Saturday, 6 October 2012

What has been a big hit? #WWBack2Best

NOTE:  This post should have gone live according to a normal schedule on Friday 12th October, however it is not appropriate to have it in amongst my posts about Ethiopia.
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Today should be week 2 of my Weight Watchers #WWBack2Best challenge but I can't give you an update today as I'm away in Ethiopia on the most awesome trip and to be honest weighing myself is the last thing on my mind.

This won't have been an indulgent trip so I am hoping that I will come back having lost at least a small amount of weight but I'll let you know as soon as I can next week.



Whilst I'm away I just wanted to let you know about some of the Weight Watchers food products I have been trying out. I can honestly say that everything I have tried (and you can see from the picture there was quite a lot) has been pretty nice.  Some of it I just wouldn't buy to be honest as I personally see it as a waste of my points, but that is just me.

Other things have been an absolute saviour to me and I am buying them regularly and loving them. I'll share my hits -

These WW bagels are to die for.  I truly love them and it is no hardship to have one for breakfast or lunch.  They have just 4 ProPoints or 154 calories and my kids love them too. The best thing is they have a long date on them, about 6 weeks and I stocked up last week as they were half price in Morrisons, at just 67p for a pack of 5! yay

Another hit has been the WW wraps, these are even lower at 3 ProPoints and are great absolutely filled sky high with salad and some lean ham for lunch or I have used them to make quorn and veggie enchiladas and boy were they good!


It is always nice to still be able to have a little treat when you are dieting and I was a bit sceptical when WW sent me lots of snacks to try. Generally I would rather have something small that is a non-diet specific food than have diet foods but actually I am in love with the chocolate covered digestive biscuits. They are only 1 ProPoint each and are really delicious. I also like the fact that the pack is resealable so they stay nice and fresh. The lemon and ginger cookies are good too and even better, then come in a sealed pack of two, perfect for me to take to work and just 2 ProPoints for the pack.

I can honestly say that I am enjoying following the Weight Watchers ProPoints plan and I find that the more I read and get involved in the online community the more engaged and motivated I am.

And how are you getting on?  Have you got any nice little finds to share with me?


Disclosure:  I have received 6 months online membership and a Weight Watchers hamper for the purposes of undertaking this review of the plan and products. I have not been instructed what to write and I remain honest.

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