Dairylea Dunkers Jumbo Tubes Reviews
Product Type: Kraft Snacks
Description:Brand: Dairylea / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... of the jumbo tubes variety. I purchased a pack containing 4 individual cartons of the dunkers from my Tesco express store ... more
by - written on 18/12/11 (Very useful, 220 readings)
Kraft Dairylea Dunkers as a brand have grown over the years and now include; breadsticks, jumbo tubes, nachos, Ritz and baked crisps offering a good variety of dunkers. I prefer the jumbo tubes and therefore this review is based on them. Each individual dunker packet offers two compartments sealed with a foil top to keep the cheese and dunker fresh. The small compartment offers a Dairylea cheese dip, which is the equivalent of a cheese triangle in a more melted format, whilst the larger compartment holds up to nine jumbo tubes depending on how lucky you are. The tray itself is a sturdy plastic shaped appropriately with the two compartments easily identified ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/05/10 (Very useful, 166 readings)
I tried these Dairylea Dunkers Jumbo Tubes for the first time just recently, and was surprised at how much I like them. I'd considered them a children's food, which is of course who they're aimed at, and had just previously assumed that meant I wouldn't like them. Bit of a silly logic really?! These are sold in shops individually for ridiculous prices (around 80p to £1 each from what I've seen), but in supermarkets they're more reasonably priced at around £1.50 - £2 for a packet of four. These multipacks contain four individually sealed packets, which makes them an ideal snack to grab when you're in a hurry. I bet they're good for kid's lunchboxes too - no ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/03/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I must admit I do like a little snack - it is in fact one of the main reasons why my bum doesn't look great in a bikini! And I love these! While I grant you they're not going to be winning any michelin stars soon, they sure do fill a hole! I bought a single pack from Tesco for 59p. You can also buy them in packs of three for £1.29 but to be honest I would only eat them all at once and I don't really want to do that! I'm sure we all know the original dairylea cheese, well this little cheese know appears in more and more snack type products. They're all made by Kraft (y'know that evil American company that stole Cadburys!) and as far as I'm concerned ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/03/10 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I must be honest this is a product that I honestly never buy, until I saw them on offer in my local Sainsbury's store for only £1 for a box of 4. They were originally priced at £2.38 which is very expensive. I thought this would be a great finger food for my two year old. And I was right. She loved them, being able to dunk the 3 inch tubes into the cheese all by herself she was very proud. To be honest it entertained her for a good half an hour and has been a better investment than some of her more expensive toys. I'm not a huge fan of soft cheese's but when I saw my daughter had polished the small white pot clean I couldn't resist trying one for myself. I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/01/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
I've been buying these Dairylea Dunkers for my 2 1/2 year old sister for a couple of months because she likes having snacks that she can feed herself without getting into too much of a mess. Her fave is deffo this one that comes with Jumbo Tubes because she uses the tube as a sort of spoon for the cheese and then munches it off afterwards. They come in a container that reminds me of Mullers corner yogurts, it's seperated into 2 compartments with the small one containing the Dairylea cheese and the other holding the jumbo tubes. These are only a snack and aren't very filling, I think the main advantage of them is that they're more interesting to eat ... Read the complete review
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