The egg rolls I'm referring to are made by a company named Kahiki, and they are really fantastic! They far exceeded my expectations when I first saw them. Despite being so low in calories, they are really big, crispy (they come in a special wrapper that you cook them in to preserve crispiness), and delicious. They even come with little 10 calorie packets of sweet and sour sauce that you can eat with the egg rolls. I was also impressed to see that the outer part of the egg roll is made of healthy wheat flour, instead of one of the less healthy alternatives that is available. The flavor I eat is called "Vegetable" (they are filled with carrots and cabbage), but the egg rolls also come in non-vegetarian flavors as well.
Each egg roll is 70 calories, 2 grams of fat, and 1 gram of fiber (so 1 weight watchers point). The sauce (at 10 calories) is 0 weight watchers points, although if you add the nutritional information together it comes out to 2 weight watchers points (so use your best judgment).
The egg rolls should be pretty easy to find -- they are available at Safeway, Albertsons, Vons and other regular grocery stores.
I love these egg rolls. I actually ate one the other day before going to a restaurant where I knew I'd be tempted by fried food, and it did the trick for me by keeping me satisfied (I ended up ordering a salad and I didn't feel like I was missing out on anything). I don't recommend eating foods like this every day of course, but they are a worthy splurge every once in a while.