Dairylea Lunchables Ham/Cheese Reviews
Product Type: Dairy Crest Snacks
Description:Brand: Dairylea / Type: Snack
Newest Review: ... wise these are in all the major supermarkets although I do find Asda only tend to do them when on offer at £1 but Tesco ... more
by - written on 14/03/10 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I have never seen the appeal with these Lunchables things, I think they're majorly expensive considering there's hardly any food in it when you open the pack! lol It's a container that is seperated into 3 sections and you get 10 crackers, 10 bits of ham and 10 slices of cheese. You are supposed to make little sandwiches out of them or stack them up but that gets boring after a minute because you can only put ham cheese and crackers together one way! lol The cheese is the best bit about them, it's like Dairylea has been used to make the cheese slices and they've got a wickedly creamy flavour. They're too good to be in this kind of kid food and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/09 (Very useful, 206 readings)
I struggle to make myself a 'proper' meal at times due to my ill health and for this reason my partner quite often buys me 'snacky' type items that can be kept until they are needed, and do not require much in the way of preparation or cooking on my part. He came home last week with the Dairylea 'Lunchables' snack box for me which I had not tried until yesterday when I was quite weak (and would have struggled to 'cook' or 'prepare' anything) and wanted a quick bite in the afternoon. When I removed the outer cardboard-type sleeve, I was surprised to see three little compartments in the plastic tray underneath. Removing the clear film, I could see ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/06/09 (Very useful, 99 readings)
When my older son started full time school last September (*sob, sniff my baby!*) he tried out school dinners, but being the fussy eater that he is he didn't eat much and decided to change to packed lunches. This presented me with a problem of what to put in his new shiny lunch box as he will not eat sandwiches at all. I tried various combinations - sausage rolls one day, crackers another etc but everything was coming back mostly uneaten. I took him shopping and told him to pick what he wanted for lunch and he surprised me by picking this- Dairylea ham and cheese lunchables- though he loves crackers he is not keen on ham or cheese. Never the less even after I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/06/09 (Very useful, 39 readings)
Dairylea Lunchables Ham/Cheese are something that I enjoy for my lunch from time to time and although it's predominantly designed for children it doesn't stop the little box catching my eye every time I'm in the supermarket or local store looking for something different, fast & simple and I always find myself surprised at how much these actually fill me up! The Lunchables pot is a plastic tray with three sections, half of the pot contains 10 or 11 white & wholegrain crackers, quarter of the pot contains reformed ham slices and there are around 20 slices but occasionally there will be one or two more the final quarter of the pot contains dairylea slices ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/09 (Very useful, 77 readings)
I had actually forgot these existed until I read a review by my friend Supersonic75 - check her stuff out, she's good! Anyway after reading her review, and remembering how I like these, I had to buy some while doing one of the many Supermarket trips. You get this product in a few different tastes, but it is the Ham and Cheese 1 I am reviewing. These are made by Dairylea and since they deal with Cheese, you get Cheese in all the packs. The pack is a square plastic tub split into 3 sections. There is 1 long section and 2 smaller square sections. So what do you get in here? This is kind of like a packed lunch, and more so designed for Kids. You used to ... Read the complete review
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