“ Type: Yoghurts „
These are a great taste and the variety of fruits is excellent. Sometimes you expect with a 'slimming' product that flavour is sacrificed but these are absolutely yummy. In fact my one complaint is size - each pot is 120 grams but one just isn't enough to satisfy me - so I usually find myself a few minutes later guiltily in the fridge taking out another one. This raises my consumption from 49 calories to 98 calories. I can't help wondering if they made the portion just a little bit bigger perhaps I could stop at 75 calories?
Another positive is that the supermarkets seem to have these as special offers quite often which makes for good value. A negative though, (surprising in this day and age), is that as far as I can see the recycling symbol is only on the cardboard sleeve and not on the individual pots - which makes it ambiguous whether the plastic actually is recyclable as well as the outer packaging
I am currently trying to lose a little bit of weight ready for my summer holiday in Cyprus so decided to replace my sugary sweet treats for a healthier yogurts.
I have never liked the weightwatchers range as they always seem to contain a lot of saturated fat, which I know is not as important in the weight watchers diet, but I prefer to keep my eye on my saturated fat levels. Anyway I was looking in the supermaket for a yoghurt that has a lower level of saturated fat but there was not a single product that I wouldn't feel guity about eating until my boyfriend passed me a pack of these weight watchers summer fruit yoghurts. I was very suprised to see that they only contain 0.1 grams of saturated fat per youghurt!
The pack contains four yoghurts, Strawberry, Raspberry, Black cherry and Peach. Each yoghurt has real fruit peices in them. These are not too big nor too small (I am quite weird with lumps in my food) so enjoy eating these. The yoghurts are really creamy and all taste lovely especially the Black Cherry. They all left me feeling full up and fixed my sugar cravings.
I brought this pack from Morrisons for one pound! I think that this is an extremly good price for yoghurts as they all seem to be very expensive.
I would recommend these yoghurts to everyone, just because they are weight watchers doesn't mean that they don't taste as good as other leading brands.
I bought these yogurts as they were on special....BOGOF. I don't usually go for weight watchers food as I think they are a bit of a con, and if you look at the labeling a lot of the time you can find something as nutritionally good if not better for a cheaper price. However as I say there was nothing cheaper on the shelf and therefore I gave these a try.
The pot itself is 120G and is only 1 weight watchers point per pot (whatever that means). 58 calories and only 0.1g saturated fat per pot means it is a fairly healthy snack and therefore quite a good snack by itself or even better on fruit which is the way I usually have it.
The consistency itself is quite nice, thick and creamy however I don't think it is particularly flavoursome and this goes for all of the different flavours. The yogurt just doesn't really taste of anything. There are chunks of fruit in it however they are not very big and seem a bit squidgy. Some other brands of yogurts are much more chunky and when you take a bite you don't just get mush it actually feels like proper fruit. The bits in this yogurt felt old and not very fresh and so I did not really enjoy these yogurts at all. The tastes just don't vary, the strawberry tasted like the raspberry to me.
I was disappointed in this product, they were ok however there are certainly better yogurts on the market and will not be buying these again even if they are on offer.
Weight Watchers Summer Fruit Yoghurts:
I bought these last week as I was tempted by their flavours and the fact that they are fat free. I am not really one to choose healthy food over unhealthy food but I was pleasantly surprised by these. They are manufactured by Weight Watchers but you do not necessarily have to be on a diet to have them- I realy enjoyed them!
The packaging has actually changed from the above DooYoo image. It is now a lot more colourful and it has a lovely image on the cardboard sleeve which looks fruity and very yummy. The yoghurts come in individual 120g pots which I think is just enough to be honest. I ate one of these every day last week and I thought they were so nice I have bought some more- maybe it will help me lose weight!
Per pot there is 58 calories and 0.1g of saturated fat- that is brilliant there is also one weight watchers point per pot which is also brilliant. I did go on the diet many months ago now and 1 point is minimal.
