Product Review: Weight Watchers Creamy Chocolate Smoothie Calcium Fortified Drink Mix

Written by alauriebug on 1/7/2010 11:11 PM | COMMENTS (20)

A delicious way to help you meet your Good Health Guidelines for milk and its a Filling Food. Add Creamy Chocolate flavor to water for a delicious drink with 60% more calcium than a glass of milk! If mixed with fat-free milk, you can meet the daily requirement of 2 milk servings!

Typically this is not something I would like, however the chocolate flavor is by far the best that I have tried. It is interesting because the mix gets thick. I have trouble with the texture so I have to drink it with a straw and it goes down quite easily then. It is best very cold, if you did not read my review of the Vanilla or Peppermint flavor...

I have tried it with water and soymilk; however I like the soymilk best for mixing the drink mix. You can also blend it in the blender with ice. It also came with a recipe book, which contained some interesting recipes that may interest you. When I make them, I will post them as well :0) This is good warmed as Hot Chocolate. I think I like it warm better than cold :0)... But the other recipes look pretty good too...

These are 4 out of 5 stars. I might buy these again because they make it easy to get your milk servings in. If I were to buy them, I would buy them in the three pack with two chocolate boxes and one vanilla box. It is a better deal and you get the vanilla.They are kosher and cost $7.50 for a box with 7 drink mix packets. That is $1.07 each.

One packet is one point. If you mix with water it stays at one point. If you mix with milk or soymilk you need to figure those points into the equation. I like to take 2 packets and a 16 oz bottle of water with me in my cooler/lunchbox when I leave the house. I can easily mix it in the bottle and chug it down and get 2 milk servings in... and I am not a big chocolate lover... but you can do the same thing with the other flavors too. They are handy and easy to transport.

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  • Post Image blythe1015 (blythe)

    1/5/2014 10:06 AM
    Where can I purchase these?

  • Post Image onebanks (m)

    4/11/2013 2:22 PM
    Does anyone know if this smoothie contains aspartame/nutrasweet? I'm allergic to that ingredient. Or if the French Vanilla flavor has aspartame? Thanks!

  • Post Image onebanks (m)

    4/11/2013 12:51 PM
    Does anyone know if this smoothie contains aspartame/nutrasweet? I'm allergic to that ingredient. Or if the French Vanilla flavor has aspartame? Thanks!

  • Post Image alaskalinder

    3/13/2013 5:48 PM
    gluton free?

  • Post Image trista05 (trista)

    2/25/2013 8:58 AM
    This is worth the $$ in my opinion! I tried this today mixed with water. I enjoy it because its somewhat thick and VERY FILLING---more filling than I ever expected, yet not as good as chocolate milk it's still tasty. It is better than most health smoothies, but don't expect it to taste AWESOME. The chocolate milkshake recipe with this mix is awesome though!

  • Post Image jshefley (jocelynn)

    9/12/2012 12:10 PM
    i mixed mine with 8 oz of water and some ice in a blender, its actually very filling!

  • Post Image candyjj13 (candy)

    4/13/2012 2:55 PM
    does anyone know if these are these available at grocery stores?

  • Post Image lacee32 (lacey)

    1/8/2012 9:19 AM
    I just bought these shakes and wanting to try them with unsweetened almond milk

  • Post Image kaye5410 (karen)

    11/12/2011 3:14 PM
    smoothie mixed with skim mik is how many points 2 or 4

  • Post Image terface52 (terry)

    9/8/2011 6:41 AM
    Love the Smoothies, however, they are two points mixed with water, not one.

  • Post Image beachgirl225

    6/27/2011 9:15 PM
    I just tried it, and mixed with coffee, a recommended mix, and I personally do not like it

  • Post Image lynned3

    4/7/2011 9:57 PM
    It's absolutely delicious with Almond Milk, fruit and ice cubes blended.

  • Post Image honeylissabee (lissa)

    9/8/2010 3:28 PM
    My leader says that mixing one of these up with some milk and a WW minibar is really good. Personally, I'm not a fan.

  • Post Image msilmon7 (melissa)

    1/13/2010 7:34 AM
    I think I may try these. I think it would be good in the blender with ice like a shake. I don't ever get all of my milk servings in.

  • Post Image mimiteach2

    1/11/2010 11:11 PM
    Ha! Ha! I just read the comments and realized it's not the first time I've visited your blog! Oh well, I'm gettting old - I plead alzheimersness! I always enjoy your blogs!

  • Post Image mimiteach2

    1/11/2010 11:09 PM
    I like to make the smoothie mixes with frozen berries! Yumm!

  • Post Image nic1993

    1/11/2010 11:57 AM
    I love the smoothie mixes in all flavors! I use alot of differenct extracts to them different.Love love love them!

  • Post Image mimiteach2

    1/9/2010 9:16 PM
    I love these, too! I like to add frozen fruit - strawberries, blueberries, or raspberries! It only adds a point and it makes the consistency like a frozen milkshake!

  • Post Image angela mason

    1/9/2010 11:39 AM
    sometime try cutting the water down a little adding a few ice cubes and a banana and throw it in the blend talk about fabulous !

  • Post Image scoutmaster&bird-dog (linnea)

    1/9/2010 1:43 AM
    I really like this product too.


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