Dairylea Dunkers Ritz Crackers Reviews
Product Type: Dairylea Snacks
Description:Brand: Dairylea / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... states that there are no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives added. Also that Dairylea Dunkers are suitable for ... more
by - written on 21/03/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I brought a pack of these Dairylea Dunkers With Ritz biscuits because I'd never seen them before and didn't know you could get them!!! There were 4 in the pack I got and they was only £1.20 on special offer in Morrisons. It's set out the same as any of these Dairylea Dunkers, you get a compartment full of Dairylea cheese and the other compartment has got mini Ritz biscuits in it. You use the Ritz to scoop the cheese up and the same as always there isn't quite enough cheese so you have to either be careful how much you get each time or put up with dry Ritz for the last few. It's a yummy combo, I prefer the jumbo tube variety because they've got a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/10 (Very useful, 50 readings)
Dairylea Dunkers with Ritz Crackers Whenever I visit my young grandchildren, I try to get round to see them all every couple of weeks, I always try to take a little gift with me, after all that's what Grannies are for aren't they! I almost always take them sweets but after chatting with their mum's, and their mum's being very good mum's, they asked me if I would buy the kiddies something a little more healthy when I visit. I came across these Dairylea Dunkers in Tesco's who were having an offer on and were selling them at £1 for a pack of 4, which I thought was very good so I bought a few packs (I have 10 grandchildren) to take home. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/09 (Very useful, 234 readings)
Ive recently started seeing these appearing in the fridge after my mom's done the food shopping and after wanting to try them for quite some time I finally got round to it a few days ago. I used to love the Dairy Lee Dunkers as a kid and always had one in my lunchbox and Im also a Ritz biscuits fan so when I heard they had merged the two together I thought I just HAD to try them. I guess I had pretty high expectations of this product before I had even tried it and I will say they didnt impress me as much as I thought they would but maybe thats because my hopes were so high!! Appearance & Packaging: This product is in the same style as the rest of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/11/09, updated on 13/11/09 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I recently purchased these snack products when gathering food that could be taken out on a bird watching expedition (for me to eat, not the birds!). The ideal food for these kind of outdoor picnics has to be easy to transport, plentiful, tasty and something we can whip out and just snack on whenever we like. These small, sealed cheese and biscuit snack pots seemed the obvious choice. Although the product name and the cartoon cow logo suggests these might be for children and intended for school lunchboxes I do recommend them as a product suitable for snackoholics, serial picnickers, people who love soft cheese and Ritz biscuits or those that are just too knackered to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/10/09 (Very useful, 78 readings)
After deciding to go on a "Barrow" family day out to Drayton manor last weekend I knew I had to make the mother of all picnics! After once going on a day out with the Barrows collectively before, my picnic got slated, not enough choice....apparently! This time I was prepared and ready for war, one of the items purchased for this purpose being the item I will now review. The product I will is - "Dairylea Dunkers - Ritz crackers" As many of you will be aware the premise of these snacks is there is a potion of Dairylea cheese spread and something to scoop the spread up with, this one being the latest ... Read the complete review
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