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      17.11.2013 16:41
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      A nice treat :)

      So as many of you will know by now, I have been on the Weight Watchers diet since September. So far I have managed to lose 16 pounds in total and I think a lot of it is due to the fact that I love naughty foods, and the fact that Weight Watchers have their own range of low fat what would normally be 'naughty foods'. One Weight Watchers' product which I recently tried were these Desert Yogurts. The yogurts come in packs of fours. There are four different flavours; Toffee Apple, Raspberry Tart, Strawberry Tart and Lemon Cheesecake. They make a great desert or a great when you fancy a munch but don't have many points in them. I have to say that I am impressed with these little yogurts. What impresses me most is the fact that each pot is only one Weight Watchers ProPoint. The yogurts are very tasty and don't taste low fat or 'diet-y'. My favourite are definitely the strawberry tart and raspberry tart ones. Whilst I love lemons (the actual fruit), I hate anything lemon flavoured - but I still tried the lemon one for the purpose of this review - it wasn't too bad actually. It was very refreshing and full flavoured, yet the lemon wasn't too 'strong'. As for the Toffee Apple one - again this one was nice, even if it did taste just a little too artificial. These yogurts are lovely creamy; nice and thick with a smooth texture. The yogurts do make a nice change from 'normal' yogurts - although I don't think that they will be something that I will buy every week - more as treat now and again when I fancy a treat. I mean they're nice enough, just that I would prefer normal fruit yogurts. Thanks for reading! November 2013 Xd-o-n-z-x

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        22.06.2010 14:56
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        I'm not willing to subject myself to bad tasting food for the sake of my waistline!

        Yoghurts are quick, convenient, and are particularly well suited to the warm summer months when you want a chilled foodie treat. They are handy to pack with a lunch or have with your breakfast as a healthy light snack. I am attempting to eat a more healthy, low-fat diet and the Weight Watchers range is appealing and accessible. I bought a 4-pack of these dessert flavour yoghurts for £1.50 from Tesco, where they are currently on special offer and you can Buy One Get One Free. The 4-pack offers 4 different yoghurts each created to emulate popular desserts. There are 4 individual flavours: Lemon Cheesecake, Strawberry Tart, Toffee Apple, and Raspberry Tart. They are described as being "thick & creamy dessert yoghurts" and each one is 120g. Lemon Cheesecake: this was the first one that I tried and it is my favourite of these flavours in dessert form so I was expecting good things. It had a sharp, sour taste with a vibrant burst of citrus flavour. Very few biscuity chunks and they had gone soft and soggy from absorbing the yoghurt. It contains 62 calories and is the equivalent of 1 Weight Watchers point. Strawberry Tart: this really was tart! It had a very sharp taste and was not overly sweet. It contains small chunks of strawberry and some sad little biscuit chunks that had again gone soggy. This was definitely a case of sacrificing good taste to save a few calories. It contains 56 calories and is the equivalent of 1 Weight Watchers point. Toffee Apple: the best of a poor bunch. This had a nice flavour, warm with a hint of spices and it did feel like I was eating a pudding rather than a yoghurt. There was a string fruity tang from the apple and the toffee was sweet without being sickly. My favourite of the 4 flavours. It contains 58 calories and is the equivalent of 1 Weight Watchers point. Raspberry Tart: similar to the Strawberry Tart in that it was very sharp and sour. Not at all satisfying to my sweet tooth. The poor little soggy biscuit bits made an appearance again, it really does not work in the yoghurt as they just go mushy and lost the crunchy texture. There were bits of raspberry in this and they were gritty and stuck in my teeth. It contains 56 calories and is the equivalent of 1 Weight Watchers point. Overall impressions: the consistency of all of these yoghurts was very thin and runny, not at all thick and creamy as described. There was not much substance to them but I was surprised to find that they were reasonably filling and bridged the gap between meals nicely without leaving me craving more snacks. As soon as you taste it you realise that these are diet products, they are lacking in quality and although they satisfied my hunger I did not find them pleasurable to eat. It is worth giving them a try if you're dieting because they really are low in calories and you don't have to feel guilty for having a sweet treat as part of your daily food intake. Personally I actually prefer the plain flavour Weight Watchers yoghurts over these dessert ones, and I don't think I would buy them again.