In this pack of four there is 4 different flavours:
My favourite flavour is definately black cherry. The yoghurts are thick and creamy which is quite unbelievable because it has so few calories in it! They are doing these for £1.00 at the moment in supermarkets and they also sell these in little convenience stores too!
The only bad thing I would say about these yoghurts is that you can only get four packs which is disappointing as that is not enough for the family!
Thanks for reading.
I have recently jumped onto the Weight Watchers band wagon in support of my mother and must admit that I was terrified at the prospect of eating (what I thought would be) terrible, grainy food for the forseeable future.
However, I picked these yoghurts up from Tesco (on offer for 4 for £1) and was very impressed on discovering that they were only worth 1 Weight Watchers point, when my daily allowance was 19 Weight Watchers points.
These yoghurts are great for mid morning munchies and for a quick snack after dinner to satisfy those cravings for something sweet.
Although these yoghurts aren't the most delicious and creamy I've ever had, I can't say that I would expect much more given how low they are in fat. In general, I think these yoghurts are great for sweet cravings as they're rich in flavour and are definitely a better idea than chocolate for all Weight Watchers aficionados!
Everybody thinks Weight Watchers foods are just for people who diet but they can do some really tasty stuff like their yogurts range for example...
The one I am reviewing today is 'Summer Fruit Yogurts' which are described as thick and fruity and come in four different flavours - strawberry, raspberry, black cherry and peach.
These come with an outer cardboard wrapper and four square pots with one flavour in each.
Each pot weighs 120g and the contents are made with sugar and sweeteners.
The calories are brilliant at 58 calories per pot or less depending on the flavour, and cost £1.38 on BOGOF at Morrisons recently.
There is usually a few weeks use by date on the product so that's good for having a quick dessert or snack straight from the fridge.
Yoplait make these in France and the points per dessert are pointed on the back of the wrapper:
Strawberry and raspberry are only half a point each and are 48 and 49 calories each.
Peach and Black Cherry are one point each and are 56 and 58 calories each.
The fat content is about 0.1g and the sugars are 8.8g at the highest point; the allergy advice is that there is milk in them and they are gluten free.
These desserts are really low in fat of course but are very tasty too, very surprisingly fruity and rich each variety!
All have pieces of fruit in them and are lovely colours and thick in texture too. They seem really natural and good for you, just as good as normal yogurts in fact...
Five stars even though I'm not on a diet, lol!
I bought these when I was looking for some good value yoghurts to have as a tasty treat each day. These were on offer at Somerfield, 2 packs for £2.50, which seemed to be the best deal there.
You get 4 yoghurts in the pack; Black Cherry, Peach, Raspberry, and Strawberry. There is a cardboard sleeve around the pots which has all the nutritional information on it. Take this off and you can see that the pots are stuck together, like with most of these types of yoghurt pot, you simply snap them apart.
The pots are 120g each, which I do think is a nice amount for a yoghurt. It's not a huge helping, but just enough for a nice little snack or a quick dessert after a meal. The lids peel off easily and they don't splat yoghurt everywhere when you open them.
Each yoghurt has bits of fruit in, and the yoghurt is not a set yoghurt, but is of a lovely smooth texture. They're quite thin in consistency, but not too much so. All of the yoghurts are delicious, with a lovely creamy flavour to them, as well as the relevant fruit flavour. The black cherry one is nice and sweet and not in the slightest bit bitter like I find some cherry yoghurts can be. The raspberry is creamy and sweet, with just a touch of tartness, just like raspberries should be. The strawberry one is my favourite, lovely and sweet with gorgeous little pieces of strawberry in it, and it tastes really fresh and fruity. And finally the peach, which tastes really fruity and fresh but not too strong, and not artificial tasting like many peach yoghurts.
As for nutritional value, these are pretty good. The Black Cherry yoghurt gives you only 58 calories, 8.8g of sugar, and 0.1g of fat. All the other flavours have lower values than the Black Cherry. It also states on the front of the pack that one pot is equal to 1 Weight Watchers point, so if you're following the weight watchers plan it's easy to keep track of what you're eating.
I'm really enjoying these yoghurts, and considering how low in calories and fat they are I think I'll be buying them more often as a tasty low-fat snack.
