Weight Watchers Caramel Crunch Dessert Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Weight Watchers / Type: Other Desserts
Newest Review: ... for 5 pro points as opposed to the 3 old points that remains printed on most packaging at the moment. This dessert is a ... more
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Weight Watchers from Heinz 2 Caramel Crunch Desserts 4x178g
Layers of caramel mousse and custard on a toffee sponge covered i ...
Last Update 07.12.2013 14:41
by - written on 12/01/11 (Very useful, 144 readings)
A life-long weight-watcher, but on a low points level, I never really paid any attention to Weight-Watchers dessert range- with just 18 old points a day a 3 point dessert was never really an option. However, new year, and pro-points have allowed this product to come into my life, and boy am I thankful!! I found these on offer in Sainsbury's at 2 for £3 (so 4 desserts). Put into pro-points these account for 5 pro points as opposed to the 3 old points that remains printed on most packaging at the moment. This dessert is a fairly good frozen dessert option for someone on the go because unlike the cheesecake, this dessert requires just 10 minutes out of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/09 (Very useful, 101 readings)
I am not a Weight Watcher but my mum is so we have loads of their desserts in as they are generally lovely! One such pudding is their 'Caramel Crunch' from Heinz which comes boxed in two for around £1.39 unless on special offer. Each dessert weighs 89g and comes in a little plastic pot with a sealed film lids on it. These sweets are taken straight from the freezer to defrost for at room temperature for 20 minutes and then you can tuck in! Containing 3 points or 174 calories each for those who are counting, this includes a hefty 23.5g of sugar but a lot less 2.6g of fats per one. You can understand why they are so glucose sweet ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/09 (Very useful, 39 readings)
Weight watchers are a diet company who supply products suitable for the WeightWatchers diet. One of their products are the caramel crunch desserts. They can be found in all supermarkets such as Tesco, Asda, Waitrose etc as well as being able to be ordered from Weight Watchers themselves either online or over the phone. Often they can be found in little newsagents and petrol stations however not very often. They are part of a large range of WW cakes and pastries. They come in a box of 2 and each cake weighs roughly 85g. For a diet product, especially a dessert I think that this is quite a good weight and doesn't seem like its skimping too much. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/05/09 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I recently bought a box of these desserts while they were on special offer in Asda at £1 a box. The picture on the box was what caught my eye, I have a real sweet tooth where anything caramel is concerned and these looked deliciously dripping in caramel and very tasty. As they were 3 points per dessert I figured that these would be a nice, indulgent treat when I have had a day of particularly harsh point counting. For non weight watchers the nutritional info away from the points content is 174 calories and 1.6g of saturated fat per pot so either way this is a much healthier dessert than a standard bowl of ice cream for example. The desserts require ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/11/08 (Very useful, 372 readings)
Hubby and I have been chopping wood for our log burner this morning and needed something quick for lunch that we could just pop into the oven. I grabbed oven chips, Kiev's for Dave and crispy pancakes for me out of the freezer and noticed that there was a box of Weight Watchers desserts lurking beneath. I figured that we had done enough work to deserve them so I fetched them out to defrost. The item in question is Weight Watchers from Heinz Caramel Crunch Desserts. I had purchased these when I last did my shopping in Asda and they cost me £1.37 for a box containing two individual desserts so that's 68.5p per dessert. You can tell I'm an accountant ... Read the complete review
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