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          02.06.2010 13:35
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          A very nice, tasty, fat free pudding ! 4/5 Stars.

          Weightwatchers Dessert Recipe Yoghurts I saw these in Tesco last weekend and as I am constantly trying to lose a bit of weight for the summer I thought I would give these a try as they were new to me and as the flavours sounded very tempting. These four little 120g size pots of dessert come in small cardboard containers that each have a small picture of what is contained inside. So the lemon cheesecake flavour has a picture of a slice of lemon sitting on a biscuit base, and the toffee apple flavour shows a slice of apple with soft toffee dribbling over it, and so on. The pots are then wrapped inside a cardboard sleeve that contains all the nutritional information and ingredients etc. Lemon Cheesecake ~ The first one I tried was the lemon cheesecake flavour. When you peel away the lid the aroma of the biscuit and lemon was really nice, it really did smell like a lemon cheesecake. The taste was very good too, a slight taste of tangy lemon, which was not too strong or overpowering and the lovely taste of the cheesecake biscuit which again was just right. The only disappointing thing about this yoghurt was the consistency. It was a little on the weak and watery side and could have done with being a little thicker. The small bits of biscuit in it were also too soft and soggy, though to be fair, I guess you could expect no less really as they were being soaked in yoghurt. Rating 4/5 Strawberry Tart ~ The next one I tried was the strawberry tart which I found to be much more creamy and thick, in fact the consistency was just as you would expect from a good yoghurt. The taste was really very strong of strawberries and it contained nice sized pieces of strawberry that you could chew on. Again the bits of 'tart' were soggy but still very tasty nonetheless. Rating 4/5 Toffee Apple ~ This one was a touch disappointing in my opinion. The consistency was very good and it looked extremely appealing with good sized pieces of apple in it showing lots of promise. The taste however was all apple. You could not really distinguish the toffee flavour from the apple, and although I love the flavour of apple I would have expected it to be more the other way around having it being more toffee flavoured. It was still very pleasant however and I did enjoy it. Rating 3/5 Raspberry Tart ~ Last but not least we have the lovely raspberry tart flavour. This was quite a strong pink in colour and seemed full of raspberry seeds. The yoghurt itself was of a very thick and creamy consistency and although it didn't have the same larger chunks like the strawberry one did it still did not disappoint with the flavour. This was not as sweet as the strawberry yoghurt it had much more of a sharpness to it and it didn't appear to have any of the soggy bits if biscuit in it either. A really lovely yoghurt! Rating 4/5. Nutritional information ~ The strawberry and raspberry yoghurts per pot contain:- Energy ~ 56Kcals Fats ~ 0.2g Sats ~ 0.1g Salt ~ 0.2g Lemon Cheesecake:- Energy ~ 58kcals Fats ~ 0.3g Sats ~ 0.2g Salt ~ 0.2g Toffee Apple:- Energy ~ 62kcals Fats ~ 0.3g Sats ~ 0.1g Salt ~ 0.2g All these yoghurts contain milk, egg, wheat and gluten for those who need the allergy advice. All in all these yoghurts are surprisingly tasty considering they are a dieting product. They are all quite thick and creamy with lots of lovely flavour to them and at only 1 WeightWatchers point per pot they are extremely beneficial in helping to keep a trim waistline too. I would deffinatley be buying these again and I can recommend them to anyone to give them a try whether they are dieting or not. These can be obtained in any good supermarket and they range in price from £1.00 to £1.30 generally. For more products and information visit: www.weightwatchers.co.uk This review may also be posted on Ciao.co.uk under the name of vickymason9000. Thank you for reading my review!

