Product Type: Carrs Cheese
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Carrs Cheese Melts
Member Name: Tolteca
Carrs Cheese Melts
Date: 18/09/12, updated on 15/03/13 (33 review reads)
Advantages: Melts in the mouth without artificial colours or flavours.
Disadvantages: A little pricey and more than a little moreish.
If you are looking for the ultimate cheese/wheat/crispy combination, search no longer.
These are your answer. The Melts oddly enough for something so crisp that it breaks by the tongue even without help from the teeth do melt in the mouth. The flakes of cheese baked into each biscuit taste even better as they don't clash with the hydrogenated vegetable oil and artificial flavours which afflict competing savoury cheese biscuits.
You could use these as part of a cheese board as the crispness blends wonderfully well with cheese. The main problem with this is that the melts are so tasty and so very, very moreish that no sooner than you open the packet you will, if you are like me, eat the lot. Each melt alone is not especially high in fat as they are so thin but they are so moreish that each melt can all too easily add upp to a busted diet.
They are expensive, though on special offer such as at Sainsbury at the moment they make a delicious everyday indulgence on their own or with cheese, as well as a great addition to a cheese board on special occasions.
The packaging is substantial, which would benefit those who have to travel bringing Christmas goodies, which this makes a great one.
And for those whose children are sensitive to artificial colours and flavours but still crave something cheesy, crisp and delicious, they are well worth considering.
Summary: An elegant package of cheesy delicousness.