Dairylea Dunkers Breadsticks Reviews
Product Type: Dairylea Snacks
Newest Review: ... product in the fridge between 1-5 degrees celsius. -- DUNKIN' GOODNESS IN EVERY DUNKER! -- The Dairylea spread here, I ... more
by - written on 22/03/10 (Very useful, 49 readings)
Dairylea Dunkers are a fantastic product for children as they're fun, tasty and healthy. I'm a big kid at heart and so I've tried lots of the Dairylea Dunkers range and the original one, breadsticks, are my favourite. They come in individual small pots which make them great for packed lunches or for carrying around with you in your bag. Each pot has two separate sections - one which is filled with Dairylea cream cheese and the other with mini Italian white breadsticks. The cream cheese is made from natural cheese and milk so it's very good for you and provides you with some calcium. It's really creamy, smooth and thick and is full of a creamy ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/12/09 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Ideal for a mid morning snack or as part of a lunchbox for school or work, Dairylea Dunkers with Breadsticks are always a handy thing to have in your fridge especially if you are a fan of soft cheese like I am. Contained in the packaging as shown above you get 4 individual containers for your money and each have a protective foil seal across the tops of them. Peeling back the foil you see 2 compartments, a longer compartment containing the breadsticks and in the smaller the Dairylea cheese. Normally containing around 8 breadsticks they aren't exactly huge but for the purpose of dunking into the cream cheese they are ideal. You can get a healthy dollop of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/12/09, updated on 05/12/09 (Very useful, 21 readings)
Dairylea Dunkers- perfect for lunchboxes!! I have been buying these for a few months now after they have been on offer at various places. I really enjoy these just as a snack or even as part of a picnic. Dairylea is trademark of Kraft. The terrors who tried to take over one England's most famous companies- CADBURY...It's not happening! As you can see from the above DooYoo image Dairylea Dunkers come in packs of four with each single pack in a plastic container with two seperate compartments. A smaller compartment for the delicious creamy dairylea soft cheese and a larger compartment for the crunchy breadsticks no longer than 8cm in size. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
My little boy started 'big' school a few months ago and since then I have been trying to find him healthy snacks for his packed lunch. I find school dinners can be quite horrible and at least when you give them a packed lunch you know that what they are taking is healthy. Dairylea dunkers are just perfect. Dairylea dunkers come in a multipack of four, although I think you can buy them individually. I paid £1 for a four pack in Morrisons recently but that was a special offer and I think they are more expensive than that, around the £2 mark. The individual pots contain dairylea cheese and breadsticks to dunk in them. Although I buy them with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/09 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Dairylea Dunkers are a snack aimed at younger children. They are generally sold in either single containers or in packs of 4 and can be found at most supermarkets. They are available in a number of varieties but this review is for the Breadsticks version. Each 'Dunker' is contained within a white plastic rectangular tub with the Dairylea Dunker colourful logo imprinted on the removeable foil lid. The lid also tells you which version of the Dunker variety you are buying. Each tub is 47g and they are priced at 46p per tub or 1.70 for a pack of four (depending on where you shop). Sometimes you can find a pack of 4 on offer for £1.00 making them great value for ... Read the complete review
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