What’s small, rubbery, and fit for a toy kitchen? I totally get why Weight Watcher’s Multi-Grain Bread is kinda tiny – it’s that whole portion control philosophy. But rubbery-chewy bread? What the hell is that about?
The label boasts the ancient grain ingredients that are amaranth, kamut, spelt and quinoa, yet I found no tasty or visually impressive evidence of that compared to other multi-grain breads. There were just some rogue, nutty seeds here and there. Yet despite the rubbery-ness, you can pretty much adapt to the bread and keep on chewing without complaint.
But wait! It turns out what we’re really dealing with here is a piece of sh!t. This extra small, overpriced loaf of bread also contains the horrific artificial sweetener that is Acesulfame Potassium. Shame on you Weight Watchers! If you’re gonna promote fitness and health, don’t try to feed your peoples an ingredient that is rumored to be carcinogenic (aka, it might cause cancer).
I’m bringing this Taste Test to a screeching halt. I doesn’t matter if you think the bread is good. Don’t feed it to your food trap. Weight Watcher’s Multi-Grain Bread is worse than discovering a pimple on your butt cheek during swimsuit season.
- Price Paid: $4.29
- Serving Size: 2 slices
- Calories: 100
- Fat Calories: 10
- Total Fat: 1g
- Sodium: 170mg
- Carbs: 18g
- Fiber: 4g
- Sugar: 0g
- Protein: 6g
REACTIONS FROM THE TASTE TEST CREW
Health-hater Husband: I don’t like the nutty seed things in the bread.
Greedy Kid #1: I don’t want it. I’ve had Weight Watcher’s food before. It’s always nasty.
Greedy Baby: The remaining bread slices are now in crumbles in her toy kitchen.
Yum UP! to: Pimple-free booty cheeks. I own a pair of those.
Yuck Down to: Foods that may cause cancer because companies don’t give a damn.