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It is no secret by now that I am a huge foodie. Or that I have a super sweet tooth and a love for anything “naughty. So when I was asked if I would like to try out some frozen desserts from Thorntons and Weight Watchers of course I agreed.Frozen desserts are something I often keep in the freezer as they are great for lazy Sunday dinners or when the sugar cravings hit.
Frozen desserts – Thornton’s Melt in the middle chocolate puddings
The first of the frozen desserts are the Thornton’s melt in the middle chocolate puddings. These are chocolate sponge puddings with a gooey chocolate centre. The puddings cook from frozen, 12 minutes in the oven or 1 minute in the microwave. Each pudding is the perfect size for one person. The sponge is rich and chocolatey and the centre super thick and gooey. They are delicious and are my favourite of the frozen desserts.
Frozen desserts – Thornton’s toffee profiteroles
The second of my frozen desserts, Thornton’s toffee profiteroles. These are choux pastry balls with toffee cream and a chocolate sauce. They need defrosting before eating (obviously) but defrost quickly, in about an hour. The sauce can be served cold or warm. We had warm sauce but this does make it quite a thin chocolate sauce. Next time I think I will leave it cold. The profiteroles are bite size and really nice. The toffee cream is a nice, different filling. Despite being runny the chocolate sauce is rich and super chocolatey. The profiteroles are easy to separate when frozen and the chocolate sauce comes in 2 packets so you can defrost and eat half a box at a time. Again we really enjoyed eating these and I will happily re-purchase them.
Frozen desserts – Weight Watchers toffee & honeycomb sundae
The last of my frozen desserts are the Weight Watchers toffee and honeycomb sundaes. These are toffee and vanilla ice-cream with toffee sauce and a honeycomb topping. As they are ice-cream sundaes they don’t need any preparation and can be eaten straight from the freezer. I wasn’t sure what to expect from these being Weight Watchers friendly. But they are so nice! The ice-cream is really creamy and the sauce is really sweet. The honeycomb topping tastes really nice too, although it isn’t crunchy like normal honeycomb. I’ll definitely buy these again, especially as they are so guilt free.
You can find all of these frozen desserts in the freezer section of the supermarket.
Which frozen dessert would you like to try?
*I was sent vouchers to get these desserts in exchange for an honest review. This does not influence my words or thoughts and all opinions are my own.