Weight Watchers Spicy Chicken Oval Pizza Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Ready Meals
Newest Review: ... is extremely appetising, try as I might I simply cannot spot any of the chilli flakes that Weight Watchers assure me have ... more
by - written on 12/04/10 (Very useful, 74 readings)
I have never been terribly fond of the Weight Watchers range of pizza as to my tastebuds they never actually taste like pizza, I have taken to making my own should the urge for pizza strike - although to be honest this doesn't happen often as I have never been a big pizza lover. This Spicy Chicken Pizza Oval, however, is extremely tasty. It still doesn't taste or feel like you're eating a pizza, but the flavours work very well together and the overall experience of eating one is very pleasant. It's rather small, I would estimate the size of this pizza is roughly the size of a large pitta bread. The base is very thin and crisps up nicely at the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/02/10 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Having previously tried the Weight Watchers Ham and Pineapple oval I was excited to see another flavour shop up in my local freezer shop. At 79p they seemed a decent price, although they go for £1.39 in the supermarket. These aren't huge pizzas like you'd normally gey, but a small oval about the size of a pitta bread. At only 232cals the pizza is very low on calories, and you can afford to stick a large salad on the side or even some low fat chips or garlic bread to bulk out the meal. I have a pretty small appetite, and it wasn't even enough for me. Where the ham and pineapple pizza oval seemed to have a lot of toppings, this one was much more ... Read the complete review
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