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Weightwatchers foods, Half price or better @ Morrisons £0.44

£0.44 @ Morrisons
Morrisons have reduced a large range of weightwatchers foods to half price or better. Inc: Weight Watchers Bacon £1.19 Weight Watchers Chicken Tikka & Rice £1.27 Weight Watchers Garlic Ciab… Read More
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banned7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago
Morrisons have reduced a large range of weightwatchers foods to half price or better.
Inc:

Weight Watchers Bacon £1.19

Weight Watchers Chicken Tikka & Rice £1.27

Weight Watchers Garlic Ciabatta 44p

Weight Watchers Caramel Creamed Rice 64p

Weight Watchers Citrus Yogurts 69p

Weight Watchers Fish Pie £1.27

Weight Watchers Garlic Naans 49p

Weight Watchers Reduced Fat Cream 44p

Ideal time to start a diet, now all the christmas goodies are gone
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#1
Is this nationwide or just one store that is getting rid of stock that is nearing it's use by date?
#2
ooh lovely, start my diet feb 1st!
banned#3
greatminds
Is this nationwide or just one store that is getting rid of stock that is nearing it's use by date?


Nationwide, it's on their website, and the stock in my local had very good dates, some 2011
banned#4
o0nicola0o
ooh lovely, start my diet feb 1st!


Thats cheating, waiting till all the christmas goodies have gone before starting the diet Lol


Edit: Thats actually a cracking idea, Perhaps i would be doing better if id done that :thumbsup:
#5
Fab :-D Will be heading there today
#6
Weightwatchers stuff is awful quality, and hardly ever healthier than the nearest alternative they just use sweeteners and salt. Their loaves of bread have more fat, salt and calories than the warburtons alternative.. Just a good name that people immediately think OMG ITS WELL HEALTHY.
#7
Half price means you can eat twice as much:whistling:
#8
Good deal if you like no meat in your chicken tikka
#9
Brilliant deal, seeing as I'm due to start my diet soon :-P
#10
Ramsay Ladders
Half price means you can eat twice as much:whistling:


beat me to that punch line - LOL!
#11
Totally disagree that the Weight Watchers stuff is awful quality - but each to their own! Can't think of very much on the range I wouldn't eat again after having it once, the frozen desserts are very tasty, they do a great Italian-inspired menu, macaroni cheese, carbonari with bacon, garlic ciabatta. Less calories and salt than for example the Asda "Be Good To Yourself" range, some of which is only 1 or 2 calories (per 100 grams) less than the "regular/finest" Asda branded ranges.

Hot from me!
#12
weight watchers on promotion lots places atm
#13
weightwatchers is always on special offer at this time of year...its a known fact that thousands of people who have over indulged at christmas always try and shift it come January.....go to any gym local to you and you will be lucky if theres any empty machines left to use...go back in March and the place is empty cause just about everyone has given up by then lol
#14
WW isn't that bad. Their macaroni cheese is a bit too watery for me, but I enjoy their ham tagiatelle and their bagels. Mind you their caramel crunch pud and the chocolate one like it are extremely lush :thumbsup:
#15
Cracking price. Hot deal.

Although, personally I find that a lot of the Weightwatchers range are only low in fat because there isn't much to actually eat in the first place!! Very true of their snack bars/crisps!
banned#16
Superb deal with very low price. Vote added.
#17
Weight watchers foods are ok if you don't mind paying more for the brand name. They just rely on WW members and lazy people to buy something blindly. If people actually look at the nutritional information on the packets compared to other brands you often find little difference. A number of WW food items that i have had such as pasta sauces, jams, biscuits, crisps, bread and soups etc.. have actually been higher in calories (or WW points) than cheaper better quality food items. If you like what you are buying then fair enough, especially when its cheap.
#18
i watched a program on channel 4 called the pig business and they traced where weight watchers got their pork products from in eastern poland. you have never seen anything so filthy and cruel in your life. i was very surprised.
#19
mikmikmik
you have never seen anything so filthy and cruel in your life.


Celebrity Big Brother?
#20
bunnygirlbaby
WW isn't that bad. Their macaroni cheese is a bit too watery for me, but I enjoy their ham tagiatelle and their bagels. Mind you their caramel crunch pud and the chocolate one like it are extremely lush :thumbsup:


I bought a pack of the caramel puds on offer on Friday (2points each pot) from morrisons. I ate 1on Friday night and thought it was really nice for 2 points - though I do have a really sweet tooth and even I could tell it tasted very artifically sweetened.
Suddenly realised when i woke up on saturday that they were frozen desserts but i'd put them in the fridge. So the 1st one I had on Friday night had been defrosting for 3 hours when I ate it and I had the 2nd one for breakfast on saturday morning.
I actually liked the consistency of the defrosted version - though i think it was the defrosted nature that really brought out its artificial sweetened taste cause the 1 on Saturday morning was even sweeter and not as great as the Friday nights one.
If they are still on offer this Friday I may even try buying again and putting in the freezer instead of fridge and see if i like it that way!!!!
#21
Also; Ocean pie, chicken hotpot, beef hotpot, beef lasagne, shepherd's pie, maybe more @ 70p until 31/1/10

Small portions (it is 'diet' food after all), so might want to do a baked potato or something along with them
#22
The ww chips are actually very tasty i must admit.
#23
Geijin
Celebrity Big Brother?


pmsl :thumbsup:
#24
Fab find... WW's stuff is great if you are actually doin weightwatchers diet makes the points counting a lot easier :)

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