Wednesday, October 8, 2008

Yummy yummy yummy


I have a new obsession: Walden Farms Apple Butter. HOLY YUM! O Calories, 0 Fat, 0 everything! It is sweetened with splenda, and is oohhh so yum. My favorite 1 pt snack of the week: 2 slices of WW bread (toasted of course), and this apple butter. I swear it tastes like apple pie. Ok, so the texture is not quite the same (it's a real jelly) but it's the BOMB on the flavour scale.
I've tried a few of the dressings as well, and they're pretty good! I wasn't really that impressed with the French dressing as it had a bit of a chemical taste, but the Thousand Island & the Asian were really really good! The maple syrup tastes like the real thing just a bit more liquidish. The caramel spread is yummers too.
I want to try the peanut butter, the marshmallow spread, and the BBQ Sauce. Has anyone tried any of these and if so, how were they? Before shelling out $5.00 on a bottle just to find out that it's gross, I'd like to know other people's opinions. Are there any other flavours that you've tried from Walden Farms that I should?
Looking forward to some feedback =)

6 comments:

carla said...

Ive seen walden all over the net but never in person and NEVER IN MY MOUTH :)

must.find.

whole foods perhaps?

MizFit

Jen said...

OOOH, sounds yummy, where do you get it?

A True Heart Girl in Jersey said...

love that stuff too. be careful though - SOME people stall on splenda products. hope all goes well for you!

nmburleson said...

Sounds great! It's always fun to find something new. :)

Amy S. said...

so glad to see this, I see them at the grocery store, but have been too chicken to try them. Guess I will in the future!

butterfly said...

Miz:Hmm, not sure where they can be found in the U.S. I've seen their products in nearly every grocery store in my area. (Provigo,IGA,Loblaws etc)

Maybe ordering online would be fine?

True heart: So far so good on the splenda... it's been my "crutch" all along. I do plan on ditching the artificials gradually though and opting for an organic diet. For now I'm working in baby steps, or I don't know what I'd do!