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Skinny Cappuccino

Number of servings 8
£3.68
£3.68
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It’s no surprise the skinny cappuccino is so popular; it’s everything you love about the regular cappuccino without the added sugar. Tailor-made for 11 o’clock breaks, it’s intense and frothy while low in fat and with 50 calories a cup – you can even add a delicate dusting of chocolate if you so desire!
NUTRITION INFORMATIONUnitPer 100 gPer 100 mlserving% RI*
  g as sold   20,2  
Energy  kJ 1377 88 211  
Energy  kcal 328 21 50   3%
Fat g 6,6 0,1 0,2 <1%
of which: saturates g 3,0 0,0 0,1 <1%
Available Carbohydrates g 34,1 2,9 6,9 3%
of which: sugars g 34,1 2,9 6,9 8%
Fibre (DP > 3) g 13,4 0,1 0,3  
Protein g 26,0 2,0 4,8 10%
Salt g 0,79 0,07 0,17 3%


White capsule:

Skimmed milk powder, Emulsifier (Soya Lecithin).


Black capsule:

Roast & Ground coffee

 

*Reference intake of an average adult (8 400 kJ/2 000 kcal)

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Overall rating


(4.65 from 5)

Rating Distribution

5 stars
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4 stars
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10 Reviews

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Lovely!

Really like this nice tasting coffee. I prefer it to the normal, sweetened version and it doesn't taste too skinny. Nicer than the skinny latte too. In my top three, along with Cafe au Lait and Unsweetened Latte.

Review by Claire (Posted on 04.03.2015)
Would buy again - tastes of real coffee

This one I'll buy again... Tastes of real coffee and love the low cal element.

Review by Peter (Posted on 02.27.2015)
Love this cappucino!!

Really lovely cappucino but as previous reviewer state would be nice to have more varieties in the skinny range.

Review by Mrsclarkey10 (Posted on 09.02.2015)
NOT STRONG ENOUGH

This was a nice enough cappuccino, but unfortunately, while the texture was really nice, there wasn't a lot of coffee taste! I solved it by adding a Grande Intenso pod as well. This worked beautifully, but shouldn't be necessary. Would DG think of making cappuccino in, say, two different strengths, perhaps calling them 'original' and the other 'cappuccino intenso'? Then espresso lovers could enjoy the texture with the added bonus of a full-on flavour.

Review by doggylover (Posted on 01.23.2015)
All the pleasure without the guilt

I started with the full fat cappuccino, but with drinking up to 3 a day I just knew I couldn't continue so swapped to the skinny version and love it!

Review by helen (Posted on 01.18.2015)
Lovely coffee and less calories !!!!!! : )

Love this smooth creamy cappuccino and less calories too : )

Review by Anita (Posted on 12.30.2014)
A great pick me up at any time

A wonderful cup of cappuccino, in fact I love it so much that I don't feel the need to go into coffee shops any more to get my perfect cappuccino !!!!!! Lovely

Review by Dolly (Posted on 01.12.2014)
Main choice everytime

This is definitely my favourite and the one I always have 'in stock' at home as it really does taste nicer than some of the ones purchased from coffee shops

Review by Nick (Posted on 10.14.2014)
Good

Very nice

Review by Paula (Posted on 09.14.2014)
So much nicer unsweetened

I love the unsweetened version. So much healthier and tastier. Wish other came with this option too

Review by sarah (Posted on 09.08.2014)

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    It’s no surprise the skinny cappuccino is so popular; it’s everything you love about the regular cappuccino without the added sugar. Tailor-made for 11 o’clock breaks, it’s intense and frothy while low in fat and with 50 calories a cup – you can even add a delicate dusting of chocolate if you so desire!