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Old 08-17-2010, 04:47 PM   #1  
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Default Whoa, Chocolate Ice Cream bars

Has anyone tried the new Weight Watchers Chocolate Ice Cream bar? They are AMAZING. The bars are the size of a regular candy bar and are 3 points per bar.

I'm also loving their creamy Giant Latte bars.

One warning, if you have problems stopping at just 1 when eating ice cream and/or chocolate then these might not be right for you.
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I have not tried them yet but I saw them at the supermarket yesterday. They looked really yummy. I got the Skinny Cow fudge bars instead......my favorites!

I might pick up the WW ones next time
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I LOVE th WW chocolate icecream bars!!! Yummy!! They are a wonderful treat and help me stay on track when I feel the need for sweets!
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