Weight Watchers Shepherd's Pie Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Food
Description:Manufacturer: Weight Watchers / Type: Pies
Newest Review: ... product contains less than 2% fat and just 186 kcals - and for those following the Weight Watchers diet plan, it also gives ... more
Customer Weight Watchers Shepherd's Pie Reviews (7)
by - written on 11/02/10 (Very useful, 110 readings)
This is the third in my recent series of reviews for Weight Watchers frozen meals, and this Shepherd's Pie comes sliding into middle place: better than the unpleasant Chicken Curry, but not as nice as the lovely Beef Hotpot. I am not actually following the Weight Watchers points system, but for those of you who are I can tell you that this meal will cost you just four points. For those of you who like me are just watching your weight by keeping track of fat and calories, I can let you know that this contains only 220 calories, 3.7 grams of sugar and 7.5 grams of fat. This is very low in calories for a main meal although admittedly the fat content is higher ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/01/10 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Knowing that I'd probably over-indulge over the festive period I thought I'd be a bit canny last year & stocked up on several Weightwatcher's Ready Meals as they were on offer at £1 each at Iceland. Oh dear what a disappointment some of them turned out to be! To be fair on Weightwatcher's I knew what I was letting myself in for & wasn't expecting anything that tasted anything like home-made nor particularly filling but was looking forward to something nice which meant I didn't have to spend even more time in the kitchen. The box has a mouthwateringly good picture on the front & is clearly marked with the calories (186), it tells me that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/11/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
I brought this Shepherd's Pie in Cool Trader, it was 79p and I thought that was a good price for a Weight Watchers meal because they're dearer than that in the supermarket. I'm trying to eat a bit healthier between now and Xmas so thought it wouldn't hurt to replace my usual selection of ready meals for lower fat ones. I love Shepherd's Pie and there's not many that I don't like, unfortunately I didn't like this one and that's because there's hardly any flavour in it and the mince filling is a mixture of too soft and gristly meat. There's loads more potato than filling and to make things worse the potato tastes like instant mash, it's got that dry ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/11 (Very useful, 92 readings)
For those of us who are constantly on a diet, the constant battle to find convenience food which is tasty and yet also low calorie and low fat is a pain in the bum! I think, over the years, I have tried all of the Weight Watchers range of convenience foods - some of which has been fine, but some of which I have rejected. Unfortunately, Weight Watchers Shepherd's Pie is one of those products which I have rejected because, but quite frankly, it really isn't very good at all! In terms of price, the Shepherd's Pie cost just £1 from Morrisons. It came frozen and was to be cooked from frozen, either in the microwave or in the oven (for best results, I would say ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
Around this time of year I often start to watch what I eat because I know the summer holidays are fast approaching and I want to look half decent when I go away on the beach. This is the second Weight Watchers ready meal I have tried. The first was spaghetti bolognese, which I really enjoyed so I was quite looking forward to this. It's very easy and convenient to cook and you have the choice placing it in the oven for 40-45 minutes or popping it in the microwave. As this only takes 7-8 minutes depending on your microwave, I decided to go for this option. My first impressions were that it looked quite nice. I found with the spaghetti ... Read the complete review
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