Weight Watchers Belgian Chocolate Cake Slices Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Snacks
Newest Review: ... taken it. Thankfully he's not on a diet and being a skinny git has no need to worry about how many calories he's just junked ... more
by - written on 12/05/10 (Very useful, 95 readings)
As I've mentioned before, I'm not overly keen on chocolate "desserts" but Boyfriend got this from Asda and I saw it on here so I thought I'd review it. Packaging: The box is predominantly white and lilac with pictures of a lot of the chocolate slices on the front, back and sides. The back of the box contains the usual information: ingredients, nutritional information, the allergy advice and some stuff about Weight Watchers etc. The product is described as:- "Moist chocolate cake slices, made with real Belgian milk chocolate and topped with chocolate chunks." The box contains 6 of these slices, which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/05/10 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I really am taking my healthy eating diet seriously lately and that means under no circumstance can I be left alone with cakes, sweets or crisps LOL I have no idea what self control means! So my mom has stocked up the cupboards with alternative snacks for me and most of those are Weight Watchers snacks. Now Im not on the WW diet but Ive been really impressed with their desert snacks in the past so I couldnt wait to try these out. How on earth can chocolate be healthy?! One of these cakes is only 1 and a half points on the WW points plan but for those like me who have no idea what that means each cake contains about 81 calories which is great considering how ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/10 (Very useful, 93 readings)
Yes, it's yet another Weight Watchers review! As I keep saying, I'm not actually following Weight Watchers, but I am dieting, and so their food often finds it way into my cupboards because I can rely on it being low calorie. These Belgian Chocolate Cake Slices seemed like a good thing to have in the house for weak moments when I couldn't resist having a cake. At least with these around, I thought I could limit the cake-related damage to my waistline. Each slice contains only 1 and a half Weight Watchers points, which is quite low when you think that most Weight Watchers are consuming something between 18 and 24 points a day. For those not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
Mmmmmmmmmmmm *About the Product* Weightwatchers Belgian Chocolate Slices are moist chocolate cake slices, made with real Belgian milk chocolate and topped with chocolate chunks. These are made for people who follow a Weightwatchers points diet or those wishing to have a tasty chocolate treat without the excessive calories. *The Packaging* These cake slices are packed in a cardboard box which is very appealing. On the front there is a delicious picture of the actual cake slices, the name of the product with the Weightwatchers logo, a description of the product and nutritional information. The rear of the box contains this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/04/12 (Very useful, 100 readings)
Despite being on WeightWatchers, I have no intention of giving up a cup of tea and something sweet in the evenings. Thankfully I always have enough points left every day to do this, and the fact that WeightWatchers has quite a large range of biscuit and cake products helps a lot in my choices. I had never seen these Belgian Chocolate Cake Slices in my local Sainsbury's before, but I had to venture into the cake aisle this week to buy buns for work. These were hidden away on the very bottom shelf, away from the infinitely more delicious looking rich coffee cakes and mini rolls. I resisted the latter 2, and bought the WeightWatchers product ... Read the complete review
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