I'm loving the flexibility that WeightWatchers online gives you - nothing is forbidden fruit, as long as you calculate the number of points (which is very straight forward if you enter the values from the nutritional information and add it to your ProPoints tracker). This system allows you to calculate the exact ProPoints value of any product from any brand, but many food items are already listed in the ProPoints tracker. Then you have the WeightWatchers branded products which proudly display their (very low) ProPoints value on the packaging itself, making it even easier.
The latest WeightWatchers product that I've been sampling has been the Oaty Chocolate Chip Mini Cookies. They come in individual serving packs - the photo above shows the contents of one pack - and you get a lot of biscuits so, even if each one is small, your brain thinks you've been eating loads of biscuits and makes you feel incredibly satisfied !
The biscuits are very crispy and crumbly with a lovely taste and texture. They have tiny nuggets of chocolate in them but then the biscuits themselves are tiny too. They're great for people watching their waistline but I've also noticed that the younger Madhouse Mini-testers are always drawn to them too because they love the small size of them. We even ended up using ours as ears on our Pudsey Chocolate Chip Cookies that we made for Children In need !
Each 19g bag contains just 87 calories, 3.3g of sugar and 3.6g of fat, of which 0.8g saturates. They're lovely to nibble on but if you want something to dunk, be warned - they're too small so you'll burn your fingers in your tea !
star rating : 4.5/5
RRP : £1.59 for 95g (5 x 19g)
Disclosure : I have been given a year's membership to Weight Watchers Online and receive monthly hampers of products in return for honest reviews.
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