Weight Watchers Lasagne Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Weight Watchers / Type: Lasagne
Newest Review: ... in colour and there is a photograph of the meal on there as well as being told what it is and who it is by, we are told that ... more
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by - written on 14/06/11 (Very useful, 75 readings)
I have lost 5 stone over the past 8 months (I still have about another 4 to go!) and one of the ranges of prepared foods I have found useful during this time is the Weight Watchers range. I am not actually following a Weight Watchers plan - instead I am currently doing the low calorie and low fat traditional diet, but as the Weight Watchers plan follows the same principles, I have found their range of foods to be useful to have in the freezer for when I can't be bothered to cook. The Weight Watchers Lasagne is one of the dishes I have tried. It cost me £1.39 from my local Co-Op store which, for a meal, is very reasonable. I generally have some salad with it ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/10 (Very useful, 26 readings)
Personally, I don't follow the Weight Watchers diet plan, but enjoy Weight Watchers ready meals anyway. The lasagne is usually in the region of £1.50 if you buy them individually, but you can often get them on offer for something like 5 for £5, so they work out at around £1 each, which I think is decent value. The lasagne isn't one of my favourites from the Weight Watchers range. I am a massive fan of lasagne itself, but find that my own homecooked one is usually far better than you would get in a ready meal! However, I tried the lasagne for convenience, and as with other lasagne ready meals, it was a little watery and bland. The portion size is ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/02/10 (Very useful, 114 readings)
I need something quick and easy to take to work when I work lates as I find a sandwich just doesn't cut it as a dinner for me. We only have a microwave or kettle so options are a bit limited, so when I found this Weight watchers lasagne in Iceland for just £1.00, I thought I would give it a try. First impressions - It comes in the usual purple box, it is made by Heinz for Weight watchers and this is clearly stated on the front of the box. It also shows a picture of what the lasagne should look like when it is ready, I thought this was a good idea and it looked quite appealing to me. Also on the box there are clear boxes showing the fat, calorie and points ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
The Weight Watchers Beef Lasagne is a product from the frozen ready meal section of your supermarket. I was tempted to try it this week as it was on offer this week (£1.00 compared to the usual £1.45) in my local Tesco, and I am desperate to shed a few pounds so that I do not look too much like a christmas pudding when I tuck in to my christmas pudding. At just 253 calories and only 4.5 weight watcher points, this is a really good way to have a hot lunch without piling on the pounds. The reason I say lunch, is because with only 300g of lasagne in the box, I am not sure it would fill me up at dinner time. This is fewer calories than most sandwiches (or the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/11/09 (Very useful, 63 readings)
A low fat ready meal lasagne, part of the Weight Watchers points range. Packaging The meal comes boxed as is easily recognisable as a Weight Watchers meal with the signature purple band on the left of the box, on the right a picture of the lasagne. The meal itself is in a microwave able plastic tray with a film lid. The box clearly shows the nutritional information of the meal both in grams and in weight watchers points for those on the programme. Cooking The meal can be microwaved in 9mins or oven cooked in 40mins. For either method the film lid is removed and the meal placed straight in the oven or microwave, nothing else ... Read the complete review
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