Weight Watchers Clear Chicken Noodle Soup Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Sauces / Soups
Newest Review: ... a photograph of a bowl of the soup shown and we are clearly what it is and who it is by, told that it only contains 1 ... more
by - written on 12/10/13 (Very useful, 20 readings)
One thing that I love is soup. Its getting colder and when my boyfriend isn't here I really can't be bothering to cook for just myself so for tea some nights I like a nice, big bowl of soup and some bread to dip in it and recently in a discount store I came across a few different things by Weightwatchers for 50p a can and so I bought some. I am quite familiar with Weightwatchers products considering I followed the plan a few years back to lose some weight and remember rather liking them and so when I saw this Chicken Noodle Soup I decided to grab a can for me tea that night! The Packaging: The can is mainly purple in colour and has a photograph of a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/03/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I found a tin of Weight Watchers Chicken Noodle Soup in the cupboard yesterday and remembered that I like chicken noodle soup so warmed it up for my lunch. Chicken noodle soup is usually low fat anyway so I didn't worry about what Weight Watchers were going to do to it! lol It's proper naff though, the worst chicken noodle soup I've EVER tried! It even looks horrible when you open the tin because it's got a proper dirty look to it and it looks like the soup has settled in the bottom of the tin because you can't see any noodles or anything floating in the soup. I warmed it up in the saucepan to make sure it kept it's flavour properly but I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/02/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
The saying goes 'Pigs might fly' well i think my chicken certainly did. I have just had a bowl of the Clear Chicken Noodle Soup from the Weight Watchers range for my lunch. I am desperately trying to lose some weight after the festive period and i really do quite enjoy the soups from this range so didn't think twice about paying money out for this one. The can is in the usual Weight Watchers plum coloured tin, it shows a lovely thick chicken coloured liquid on the picture and contains 295g of soup, just enough i thought for one person for a light lunch. I opened the tin via the little ring-pull on the top of the tin, this is a very handy feature ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/10 (Very useful, 28 readings)
Weight Watchers Clear Chicken Noodle Soup Description: Soup. As anyone who has read any of my earlier reviews will know, I am trying to lose a little weight. I have managed to put on almost 5 pounds over the festive season and while that may not sound much to some people, I am only 5 feet tall so it seems a lot to me! Unfortunately, trying to lose these extra pounds means that I am eating healthy foods, most of which are quite good but in the case of this soup, are sadly disappointing. A 295g tin normally costs around £0.70 from supermarkets but I bought some from Poundland and only paid £1 for three tins. I normally love ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/09/09, updated on 15/11/11 (Very useful, 96 readings)
Following on from quite a pleasant review of the Weight Watchers Chicken Soup, I thought that for an afternoon snack I would try the Weight Watchers Clear Chicken Noodle Soup. I rather naively assumed that because I like the Weight Watchers Chicken Soup I would really like the Clear Chicken and Noodle Soup. Wrong!!! It was awful and I have to say that this is the worst soup I have tasted ever, not just from the Weight Watchers range. ***Packaging*** The Clear Chicken and Noodle soup comes in a 295g can. The can has a ring pull so you do not need a tin opener handy to eat this soup. This is extremely convenient if like myself you take a tin of ... Read the complete review
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