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Asda Dutch Crispbakes

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Brand: Asda / Type: Bread

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      01.06.2010 00:18
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      A refreshing change that won't ruin a diet!

      I love foods that I can quickly make up and prepare cos my life is permanently busy and I always seem to be dashing about. At the moment I don't have time to make meals very often and so I'm relying on snacky type foods to get me by more often than not.

      I spotted these in Asda costing 68p and I couldn't resist trying them instead of my usual cracker choice!

      The Packaging:

      The Crispbakes are in a dark red plastic wrapper and cylinder in shape. On two sides of the packet there is a picture of the crispbakes topped with ham and salad and I am told that they are Asda Dutch Crispbakes 'Light and crunchy toasts for snacking' and that they are Vegetarian. Other information listed on the back of the packet includes ingredients and allergy advice being given, storage details and a full nutritional chart are shown, the size is stated which is 100g, the best before date is displayed and contact details for Asda are given. It's a nice enough packet and easy to open from the top though difficult to store as it isn't resealable.

      The Crispbakes:

      The bakes themselves are light golden in colour, round and rather deep. They are incredibly light but not too airy and very crunchy if they're fresh. They are made from wheat so do have a bread like taste to them although they are sweeter, but to be fair in a rather natural way. In my opinion they go with any sort of topping you would like whether that be sweet or savoury.

      Verdict:

      At only 30 Calories a crispbake these are tasty and light and a bit different to other bread type of products. They are a bit on the sweet side though and to me for that reason can only be eaten in moderation! However I do like the occasional one or two and find them a really nice pleasant change.

      Nutritional Information Per Crispbake:

      Energy: 30 Kcal
      Protein: 1.1g
      Carbohydrate: 5.8g
      of which is sugars: 0.9g
      Fat: 0.3g
      of which is saturates: 0.1g
      Fibre: 4.2g
      Sodium: 0.02g
      equivalent as salt: 0.1g

      Only available in Asda stores costing 68p a packet for about 15 crispbakes.

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