Product Type: Asda Snacks
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Asda Wheat Bisks
Member Name: kaitlinsmummy
Asda Wheat Bisks
Advantages: Plain enough to add anything you choose.
Many people will tell you that I am a self confessed bargain whore, with me actually getting excited when I find one when shopping.
After buying the better branded version of the product I will now review for some time, I decided that the cheaper own branded version couldn't be much different, hence this review!
The product I will now review is - "Asda - wheat bisks".
This product looks very similar to the "weetabix" version, with the obligatory wheat sheaves being present on the front of the box, this is to illustrate the high amount wholegrain content in this particular cereal!
There is again all the relevant information to be found on the box, brand name, product name, description and nutritional information, which for this type of product is the most important thing, with it being sold as a health item.
Within the box there are two "stacks" of the wheat bisks, 12 in each pack and sealed separately, meaning that once opened there will still be freshness in the second stack, though when you eat at least two bisks in a sitting, they don't get long to go off!
Once opened they look exactly like the afore mentioned better branded product, with them tasting exactly the same too!
The bisks are very wheat in taste, with there being no real sweetness or in fact any other additional taste to them, just plain and delicious!
I either eat mine with a sprinkle of sugar, sliced banana and milk, or my particular sinful way, spread thickly with real butter and a good dollop of jam!
The nutritional information is as follows -
Per 2 bisks with 150ml of semi skimmed milk,
1.7g sat fat,
Allergy advice states that this contains gluten, wheat and barley, but is suitable for vegetarians.
The health benefits to this product is the high fibre content, or as my Nan calls it "natures broom"!, couple this with the added vitamins and minerals most cereals have added to them nowadays and this is delicious cereal that holds so much potential, plain or adorned with practically anything your imagination will let you!
Price wise this is a spectacular price, with a box holding 24 bisks being available for just under the £1.00 mark.
For more information visit - www.asda.co.uk
Thanks for reading x
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