Birds Eye Crispy Chicken Dippers Reviews
Product Type: Birds Eye Meat / Fish
Description:Brand: Birds Eye / Type: Meat
Newest Review: ... on standby in the freezer, and a bag of 12 wouldn't feed us at all so its more practical for me to buy the 42 bag which is ... more
by - written on 13/05/13 (Very useful, 65 readings)
I bought these during a top up online delivery shop from Tesco afew weeks ago. They were discounted and cost £1.00 for a box containing 12 dippers. I thought it would be a good addition to the freezer. Why did I buy these? Most days I cook from scratch, but ( mainly at the weekend ) I like to have alittle ' lazy time' and rather than worry about how long Im going to spend in a hot and sweaty kitchen cooking for hours on end, I can have a look in the freezer, pick something out and stick in the oven. This is one of those options. I buy them for the kids as they enjoy them, and its a lot cheaper than taking them to McDonalds for their ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/04/13, updated on 19/04/13 (Very useful, 45 readings)
~ Why I Bought Them ~ I picked a few boxes of these up when they were on offer in Tesco. It is always handy to have something quick and easy in the freezer for days when I can't really be bothered to cook a proper meal and these seemed ideal. ~ Price ~ I bought these when they were on offer at a pound per box. The retail price for a box of 15 of the dippers is £1.69 which is still quite cheap in my opinion. You can also get them in a big bag which has 42 dippers in it and this costs around £4.50. ~ Packaging ~ The chicken dippers come loose inside a cardboard box. The box has all of the info you need on it such as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/11 (Very useful, 318 readings)
I mostly cook my kids exactly the same meal that myself and my husband are eating, but occasionally we fancy eating something a bit spicier that i know they won't eat, so for those occasion i rely on a few kiddy treat meals. This selection is usually cook from frozen on a tray in the oven. I have recently picked up chicken dippers for a change from fish fingers as my kids are fond of dipping their food in ketchup and mayonaise. I sometimes also cook us this sort of meal instead of having a sandwich at lunchtime as i have both kids at home to feed, and my eldest in particular needs a lot of food after a morning of being at nursery school burning off ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/10 (Very useful, 83 readings)
Birds Eye Crisp Chicken Dippers are nice. Although I normally eat Chicken in the Chicken Breast Steak type of meal, I like the odd Dipping Chicken product. It makes a change anyway. As far as I know you only get these in 2 different pack sizes. There is the box which has 15 Chicken Dippers. This costs around £1.60 and not often on offer. The bag has 36 Dippers, and works out a bit cheaper than buying the equivalent in the boxes. For some reason we've never bought the bag, although we are keen on offers. Must do it sometimes, as could end up saving a bit. Since these are frozen then you wouldn't have to worry about a short use by date. The box and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/02/10 (Very useful, 143 readings)
Yesterday i was late returning home. It was a particularly busy and streesul day in the office. I knew the kids would be starving when I got home and due to us having a new fitted kitchen fitted the cupboards and fridge are bare. I popped in to the local coop to see what I could buy that would be quick and easy for tea. I searched the freezer isle and amongst the numerous offerings were BIRDS EYE crispy dippers. The first thing that caught my eye was the bright yellow packaging.There is a picture of one of the dippers on the front which looked particularly alluring. Also emblazoned across the front of the box was a banner expressing that these chicken dippers ... Read the complete review
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