Asda Cream Crackers Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... but its really difficult to eat them dry in a fast speed! Anyway, back to Asda cream crackers; they taste as any cream ... more
by - written on 28/04/11 (Very useful, 27 readings)
I think cream crackers have always been quite good value for money, but more recently i have found it a bit difficult to get larger packets. I always prefer to get the larger packets of crackers, because they are the best value for your money. In my recent shopping quests i have only found a 300g packet at Asda and this is the one i now always buy. As far as i am concerned they taste just the same as other more well known brands and they are cheaper! My son simply adores cream crackers. I always have them in plentiful supply for him! He likes them just with butter on and if he had his way he would eat them til the cows come home! They are a good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/10 (Very useful, 43 readings)
I got these Asda own brand Cream Crackers because there wasn't any of the Jacobs on the shelf, that bugs me in our local Asda because they ALWAYS let the branded biscuits run out so you're sort of forced to buy their own brand! They cost 38p for a 300g pack and that's loads cheaper than Jacobs, but I wasn't sure how nice they'd be with them being so cheap. They're not bad actually but I deffo prefer the original Jacobs crackers. These have got a bit of a softer texture, it's not majorly obvious that they're a cheap brand but they're just not the same as Jacobs. The flavour is sort of the same but these crackers are a bit blander like they needed ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/03/10, updated on 01/03/10 (Very useful, 70 readings)
I take my own lunch into work most days, and I am always on the hunt for something different to take instead of the same boring sandwiches everyday! I love crackers, as they are so versatile, and you can eat them with almost anything, and they make a lovely change from having bread for lunch. Asda's cream crackers are sold in a 300g pack. ~~ Packaging ~~ The packaging, is mostly a dark red colour. It simply says, " Asda Cream Crackers" "Golden and crispy, made for topping" on the front in a large white font. Also, next to that is a picture of the crackers, served with cheese and pickle. The picture is very tempting, as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/03/10 (Very useful, 23 readings)
My hubby and I both like cream crackers - I tend to snack on them at work with a bit of fruit, and he likes them of an evening with some olives. We are always keen to try out own brand or value products, as they are often just as good as branded but you don't pay for the name. Asda cream crackers have not disappointed us. They are in some quite smart red packaging as in the picture above. It is a sort of plastic wrap so I don't think it's recyclable, but it does scrunch down very small so not much waste. A 300g pack costs 38p (compared to 98p for the same amount of Jacob's cream crackers). These crackers are square in shape and have a nice soft ... Read the complete review
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Good value - Pleasant flavour and texture - Less calories than other snacks..
Not as tasty as other 'guilt free' snacks..