I popped into Big Lots this past Friday and picked up the Weight Watchers 5 Qt. Chef’s Pan.I’ve purchased the grill pan and 10 inch fry pan set a few months back and have loved it ever since. Some of the cooking pans have seen brighter days, so this is an effort to clear out the old and bring in the new.
The pans are aluminum non-stick skillets, which are perfect because nothing is worse than preparing something to eat and having it stick to the bottom of the pan. Plus I don’t like having so coat the bottom of a pan to ensure it doesn’t stick. I had originally hoped to be able to find the set that contained 8 pieces, but when I spotted the 5 Qt. Chef’s Pan I snatched it up quickly.I like meals that have sauces, etc. and having a pan with high sides and a cover is perfect.
The greatest part is the pan was right under $20. Score!
I picked up this box of Nestle PomPom Marshmallow Cakes at Big Lots yesterday.They were only a dollar, so I figured if they were a complete fail, it wouldn’t annoy me because I didn’t spend a whole lot of money on them.I have to admit upon opening them and sharing with my boyfriend, they were pretty tasty little “cakes”.
They are the size of a cookie and are very light and airy.The bottom of the cake is a very thin cake and it’s topped with a light and airy marshmallow which is cased in shredded coconut.They’re delicious with the right hint of sweetness and a nice punch of coconut.I did see these also came in a chocolate variety, but I love coconut so I figured these would do the trick.
Serving size wise – 4 is a serving, which is generous.They’re also very low in calories – 90 for a serving.Weight Watchers Points Plus wise, 4 cakes will cost you 3 Points Plus, whereas I had 2 (half a serving) and it was only 1 points plus.Definitely worth the pick-up if you spot these!
There ain’t no shame in my game because I LOVE Crocs and own too many pairs to even openly admit to (seriously, it’s cray).I went into Marshall’s a few weeks back simply to browse the store because I had a gift card and wanted to do some retail therapy.While browsing around I spotted these shoes in the back of the store (where the Crocs are stashed) and gasped.When I went to Florida 5 years ago I saw the Mickey Mouse Crocs being sold in Disney but they were ridiculously priced (like more than $40).I admit they were the cutest thing I have ever seen but I refused to drop that much money on a pair of Crocs since I had a bunch at home. Needless to say these had to come home with me … and for $15 it was a no brainer.I’ve worn these every single day since purchasing (and yes I’ve worn them out – on warmer days) but I usually wear them in the house since I’m anti-walking barefoot.
I popped into Big Lots the other day to look for car cleaning supplies and ended up stumbling about a Weight Watchers Grill and Skillet Pan set for $24.99. I was quite surprised to find such a set at Big Lots, but after checking out some of the pans they had for individual sale I decided to grab the set. I figured with the Weight Watchers name on the pans, they’d be pretty decent quality.
The set came with a 12 inch griller pan and a 10 inch skillet.Both pans are non-stick and relatively lightweight. Within the box was a booklet of recipes.Big Lots was selling the 10 inch skillet for $15, so I technically got the griller for $10. I can say I am looking forward to making panini’s and possibly even stove-top pizza in the griller!
Have you ever purchased a Weight Watchers brand cookware?