Asda Smartprice Chocolate Chip Cookies Reviews
Product Type: Asda Snacks
Description:Brand: Asda / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... chips as a branded kind but that reflects the price of them. They smell nice and haven't a nasty smell to them. They are a ... more
by - written on 10/07/08 (Very useful, 134 readings)
I normally buy Maryland chocolate chip cookies, but when I was in Asda recently, I decided to try their smartprice chocolate chip cookies as they are a lot cheaper, and I'm trying to save money at the moment. ~Packaging~ These come in a plain white pack, with the product name written in green. The packaging is very basic, but that is one of the reasons they are so cheap - you do not have to pay for the fancy wrapping. The actual plastic of the pack is quite strong, and durable, and hasn't fallen apart even though I am near to the end of the pack. ~What I thought~ Removing a cookie from the pack, the first thing I noticed, was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/11/13 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Having bought a few packets of biscuits at the same time from the Smart Price range from Asda I decided to give the chocolate chip cookies a go too. I love biscuits and I like to stock up with biscuits for my little grandchildren's treats and because my hubby eats so many for snacking. The biscuits come in a plastic wrapper with the name clearly on the front and so can easily be spotted on a shelf. Very basic looking wrapper and no fancy design but that doesn't bother me at all as long as the biscuits taste nice that's all that matters to me. The wrapper only gets thrown in the bin when opening anyway so isn't an issue what it looks like in my ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/07/08 (Very useful, 187 readings)
I often search for a healthier biscuit alternative when shopping such as Go Ahead or some form of cereal bar but whilst in Asda last week I decided to stock up my biscuit tin by buying a variety of their SmartPrice biscuits. On the list was a 200g packet of their chocolate chip cookies for just 34p. I actually compared the size to a pack of Maryland cookies which were 89p and found that their packs were only 150g. Upon getting them home the plain packaging isn't really as attractive as other more established brands with a white package and the usual green writing on it associated with Smartprice products but I honestly couldn't tell the difference between ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/12 (Very useful, 106 readings)
I have a slight problem with biscuits in that if they are in my house I will devour them all within minutes. So because of this I try really hard not to buy them or have them in the house, or even walk down the biscuit aisle at the supermarket. Unfortunatly I came home the other day to find one of my housemates had stocked up on biscuits - the asda smart price cookies being one of them. I thought I would only have a couple, and they wont even be that nice so I wont want anymore anyway and then I will put them back in the cupboard and leave them alone. I was wrong. Anyway...to the review itself... The packaging isnt too attractive, its the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/08/08 (Very useful, 23 readings)
I have tended to be a bit of a snob really when it comes to the Supermarkets' own 'value' ranges of products, and until the other day have never bought any of these products. The other day though when doing my weekly shop in Asda I found myself in the biscuit aisle, and decided that 34p wasn't much to risk for a packet of Asda Smartprice Chocolate Chip Cookies. I was with my husband, and he was also up for giving them a try out to see what the difference really was between them and the 'premium' brands. OK, so the packaging is not inviting and does not tempt you to buy these, but at the end of the day all my biccies go into a tight canister anyway ... Read the complete review
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