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            14.05.2010 22:33
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            Worth a try but don't expect too much

            I picked up these Weight Watchers Dessert Recipe Yoghurts for £1 from the supermarket which I thought was good value for 4 low calorie yoghurts. They tempted themselves into my shopping trolley as the flavours sounded just so scrummy that I had to give them a go, and with the added benefit of the 'Weight Watchers' logo, I guessed they'd be good for the old waistline which I'm trying to shrink. The packaging is fairly standard for yoghurt packaging these days and consists of a cardboard sleeve around the four plastic yoghurt pots that are stuck together ready for 'snapping' apart. The yoghurts are 120g sized pots and in my opinion are a decent sized yoghurt for a snack or pudding. The four yoghurts are four different flavours and as far as I am aware, are only sold in the combination below: Raspberry Tart, Strawberry Tart, Lemon Cheesecake and Toffee Apple. Each pot has a weight watchers points value of 1, so for those following a Weight Watchers' points diet, it is possible to safely eat the yoghurt and count it's points' value or point should I say! The individual yoghurts have around 56 calories per pot and 0.1g of fat. My first yoghurt of choice was the Toffee Apple flavour. Maybe due to the anticipation of toffee apples in a yoghurt; such a scrumptious flavour, the yoghurt just did not meet my expectations. Granted the toffee flavour was nice, but I'm not sure what apple it was based upon, as it bared no resemblance to any apples that I've tasted. Disappointed I think I would say. The second yoghurt of choice was the Lemon Cheesecake flavour. Again, I was disappointed. The lemony flavour was nice but not amazing and disappointingly articifical. I loved the biscuit flavour of the cheesecake base, but hated the texture as the yoghurt contained small biscuit peices that were soggy due to them being in yoghurt - not nice. My third yoghurt of choice, has been the Raspberry Tart. Maybe because my expectations were now low, I've quite enjoyed this one this evening. Similar to the Lemon Cheesecake yoghurt, the soggy biscuit pieces were a disappointment but by now expected, but the raspberry flavour was really rather scrumptious. Just the Strawberry Tart to go now. I shall be good and wait until tomorrow for that taste sensation! Overall, I'm not blown away by these yoghurts and will probably not be purchasing them again unless I happen to sign up to the Weight Watchers diet or they are on an amazing offer at the Supermarket. Whilst the flavours are unusual and a welcome change from the standard yoghurt flavours, the flavours weren't quite what I'd hoped for and the yoghurt not quite as luxurious as I would have liked. In a way, I think the flavours are almost an own goal, as you prepare yourself for 'Lemon Cheesecake' or 'Toffee Apples' and what you get is yoghurt.... tasting just a bit like that. It just doesn't quite meet expectation. Maybe a higher calorie version yoghurt would be nicer and creamier and have a better flavour but then that wouldn't be Weight Watchers would it! Thanks for reading my review and I hope you liked it :-) Good luck with dieting too if you are on that highway!

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            29.04.2010 13:38
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            Healthy snack, wouldn't recommend it though

            Having recently decided to try and eat healthier snacks at lunchtime (rather than the usual calorie laden chocolate bar) I have been on the look-out for new low fat yoghurts to try. On my last shopping trip to Morrisons I came across the Weight Watchers Dessert Recipe Yoghurts. I'm not usually a big fan of Weight Watchers yoghurts but thought these looked to be particularly nice and tasty. These yoghurts come in packs of 4 and are currently half price at Morrions, hence the reason for buying them, at 69p for a pack of 4 I thought this was really good value. Each pack contains 4 different flavoured yoghurts, Strawberry Tart, Raspberry Tart, Lemon Cheesecake and Toffee Apple. So far I have only tried the Lemon Cheesecake as I thought this sounded delicious and would try this first. To be honest I was quite disappointed. The picture on the tub shows a slice of mouth watering lemon on a crumbly biscuit base......if only the product could live up to the picture. On opening I thought the yoghurt looked appealing, it has a nice pale lemon colour and a sweet lemon aroma. However on tasting I found the yoghurt to be quite sweet but with a bitter aftertaste. There are no juicy bits but only what I could describe as pieces of lemon rind floating around the yoghurt. The consistency is quite thin and runny not as thick and creamy as I would have liked even considering that it is a low fat product. On the plus side though each 120g pot only contains 58 calories and 0.3g of fat (of which 0.2g are saturated) so it does make for a healthy snack. Personally don't think it's anywhere near as tasty or filling as Muller Light or Activia Fat Free yoghurts.

