Weight Watchers Chocolate Cake Bars Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Snacks
Description:Brand: Weight Watchers / Type: Cake
Newest Review: ... are just 2 Weight Watcher points per bar! Get in!! Another advantage is that they also go great with a cuppa tea which means ... more
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Weight Watchers Jaffa Cake Bars 126 g (Pack of 9)
A soft cake base with a tangy orange filling and topped with dark ...
Last Update 07.03.2014 00:07
by - written on 24/04/09 (Very useful, 209 readings)
I was given a couple of Weight Watchers Chocolate Cake bars to try by a friend recently, she knows I generally like the Weight Watchers range of food and I honestly couldn't wait to try them as the picture on the front of the packet made them look like thinner Penguin cake bars which I like. How disappointed I was! These cake bars are just plain nasty and I can't imagine that anyone would ever like them. They just taste synthetic, like they are completely made up of a load of chemicals with a bit of chocolate flavouring added. The cake bars are made of chocolate sponge to which has been added a strip of solidified chocolate sauce, then it has ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/02/10 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I have always stayed away from "Diet" Cakes. I find that they are sort of full of empty calories and for the sake of about 90 calories, I find I can get a more filling eat than a little lump of Cake. I picked up a pack of these for the first time about 2 weeks ago. There was quite a few Cakes on offer for £1 a pack, and it wasn't just the nice tasty ones, it was Weight Watchers and the Supermarket own brand of low fat Cakes as well. These came in the normal kind of wrapper. The Cakes were individually wrapped and although they looked quite wide, they weren't that thick or long. Still I suppose I can't complain since they didn't have many ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/12/13 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Right guys, time for another Weight Watcher's review. As many of you know I have been doing the Weight Watcher's diet since September and so far have lost 17 pounds in total. I have a bit of a sweet tooth and so like my naughty treats, so I was worried about how I was going to cope without my chocolate fix....although once I discovered these Chocolate Cake Bars from the Weight Watcher's range, I didn't need to worry. Being a low fat product, I was expecting these to be horrible; really bland and nothing like chocolate. However, I cannot get over how 'real' they seem. I really feel as though I am eating a proper chocolate roll. The chocolate is just as tasty as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/05/10 (Useful, 36 readings)
when dieting it is very hard to find tasty treats without the calories. lately I have become aware that jaffa cakes and fig rolls are the best way forward for a tasty treat. I stumbled across these in sainsbury's a couple of months ago and tried them to see if they were any good. I was pleasantly surprised by these little cakes as they were more chocolately than I had expected from such a brand as ''weight watchers'' were they any good? well yes actually they were! I thought the cakey bit was a tad dry, but this goes unnoticed as there is the chocolate on the outside and the thin layer of some sort of chocolate sauce between the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/09 (Useful, 36 readings)
I bought these a couple of weeks ago because they looked like good sized tasty cake bars. They look as though they are a low fat version of a lot of the well known cake bars out there so I was looking forward to trying them. However, when I opened the multipack I was quite disappointed - the cake bars are rather small - thats why the point value is so low! Despite this, I did enjoy the cake, the sponge was moist but personally I wasnt too keen on the chocolate sauce layered on the top - it tasted rather artificial and wasnt creamy at all. They do satisfy a chocolate craving well and the chocolate coating is very nice but they do not keep you full up for long probably Read the complete review
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