Weight Watchers Rich Chocolate Dessert Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Dessert / Yoghurts
Description:Brand: Weight Watchers / Type: Other Desserts
Newest Review: ... am giving this product four stars instead of five due to the artificial sweetener included in the ingredients! The Weight ... more
by - written on 13/07/10, updated on 13/07/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
Although I'm not following a Weight Watchers plan at the moment, I am attempting to improve my snacking habits and this seems like a reliable brand that has a good variety of low fat and low calorie products. I saw these desserts in Tesco where they are currently available at the cost of £1.00 for a pack. The desserts come in a cardboard sleeve, and within that there are two individual desserts in plastic pots with a foil sealed lid. Each one is 70g and is the equivalent of 1 Weight Watchers point. You can see the dessert through the plastic packaging and they look very tempting! The design is simple and is easily recognisable as part of the Weight Watchers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/03/10 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Currently Weight Watchers seem to be expanding their range, along with several newly launched ready meals there is now a larger selection of snack foods than usual. One item I bought recently was this twin pack of Rich Chocolate Desserts which were on special offer in Tesco at the time and cost £1, the usual price will be £1.50 which I still consider reasonable for a delightful dessert such as this. Please do not buy this expecting a mousse, Weight Watchers have sold their brand of mousses for some time now - this is completely different. If you think of the chocolate dessert you'd find in a Cadbury's Twin Pot you'll be close; this is obviously not as rich ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/10 (Very useful, 76 readings)
I feel like I'm sullying my good name as a diehard chocoholic by admitting consumption of a faux chocolate diet product, but there we are. I did it. Judge me if you must! I wouldn't normally go near something like this. "Diet-friendly" chocolate is usually feeble at best, I find good old fashioned portion control a far superior and pleasing alternative. It is my poncey opinion that those who try and quell their chocolate-cravings with phoney stuff like this only leads to dissatisfaction and further yearning. Needless to say, these I would normally leave well alone. Occasionally however, I get curious. My mum had bought a pack and everytime ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/13, updated on 24/06/13 (Very useful, 105 readings)
~~The Product ~ 'Chemically speaking, chocolate really is the world's perfect food. Michael Levine, nutrition researcher'!~~ The desserts come packaged in a wraparound sleeve made of thin card board. That has all the relevant information such as nutritional values: Per 100g Per Pot Energy (kJ/kcal) 375kJ/ 263kJ/ 89kcal 62kcal Protein 3.5g 2.5g Carbohydrate 13.4g 9.4g of which sugars 10.1g 7.1g Fat 2.4g 1.7g of which saturates 1.5g 1.1g Fibre 1.4g 1.0g Sodium 0.06g 0.04g Salt Equivalent 0.2g 0.1g The sleeve protecting the inner tubs also gives a 'Description', 2 ProPoints value per ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/02/10 (Very useful, 173 readings)
I have been doing Weight Watchers online for a few weeks now and you may have noticed that a fair few of my reviews are on their products as I working my way through lots of their ready meals, sauces and desserts. I purchased this dessert from Asda where they are currently on offer at 2 for £2 along with a few other Weight Watchers Desserts. ~ Packaging & Instructions ~ These rich chocolate desserts are sold in packs of 2 70g pots. They are are found in the chilled section and come small clear plastic pots with foil lids and a cardboard outer packaging. The cardboard outer has a picture of a spoon full of the chocolate dessert with ... Read the complete review
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