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              11.03.2010 08:36
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              Weight Watchers Yogurt

              Weight Watchers have a large number of yogurts in their range. This review is for the Black Cherry flavoured yogurt which can be found in their Summer Fruits pack along with Peach, Raspberry and Strawberry. Packaging: 8 pots ~ 2 of each of the flavours mentioned above ~ are held together by a paper outer "sleeve" which contains the ingredients and nutritional information for each of the four flavours along with the contact information for Yoplait who have made these for the Weight Watchers brand. The pot itself has a picture of some cherries on the front against a slightly out of focus pink background. Perhaps this is meant to represent the yogurt? There's also a little blue banner telling us that the pot contains 0.1g of saturated fat and that the yogurt is 58 calories. Ingredients Yogurt, Black Cherry (10.2%), Fructose-Glucose Syrup, Gelatine, Concentrated Apple Juice, Modified Maize Starch, Acidity Regulator: Citric Acid, Stabilisers: Pectin / Guar Gum, Flavourings, Sweeteners: Aspartame / Acesulfame K. Nutritional Information per 120g pot {per 100g in brackets} Energy kJ: 244kJ {204kJ} kcal: 58kcal {48kcal} Protein: 5.0g {4.2g} Carbohydrate: 9.0g {7.5g} of which sugars: 8.8g {7.3g} Fat: 0.1g {0.1g} (of which saturates): 0.1g {0.1g} Fibre: 0.1g {0.1g} Sodium: 0.07g {0.06g} Salt equivalent: 0.2g {0.2g} Allergy information: contains milk For those of you on the Weight watchers diet each of the 4 flavours in the Summer Fruits selection has a value of 1 point per pot. The Yogurt: On opening the pot you can see that the yogurt is a nice shade of pink. I wasn't sure whether there would be any cherry pieces in this yogurt, perhaps because at 2" in diameter the pop is narrower than the Muller Light or Muller Amore yogurts which means you have less surface area to look at and therefore less chance to spot any pieces of fruit that might be lurking within the yogurt. Price: I paid a 99p for one pack (8 yogurts) of these at my local corner shop. Taste and Opinion: Perhaps I've been spoilt by my recent experiences with Muller Amore but I wasn't impressed with these at all. The yogurt wasn't thick or creamy and even though there were a few cherry pieces here they seemed to be quite small and rather scarce. I can't describe the taste as rich at all and even though it tasted like you'd expect a cherry yogurt to taste like there was still that slight artificial sweetener taste which just means that the product fails completely when compared to something more natural like Muller Amore. Casting my eye across the ingredients I can see the regular suspects are all present and correct on the sweetener front: aspartame and acesulfame K. Yoplait have also added in some gelatine for us too. I also spotted "Fructose-Glucose Syrup" listed as well. This was something I'd spotted in a number of other products and had never really taken much notice of before thinking that it was some sort of natural sugar based compound. Oddly enough I'd stumbled across an article on the internet earlier on in the week:- http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-1253002/ Why-HobNobs-moreish-plays-havoc-diet.html {dooyoo will only allow "words" of 80 consecutive characters so please removed the space before the "why" if you're going to read the article} which discussed the effects of Fructose-Glucose Syrup and its use in a wide range of foods. In light of that, the artificial sweeteners, the gelatine and the fact that the taste here isn't all that great I think I'd rather eat fruit if I was on a diet rather than spoon my way through too many pots of Weight Watchers Yogurt. Not recommended by me. Go and treat yourself to some Muller Amore or, if you're on a diet stick to fruit.

