Weight Watchers Malted Danish Loaf Reviews
Newest Review: ... I don't think works as well with denser breads). I also dislike the brown-bread-pretending-to-be-white option. I don't ... more
by - written on 13/04/10 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I like wholemeal/granary bread and prefer to eat it as I know it's healthier than white. However I often find it can be a bit stodgy and not as versatile as white (I'm a big fan of the chip butty which personally I don't think works as well with denser breads). I also dislike the brown-bread-pretending-to-be-white option. I don't usually buy weight watchers products. I think I initially bought the bread as it was on offer but I've been so impressed I've stuck with it ever since. It's available from larger supermarkets and costs just under 70 pence. The bread itself is thinly cut and incredibly light. It's excellent for sandwiches, just as a slice of bread and butter and . Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/10 (Very useful, 186 readings)
Weight Watchers Malted Danish is sliced white bread with malted wheat flakes and wheat bran produced by Warburtons and comes in 400g loaves. I found this bread while reading through my Slimming World books and decided to give it a try. I was quite impressed with this bread at first. Tasty, healthy and unique to other breads, Malted Danish provided me with a healthy range of bread to aid my weight loss. Providing one slice of bread for half a point on the Weight Watchers diet or one healthy B choice for three slices on the Slimming World diet. The bread comes in a plastic loaf bag, helping the keep the bread fresh, soft and tasty and offers ... Read the complete review
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