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Weight Watchers Chocolate Biscuits

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Brand: Weight Watchers / Type: Biscuits

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      16.10.2009 21:06
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      Never before have I sampled any 'Weight Watchers' branded food, and this latest review is the result of me finding a couple of the diet-friendly chocolate bars which were left behind from my aunt's recent visit.

      "Delicious crunchy double chocolate biscuits, wrapped in real Belgian milk chocolate".

      Price & Availability
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      You can currently purchase the five bar multipack of the Weight Watchers Chocolate biscuits for £1.40 from Tesco.

      Although specifically devised for those on the Weight Watchers plan, it must be noted that a chocolate biscuit is still a chocolate biscuit no matter who makes it - and as such, this particular one contains 87 calories per bar - which, although less than a regular chocolate bar of a similar size, is still no substitute for a healthier snack.

      Flavour
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      The bars themselves are small, and around the size of a 'Penguin' (that's the Mcvities variety, not the flightless bird). The chocolate on the outside has a rippled effect, and biting into them reveals a biscuity interior. The chocolate itself is pleasant - but it doesn't really taste like the creamy and rich chocolate that I am used to - the flavour is of a kind of sanitized and somehow unusual chocolate, which, although pleasant, is slightly unnerving.

      The biscuit part is a little dry - but actually, when combined with the chocolate, the bar as a whole is surprisingly tasty.

      Ingredients
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      The product contains;
      Milk Chocolate (33%) (Sugar, Whole Milk Powder, Cocoa Butter, Cocoa Mass, Emulsifier: Soya Lecithin; Natural Vanilla Flavouring), Oat Flakes, Wholemeal Flour, Wheat Flour, Vegetable Oil, Sugar, Invert Sugar Syrup, Bulking Agent: Polydextrose; Emulsifier: Pectin; Fat-Reduced Cocoa Powder, Salt, Raising Agents: Ammonium Bicarbonate, and Sodium Bicarbonate.

      Final Word
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      Although I was ready to dislike them before I had even tried them, Weight Watchers Chocolate Biscuits are by no means bad, and represent a lower calorie alternative to the fat-packed bars made by the mainstream brands. The taste is different - but not unpleasant, and I would certainly eat them again.

      Nutritional Info Per Biscuit
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      Calories: 87
      Fat: 4.1g
      Saturated Fat: 1.7g
      Salt: 0.1g

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