Product Type: Jacob's Snacks
Newest Review: ... for hogging the entire pack to yourself.' Good advice. A sharing bag of Jacob's Cheeselets is 125g and costs £1.39 from Tesco.... more
Member Name: xxfoxyredxx
Date: 07/06/13, updated on 20/11/13 (64 review reads)
Advantages: They taste lovely!
Disadvantages: A bit messy to eat with the cheese powder on them
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 size is stated which is 230g in this case and contact details for the manufacturer are given.
These are a golden colour, smell slightly of cheese and are square in shape with little pin pricks dotted all over them. They are slightly puffed up and crunchy, some are crispy and they are really not one bit greasy though the powder cheese does come off on the fingers slightly which gets on my nerves a bit!
They taste very well seasoned and they taste like mini crackers really with a cheesy flavour to them and I find them really, really moreish and tasty.
With only 125 calories and 2.2g of Saturated Fat per 100g serving they are a filling and very tasty little snack and they have gone down a storm in this household!
Available from all good supermarkets etc, this tub cost my Mum about £2.50 but you do get loads of them!
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