frais Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Weight Watchers / Type: Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... members of the family covet this flavour and are more than happy to take it off my hands! I am slightly concerned about the ... more
by - written on 18/05/10 (Very useful, 146 readings)
Ok, I'll actually only be reviewing two of these in terms of taste as Boyfriend has snaffled the other two. For the sake of information and completeness I will include the relevant ingredients and nutritional information for the other two flavours. Packaging: The 4 x 100g pots of Weight Watchers Layered Fromage Frais come in a cardboard "sleeve". On the top there's the Weight Watchers logo, a picture of a spoon with some fromage frais on it and various fruits that are in the pots. We're also told that each pot has a value of 1 point on the Weight Watchers diet. The bottom of the sleeve contains the usual ingredients, allergy advice ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Four years ago I lost 2 and a half stone through the Weight Watchers plan and during that time I bought quite a few products from Weight Watchers' food range. I still like to buy some of their products now and these layered fromage frais are my favourite. A pack contains four fromage frais, each one a different flavour. In the case of the berry fruits pack the flavours are Blackberry, Cherry, Forest Fruits and Raspberry. The pots are smaller than a yoghurt but big enough for a delicious snack or pudding. Through the semi transparent pot you can see the layer of fruit compote beneath the fromage frais. The layer of fruit compote is about 20% of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/11/09 (Very useful, 64 readings)
I have just enjoyed one of the most delicious fruit fromage frais desserts that I have ever had, and I have to tell you it is one from the Weight Watchers range. I know very little about Weight Watchers but I do know that I could easily afford to lose a few pounds. These Weight Watchers fruity fromage frais desserts were in the chiller at my local discount store and I paid just 60p for the four. To be honest I wasn't totally convinced about them and it was one product that I was in no particular hurry to test. There are four Weight Watchers berry fruits layered fromage frais in each pack, each pot contains 100g of dessert and the fat free fruity ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/09 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Introduction I am very partial to eating sweet desserts, sometimes indulging just a little too often!!! I however was shopping in Tesco recently and while purchasing my usual yogurts to keep my son happy I noticed a selection of weight watchers fromage frais on promotion so decided that instead of my usual profiteroles and chocolate cake that I would buy these instead. Well it is coming up to the summer holidays and losing a few pounds will not do me any harm. I am past the stage of wearing bikinis however I prefer to have as few lumps and bumps in my swimming costume as possible!!!! This package of four pots of the dessert only cost me £1 and although I am ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/12 (Very useful, 28 readings)
I eat yogurt / fromage frais on a daily basis and usually end up buying a variety of different brands and flavours to prevent me from getting bored of them. Weightwatchers Berry Fruit Fromage Frais are one of my fail-safe options, and I tend to buy a multipack of them at least every few weeks. These yogurts come as a four-pack and can be found in most major supermarkets. I shop in Tescos and have noticed that they have increased substantially in price recently - I used to buy them for £1 but now they usually cost £1.50. For this reason, I tend to wait until they're on offer before buying them. The pack includes four flavours of fromage frais: ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Weight Watchers Berry Fruits f ...
Weight Watchers Banoffee Flavour Dessert Whip - Popular flavours available, quick and easy to make, great if on a diet. Very slim packaging makes it hard to find on the shop shelf
Weight Watchers Apple Crumble Slices - Low fat, tasty snack, appley Not REALLY crumble
Weight Watchers Choc Profiterole Desserts - Tastes like a normal dessert. Not on offer.
Weight Watchers Choc Top Desserts - Real chocolate layer. Everything else!
|More products in Dessert / Yoghurts|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Weight Watchers Strawberry & Cream Whip|
Price, time it takes to prepare,
Has not got a lot of flavour
|Tesco Light Choices Mandarin Cheesecake|
Bargain price, good size, low fat/cal, delicious flavour
Mandarin segments can be a bit 'soggy'
|The Fabulous Bakin' Boys Limited Edition Cup Cakes|
Attractively packaged, very light sponge, good overall flavour (albeit latent)
Very synthetic tasting, over-packaged, toppings seem unreal and don't taste authentic
|Tesco Value Strawberry Whip|
Quick to make and nice to eat
High calorific value
|Mr Kipling The Big French Fancy Cake|
attractive, reasonable price
|Asda Low Fat Hazelnut Yoghurt|
|Tesco Duo Mix Peach and Apricot Yoghurt||Tesco Finest Lemon Curd Yoghurt|
Nice lemon taste; Thick and creamy
Weird flavour; Not refreshing
|Asda Bramley Apple Crumble|
Very good pudding at a very good price.
Calories, fat and sugar . .