Weight Watchers Chicken & Lemon Risotto Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Weight Watchers / Type: Chicken
Newest Review: ... where possible. This was my first experience in buying anything frozen from Weight Watchers (although I had previously tried ... more
by - written on 08/05/10 (Very useful, 149 readings)
I do find Weight watchers products can be very hit and miss but I do love lemon flavouring in food so decided to give Heinz Weight watchers chicken and Lemon risotto as try. I do think that the way to lose weight is not to rely on ready meals and home cooking can work out much lower in calories but these are convenient and good for the occasional meal when you don't need to put much thought into counting your calories. The packaging is clearly on the purple weight watchers packaging with a plate full of the risotto which did look very appetising. The pack cost me £1.75 from Iceland and this was for a 330g pack. The dish contains 5 1/2 weight watcher ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/10 (Very useful, 45 readings)
After booking my summer holiday a few weeks ago I finally have some motivation to lose a couple of pounds. I have been making the effort to eat healthy which for the most part has meant cooking from scratch and eating lots of fish and veg. I havn't found cutting down on chocolate and biscuits too difficult, the real struggle for me is the temptation to just get a takeaway on those long days when I really cannot be bothered cooking. To try to avoid this I have been trying out several different 'healthy' ready meals so that I can have something relatively healthy in the freezer for those days when I just cannot be bothered. Most of these ready meals have turned out to be .. Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
Weight Watchers Chicken & Lemon Risotto Description: Manufacturer: Weight Watchers / Type: Ready Meal Like so many of us, I managed to eat and drink far too much over the festive season. Unfortunately, this has meant that or the last few weeks, I have been trying to shift those few extra pounds. One of the best ways for me to do this is avoid snacking of course, but because I work shifts, this isn't always easy. I find that far too often, I eat the wrong things at the wrong times, so the best way to prevent this is to make sure that I have a decent and fulfilling meal, which helps stop me reaching for snacks ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/02/10 (Very useful, 47 readings)
Weight Watchers (from Heinz) Chicken and Lemon Risotto is an unusual product, now I'm a huge fan of weight watchers meals and eat them regularly if I'm on a diet or not (if I'm not on a diet I'll have one so I can have a few cakes later in the evening) but I couldn't quite get my taste buds around this particular meal. It's not that the product was horrible in fact I quite enjoyed it, I'm just not sure why. The risotto was extremely lemony (with lemon zest the pack informs) a bit too lemony for my tastes, the risotto itself was sticky and stuck to the roof of your mouth as you would expect (its how my home made ones turn out) and had peas and peppers as well ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/10 (Very useful, 121 readings)
With the New Year came another enrollment at Weight Watchers, I haven't been sticking to the plan for several months so the inevitable weight gain wasn't too much of a shock. What was a shock, however, was learning to moderate my eating to fit in with my daily points allowance. One ready meal which has been heaven sent for me is this Chicken & Lemon Risotto from the Weight Watchers frozen meal range. It costs almost £2 so is midway thought the range price wise, but the flavour and satisfaction of eating this meal makes it worth it's weight in gold. As you would guess from the name, this is a chicken risotto flavoured with lemon. It cooks in ... Read the complete review
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