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                16.01.2010 13:44
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                Well worth buying

                Weight Watchers Dessert Recipe Yoghurts Description: Manufacturer: Weight Watchers / Thick & Creamy Yoghurt. Like so many of us, I ate and drank far too much over the festive season, which means that I am now looking for ways to eat healthily and hopefully lose a few pounds. I work shifts which means that I have less time to cook meals from scratch than I would like. Also, as anyone who works shifts will testify too, it is often easier to snack on junk, or eat the wrong kinds of foods at the wrong time of day. This does make it harder to be good, but I have been trying to ensure that I swap sweet treats for these Weight Watchers yogurts and have been pleasantly surprised by how tasty they actually are. These yogurts come in packs of four, each one weighing 120g. They usually retail for around the £1.50 mark but I picked these up on special offer at a local supermarket and paid just £1 for them. The flavours are a little different to the bog standard yogurt flavours, and you will get Strawberry Tart, Raspberry Tart, Lemon Cheesecake and Toffee Apple in a pack. The strawberry tart and raspberry tart varieties contain only oneWeight Watchers point and are 56 calories each. Lemon Cheesecake and Toffee Apple are one Weight Watchers point and are 62 and 58 calories each. These yogurts are really creamy and certainly don't taste like they are from the Weight Watchers range which is fab as they feel a little like a treat. The lemon cheesecake one is my favourite as it is a little sharp and tangy but they are all pretty good. If you are like me and are looking for ways to eat more healthily without compromising on flavour then you should certainly pick these up. They are a fab alternative to unhealthy sweet treats and can help you to lose weight as part of a calorie controlled diet - what more could you ask for!

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                17.10.2009 16:31
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                definitely recommended, give them a try

                I bought theses yogurts from asda as I have just joined weight watchers and they were on special offer at £1.00 per pack of 4, each one contains 120g, they are normally around £1.40. ***The Packaging*** There are 4 square plastic pots with a glossy paper lid. The pots are all stuck together in a square and have to be snapped apart. This can be done with ease and so far I have not had any injuries caused by sharp edges, but they have the potential to be quite sharp so look out. There is an outer sleeve made of a fairly pliable cardboard. The sleeve does serve a purpose though, it has almost all of the nutritional information on it. as well as the bar code. ***The Product*** There are 4 different flavours, they are; Strawberry Tart, Raspberry Tart, Lemon Cheesecake and Toffee Apple. In my opinion each flavour is captured and tastes just like the real thing. Each pot has a weight watchers points value of 1 point. (that's the same as 1 rich tea, who can eat just 1 though!). *Strawberry Tart - this one is very thick and creamy, it is a lovely creamy pink colour, it has a good amount of strawberry pieces and pieces of flan, the flan pieces are obviously soft. The taste is of rich creamy strawberry, the yogurt is smooth and is very nice. *Raspberry Tart - this one is very similar to the strawberry one, but tastes of raspberries and is darker in colour. *Lemon Cheesecake - This one is very lemony and will draw your cheeks in. It is also smooth, creamy and a very pale lemon colour, it has tiny pieces of lemon and soft biscuit through it. Although this one is nice it was not my favourite. *Toffee Apple - It is again very thick and creamy. The yogurt is smooth and toffee flavoured with small chunks of juicy stewed apples. Very nice. ***The Facts*** Each pot contains 120g Toffee Apple values are 62kcals 9.9g sugars 0.3g fat 0.1g saturates 0.3g fibre ***Overall*** I'm not much of a lover of yogurts, but from looking at the picture on the sleeve it looked thick and creamy, this combined with the fact that each pot has a maximum of 62 calories and the delicious flavours, I just could not resist giving them a try and I'm glad I did. They are all very tasty, they are full of flavour and texture, not like a lot of bland yogurts out there. I have found each one to be reasonably filling and an adequate stop gap snack to get me through to lunch time or a delicious dessert. I will definitely buy these again,in fact have went back yesterday for another 2 packs before they go back up to full price. They have around a 3 week shelf life on them.

