Butterkist Butter Microwave Popcorn Reviews
Product Type: Butterkist Snacks
Newest Review: ... I knew I liked this one so it inspired me more to pay the £1.60 for 3 x 100g packs. Butterkist off this popcorn in a range ... more
by - written on 27/11/09 (Very useful, 72 readings)
I have recently switched to microwave popcorn instead of the instant packs... I used to get Butterkist instant, so I decided to try their microwave variety of the sweet version. ~~~PACKAGING~~~ In each box, there is a pack of three. The box is a thin card, and within, each pack is plastic wrapped, and has a paper bag with the corn inside, with which you just need to follow the easy instructions to prepare. ~~~EASE OF PREPARATION~~~ The popcorn is extremely easy to prepare, and all you have to do is put the packet correctly with the wings facing up and microwave for about three minutes. You should be able to see and hear it pop (which is an ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/11/09 (Very useful, 160 readings)
When it comes to quick snack our choice is butter taste popcorn. Usually I have some packs stocked up just in case... It fits well a bottle of cold beer. I found that Butterkist Butter Popcorn is one of the best available popcorn on the market. Butterkist is a brand of the UK based Tangerine Confectionery. It is a company with several well known brands such as Anglo Bubby, Princess, Lion, Barratt and naturally Butterkist. Price and package ------------------------ Microwave butter popcorn comes in a yellow paper box with a lot of popcorn on it. There are 3 sachets in the box, each of them contains 100 g high quality corn in butter. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/09 (Very useful, 50 readings)
Popcorn is 1 of my favourite snacks. I can't decide if I prefer Salted or Butter. I'm not so keen on sweet though, must be my Savoury tooth. This is on offer at Sainsburys at the moment for £1 for 4 bags, which is a saving of about 80p. This is found up the Crisp aisle. This is packaged in a box which is eye catching enough. It has the Butterkist logo on it quite largely and the main colour on the box is yellow to symbolise the Butter flavouring. There is a picture of some popped Popcorn and it all looks alright. The bags are pretty flat inside the box as they are folded up. The bags are in cellophane bags which I think is a bit un ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/09 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I am inclined to nibble and it seems to me that with the exception of fruit- nibble means piling on the pounds, as nibbles are highly calorific. So when I read that salted microwave popcorn was a nibbler's delight as you could both share a pack and nibble thru a whole bag and have only consumed 205 calories each- well Butterkist went straight onto my shopping list. The box contains 3 inner packs each containing 100g of popcorn- which I think is plenty to share. It couldn't be easier to make, all you do is take off the plastic wrap, unfold the inner container and place it- (right way up) in your microwave for 2-4 minutes and Hey Presto.Now it says ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/11/09 (Very useful, 144 readings)
It was Mr Kimbles's birthday on Thursday. He was the grand olde age of 24! What i'd give to be 24 again (yeah I may only be 27 but that 3 years to me makes a difference). So anyway on my weekly shopping trip to Morrisons I got some veg to prepair for Roast Pork for tea. On my way around the Aisle's I also noticed some Butterkist Microwavable Popcorn. I am not generally a Popcorn person. When we do have that rare night out to the cinema I prefer to have Nacho's with Cheese and a Coke. But as we were having DVD's after Scarlet baby had gone to bed on the night of Mr Kimbles's Birthday I popped some into my trolly. I have tried this Popcorn before and ... Read the complete review
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