Weight Watchers Roasted Peanut Bars Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Snacks
Description:Brand: Weight Watchers / Cereal Bar
Newest Review: ... think these would be really popular with people on different sorts of diets if you could buy them from supermarkets. The box ... more
by - written on 14/12/09 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I love snack I really do especially sweet ones, although a peanut can be described as savoury too I think! My mum is a member of Weight Watchers so buys a lot of their products and one of my favourites that I'm not supposed to touch is their Roasted Peanut bars... There are five in a box for £2.25 and you can only buy them at meetings or online or in their magazine, which seems a bit silly to me as I think these would be really popular with people on different sorts of diets if you could buy them from supermarkets. The box is brownish in colour and has pictures of the bars on the front and says: 'Delicious cereal and roasted peanut bars - ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/09 (Very useful, 128 readings)
At my Weight Watchers meeting last week we were all given a small piece of their Roasted Peanut Bar to sample, I loved it so much that on my way out I bought a box of full size bars to snack on. The Roasted Peanut Bar is basically compressed peanuts, crisped rice and oats which on paper does not sound terribly exciting but these are a really delicious snack and have the added bonus of being low fat with just 1 1/2 Weight Watchers points per bar. They are nice and sweet with a lovely sticky texture, they put me in mind of those Tracker bars which were popular some years ago only these have a much softer and moreish consistency. The bars are nice and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/08 (Very useful, 103 readings)
I buy these from my weight watchers weekly meeting in a box of 5 bars for £2.05. They are 1 and a half points each. Each 25g bar has 104 calories, 2.4g protein, 6.3g sugars, 3.2g fat of which 0.7 is saturated fat, 0.9g fibre and 0.03g sodium. For weight watchers we look at saturated fat and calories which make the points but it is also worth looking at this snack as a source of fibre. The bars themselves are my weekly treat and I usually alternate between these Peanut ones and the Chocolate Whip bars. As for the taste, they really do not let you down. It is packed with crisped rice, oats and peanuts - in that order! I do love peanuts and I ... Read the complete review
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