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                  04.10.2009 12:13
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                  Worth a go! :)

                  Everybody thinks Weight Watchers foods are just for people who diet but they can do some really tasty stuff like their yogurts range for example... The one I am reviewing today is 'Dessert Recipe Yogurts' which are described as thick and fruity and come in four different flavours - strawberry tart, raspberry tart, lemon cheesecake and toffee apple. These come with an outer cardboard wrapper and four square pots with one flavour in each. Each pot weighs 120g and the contents are made with sugar and sweeteners. The calories are brilliant at 62 calories per pot or less depending on the flavour, and cost £1.38 on BOGOF at Morrisons recently. There is usually a few weeks use by date on the product so that's good for having a quick dessert or snack straight from the fridge. Yoplait make these in France and the points per dessert are pointed on the back of the wrapper: Strawberry tart and raspberry tart are only one point each and are 56 calories each. Lemon Cheesecake and Toffee Apple are one point each and are 58 and 62 calories each. The fat content is about 0.1g and the sugars are 8.8g at the highest point; the allergy advice is that there is milk in them and they are gluten free. These desserts are really low in fat of course but are very tasty too, very surprisingly fruity and rich each variety! All have pieces of fruit in them and are lovely colours and thick in texture too and really moreish. The lemon cheesecake has lumps of cheesecake type pieces in it so tastes really authentic and citrusy too. The toffee apple is really yummy and has little chucks of apple and really does taste like toffee. Five stars even though I'm not on a diet, lol, I think these are great!

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                    15.09.2009 20:59
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                    A perfect yoghurt

                    Weight Watchers Dessert Recipe Yoghurt's........ Since trying to loose weight (and succeeding with eating less and exercising more) I have tried out a few different low fat/low calorie food items. These Weight Watchers yoghurt's are by far the most tastiest thing to eat I have found. Not only are they the best yoghurt but I would say I would prefer to eat one of these instead of a low fat biscuit. At the moment a four pack of these yoghurt's are on a special buy one get one free offer in Morrison's so for 8 yoghurt's you pay only a small price of £1.38pence! What a bargain. There are four different flavours to choose from and these are Strawberry tart, Raspberry tart, Lemon Cheesecake and Toffee Apple. My favourite of the four is most definitely the Strawberry tart as this tastes like real strawberry and has small biscuit type pieces in. The strawberry and raspberry ones are practically the same other than they are made with different berries. The lemon cheesecake does actually taste just like lemon cheesecake though this is probably my least favourite of the pack purely because it is rather sour, as you would expect, but when needing a sweet hit this for me doesn't really hit the spot. The toffee apple flavoured yoghurt has chunks of apple inside and tastes just like the smell of a soap from Lush called "honey I washed the Kids" and to me this is another very tasty yoghurt. They are all very creamy and delicious however and far superior to any other low fat/low calorie yoghurt that is on the market. It is hard to believe that each yoghurt only has around 62 calories and 0.2grams of saturated fat. The yoghurt's are not as large as the Muller light yoghurt's as they are 120 grams but the fact that they are a little smaller does affect the fact that they are ten times creamier and far more tasty. Overall I would rate these yoghurt's very highly and I have stocked my fridge up with this special offer that is on at the moment. These special offers do however seem to be on rather a lot but even at the usual price without any offer I am happy to pay the price for these delicious desserts. I think a 5 star rating and a very high recommendation is only right for such a great product. What more could you want than a low fat, low calorie snack that tastes as delicious as these do! Many thanks for taking the time to read. I do hope this has been of some help/interest to you. xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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                      14.09.2009 11:37
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                      Nice little pot of yummyness!!

