Anyone tried the WW quiches?

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  1. Sapphire

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    Or even managed to find them in the shops? Saw them in the mag and on the website, wanted to give them a try but can't find them anywhere...wondering how big they are too?
     
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    I didnt even know they did them, after all our quiche talk last week Id love to try them.

    Did they have any info about points etc??
     
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    Quiche? Quiche? who is talking about quiche :drool:. I have not seen the ww ones but I brought the Tesco HL one last week. I had some for my dinner last night and that was very nice. Not very big but 35 pts for a quarter (100g) and it is worth it as it was lovely......
     
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    Probably not with the amount I would eat of it :rotflmao:

    Yes dont panic I did miss the decimal point I did mean 3.5 an not 35 pts LOL
     
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    Hi Sapphire
    I have seen the ww quiches there is a bacon leek and cheese and a cheese and tomatoe one and also there is a cheese and onion the bacon cheese and leek and the cheese and tomatoe one ive seen at sainsburys but the cheese and onion one i saw at morrisons on a trial price that was a few weeks back
     
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    HI All,
    Yep i have tried them, they are very little, taste quite nice but they are 6 - 6.5 points each so they are quite alot and to be honest i think i prefer the tesco h/l one. I must say again they are very very LITTLE!!!!!!!!!

    Love Busy XX

    P.S They are quite expensive as well!!
     
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    Ive tried the cheese and onion one that was nice but was not keen on the tomatoe one it was like a paste but not tried the cheese and bacon and brocoli but think the cheese and onion was 6 points per quiche thats if im right
     
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    I think sainsburys do quiches as well be good to yourself a light range like ww but never tried them
     
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    Hi Clair
    What sort of healthy living quiche was it that you had hunnever tried these but seen them . Dont think they do individula ones . wonder how many points for just a slice .

    Good luck
     
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    Oh i'm not going to bother if they are tiny then! Might treat myself to some tesco HL one one day :)
     
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