Weight Watchers Ginger & Lemon Cookies Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Snacks
Newest Review: ... in reality these are biscuits, not cookies. This is slightly misleading (I feel) and disappointing to say the ... more
by - written on 19/07/10 (Very useful, 96 readings)
Although I'm not following a Weight Watchers plan at the moment, I am attempting to improve my snacking habits and this seems like a reliable brand that has a good variety of low fat and low calorie products. I am trying to replace my high calorie chocolate digestive addiction with something a little less naughty! I saw these cookies in Poundland where they are currently on special offer and you can buy any three boxes for a total cost of £2, or they are £1 for an individual box. Other flavours on offer were Chocolate Chip Oat Cookies and Sultana & Cinnamon Cookies. The cookies come in a cardboard box, and within the box they are separated into six lots ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/10 (Very useful, 75 readings)
These are my current favourite product from the Weight Watchers range and what is even better is that unusually they are very good value for money. I usually find that anything bearing the WW stamp is pretty overpriced but this box of 12 cookies, handily packaged into 6 packets of 2 for lunchboxes etc, is only 69p in my local Sainsbury's. I believe this is the standard price as I have bought them a number of times over the last few months and the price has not changed, long may they remain at this as I can justify the cost of keeping my desk drawer stocked with a box. As I said, the cookies are packaged in pairs which is great for chucking in your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/09/08 (Very useful, 41 readings)
Cookies are great and I normally like to make my own but sometimes there just isn't enough time in the day so I have to buy some. Normally I buy Maryland cookies but I fancied something other than chocolate and so picked up a packet of Weight Watchers Ginger & Lemon Cookies. I don't normally buy Weight Watchers products as I don't use their diets I prefer to just eat healthily and exercise regularly so I didn't choose these for their health benefits. I paid 70p for a box from Sainsbury's and was happy to find that there were 12 cookies in the box so that was fairly good value for money. The box they come in is white with a picture of the cookies, some ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/08/09 (Very useful, 84 readings)
Weight Watchers Ginger & Lemon Cookies Well I have just sat down for a morning coffee and a biscuit, as my wife and I are trying to eat a little healthier I had a box of these in the cupboard so decided to write a review on them. I bought my first box of them a months back when we were trying to diet for our holidays, my biggest weakness is my fondness for biscuits; it was therefore with some reluctance I choose these from the supermarket shelf (ASDA). I thought that like everything else that is low fat and better for you that the first ingredient they removed would be the taste. I was therefore very pleasantly surprised by them as they really are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/05/08 (Very useful, 97 readings)
I am absolutely useless at going without something a little sweet during my day so when I am trying to shift a few extra pounds I find it very difficult to stay on a diet that has no treats. Weight Watchers offer some excellent sweet foods that have been formulated to taste delicious and not be too excessive on the calories and these biscuits are one from the range that I really enjoy. They come in a box of 12 cookies and they are wrapped individually in pairs so they are absolutely perfect to take in your lunch box to work, or even to give to the kids as a lunch box treat for school. There is nothing wrong with giving kids weight watcher treats - ... Read the complete review
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