Weight Watchers Mini Victoria Sponge Cakes Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Snacks
Description:Brand: Weight Watchers / Type: Cake
Newest Review: ... cakes and so I was looking forward to trying out Weight Watchers' own. The cakes are small and round shapes. They are quite ... more
by WackoStepho - written on 30/08/10
I'm a cake junkie, and I have to say that you really can't beat a good old Victoria Sponge! However, as we all know cake isn't the most slimming of foods so when I went on my diet it seemed like I'd have to say bon voyage to my close friend Mr Cake...that was until I discovered Weight Watchers Mini Victoria Sponge Cakes! These cakes are so delightfully moreish it's a good job they come in a box of 6, though of course scoffing a few sort of throws the whole slimming thing out of the window, but trust me they're yummy ;) Each cake is a sandwich of springy sponge with a raspberry jam and buttercream filling and the top is lightly dusted with icing ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/08/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
So, weight watchers have attempted a makeover on the British classic, the Victoria sponge. How could that possibly work?! Well, here's how: Size These are miniature cakes, in the same vein as the current Mr Kipling trend. They are about 1.5 inches across and less than an inch deep. I think it's quite a satisfying size for a little cake, and don't notice the difference from full-fat mini cakes. Taste Most of the right ingredients are here: there's a sweet sticky strawberry jam and a light sponge with obligatory icing sugar dusting on top. However, it's obviously not fresh cream in the middle. One, for the fat content, and two that it would ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/09 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Weight watchers are a diet company who supply products suitable for the WeightWatchers diet. One of their products are the mini Victoria sponges. They can be found in all supermarkets such as Tesco, Asda, Waitrose etc as well as being able to be ordered from Weight Watchers themselves either online or over the phone. Often they can be found in little newsagents and petrol stations however not very often. They are part of a large range of WW cakes and pastries. They come in a box of 6 and each cake weighs roughly 26g. This is quite light for a cake however they are described as mini so they weren't really going to be any bigger anyway. The box of 6 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/07/09 (Very useful, 357 readings)
In an attempt to get back to my diet I went to Tesco yesterday and spent a fortune on low fat foods, including quite a few products from the Weight Watchers range. I have a rather sweet tooth which is harder to control in the summer months due to the general blandness of the salads, bbq food and chicken I tend to eat when the weather is warm and for this reason I decided to buy a couple of boxes of Weight Watchers cakes to keep the damage to a minimum when I inevitably reach for the sweet goodies in my cupboard. These Mini Victoria Sponges are honestly one of the best in their excellent range. I have bought them before but never really taken much notice of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/10 (Very useful, 32 readings)
My mum is currently on the weight watchers diet and every week she buys a treat for herself, so I often get to try out different weight watcher tasty treats ech week! This week my mum bought the victoria sponges, I was a little disappointed because I'm a chocoholic and I would have prefered her to buy something a little more chocolately. However when I tried one of the sponges I was quite happy because they were sweeter than I expected and quite filling. The victoria sponges come in a cardboard box and there are 6 in a box, each cake consists of 1 and a half points. They are definately worth the points because they are very tasty and filling; they ... Read the complete review
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