Weight Watchers Smart Ones Thin Crust Cheese Pizza is described as a blend of reduced fat cheeses with a tangy tomato sauce on a crispy-thin crust. There aren't too many "real" pizza substitutes that I've enjoyed, but this one looked good on the packaging, so I was anxious to try it.
Weight Watchers Smart Ones Sesame Noodles with Vegetables is described as having Lo Mein pasta, snap peas, broccoli, carrots & red peppers in sesame sauce. I followed the directions, heating this up int he microwave for 3 minutes, then pulling back the film and heating again for another minute. A quick stir of things and I had something that closely resembled the picture on the packaging.
Weight Watchers Smart Ones Pasta Primavera is described as having, "tender bow tie pasta with broccoli and julienne-cut carrots in a creamy parmesan sauce."
I first got turned on to Weight Watchers Giant Ice Cream Bars when I reviewed the Giant Chocolate Cookies and Cream Bar. It's been a few years since then, but I recently came across Weight Watchers Giant Wildberry Sorbet & Ice Cream Bar. It's described as having, "luscious sorbet swirls ... a sweet and creamy treat that's sure to satisfy."
This bar is just as good as the Cookies and Cream. It's a giant size frozen treat, which will take you quite a few minutes to get through - I suggest keeping handy a plate so you can put it down intermittently. The taste is just dreamy, creamy with a hint of tangy and sweet sorbet.
Each 102 gram Weight Watchers Giant Wildberry Sorbet & Ice Cream Bar provides 120 calories, 0.5 grams of total fat (1% of the daily value), no saturated fat, 4 grams of fiber (15% of the DV), 20 grams of sugars and 2 grams of protein.
Weight Watchers SmartOnes Artisan Creations Chicken Marinara with Mozzarella Cheese Grilled Flatbread is described on the box as, "grilled white meat chicken, fire-roasted bell peppers and onions, reduced fat mozzarella cheese with marinara sauce on a flatbread." Well, it looked appetizing, and so I decided to try it for lunch.
I haven't been disappointed with a Weight Watchers SmartOnes Artisan Creations meal yet - having enjoyed the Stone Fired Pepperoni Crust Pizza (Review) and Southwestern Style Chicken Fiesta Grilled Flatbread (Review) - and this entree lived up to my expectations. WW really hit on a winning combination with a slightly sweet marinara sauce and the roasted bell peppers which I think was the star of the show - but the sauce was a close second. The chicken chunks were plentiful as well, but I think WW could make a delicious non-meat version of this as well (if they haven't done so already). I really enjoyed this for lunch, and it was $2.50 well spent.
Get ready for a lot of Frozen Dinner Reviews, because I think I picked up one of everything from my local grocery store a few nights ago. I love when companies try to have more exotic flavors, so one of the 1st products I tried from my haul was Weight Watchers Smart Ones Thai Style Chicken & Rice Noodles.
The prep directions said to microwave for 4 minutes 30 seconds, which is what I did. I was actually very pleasantly surprised by how good this meal was. It's simple - rice noodles, carrots & chicken in a "Thai style" sauce - and in this case, the simplicity paid off. There small chunks of chicken provided was quite plentiful, and it was well saturated with in a brown sauce. Loved the sauce - not as sweet and creamy as I expected (or dreaded), and when everything was mixed together, the sauce was the glue was what made the dish pop. It was flavorful with a hint of pepper after a few mouthfuls. The rice noodles on their own were quite bland - as all rice noodles are, so make sure to really mix everything together. The matchstick size carrots actually remained quite firm even after 4 minutes in the microwave, and they added a nice crunch to the meal.
I had this for dinner, but the 255 gram entree looked a wee bit small, so I added a side of Pictsweet Steam'ables Baby Sugar Snap Peas, which rounded out the meal nicely.