SunnyBisk Wheat Biscuits Reviews
Product Type: Sunnybisk Breakfast
Description:Brand: Sunnybisk / Type: Cereal
Newest Review: ... in and I went for the cheaper option Appearance: The first thing that struck me about Sunnybisk, and this is an opinion that ... more
by - written on 03/07/13 (Very useful, 73 readings)
There are 3 things should should know about me in relation to this review. Firstly, I generally hate cereal. I find them all to have a very similar background sugary flavour. Secondly, I'm not a massive fan of milk on its' own either, and thirdly, I am one of these people that needs a really decent breakfast in the morning, or I am exceedingly energyless and grumpy. You may look at those first two points and think, well why did she buy cereal then? *Face-to-palm moment*. The reason: First year of Uni was taking its toll on my waistline, so I was on the look out for a healthy, filing, low calorie breakfast option, when I came across Sunnybisk in Aldi. They have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/01/11 (Very useful, 106 readings)
I love Weetabix but I don't like the price of the branded product, so on my hunt for a cheaper alternative, I came across this cereal in my local Asda. I have never seen this in any other shop so I believe it may be exclusive to Asda. For about £1 you get 36 wheat biscuits which are roughly 4cm x 8cm x 1.5cm that are rectangular in shape. In comparison to the branded Weetabix, these are a bit smaller and are a different shape. The box that they come in is yellow with a picture of the cereal on the front. On the sides it contains the nutritional information and some interesting "facts" about the cereal. Although they are different in shape ... Read the complete review
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