With summer on it’s way, ice cream is something that I crave regularly. Those of you who read my blog will know I lost the majority of my weight by following Weight Watchers. When I was contacted asking if I’d like to review Weight Watchers desserts, I was more than happy to give them a try.
The first thing I noted about Weight Watchers iced desserts is that they are really affordable and there is quite a lot of variety available in the Weight Watchers desserts range now.
Chocolate & Toffee Mini Pot Swirls
I’d never tried these before and was looking forward to it. They come in a pack of four, with two different flavours, chocolate or toffee. The mini pot swirls are perfect for me because I prefer chocolate flavoured desserts and my mum prefers toffee. These are delicious and creamy, of good portion size and really taste so good.
Strawberry & Vanilla Whirls
If you have a sweet tooth, you will love these. These contain strawberry ice cream, vanilla ice cream and a strawberry sauce, all for just 74 calories. The portion size of the Strawberry & Vanilla Whirls are perfect for me, as I don’t like huge desserts.
Toffee & Vanilla Whirls
At 75 calories, the Toffee and Vanilla whirls are a lovely sweet treat. The texture is quite light, with a toffee sauce to tingle your taste-buds. Again, I was impressed with the portion size.
Whether or not you follow Weight Watchers, the Weight Watchers frozen desserts range is ideal for someone watching their weight, who likes an occasional sweet treat. Overall, I’m so impressed and each of the desserts I tried are genuinely delicious. I’d happily purchase products from the desserts range in future.
You can pick up these desserts in the following shops:
Mini Pot Swirls – ASDA
Strawberry Whirls/Toffee Whirls – Iceland
Have you tried Weight Watchers iced desserts before? If so, let me know what you think in the comments.
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