Tesco Maple and Pecan Crisp Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Breakfast
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Cereal / Oat Clusters with Real Maple Syrup and Pecan Nuts.
Newest Review: ... there were a good amount of pecan in the cereal (6%). The cereal itself is crunchy with clumps of oats. This cereal is very ... more
by - written on 08/03/08 (Very useful, 185 readings)
When I was shopping in Tesco's last week I happened to be wandering down the aisle where all the breakfast cereals are displayed. I generally have a look in the area where the mueslis and such like are as I enjoy this sort of cereal. Whilst looking there I spotted Tesco Maple and Pecan Crisp. I have had this sort of thing before and to be honest I absolutely love it. Mind you I suppose given the fact that pecans are my favourite nuts and I love the taste of maple syrup that's not really a surprise is it? I hadn't tried this particular version before so I decided to treat myself. At 99p for a 500g box it wasn't an expensive treat. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/05/10 (Very useful, 163 readings)
Cornflakes for breakfast? It used to be the most popular breakfast cereal when there wasn't much choice but today there are shelves of different cereals and I know some people have huge selections as everyone in the family like different cereals. I am the only one that eats them I our house so I buy what I fancy and although it usually is a version of Special K sometimes I branch out and try something different. *The Box* ~~~~~~~ In shades of brown and cream with a huge bowl of Maple and Pecan crisp and the name on a band of brown with a picture of pecans at the top it is quite eye-catching. It stands about 24cm high and contains 500grams of cereal. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/01/10 (Very useful, 31 readings)
The general consensus in my family is that it would be possible for me to live on breakfast cereal. I have always been a big fan but to be honest these days I rarely eat them at breakfast time. Having a husband and two young children we usually buy the same or similar cereal on every shopping trip to make sure we have something everyone likes. I recently saw the Maple and Pecan Crisp cereal on the cereal aisle at Tesco and realised that I hadn't had any for quite a while. As breakfast cereals go I would put this in the exclusive, grown up and slightly expensive band but every so often it is good to treat yourself. Currently the cost of the cereal is £1.28 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/06/09 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I try to avoid reviewing things that my Mrs has already reviewed, but I like this so much I think I should add my tuppence worth. This stuff is quite cheap for this sort of cereal product, and it's only £1.28 for a 500g box. It's got lots of pecans in it (7%) which are quite an expensive nut, so that's really a very good price for this. A bowlful of this cereal is mostly made up of little cruncy, crisp oaty clusters. They're a little bit sweet, as there's lots of maple syrup mixed in with them. I love how the dry ones in the bowl give this a great, firm crunch, while the ones that get soaked through with milk are all mushy and soft. The pecans ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/11/08 (Very useful, 110 readings)
A 500g box of Tesco Maple and Pecan Crisp set me back £1.28 in Tesco this week which to me is a very reasonable price for a cereal product of this quality. I do not usually purchase cereals like this because the pecans make it a very high fat cereal product however I fancied something a little bit different and decided that it would be okay to have a box of this as a one-off. In a 50g portion of this made up with semi-skimmed milk there are nearly 300 calories and nearly 12g of fat. That is pretty amazing by anyone's standards, especially given that just over 5g of the fat is saturated. So is this cereal really worth it? Well yes I think it ... Read the complete review
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