You know when you get an email from a PR company about an opportunity and then you sort of keep forgetting about it? Well huge apologies to Jess at MCG PR because this has been a long time coming. Like, seriously long.
Today I want to share with you some desserts that my mum has been loving (guess who ate them all before I got the chance). My mum is currently on Weight Watchers and we’ve been trying a lot of recipes from the magazines and books, but she’s been stumped on the sweet treat option. However, Weight Watchers have introduced some Iced Desserts* which are the perfect treat when you’re watching what you eat.
Retailing for around £2, Weight Watchers have a range of desserts including the two that I want to talk about today. The Chocolate Honeycomb & Toffee Fudge Mini Pot Swirls* only come in at 2 smart points are are basically low fat ice cream. My mum’s opinion (since they were all gone by the time I got to the freezer) was that they were the perfect little post-dinner treat. It was just enough for a little bit of a sweetness without being too naughty. Another bonus – there are less than 100 kcals per pot!
The Toffee & Honeycomb Sundaes* are a little bigger, and a lot naughtier at around 150 kcals and 4 smart points. However, these were my mum’s dessert of choice and she’s even going to pick these up again! These are still ice cream based, but with more sauce integrated into the dessert.
I’m hoping to be able to get my hands on the Toffee Whirls and demolish them before my mum takes them off me! That’s the problem with living back home – the fridge and freezer is anyone’s game. With summer here (I think, it may have gone by the time this post goes live. Bloody weather!), these are the perfect desserts to keep in the freezer for those warm nights where nothing but a bit of ice cream will satisfy you.
Have you tried any of the Weight Watchers desserts, or do you have an alternative naughty-but-nice favourite treat? And if Jess is reading this, I’m so sorry again for this review taking so long!
*This post products bought with vouchers that I was gifted in exchange for a review, but all opinions are my own. My full disclaimer can be found here.