Weight Watchers Potato Bakes Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Snacks
Description:Brand: Weight Watchers / Type: Crisps / Available in Sour Cream & Chive Flavour and now NEW Salt & Vinegar!
Newest Review: ... because no food is banned, as long as your sensible. So when I discovered these I was so happy, I could have ... more
by - written on 12/07/10 (Very useful, 21 readings)
I have a bit of an addiction to crisps and found it very hard to give them up when I joined weightwatchers. I tried a lot of the supermarkets low fat options, but they were still fairly high in points at around 3 points per bag. I like weightwatchers because no food is banned, as long as your sensible. So when I discovered these I was so happy, I could have sang. Weightwatchers potato bakes are small round crisps. They are thicker than a regular crisp, but you dont get that greasy feel from them, which I liked. They come in two flavours sour cream and chive and salt and vinegar. I can't comment on both flavours as I have only tried the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/02/09 (Very useful, 123 readings)
Potato Bakes are one of the Weight Watchers range which you can't buy in the supermarket, they are only available for purchase in the meetings. Potato Bakes come in a choice of two flavours; Sour Cream & Chive and Salt & Vinegar. I have tried both flavours as there is only 1 Weight Watchers point in each 20g bag but have been disappointed both times, not because of the flavours added to the crisps but because the basic flavour of the crisp isn't very nice in my opinion. The Potato Bakes are small circular crisps which are fairly thin and wonderfully crunchy, they are baked rather than fried which is why they are so low in calories and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/02/10, updated on 03/06/11 (Very useful, 73 readings)
Weightwatchers potato bakes are a savoury snack that seems to have been born from the concept that if crisps are good and biscuits are good, then what better idea than combining the two and having a biscuit-crisp? Now I'm all in favour of fusion cooking and breaking down the boundaries of sweet and savoury, but these are just a bit odd even for me. Not unpleasant, just not what I was expecting. My weightwatchers meeting had these on buy one get one free, and I can really see why - I'm not sure people with more conservative or traditional tastes would go for these, even when they are on a diet. Their regular price is 55p per pack of 20g, which is about 10p more per bag of Read the complete review
by - written on 07/10/08 (Very useful, 107 readings)
Another thing I suggested to be added recently and again I am glad they are on here now so I can recommend them to more people! I get these from my meetings at a cost of 50p a packet. I have tried the salt and vinegar ones but I have never really been a fan of that flavour so stick to the sour cream and chive flavour. These packs come in at 1 point each for a 20g bag and contain: 83 calories 0.8g protein 16.1g carbohydrate of which 0.5g is sugars 1.8g fat 0.2g of saturated fat. 0.6g fibre 0.11g sodium 0.27g salt Compared to the other weight watchers crisps you can buy in supermarkets (I have tried the ... Read the complete review
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