Weight Watchers Rich Toffee Bar Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Snacks
Description:Type: Crisps/Snacks / Indulge your taste buds with chewy nougat, a smooth layer of toffee and real milk chocolate.
Newest Review: ... marshmallow-y about them which reminds me a bit of 'Rocky Road'. They go great with a cuppa. I was really surprised when I ... more
by - written on 27/10/11 (Very useful, 77 readings)
I joined Weight Watchers on 23-08-2011 and so far (in 10 weeks) I have lost 24 and 1/2 lbs. I have 95 lbs to lose, so still a long way to go, but these little beauties have really helped. Of course following the plan to the letter is also responsible for the weight loss, but at night or at work when I get the nibblies having one of these bars only uses 2 of my 34 a day pro points. If I were to have a conventional chocolate bar such as a Mars Bar these are at least 8 pro points. I have now gone 65 days without having to buy chocolate when I go shopping. I no longer go at out lunch time to buy chocolate bars because these are so yummy. The downside is that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/10 (Very useful, 99 readings)
I love chocolate, but sadly chocolate and diets do not go well together. I joined weightwatchers and discovered that they sold these through their website and in meetings along with lots of other similar products that feel naughty but are low in points. I had to try these as desserts and chocolate/treats are something I find very difficult to control. I ordered a couple of boxes and couldnbt wait for them to arrive. Wow, I was so disappointed when they did. They were far to sweet for me. I couldn't even eat one bar. If you like toffee and very very sweet things then you will probably love these, but if like me you prefer chocolately ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/04/10 (Very useful, 183 readings)
Since I began, once again, to follow the Weight Watchers programme on January 1st I have become rather enamoured with these Rich Toffee Bars. They are, unfortunately, only available to purchase from Weight Watchers meetings or online but I certainly recommend any dieter tries them as they are low in calories but have a rich chocolate flavour. They are sold in boxes which contain five reasonable sized chocolate bars; in meetings they cost £1.95 but if you are buying them online please be aware that there is a minimum order of three boxes, which equates to £6 plus the shipping cost. The majority of the bar is made up of a firm nougat, this is covered ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/09/09 (Very useful, 142 readings)
My review gives a nutritionists take on the taste and nutritional value of the product and after reviewing the above my view on the nutritional claims made by the food company. Taste The taste of the toffee bar was alright, I found it quite chewy, but nothing special. This is disappointing because when you review the nutritional value they are not much better than an average chocolate bar and therefore I would expect them to be more satisfying. Nutritional Label The label gives both the values for one bar (28 grams) and for 100 grams. It is the 100 grams column that we need to compare to national guidelines to assess whether ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/08 (Very useful, 317 readings)
Here I am reviewing another sweet treat brought to us from Weight Watchers and I am wondering if perhaps I eat too many treats!!! These little bars are available from weight watchers meetings and can be purchased from the ww website and the ww magazine - although they must be bought in packs of 3 which leaves you with 15 bars. For a box of 5 28g bars I pay £2.05 at my meeting. Each bar is worth 1.5 ww points. Each bar contains: 89 calories 1.0g protein 14.6g carbohydrate, 9.5g of which sugars 3.0g fat 1.7g saturates 0.2g fibre trace sodium Contains milk, gluten, egg, soya and may contain traces of peanuts, nuts ... Read the complete review
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