Butterkist Sweet Microwave Popcorn Reviews
Product Type: Butterkist Snacks
Description:Brand: Butterkist / Type: Popcorn
Newest Review: ... in Sainsbury's as it is expensive there! Anyway. A small-ish cardboard box. This is a sort of grey/silver colour and has the ... more
by - written on 02/03/10 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I like more savoury snacks rather than sweet, and would always choose a bowl of Popcorn or Crisps before some Cakes and Sweets. I buy a pack of the Microwave stuff and can nibble at a whole pouch myself, but it does take me a little while to get through it. I usually choose the Savoury Butter one, followed by the Salted one (There's never nearly enough salt on it, and I have to pile a lot more on - yes, I know, not that healthy!) I decided to buy this kind last month when I saw it on offer in Sainsbury's for £1 for the pack of 3 bags. I think it normally costs around £2 in most shops, and probably most certainly in Sainsbury's as it is expensive ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/12/09 (Very useful, 124 readings)
I have been looking for this box of Microwavable popcorn from Butterkist after reading reviews on here about how nice it was, I was out of luck in Tesco but finally I stumbled across a box containing 3 sachets in Morrisons and had to buy some in. Contained in the silver box as illustrated above each sachets contain 100 grams, the flavour is described as "sweet" and the beauty of these is that you cook them yourself in the microwave. Instructions are explained and it is as easy as putting a sachet into your microwave and nuking for 2 minutes until the popping stops and the contents are ready to eat. Taking care not to burn yourself on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/12/09 (Very useful, 53 readings)
I love popcorn so when I very recently saw a box of this containing 3 sachets of the stuff in my local Sainsbury's for a pound I couldn't resist grabbing it for me and my Step-Farther as we both love it! The Packaging: Metallic, silver box of which the front and the back are the same and the information given on there is that I'm told it is Butterkist 'Great To 'Pop'corn', Sweet Flavour Microwave Popcorn and the microwave simple is displayed and I'm told that the box contains 3x 100g serving and there is a photograph of the popcorn on there too. Other information on the box includes ingredients and allergy advice (Contains: Soya), there is a full ... Read the complete review
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