                      After recently not really being to careful with what I have been eating, I decided it is time to have to watch what I eat for the next couple of weeks. So while out shopping in Morrisons I noticed that they where doing these Weightwatchers Dessert Recipe Yogurts. Now I did have this some months back and they where really lovely and they certainly didn't taste like you are eating something thats not very high in calories. These come in a cardboard sleeve with a picture on the front of strawberries, raspberries, slices of lemon sitting on a tiny digestive biscuit, with slices of apple with toffee drizzled over the top! (So nice I could eat the box!!). There are 4 plastic tubs attached together that you will have to separate by bending them in half.You can choose from 4 different flavours, now this is where the trouble starts as if I remember rightly I love all 4 so which one do I have first. I'll start with the Lemon Cheesecake. This is extremely lemony with tiny little bits of biscuit mixed into it yogurt, sometimes you get little tiny clusters of biscuit that are lovely to find in the pot. This yogurt is just 58 calories with 0.2g of saturated fat in this 120g pot and is 1 weightWatchers Point in value. Very Moreish!! The Strawberry and Raspberry Tart yogurts are very similar, except for the taste of the different fruits. Both of them have the same thick texture with little bits of pastry that tastes and resembles a crumble mixture stirred in. Again both of these are very moriesh as the other two are. With the Strawberry and Raspberry one's having exactly the same 56 calories with 0.1g of saturated fat in their 120g pots and with still only 1 point each. Now lastly the Toffee Apple, this did not appeal to me when I first saw this as I thought it would be very sickly, but it is really nice. With the taste and smell of apples and the slight hint of toffee this is lovely as you crunch on the little pieces of apple in this yogurt. This is the highest calorie one in the pack at 62 calories and 0.1g of saturated fat. You get plenty in one of these pots to feel like you have had a nice fruity snack that hasn't pushed your calories or WeightWatchers Points over the top!! So if I should get a sweet-tooth moment then I shall grab one of these and even if I don't I shall still grab one of these as they are really nice and it has been hard not to eat all four of these pots while I have been writing this review ( well I have eaten 1 and half as I couldn't remember what the Toffee Apple tasted like from before and I had already eaten the Lemon Cheesecake earlier!!!)Thank goodness they are only low in calories!!! I got mine on Saturday in Morrisons when they where buy one get one free, I can't remember exactly how much I paid, but I think it was around the £1.40 mark, so not bad for 70p a pack. The use by date is long too 01 Oct. So I will be stocking up in these little beauties and now I am getting back to finishing my Toffee Apple yogurt as I don't want to waste it!!! Well thats my excuse!!! I'll give these yogurts 5 stars as they are great if you want something sweet, but not to high in calories.

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                        Delicious, low fat Dessert. A must even if you are not dieting

                        As a middle aged woman, i know the importance of eating healthily and ensuring that i eat low fat foods. Finding foods that are both enjoyable and satisfy the hunger are hard to find. Weight Watchers Dessert Recipe Yoghurts are a taste sensation and come in a pack of 4x120g pots. All 4 pots are a different flavour and contain only 0.2g of Saturated fat, with an average of 58 calories per pot. If on a Weight Watchers diet, they equate to only 1 point per pot. The Desserts are certainly thick and creamy and bursting with taste. They include Strawberry Tart, Raspberry Tart, Lemon Meringue and a Toffee Apple yogurt. All 4 are packed with flavour and do not taste like a diet yogurt. One pot is ample to satisfy anyones need for a dessert and i find they stop you snacking in between meals as well. My favourite is the toffe apple as it contains small chunks of apple and the combination with the toffee is pure heaven in a pot. I recently picked up a pack of 4 for just £1 and bought 3 packs to keep me going for a few weeks. These yogurts are well worth the money and i will continue to buy them. Go get yourself a pack, you won't regret it.

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                        24.08.2009 11:30

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                        These are just YUMMY!!! 4/5

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                        05.08.2009 08:29
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                        Another treat in a pot from Weight Watchers

