Asda Wheat Bicks Reviews
Product Type: Asda Breakfast
Newest Review: ... for 2 including semi-skimmed milk, so a pretty healthy breakfast. The packaging is very similar to the branded type, with a ... more
by - written on 12/01/10 (Very useful, 134 readings)
I used to regularly buy Weetabix because, most of the time I could find them in various shops on offer for £1.00. About 6 months ago I noticed an acute lack of offers and at £1.78 for 24 felt I was being ripped off. Although not one to deviate from branded cereal, I saw this version by Asda for 2 for £2.00 and thought I would give them a try. Nutritionally they come in at 198 cal for 2 including semi-skimmed milk, so a pretty healthy breakfast. The packaging is very similar to the branded type, with a yellow cardboard box containing 2 plastic strips each containing 12 biscuits. I put 2 in my bowl and poured over the milk. There are many other ways to eat ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/09 (Very useful, 72 readings)
I always have to have weetabix before I go to work mainly because it is the only cereal I have found which actually fills me up untill lunch time and secondly becasue it is proberly the healthiest type of cereal out there, however I find that buying weetabix can actually be quite expensive. Therefore on my next shopping trip I decided to buy Asda's own brand version. The packaging is simplier then that of weetabix but I supose that is to be expected. It comes in a similar size and shaped box, and is yellow with Wheat Bisks written in red quite large in the centre. It also has a picture of these wheat bisks on the front and I have to admite that from this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/01/09 (Very useful, 63 readings)
I love a good bowl of cereal for breakfast in the morning drenched in yoghurt and bananas (I dont do milk as it tends to make it too soggy for my liking) and weetabix is one of my faves, however I refuse to pay the high cost of branded "proper" weetabix and have turned to the supermarket own brands instead. Asda's turn on this popular breakfast cereal is called Asda Wheat Bisks and is easy to spot on the supermarket shelves due to the colourful bright orange packaging the bold name splashed across the front screaming at you to try it, I can almost imagine it saying "dont give in to Kellogs, they're the enemy eat me instead!" I'm happy to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/08 (Very useful, 636 readings)
~*~ Asda Wheat Bisks ~*~ It doesn't really take a genius to guess at what cereal 'Wheat Bisks' are a copy of does it? For those of you that don't know, Wheat Bisks are Asda's own version of the ever popular breakfast cereal, Weetabix. Their version comes in a bright yellow-orange box, not unlike the colour of the Weetabix box. Actually, the whole packaging of the product is very similar, except, of course of the trademark blue Weetabix bubble lettering - Asda have instead gone for red... ~*~ The benefits of wholegrain! ~*~ Wholegrain foods are better for you, full stop. This is a proven fact! Studies have shown that people who ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/10/08 (Very useful, 745 readings)
While shopping in Asda a couple of weeks ago I headed for the cereal aisle as I needed to get some Weetabix - I do love my Weetabix, usually with fruit, for my breakfast. When I was looking at the packets of Weetabix I realised that next to them were packets of Asda Wheat Bisks at a fraction of the price. A box of 48 Weetabix biscuits cost £3.24 while a pack of 48 of the Asda ones costs just £2.15, so I decided to try them. The Packaging Wheat Bisks come in a simply designed golden yellow cardboard box with the words Wholegrain Goodness Asda Wheat Bisks on the front together with a picture of two of the biscuits - which incidentally ... Read the complete review
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