Sunday, 30 August 2015

Weight Watchers Toffee & Honeycomb Sundaes

Hi Everyone!

I hope you're all having a wonderful bank holiday weekend!

Today, in keeping with the recent theme of healthy food options, we are going to be looking at the Weight Watchers dessert range. 

The options I've tried so far are the Toffee & honeycomb sundaes and these come in a pack of two for £2.50 from local supermarkets (I got mine from Sainsburys). 


Each sundae comes in at 154 calories, is made with a low fat recipe and is completely suitable for vegetarians. You absolutely do not have to be on the Weight Watchers plan to enjoy these treats, however if you are they are worth 4 propoints per sundae.


As you can see, the toffee and vanilla flavour dessert is swirled with toffee sauce and topped with yummy honeycomb pieces. I would recommend it as a fantastic switch for the popular Mcdonalds toffee sundae which comes in at 344 calories and doesn't even have the honeycomb.

Tastewise, they most certainly satisfy any sweet tooth cravings, the vanilla and toffee flavour is really nice and creamy with the added crunch from the honeycomb. Perfect as an after meal treat or alternatively as something to reach for when the weather is good and you are relaxing outside.

Also in the range are salted caramel sundaes and mini pot swirls in chocolate honeycomb and toffee fudge, both of which look delicious and I am really keen to try out soon. I'd love to hear what you guys think of them if you've given them a go. Pop me a comment below and if I hear good things I can do follow up reviews! 

I hope you liked this post, thanks for reading my thoughts and I'll speak to you soon.

Love Sally X

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  1. Ooh I may have to give these a try.. Although I don't follow Weight Watchers I have been picking up a few of their items as a healthier alternative. I have a massive sweet tooth so I'll have to pick these up on my next shop.

    x

    Small&Blonde ♥

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