Weight Watchers Toffee and Vanilla Yoghurts Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Dessert / Yoghurts
Newest Review: ... vanilla flavoured yoghurts but I can eat one of these ones sometimes. The vanilla is quite a light flavour and not too ... more
by - written on 29/09/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I have a thing about yogurt. A pretty serious thing, and there's very little that will upset me more than discovering I have bought substandard yogurt and having to wait until next week to get more. Unfortunately, this has been happening rather frequently recently, what with the whole Tesco Yoo fiasco, and now again with my penny pinching ways in Morrisons. There I was, about to place 4 (exceedingly yummy) Morrisons toffee yogurts in my trolley, relying on the very very very very VERY long running offer of 4 for £1. Well. Imagine my devastation when I clocked that they were no longer 4 for £1, and coming in at 39p each! "This won't do", I thought to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/10 (Very useful, 22 readings)
I am a keen member of weightwatchers and find that it is the only diet that I can ever stick - even then I have my moments! Weight watchers is always a lot easier if you can buy low point products, particularly from their range as the points are clearly marked on all of the packaging. Trouble is a lot of their products can be almost double the price of indentical items. What I do is buy the things that will make a difference in points value, I do also like to try new products because if they taste a lot better then its worth it. I first tried these yoghurts last year when they were on a special offer at half price. They were still quite a bit more ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I picked up these Weight Watchers Toffee and Vanilla Yoghurts for 69p from Morrisons which I thought was good value for 4 low calorie yoghurts and with the lovely sweet flavours of toffee and vanilla to tempt me, I had to give them a try. As they had the added benefit of the 'Weight Watchers' logo, I guessed they'd be good for the old waistline which I'm trying to shrink so how could I possibly go wrong? The packaging is fairly standard for yoghurt packaging these days and consists of a cardboard sleeve around the four plastic yoghurt pots that are stuck together ready for 'snapping' apart. The yoghurts are 120g sized pots and in my opinion are a decent sized ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I've recently joined weightwatchers in an attempt to lose a bit of weight for the summer holidays so I'm loving the weight watcher range that specifies exactly how many points the product contains. After being pleasantly suprised by many of the products I thought I would give the toffee and vanilla yogurts a try, the fact they are made by yoplait also gave me confidence that they would be good!! The usual price is £1.38 for 4 pots, but they are usually on some sort of offer either reduced to £1 or buy one get one free etc. Each pot is 120g, 2 are vanilla flavour and 2 are toffee. I must admit at first I thought that they were all a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/03/10, updated on 30/03/10 (Very useful, 293 readings)
I'm a big fan of yogurt, always have been, always will be. It's one of those little sweet treat snacks that eases the need for sugary goods and tastes delightful without being heavy or causing me to bloat. There are so many yogurt products on the market from a vast array of brands that it is sometimes difficult to choose well and avoid high calorie yogurts. With Weight Watchers yogurts, I know exactly what I'm getting and how many points there are within the product without having to get my Weight Watchers points calculator out, or look the nutritional information up online before leaving the house. For those unaware of Weight Watchers - they are a company ... Read the complete review
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