Dairylea Dunkers Baked Crisps Reviews
Product Type: Kraft Snacks
Description:Brand: Kraft / Type: Crisps / A baked crisp to assuage the guilt of the compulsive snacker.
Newest Review: ... and not in any other supermarket. The dip itself is quite firm, especially if served straight from the fridge. It does start ... more
by - written on 25/02/09 (Very useful, 82 readings)
I'm not a fan of the breadstick Dairylea dunkers, as they're a bit boring - tasteless breadstick with not particularly . However, I love the different versions that have flavoured dipping bits, like the crisps and tubes, as the flavour adds a bit of oomph to the Dairylea spread. Packaging? Easy to open, foil lid on a plastic tub. The lid peels back easily, first to reveal the Dairylea and second to reveal the crisps. If you needed to repackage the pack for any reason you could pop the foil back over and keep it in place with the tab - however keep it upright or you risk spread spillage! Taste? The Dairylea spread tastes cheesy, but not ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/10, updated on 30/03/12 (Very useful, 149 readings)
Recently, the Diarylea Dunkers range of little snack packs has been on offer across some of the major supermarkets. I've personally spotted them on offer at both Morrisons and Asda, at £1 for a multi-pack of four individual snack size portions. The Dunkers range consists of a foil-lidded plastic pot which includes a separate portion of a cheesy dip (made primarily from Dairylea cheese spread) alongside a portion of some sort of savoury snack designed to be dipped in and enjoyed wherever you are. These are ideal to include within a packed lunch or picnic as they are so small, relatively mess-free and convenient but fun to eat. This particular ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/09 (Very useful, 45 readings)
My daughter has to be the world's most picky eater so when she started school I was dreading trying to feed her. I knew there was no way she would ever eat a school dinner and as she dosn't like bread I was struggling to think of things to put in her packed lunch. For the first few weeks of school she was eating not very healthy or filling lunches as I just couldn't find anything that she liked to include. I came across a pack of Dairylea Dunkers whilst shopping one day, they were on special offer at 4 for £1 and I thought they were worth a try. The packaging is nice and bright and it is the perfect size to include in a packed ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
Dairylea Dunkers- This is actually a review on the Nacho version as the baked crisps are not available anymore. As a big fan of Dairylea Dunkers, I like to buy a packet every food shop I do! They make such a great snack or part of a lunch or picnic! I have tried every flavour of them so I know quite a lot about them now! These are manufactured by Kraft and the brand name is Dairylea. There are quite a lot of other Dairylea products available which include cheese slices and more. The version I am reviewing is the Dairylea Dunker's Nacho. Nacho's are slightly salted and crisp like in little triangles. They are minature version as nacho's are usually ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/09, updated on 27/08/11 (Very useful, 36 readings)
I purchase my Dairylea Dunkers Baked Crisps from my local corner store for 65p but they are available in most supermarkets for around 50p singly or cheaper as part of a multipack. The pot is white with a blue lid which is made from foil. Once the lid is peeled back it reveals an oblong tray with the baked crisps and a smaller tray which contains the half fat cheese for dunking. The crisps have been baked so they are quite healthy but I would not recommend eating these alone as they are quite dry and definitely better served with the cheese. The cheese is made from 51% skimmed milk & 16% cheese the other 33% is whey, ... Read the complete review
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