Butterkist Light Toffee Popcorn Reviews
Product Type: Butterkist Snacks
Description:Brand: Butterkist / Type: Popcorn
Newest Review: ... of fibre in it. From this you can see that it is a really healthy option to have a afternoon snack. It tastes a little ... more
by - written on 26/01/10, updated on 26/01/10 (Very useful, 200 readings)
BUTTERKIST LIGHT TOFFEE POPCORN. Having put on considerabley more weight than i had hopped for over the Christmas period, and loving a treat now and again, spotted this bag of a lighter popcorn in my local garage. I have been a fan of popcorn for years now, and having decided to try and make this at home, which never seems to come out the same as the stuff we buy, even when i have tried to make my own popcorn (mircrowaveable) variety and having then decided to give up. Spotted this NEW lighter version of the original Popcorn the Butterkist, but this is a lighter and lower in fat product which is always a plus when trying to still have ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/01/10 (Very useful, 489 readings)
I'm not a big fan of cinema popcorn; I find the salted white popcorn to be bland and too chewy like cardboard sometimes. I do, however, love Butterkist Toffee Popcorn, which I've previously reviewed, so I was interested to try the Light version. This is sold in a 50g bag which is quite strong with a foil underside for freshness. It's red and cream in colour, and is often found by the regular popcorn/crisps/snack items, though it can be hard to come across. I bought a bag in Morrisons and found it close to the counter, so it seems like this is still a fairly new product that may not be available in all supermarkets yet, at least not my local Tesco. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I found this product in Tesco at Cheshunt pond on a film strip that store sometimes stock. I saw it and really fancied popcorn so bought a bag to try. It costs £0.69 per bag so is much cheaper than popcorn at the cinema. The bag weighs 50g, has 130 calories, 1.3g of fat and 19.9g of fibre in it. From this you can see that it is a really healthy option to have a afternoon snack. It tastes a little different from normal butterkist popcorn but personally I love the flavour. It is a really sweet product with a shiny finish to it from the glaze they put on it. The only problem with it is that it is a really sticky food and sticks to your ... Read the complete review
by WackoStepho - written on 06/03/11
I was shopping in town yesterday and whilst browsing in my local Quality Save store I came across some packets of Butterkist Light Toffee Popcorn; I hadn't seen this version of popcorn before and being an avid fan of toffee popcorn but worried about my waistline I popped two packets in to my basket. At the time of purchase these were only 25p a packet which I thought was an absolute bargain! What you get is a 50g bag of popcorn, each piece being lightly coated in toffee and surprisingly low in calories - just 130 calories a bag infact! Being a "lighter" product I thought that perhaps they would of scrimped on flavour but on taking my first bite I was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/10 (Very useful, 84 readings)
I have a sweet tooth and am trying to lose weight so was pleased to spot this in the supermarket. It is advertised as 'a lighter way to enjoy popcorn' and having less than 3% fat and only 130 calories per 50g bag. The packaging is similar to the regular popcorn but unsurprisingly lighter in colour and looks just as attractive. The popcorn itself is also lighter in colour than the regular product possibly due to less burnt sugar on the kernels but it still looks very appetising and I find it just as enjoyable to eat although it is slightly less sweet. It prefer it to the stuff usually served in cinemas as there isn't the problem of sugar not coating some of ... Read the complete review
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