Weight Watchers Chocolate & Vanilla Mousse Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... plastic pot of mousse is 80g, and they come in a cardboard container with the logo and nutritional info on them. Pretty ... more
by - written on 18/11/09, updated on 18/11/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I'm not a big fan of most desserts as I tend to find them a bit sickly on the whole. Every now and again though, I can't resist picking up the odd one while doing the shopping, and these are usually my preferred choice if they're available. ***What are they?*** As the name suggests, these desserts contain a combination of belgian chocolate and vanilla in a mousse format. They come in packs of two, and each dessert comes in its own indidivual plastic pot, which is transparent so you can get a good idea of what to expect before you start eating. The top half of the desert is the vanilla mousse, while the chocolate mousse sits underneath that so it's ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/07/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
I'm not on a Weight Watchers programme, and never have been, but I'm always tempted to try new products that claim to be lower fat/cals. This is partially because I think most of the branded products either taste like poop and/or are a total rip-off. These mousses unfortunately will be added to my list of avoidances, which is a shame because they looked so delicious and tempting. I came across these Weight Watchers mousses in Tesco last week, and after walking past them 3 days in a row I decided to give into temptation. I was reluctant to buy them at first as a pack of two costs 99p, and I've bought Tesco's own make mousses before at under 80p for a pack of 6. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/08/12 (Very useful, 116 readings)
I am currently on WeightWatchers - I reached my goal weight a month or so ago but I am continuing to stick to the plan as I enjoy it and I find I eat far better. I buy quite a few products from the WW food range still because I find it convenient to have something that has all the points already worked out. PACKAGING These pots of vanilla and chocolate mousse come in packs of 2. Each plastic pot of mousse is 80g, and they come in a cardboard container with the logo and nutritional info on them. Pretty boring really! APPEARANCE The mousse itself is quite bubbly. The chocolate is at the bottom and makes up about 3/4 of the pot. It is topped ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/10 (Very useful, 12 readings)
I bought a couple of packs of these chocolate and vanilla mousse from Tesco as they were on offer, two for £2.50 which seemed a pretty good deal. I'm watching what I eat so with these having only 106 calories in them they're good to have after dinner at night. If you are following the Weight Watcher's programme you will find that these are worth 2 Points per pot. The two plastic 80g pots have a cardboard wrapper which has a modern design with all the relevant information clearly displayed. The pots themselves have a foil top which is easily removed and does not tear, leaving you having to pick off lots of little bits. Being a mousse they're very light. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/10 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I saw these on offer in the supermarket this week, 2 mousse for £1 and decided to give them a go. I do love chocolate, but am currently trying to watch my weight so these seemed like a great after dinner treat at only 106 calories. Each mousse comes in quite a tall clear tub, and has a chocolate layer with a thinner vanilla mousse layer on top. I first tried the vanilla layer and all I can say is I was not impressed. It tasted very artificial, and was oddly yellow. I ended up binning this layer and moving on to the mousse. I must have saved at least 30 of those calories by throwing out 1/3 of the mousse! The chocolate layer is better, ... Read the complete review
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