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Weight Watchers sauces

Discussion in 'Weight Watchers - ProPoints Queries' started by ellaye, 11 January 2014 Social URL.

  1. ellaye

    ellaye Well-Known Member

    Are the jars of sauces nice? Are there any other nice relatively low PP (like 2-4) pasta sauce brands?
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  3. Cheekypasterfield

    Cheekypasterfield Rather comfy here

    I haven't had any for years but I do recall they are okay and obviously good when you want a super quick dinner. The tesco healthy living pasta sauce is nice and I think about 2pp for half a jar.

    Personally though I don't do any jar sauce. I've found the time it takes to cook your pasta is enough time I to make a 0pp Sauce.

    Hubby used to love jar sauces but since going to homemade he's admitted that now a jar sauce is too salty (he made a spag Bol at work with a jar sauce)
  4. Autumn500

    Autumn500 Well-Known Member

    I do this too, but then if you go back to jars it's so scary how processed they taste!
  5. wychweaver

    wychweaver Active Member

    I use them often, especially when time is limited. I adore the rogan josh curry and the tikka masala curry (all 2 points per half a jar).. I can usually get three meals from each jar.

    The pasta sauces, I really like. if you just throw in chunky veg, onions peppers etc.. Have a big salad with it instead of pasta, what a cracking low point meal!!

    fresh is always best and of course healthier I think but when time is pushed, these are brilliant and Lidl tend to sell them for a £1 a jar


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