Weight Watchers Taste Temptations Eclairs Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... is definitely aimed at female chocolate lovers! The product displays the Weight Watchers logo but is actually produced by ... more
by - written on 03/08/10, updated on 06/08/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
I found these eclairs in the freezer of my local sainsbury's in march this year and have been hooked ever since. I was looking for a sweet treat to go with my lunch for fewer than 100kcal and these fit the bill perfectly. >Packaging< The eclairs come in a plastic tray within a cardboard box that I find a little bulky but fact it's recycleable wins the wrapping back a few brownie points. The boxes proudly displays the weightwatchers logo but as they are made by heinz and have an attractive picture of the product on a purple box they give the illusion of being indulgent. Instructions on storage and consumption are also very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/04/10, updated on 08/04/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I have been on the Weight Watchers eating plan for a few years now on and off. With 20 points available for me per day these are a great sweet dessert to enjoy without having to deal with the guilt. The appearance of these Belgian Eclairs are exactly what is displayed on the front of the box. They are just the right size without feeling sickly. Indulgent cream covered in flaky soft pastry and thick belgian chocolate smeared across the top. (My mouths watering just thinking of them). The rest of the box is the famous purple colour with the Weight Watchers logo on and Taste Temptations. If you are following the points plan then they are 1.5 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/03/10, updated on 13/03/10 (Very useful, 146 readings)
Boyfriend decided to "get healthy" recently so as well as purchasing a cross trainer he's also decided to make some changes to his diet. This included looking for the odd dessert type option that's fairly low in calories so when we spotted that these Weight Watchers eclairs were just 81 calories per eclair we decided to buy some and see what they were like. Packaging: These eclairs come inside a large box which is predominantly purple. The front show a picture of the eclairs and states that they are one and a half points on the Weight Watchers diet and that they contain 81 calories. The back of the box lists the defrost ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/10 (Very useful, 112 readings)
When it is time for pudding all the best intentions of dieting can fly out of the window. Convincing myself that my low fat strawberry yogurt is as yummy as everyone else's delicious looking desserts can be depressing and can lead to over-indulgence that I will regret later. Before Christmas I had several occasions when I knew that people would be at my house and I would be serving desserts of various types so I looked around for something that would appear acceptable but wouldn't tempt me to eat too much. On a visit to Tesco I searched around the frozen section and spotted the Taste Temptations Belgian Chocolate Éclairs from the Weightwatchers from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/07/09 (Very useful, 37 readings)
"But I'm on a diet, I can't eat cakes!". These are words never to be heard from a weightwatcher! There are plenty of cakes available in the weightwatchers range and I like most of them so thought the éclairs were worth a try. The Éclairs come in a package of 6, with the éclairs in a plastic tray to keep them upright. You will find them in the frozen desserts section of the supermarket. The choux pastry tastes just as nice as the real deal and is not soggy, despite the product being frozen and the cream does not taste artificial which I often find in low fat cakes. The chocolate topping is really chocolate icing, so don't expect real ... Read the complete review
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