Heinz Weight Watchers Baked Beans Reviews
Newest Review: ... one can would do us to share on toast one evening and the other would go with other things as part of a main meal. I feel ... more
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Heinz Weight Watchers Baked Beans 6x200g
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Last Update 06.03.2014 06:59
by - written on 12/10/13, updated on 14/10/13 (Very useful, 16 readings)
One of the things that I don't tend to buy very often is canned beans or spaghetti and the likes. However me and my boyfriend are not liking this cold weather we are having at the moment and my flat is freezing which means neither of us want to be in there cooking up storms for the time being. Add to that he's been working late and so really when he comes over all he wants to do for a while is slump. He's not a fussy eater and he'll eat virtually anything, me I'm weight conscious (and I have an eating disorder) so I do try to buy healthy stuff in. So the other day in a local discount store when I came across these Weightwatchers baked beans at only ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/10 (Very useful, 56 readings)
Weight Watchers Baked Beans from Heinz. Even when I am not dieting I tend to still buy these baked beans from the Weight Watchers range. The tin is packaged in the usual Weight Watchers plum colour with the Weight Watchers logo printed in bold lettering so you really can't miss them. The tin shows all the nutritional values, cooking instructions, storage information, dietary information and the ingredients so whatever you need to know is basically on the tin. A tin containing 415g gives you a calorific value of 272 per tin, which in turn gives you 136 calories per serving assuming you have only 1 serving which is half the tin, and in Weight ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/10 (Very useful, 51 readings)
We usually have Heinz beans but last week my mum brought a few tins of Weight Watchers baked beans because they was on special offer in the shop by me, I've never had this brand before but they're made by Heinz anyway so thought I'd try them last night on toast. The beans look the same as the ones in the Heinz tin, the sauce is a bit thinner and not as rich looking but I usually get rid of most of the sauce off them anyway so that doesn't bother me that much. They don't smell so strong of tomato and actually have got quite a faint taste, as the beans warm through they start looking a bit pale and I wasn't sure if I was going to like them much or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/04/10, updated on 10/04/10 (Very useful, 164 readings)
The UK has a fascination with Baked Beans that most other countries don't seem to understand - we eat tonnes of the stuff, more than anyone else in Europe. Available to us Brits since 1886, the little haricots are high in fibre and contain a variety of vitamins. It's not all good news though... however healthy they may appear, a regular can of beans contains a fair amount of sugar, meaning our little orange friends aren't an especially diet-friendly snack. Step forth 'Weight Watchers Baked Beans', a low sugar variety made by Heinz that contains only sixty-six calories per one hundred grams - but how do they taste? Price & Availability - - - - - - - - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
As I slowly begin to use more and more weight watcher products (because of my household) most of the time I don't even realise that its weight watchers. every now and again I like a good beans on toast and rather than go out and buy a Heinz baked beans I just use what's in our cupboard and it so happens to be weight watchers. Whenever I travel abroad be it Europe or America, baked beans doesn't seem to be that popular outside of the UK, don't get me wrong they have it they just aren't as keen as we are. This can is a very identifiable weight watchers product with its purple colour on the front and weight watchers logo to the left of the "baked ... Read the complete review
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