Weight Watchers Sausages In Cider Gravy Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Ready Meals
Description:Brand: Weight Watchers / Type: Other Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... in one, and the mash in the other. It's covered with clear plastic and then encased in a cardboard sleeve, which features the ... more
by - written on 08/03/11 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Weightwatchers have a lot of ready meals - as someone who used to go to Weightwatchers I think making your own healthy food from scratch is much nicer, but I needed something quick one evening and didn't want to have anything too high fat. A lot of low fat meals seem to be pasta or rice-based which I'm getting a bit tired of, so I bought this as a wee change. It appealed to me due to the cold weather and seemed like comfort food. The meal comes in a black plastic tray with 2 compartments - 2 sausages and gravy in one, and the mash in the other. It's covered with clear plastic and then encased in a cardboard sleeve, which features the Weightwatchers logo and a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/10 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Weight Watchers Sausages In Cider Gravy 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. I have successfully managed to lose almost five pounds by giving up treats and eating healthy foods so am not trying to lose a couple more and then maintain the weight loss. 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 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/09 (Very useful, 677 readings)
Yesterday evening I was feeling quite peckish but as I was cooking a stew I knew my dinner was going to be some time away, after a quick look in the freezer I decided to cook up one of the Weight Watchers ready meals to fill the hole and help me avoid reaching for the biscuit tin. This meal is Sausages and Vegetable Mash in a Cider Gravy, which sounds lovely although from experience I know Weight Watchers meals can be a bit hit and miss. After cooking it forever, around 50 minutes, I put the meal onto my plate and was surprised at how nice it looked and smelled. There are two plump sausages and a small pile of orange/yellow mash with a rich ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/01/10 (Very useful, 53 readings)
This meal is one of the best from Weight Watchers I reckon, I'm not doing Weight Watchers but some of their meals are quite nice and I buy them to try and cut down on the fat I'm eating. This one is Sausages In Cider Gravy With Vegetable Mash and it's yummy. You get 2 thick sausages and quite a bit of mash and I think the meal is proper filling and wicked for a hot lunch in the cold weather we're having. It takes for ages to cook in the oven, you can do it in the microwave too and that still takes longer than most ready meals. When it was cooked I was happy with the portion of the meal, I'd done some peas up to go with it so it looked like more of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/02/11 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I have tried a few of the Weight Watchers meals and to be honest they can be a bit hit and miss. Often they are tasty but the portion sizes are just too small and you end up eating more in snacks than if you'd just eaten a normal meal in the first place. However, after seeing a few of the Weight Watchers ready meals on offer at Sainsburys I decided to put a couple in my trolley as they are useful to have in the freezer for when there's not much time to cook. Price: As I said, these are on offer at the moment, at £1.50 a meal they're pretty good as the ingrediants seem to be of good quality, especially compared to some other ready meals out there. Normally they ... Read the complete review
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