I get asked a lot about different food products I buy, where I buy it, how many points and how is it… So I have been wanting to create a new section on my blog where I post different food products that I use. I will mix things up and showcase products from both Canada and the U.S, I live in Canada but I am only 45 minutes from the border and cross every 6-8 weeks to stock up on things we don’t have here, so I kinda have the best of both worlds (okay..the best of both countries πŸ˜‰ ) I will try to post a review weekly, hopefully you might find some products that interest you.

First up are my favorite chicken sausages, al fresco smoked andouille, they have other flavors but this is by far my favorite! I buy them in the U.S (not available in Canada to my knowledge) at either Target or Walmart. They are 3 smart points each or 3 points plus. My favorite way to cook them is in a pan, cut up with some fresh pineapple πŸ™‚Β DSCN9571DSCN9573

I am in love with this next item.. Frozen greek yogurt bars, bought at Costco in Canada, unsure if they are in the U.S or not.. This particular box has 2 flavors, strawberry and blueberry, they are 4 smart points each or 2 points plus.Β DSCN9866DSCN9873

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I get asked a lot about the type of reduced fat shredded cheese I use in my recipes, here is one I pick up at Walmart in the U.S. 1/3 cup serving is 3 smart points or 2 points plus. I have bought other kinds as well, I suggest looking at your local grocery store, they will usually carry one kind of reduced fat shredded cheese.


If your familiar with my InstagramΒ then you probably know that I make my frozen hash browns for breakfast often, I will add in fresh peppers/onions and cook them in a frying pan with a little cooking spray and cajun seasoning. These are the ones I buy here in Canada, they are from my local grocery store called “Fresco” and it is their own brand, Sobey’s carry this brand as well. I suggest looking in your freezer section at your local grocery store, you will probably find something similar.


A 3/4 cup serving is 4 smart points or 3 points plus, by adding in the fresh peppers and onions it makes it seem like a lot more πŸ™‚


I recently picked up these grilled Mediterranean-style chicken skewers at Costco in Canada, but I know I have seen people in the U.S say they have purchased them there as well. They are fully cooked and just need to be re-heated, they are gluten-free as well. Two skewers (100g) will cost you 3 smart points or 4 points plus. I think they are great for easy meal prep, if your making wraps, or can work well for a quick and easy lunch.




Check back next week .. I will try and show at least 5 foods, sometimes more depending how my week is going πŸ˜‰



  1. Thank you for all this new information. You must really care for others to go to such great lengths to help. Thank you again and may Gods richest blessings be yours.

    • Drizzle Reply

      Thank you.. I just know it helps to have somewhere to go and find new products that are WW friendly.. Hopefully by adding to it each week I will build up a good list for you all to refer to πŸ™‚

  2. These are all wonderful suggestions and I am looking forward to more. Thanks for sharing. I will look for them in the US – Virginia and let you know where I find them.
    Thanks again for all you do.

    • Drizzle Reply

      Your very welcome Marylou, hope you get to enjoy some, and I will be adding lots more to it πŸ™‚

    • Drizzle Reply

      Your very welcome, I will add new products weekly πŸ™‚

  3. Conny McIntyre Reply

    You site is already awesome and now you are adding these product reviews as well. Thank you so very much for all you do!!!!!

    • Drizzle Reply

      Your welcome Conny πŸ™‚ Just trying to make selecting things a little easier ..

  4. Thank you, so much for this information. I really appreciate you doing this.

  5. Missy Anthony Reply

    Thank you, this is great! I will look around West Virginia and see what I can find that is comparable

  6. Debbie Wilson Reply

    Thank you for this new feature. It is really helpful. ❀️❀️❀️

  7. Sarah Wachtendonk Reply

    Thank you so much! I really appreciate what you are doing and I love your recipes ! !

  8. Thank you so much for doing this! It’s always nice to see what other people have found that actually tastes great as well! Can’t wait to see more posts!

    • Drizzle Reply

      Your welcome Casey.. Week 2 on it’s way tomorrow πŸ™‚

  9. Found the Intermediate chicken at Costco! But that darn Lindt 70% chocolate still escapes me…can’t even find it on amazon πŸ™‚

      • Drizzle Reply

        Haha.. auto correct is my worse enemy πŸ˜‰ are you in U.S? I am thinking yes cause in Canada it’s everywhere, I would try local grocery stores in the candy/chocolate aisle, and maybe target?? I know there is a Lindt chocolate store in the outlet mall I go to in the U.S so maybe look up to see if there is one near you they must carry it πŸ™‚

  10. Maegan Delorme Reply

    Not sure if anyone already said this in the comments, but I live in Ontario and the grocery store is Freshco not fresco. πŸ™‚

    • Drizzle Reply

      Haha!! my bad πŸ˜‰ Freshco.. Fresco, I think those that know the store knew what I meant

  11. Just found your site and am so excited for all the help I see! Thank you and God bless you!

    • Drizzle Reply

      Hi Kay, glad you found me too πŸ™‚ Hope you enjoy the product reviews and the recipes!

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