First up we have the Skinny Latte. As the calories seemed quite low I was surprised to see what looks like whipped cream on top of this pudding. Further investigation explained the answer, the neat swirl on top was in fact a low fat white chocolate mousse, quite clever from a decorative point of view, and it is even dusted with cocoa powder. This layer of mousse was sweet and tasty, and had a decent white chocolate flavour. Under this was a layer of chocolate sauce that was not that sweet, but added a fair chocolate flavour. The final, but most substantial layer, consisted of a lovely coffee mousse. It was light and fluffy, with a good rich coffee taste, that left a pleasant sweetness in the mouth. Really impressive to say its low fat.
Skinny Chocolate Frappe
On top of this dessert was a similar swirl of white chocolate mousse as with the previous Skinny Latte. It looks a little worse for wear in my photograph, but must have been damaged on my way home. I didn’t knowingly knock or drop the bag of shopping, so I guess these puddings are just a bit delicate.
Also as with the Skinny Latte underneath the white mousse was the same chocolate sauce, but underneath this one was a milk chocolate mousse. This mousse had a really nice flavour, again sweet and fluffy, and the chocolate had a rich cocoa base.
I was impressed by both of these desserts, but my favourite has to be the Skinny Latte as the coffee taste made a nice change with its rich tones. There are quite a few low fat chocolate mousses on the market, but coffee makes it just a bit more special. However both of these puddings have beautiful packaging, low calories and deliver a lovely sweet treat.