Marmite Cheddar Bites Reviews
Newest Review: ... (<1%) Fat 6.7g (10%) Saturates 4.4g (22%) Salt 0.4g (7%) They're not the worst cheese in the world - I would personally ... more
by - written on 25/03/10 (Very useful, 72 readings)
As part of a healthy lunch, my daughter likes to take a selection of food groups (these are her words not mine!), sandwiches and crisps (with healthy meat!), fruit and a chocolate bar (for energy, before she goes out at break time to play football!) and finally a cheese, this is of course for calcium and also the fact that both of my children were mice in former lives! Now I don't mind buying my daughter cheeses for her lunchbox, but due to how many she can get through in one sitting (up to three a day, that's if I'm not there to stop her, her Dad is a bit soft with her!), and the actually price for said cheeses, it can get a little costly, so I tend to buy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/09/09 (Very useful, 159 readings)
Well.....I am dissapointed. I read and rated very highly a review on these little marmite cheddar bites, and sought them during my latest shopping trip to Tesco, I had looked at my local shop Waitrose, but they didn't sell them! So......an exclusive item....I wanted them even MORE!!!! I was shocked to find that they cost £1.29 for 5 x 10g little 'bites' of cheese in a net, much like mini baby bells that I very rarely buy for the kids. I thoght this was alot for so little, but I NEEDED them. Let my just calrify. I adore Marmite, and regularly buy Marmite flavoured products like rice cakes and grissinis and crisps back when they did these. One thing I love ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/09 (Very useful, 47 readings)
I have always been a big fan of marmite with cheddar and when I was younger I would often put them both in a sandwich or on toast. A lot of my friends thought I was mad but I really enjoyed them teamed together! So therefore you can imagine my delight a few months ago when I came across these cheddar bites in our local Tesco. 5 of the bites come in a yellow net so they are easy to spot in the cheese aisle. Each cheese weighs 20g meaning the pack weighs 100g. They currently retail at £1.26 which I appreciate is rather a lot for a small amount of cheese however they are currently on a 3 for 2 offer in Tescos which ends on 25th August so get in there ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/08/09 (Very useful, 125 readings)
The day before my granddaughter's birthday party my niece telephoned me to ask if I wanted her to pick up some Marmite Bites as she'd found a pile of them reduced in Asda from £1.26 to just 20p, she gives them to her son and said they might be nice on the party table for the little ones. Of course, at that price I told her to bring as many as she could carry as there was still a few days left on the 'use by' details and I reasoned that what wasn't eaten could be sent home with the various children attending. Marmite Bites are basically small circular pieces of Cheddar cheese which have been flavoured with Marmite, they come in a small net back and the cheeses ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/05/09 (Very useful, 74 readings)
When hubby & youngest daughter returned from Sainsbury's yesterday I was pleased to see some goodies that I've never seen before including these Marmite Cheddar bites which cost £1.39. I've never seen these advertised nor come across them before & to be honest when I first saw the net I thought they were individual packets containing Marmite spread. It wasn't until I saw my daughter opening one that I realised they were lovely round cheeses. There are 5 little tubs - a bit like butter tubs with a peel back lid - but deeper & very attractive with the bright & stylish Marmite colours & logo on each one. The label shown ... Read the complete review
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