These yoghurts are currently being offered in my local Tesco for 74pence and for that price I thought I would give them a try. The yoghurts come in four flavours strawberry, raspberry, black cherry and peach. Each yoghurt pot contains 120g of yoghurt which amounts to 59 calories and o.1g of saturated fat. For those who follow the weight watchers programme one yoghurt pot equals one point.
The yoghurts themselves are found in the chilled dairy section and therefore should be kept in the fridge. Ideally they should be served chilled. However I have used them with my packed lunch where they are packed in the morning and not eaten until lunch time. This 3-4 hours out of the refrigerator means they are not as cold but in my opinion it has not impinged or affected my enjoyment of the product.
The yogurts themselves are very tasty and enjoyable. I have been pleasantly surprised by the quality. For instance the peach yoghurt which has a light gold colour has a decent amount of juicy peach pieces included in it which added to my overall enjoyment of the product.
Overall based on the price and the quality I would be happy to recommend this product and they make a healthy and tasty addition to any packed lunch.
I was most impressed by these yoguarts which I bought from tesco as they were on special offer buy one get one free. This got me 8 yoghurts for just £1.49.
A pack consists of 4 individual yoghurts. They are 120g and the 4 different flavours are: Strawberry, Raspberry, Black Cherry and Peach.
The only one I did not like was the Peach. It is not that there is anything wrong with it it is just because I do not like Peach. I can imagine that it is just as nice as the others though.
The first one I had was the Strawberry (it is my favourite). I pulled the lid off and was expecting it to be very runny with not much fruit in but I was very surprised. It was thick and creamy with lots of fruit bits in it. It left a refreshing taste in my mouth for a long time after.
They are all fat free and have 58 calories (or less).
The black cherry and peach provide 1 weight watchers point per pot
The Strawberry and Raspberry have 1/2 a weight watchers point per each pot.
These are very tasty snacks to have and low in fat. I have them for breakfast and for supper.
I'm a huge fan of yoghurt and have taken recently to eating it every day for breakfast on top of cereal and fruit instead of milk.
I normally prefer Mullerlights but I cannot justify the cost of them at the moment, so I've been on the lookout for a low fat tasty alternative that will fill the hole but not lighten my wallet too much.
This is where Weight Watchers come in, I was browsing in my local Asda at the weekend during the usual weekly groceries shop wondering which brand of yoghurt to try now that Mullerlights cost almost the same as a small house.
I need to keep a tight reign on the purse strings as we have a reduced income at the moment so I like to buy things on offer. I was therefore thrilled to find Weight Watchers Summer fruit yoghurts on offer at £1 per pack of 4, instead of around £1,50. I bought one pack to try as well as one of the toffee and vanilla variety, here I'm going to review the Summer Fruits ones.
The proof as they say is in the eating and I was very impressed with these yoghurts, I had the peach one for breakfast this morning with my usual Weetabix. On peeling off the lid I was met with a rather pale looking yoghurt laced with chunky pieces of peach, I didnt think much of the appearance and was concerned the flavour wouldnt be great either. I was surprised however, the yoghurt has a slight hint of vanilla with strong overtones of peach. It's tangy and smooth at the same time and doesnt leave any lingering aftertastes.
I was surprised to find the yoghurts are so healthy, they each contain less than 60 calories each (the peach one I had this morning has only 56) yet they taste creamy and smooth and more indulgent than they are. The fat content is very low, around 3% and they are also a good source of calcium. Ideal if you're watching your weight and dont like to eat cheese or much milk.
These yoghurt are sold in packs of 4 pots, a good size to fit in the fridge. The pots are rounded with no sharp corners so I would have no worries about giving one of these to children or someone with dexterity issues. The lids are plastic and tear easily from the pot without leaving bits behind, something I hate when I'm in a hurry in the mornings.
I'm impressed with these yoghurts and would recommend them to anyone given their low calorie content and (current) low cost.
Four yoghurt flavours: Strawberry, Raspberry, Black Cherry, Peach.