Weight Watchers Cheese Puffs Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Snacks
Description:Brand: Weight Watchers / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... Watchers' products are quite expensive. So these were definitely a bargain. The Cheese Puffs are long, slightly curved typed ... more
Price Comparison for Weight Watchers Cheese Puffs
Weight Watchers Cheese Puffs 5 X 18G
2 ProPoints value per pack Baked not fried Reduced fat No artific ...
Last Update 07.03.2014 00:07
by - written on 31/01/11 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Following the Weight Watchers points diet means I am fortunate enough to try a variety of different low fat products...how exciting I hear you all say. Well for me the greater the variety the better as I soon become bored with the same old bland, no fat, no sugar foods! Anyway I digress, last week whilst out shopping I was dragged into Poundland (I must add not one of my favourite shops!) however I had been "tipped off" about their impressive Weight Watchers selection of products, priced at you've guessed it £1. After loading my basket up, I have since set about trying the different items I purchased. First being a multi-pack of Weight Watchers ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/10 (Very useful, 67 readings)
Weight watchers cheese puffs come in a multi pack bag of 6 bags of crisps. The packaging is very bland being an all white background with a picture of the crisps. They are not something that would usually stand out on a shelf for me and to be honest I think they look quite cheap looking like a stores own make. I really enjoy crisps and since I am more of a savoury person I find it hard not to snack on crisps between meals so when I seen these weight watchers crisps I was over the moon. The first flavour of weight watchers crisps that I tried was the cheese flavoured puffs. Upon opening the bag I saw that the crisps looked exactly like wotsits. I'm not a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/03/10 (Very useful, 54 readings)
I was in town earlier on today and I managed to persuade my mom to stock up on more Weight Watchers products. Im taking my diet seriously from now on LOL. Anyway we noticed some in Poundland so we went in and ended up buying quite a few products that I had never tried before. These cheese puffs were one of those products. Now I have to say Wotsits are a guilty pleasure of mine, I could honestly eat a multipack of them to myself within about an hour so these Weight Watchers puffs had a lot to live up to. Maybe my expectations were to high or something but I have to say these could be the blandest, horriblest (?) Weight Watchers product I have ever tried. Useful ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/06/09 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Weight Watchers Cheese Flavour Puffs are a puffed maize savoury snack. If you have tried Wotsits, they are the same principle. I really like Wotsits, so these are my diet substitute really. I know they are not trying to be wotsits, but it's hard not to make a comparison. In a nutshell, they are not so cheesy and not so puffed and have a harder texture. You can buy a multi pack of cheese puffs (5 bags) for about £1.50 in the supermarket. I got a bag for just £1 at Poundland this lunchtime.....20p per bag isn't bad! They are packaged in a white bag with a blue weight watchers logo on it and a picture of the product. They are labeled as, 'Deliciously cheesy melt ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
Wotsits are my favourite crisps but are not very diet friendly. So as im on weight watchers i decided to give their cheese puffs a go and see if they would replace my wotsit fetish! What weight watchers say: They say these are a deliciously cheesy melt in the mouth maize snack. Price/Where to buy: They cost £1.48 from my local asdas for a multipack of 6 bags which are each 20g. What do they taste like in my opinion: They are very cheesy and in that way they are similar to wotsits. They are larger and crunchier than wotsits and taste like they have less fat. I like that about them and like the fact that you appear to get ... Read the complete review
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