Asda Cheesy Wiggles Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Description:Type: Crisps / Brand: Asda
Newest Review: ... end though, because whilst Wotsits are flavoured all the way through, Asda's Cheesy Wiggles only have a light coating of ... more
by - written on 16/11/09 (Very useful, 81 readings)
I'd never normally buy these myself, but they were offered to me in the office this morning and I'd had no breakfast, so I thought why not?! Asda Cheesy Wiggles are like Wotsits - crispy, potato tubes in an orange colour. They are much more toned down in colour than Wotsits, which makes them look less scary; however, I think this is more to do with using less flavouring than any attempt to make them look more natural. I'm not sure what's wiggly about them as they are generally straight tubes, with a couple of slightly curly ones in the bag. You can buy them in multipacks of eight quite cheaply, and each 21g bag has about 110 calories and 6.3g of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/09/09 (Useful, 55 readings)
Asda Cheesy Wiggles - The name suggests a wiggly, giggly maize snack experience. A gloriously orange packaging lures you into to this snacks orbit. A multipack of Cheesy Wiggles containing 8 packs is currently in the 3 for £3 offer in my local store. Each single bag weighs in at around 21 grams and is suitable for vegetarians. It's always hard for a snack food like this to compete with the original leading brand but this one doesn't even come close. The maize "wiggles" are a pale, insipid colour, fairly long and straight (not what I'd imagine a "wiggle" to look like") They have a very mild, synthetic cheese flavour ... Read the complete review
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