Weight Watchers Tortilla Wraps Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Snacks
Description:Brand: Weight Watchers / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... was missed by the machine? This meant I had to break into the wraps with a knife, and this made the plastic roll back ... more
by - written on 02/10/13, updated on 02/10/13 (Very useful, 21 readings)
At the moment I am trying really hard to give up my eating disorder. I go to a clinic a couple of times a week and part of what I'm learning to do is to feed myself proper food, to eat food that doesn't make me feel ill or bad about myself, hard after 9 years of being bulimic but something that has to be done. One of my feared foods is bread. I overeat it and consider it to be a dangerous food to me at the moment as it can lead to me feeling bad and then bingeing and being ill so I'm out with the bread at the moment and trying lighter alternatives. One thing we are not allowed on our meal plans is diet/low fat foods though, they're banned for us. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/03/12 (Very useful, 81 readings)
This review will make more sense to those who are attending the WW classes or following the plan. I have been attending for just over two months, therefore am not only writing from a product point of view, but that of a long term dieter. I am following the new ProPoints plan, therefore some information stated in the picture if different, but still, I AM reviewing the same, Weight Watchers tortialla wraps. **PACKAGING** The packaging is a transparent, plastic bag. Nothing special, but still, keeps the wraps nice and soft until you open them. On the front, is the proudly displayed Weight Watcher logo, and the points allowance (Which, on the new ProPoints ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/10 (Very useful, 243 readings)
Friday's are my favourite day of the week. Yes, this day signifies the beginning of the weekend once my day in the office is over, and this is all well and good. But Friday's in my house are known as 'Mexican Friday', the best day of the week! I diet via the Weight Watchers way of life from Saturday to Thursday, but 'Mexican Friday' is my treat day. On this day, myself and my girlfriend cook a Mexican themed meal together, then sit down and stuff ourselves full of spicy deliciousness! This said, I do try to reduce the amount of fats and calories I take in on any given Mexican Friday by using low fat options as ingredients, so these "Weight Watchers Tortillas" .. Read the complete review
by - written on 10/10/13 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I don't follow weightwatchers (or any) diet, and bought these wraps purely based on price, they were on offer at the time at £1 for 6. Normal retail seems to be between £1.30-£1.50. I take a packed lunch to work each day, usually sandwiches but enjoy a change from time to time, and I bought some cooked meat and salad to go in the wraps. The packaging to the wraps enables you to view them, but it was difficult to get into the packet. There was no lip to start you off opening the pack, or tear-off strip, the pack was entirely sealed all round. I have read other reviews talking about these being sold in resealable packs, maybe my pack was missed by ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/09/13 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Although I have heard a lot about tortilla wraps - I had never actually tried them before now - assuming that they were quite bland. However, since starting Weight Watchers I have been more open to trying new things and when I saw that Weight Watcher's had their own Tortilla Wraps I decided to give them a go. To look at the wraps are like pancakes crossed with very thin pizza bases. They are round in shape and quite large. Simply fill the wraps with any fillings you like; I have tried cheese, salad leaves and grated carrot and it tastes delicious. That's one thing which I love about these wraps is that you can fill them with pretty much anything really. I find ... Read the complete review
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