In our family, we’ve bounced around a lot of different diet options over time. Some of them have been really great (and effective!), but we always reach a point where we are SUPER hungry for dairy-related products specifically. However, not wanting to compromise the “diet,” we normally just go without—or kill the diet off early if we can’t do it any longer. But now, we have a better solution.
When you’re looking for a quick snack that won’t crater your diet goals, you can now reach for Weight Watchers Light Mozzarella String Cheese. Full of flavor (yes, even for a diet-friendly product!), these individually wrapped wonders are only 1 SmartPoint per serving. They may also be a bit too much fun to pull apart. Since Weight Watchers is so confident you’ll love them, they’ve got a Great Taste Guarantee—love it or get your money back!
As a busy mom, I appreciate snacks like these that make my day easier, but not heavier. Grabbing a Weight Watchers Light Mozzarella String Cheese from the fridge satisfies so many diet cravings, while keeping diet goals in reach.
My three-year-old helper was a little too excited to get these for me. He looooves string cheese and thinks everyone else should love it too, so he was thrilled Mommy was going to have some with him at snacktime.
I was pleasantly surprised with how good they were, and I love how Weight Watchers has this Great Taste GuaranCheesed challenge going on at TakeTheGreatTasteChallenge.com. How awesome is it that they’re offering your money back if you don’t like them?! You really have to try them to believe it, though.
I had a blast being able to participate in snacktime with my kids without feeling guilty, and they thought it was the best thing ever that Mommy was peeling her cheese apart just like them. We had a bonding moment over which way was better to eat them (biting hunks off or pulling apart and then dangling into your mouth). We compared tastes (their “normal” cheese sticks vs. my Weight Watchers one), and most of them said they liked mine better! That’s something I didn’t expect—usually kids are super picky, so if they thought that, it must be really good.