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Choc shot?

Discussion in 'Slimming World' started by prettykins, 29 March 2014 Social URL.

  1. prettykins

    prettykins Full Member

    Has anyone tried choc shot? I bought some from tesco for £3.59! And am unimpressed with it. Doesn't even taste like chocolate to me.
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  3. pippalata

    pippalata Gold Member

    Wish I'd read this yesterday! I got some last night for dessert later!!!
  4. toddles

    toddles Full Member

    Not keen either which is annoying as it's soooo expensive
    I tried to make hot choc with it ....., don't
  5. What are choc shots? I get my chocolate fix from mixing hot choc satchets with yogurt, or just normal hot chocolate :) x
  6. pippalata

    pippalata Gold Member

    It's a liquid chocolate, like a chocolate sauce. 1 syn for a tablespoon.
  7. prettykins

    prettykins Full Member

    Definately not worth the money. Better off buying some chocolate sauce or something like that x
  8. slimmingmadhouse

    slimmingmadhouse Full Member

    Same here, didn't like it waste of money.
  9. pippalata

    pippalata Gold Member

    It's not very nice. Bugger :( the boyf quite liked it but he's not on bloody slimming world!!!
  10. Rochelle1

    Rochelle1 Gold Member

    I'm surprised with this, I really like it! I think it tastes more like dark chocolate, which I love so that's probably why I like it? I love it on magic pancakes, or puffed wheat, or banana, or just on yogurt! Its lush. My mam made some of the cream soda rice pud last week and it was amazing on that! Guess it wouldn't do for us all to like the same things lol
  11. PeggyDee

    PeggyDee Full Member

    Please, what is cream soda rice pud? Always looking for SW friendly sweet treats for pudding.
  12. Rochelle1

    Rochelle1 Gold Member

    Not completely sure cos I didn't make it but I think it's just pudding rice boiled with diet cream soda, then vanilla muller light stirred in, I'm sure if you google for it you'll find it x
  13. jen3

    jen3 Silver Member

    Our consultant bought it in last week for us to try. Wasnt impressed but tried it "neat" - may be better on something? Had a horrible initial taste but not as bad once swallowed
  14. PeggyDee

    PeggyDee Full Member

    LOL, Jen, why swallow something fattening if it doesn't taste nice? The only reason I resort to chocolate snacks is because of the nice taste in my mouth, not the after effect once swallowed. Once it is in my tummy I am no longer enjoying the delicious yumminess of it, but it is nevertheless doing it's evil work.
  15. jen3

    jen3 Silver Member

    I agree - but couldnt really spit it out in the middle of class lol - wont be buying it thats for sure
  16. mhajs

    mhajs Member

    Ive been thinking about getting some but the price put me off. Not sure I will bother now!
  17. Princess_Stevie

    Princess_Stevie Gold Member

    I too am in the minority here, as I like it!

    Had a tbsp on my rice pudding, and have had it on some little cakes to make them feel more "naughty". Agree that it's quite bitter though, more like dark chocolate.

    Okay, it's definitely not Nutella. But what are you expecting for half a Syn per tsp :D
  18. sarahb-84

    sarahb-84 Full Member

    ive bought it for magic pancakes. its ok but more like a dark chocolate. i wont buy it again
  19. mmarie86

    mmarie86 New Member

    I'm surprised everyone hates it! I think it's great, perfect if I need a chocolate hit and don't want to get the oreos out! I love dark chocolate though so this may be why...
  20. upndown

    upndown Gold Member

    I agree expensive and not nice - sticking to my friend Freddo - and only 5 yummy syns!

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