Jacob's Cheeselets Reviews
Product Type: Jacob's Snacks
Description:Brand: Jacob's / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... Oh, the calories I've consumed! The horror! One nibble is certainly not enough with this snack. Great willpower must be ... more
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Jacob's Cheeselets 125G
Baked not fried Suitable for vegetarians Cheese flavour snack bis ...
Last Update 10.03.2014 08:33
Jacob's Cheeselets 18x30g
EST. 1885. BAKED NOT FRIED. NEW IMPROVED RECIPE. 1 EAT HEALTHILY. ...
Last Update 10.03.2014 08:33
by - written on 17/04/10 (Very useful, 154 readings)
I first discovered this tasty little snack from the popular cracker manufacturer Jacobs, last christmas. Every Christmas supermarkets stock cheeselets in large sharing tubs of 230g and are a great snack for parties - and when you are on your own! They are available at other times from supermarkets in 125g bags at about £1 a bag, or in some pubs in 35g bags for 60p. The packaging is attractive and eye catching. It is in a bright blue bag with Cheeselets in orange writing. They are advertised as baked not fried, so they appeal to those who might be trying to watch the calories a bit. The snack are small rectangles which are very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/10 (Very useful, 376 readings)
I seem to be going through a bit of a pub-based-snack series of reviews at the moment, and it's no different with today's offering. You've all heard of 'Twiglet's' right? - but have you heard of their little known brethren 'Cheeselets'? - I certainly hadn't until last week. Price & Availability - - - - - - - - - - - - Cheeselets are available in either the small 34g packets (which cost about 60p from a range of pubs) or as a 125g bag from supermarkets where they retail at £1. The bag itself has a blue front with predominantly orange text, and a photographic depiction of the inner morsels which you will be soon to meet / eat. The text on the front ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/09/13 (Very useful, 123 readings)
Fancying a change from crisps, I bought a selection of different snacks from the supermarket this week. One of these was a sharing bag of Jacobs Cheeselets. I don't buy these very often and I'm not sure why. I think I became conditioned to associating such products with buying for buffets and parties. They do make good party nibbles. There is no real reason, however, that this snack should be kept only for these occasions. I put them into my shopping basket imagining they would be good for a family DVD night. The product: The cheeselets are very thin, cheese flavoured, bite-size, oblongs. They are baked. A serving of these is defined on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/13, updated on 20/11/13 (Very useful, 70 readings)
In my Mums cupboards there is always an assortment of snacks and the other night I stumbled across these when I was looking for something to pick at and chomp my way through! These are available in bags and the likes though ours came in a tub which is light and dark blue in colour and it has a red plastic lid to the top of it then on the front of it we are told that they are Jacob's Cheeselets 'Baked Not Fried', there are pictures of the Cheeselets on there and there is an at a glance nutritional chart shown then on he back of the tub other information listed includes the ingredients and allergy advice being given, there is a full nutritional chart listed, the ... Read the complete review
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