                        Yoghurts are an essential item in my fridge, both Mr Lools and I are big fans. For about the last year the main variety I have been purchasing are Weight Watchers due to the low fat and calorie content. The two varieties I have favoured are Citrus and Toffee and Vanilla but I did fancy a change so opted for the Dessert variety, and wow these will be definitely be on the shopping list next week. ***Packaging*** Each of the flavours have an image on the pot of the particular dessert inside. The Weight Watchers branding is also visable on the pot along with the Weight Watchers points value (1 point). There are 4 pots of yoghurt which are attached to each other. To remove you snap off the yoghurt pot. Be careful as you do this, the pots are quite flimsy and the lids can rip off by accident, meaning you open the yoghurt before you want to. If you plan on putting these yoghurts in a bag as a packed lunch beware the flimsy lids can often tear or break open. Many a time have I opened my packed lunch only to find a yoghurt explosion! ***Price*** A our pack of Weight Watchers yoghurts cost £1.38 from Asda which for four small pots does seem quite expensive. Asda do have a special offer on the Weight Watchers range for 2 packs of four for £2.50. This is not just on the Dessert variety but on all varieties in the Weight Watchers yoghurt range. ***The Yoghurts*** The Weight Watchers Dessert variety has four flavours- **Lemon Cheesecake** This is probably my least favourite of the four flavours but it is still pleasant. The yoghurt is a light cream colour with very small pieces of lemon and biscuit pieces in the yoghurt. There is a definite lemon taste but this is very subtle and not at all sour. The initial taste is of lemon but then the buttery biscuit taste is apparent and can be tasted after you have swallowed. **Strawberry Tart** This is a bright pink colour with lots of quite large pieces of strawberry and biscuit pieces. The consistency of this flavour is very thick and lumpy, if you do not like yoghurt with pieces in then you will not like this flavour. The strawberry taste is apparent throughout and it is difficult to taste the biscuit pieces in the yoghurt. **Raspberry Tart** This is a bright pink colour similar to the Strawberry Tart only slightly deeper in colour. There are still pieces of raspberry in the yoghurt and biscuit pieces but these are much smaller and the yoghurt is much smoother. The raspberry taste is very subtle and the yoghurt tastes very fruity. The biscuit pieces can be tasted which have a subtle buttery taste. **Toffee Apple** This is a light beige colour with lots of little speckles in the yoghurt. There is an immediate toffee taste which has a hint of cinnamon. The apple taste is then apparent. This is a very sweet yoghurt and probably the sweetest out of all four flavours. ***Nutritional Information*** Per 120g pot of yoghurt- Lemon Cheesecake- 58cal, 0.3g fat Strawberry Tart- 56cal, 0.2g fat Raspberry Tart- 56cal, 0.2g fat Toffee Apple- 62cal, 0.3g fat ***Overall*** Will I be purchasing these again, definitely! The yoghurts are slightly more expensive being from the Weight Watchers brand but I think its worth spending more as there are no supermarket own brand yoghurts to rival the Weight Watchers range, both nutritionally and also taste wise. The pack of four yoghurts were gone within two days , Mr Lools didn't even get a look in, they were really that good!

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                          27.07.2009 21:32
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                          Yoghurts that taste like dessert

                          It has been previously noted that I have a sweet tooth, so I like nothing more than a little something to round a meal off. That's why I got fat! Partly anyway. Anyway, I spotted these yoghurts in a well-known supermarket and decided to give them a try. They come in a pack of four yoghurts, each 120g. One strawberry tart, one raspeberry tart, one lemon cheesecake and one toffee apple. **Strawberry Tart & Raspberry Tart** These yoghurts are thick and creamy, with bits of the fruit in there. Somehow, you even get the taste of the biscuit base of the tart! How do they do that? There's no bits of biscuit that I've spotted, and believe me - I've eaten a few to check! Nutritional: 56cal, 0.2g fat, 8.5g carbs **Lemon Cheesecake** Again, it's thick and creamy. It's not so lemony that it's bitter or sour, but just enough to give it a creamy lemon flavour, and again, you get the smell and taste of a biscuit base. There's not fruit bits in this one, which is probably a good thing as that would really make your teeth itch! Nutritional: 58cal, 0.3g fat, 9g carbs **Toffee Apple** I'm not a fan of toffee apples, I find them sickly. But this yoghurt is only faintly toffee flavoured with bits of apple in there. Just sweet enough, but does boarder on the too sweet, so if you don't have a sweet tooth - give this flavour a miss. Give it to someone else and appear sweet and giving! Nutritional: 62cal, 0.3g fat, 10g carbs Summary: I really enjoy these, they satisfy the desire for something sweet to round a good meal off with

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