Asda Swiss Style Muesli Reviews
Product Type: Asda Breakfast
Newest Review: ... i consider myself a competent muesli tester. I stuck with asda ' s swiss style muesli for a while at one point ( couple of ... more
by - written on 29/01/10 (Useful, 45 readings)
I have muesli for breakfast most mornings saturday / sunday is obviously reserved for the less healthy option of a full english never the less i consider myself a competent muesli tester. I stuck with asda ' s swiss style muesli for a while at one point ( couple of weeks ) mainly because it was the better priced at the time. I found it to be satisfactory for that time but had a few quarms. Firstly i found it to be a little too sweet and they had done that nasty trick of putting too many dates in big sticky gritty clods which always ruin a muesli experience. Second the main cereal base was a bit too chewy, i like it to be a little bit ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/09 (Very useful, 105 readings)
Doing my online shop and trying to save a few pennies by being a bit naughty I was looking for a cheaper alternative to my OH's beloved Alpen (£2+), I opted for Asda Smart Price Muesli (58p) but ended up with the Asda Swiss Style Muesli (£1.08) as a substitute. I was actually going to decant the Alpen and the Smart Price version into the same cereal container and mix them well (to fool him) in an attempt to lessen our cereal bill without him noticing!! I still intend on doing this when I can next get hold of the even cheaper version! *** As I have mentioned the Asda Swiss Style Muesli is £1.08 per box containing 750g. The packaging is quite appealing with a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/06/09 (Very useful, 125 readings)
Having got fed up of having toast for my breakfast, which I've been doing pretty much for the past ten years or so, I decided to go back to my childhood and start having cereal again. As much as I fancied going for Wheat Crunchies or Frosties, I decided to try and have something a little healthier and so after much deliberation and pacing up and down the aisle at Asda, I eventually opted for Asda's Swiss Style Muesli. There are two versions of this product, the difference between the two being that one has no added salt or sugar. This was the type that I went for and I am currently working my way through my fourth box in just over as many weeks. The packaging ... Read the complete review
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