Jacob's Cornish Wafers Reviews
Product Type: Jacob's Snacks
Description:Brand: Jacob's / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... flakes falling onto the plate. To date, bearing in mind I have been eating Jacobs Cornish Wafers for as far back as I can ... more
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Jacob's Cornish Wafer 150g - Pack of 12
Est. 1885. Light and Flaky Puffed Crackers. JACOB'S CORNISH WAFER ...
Last Update 07.03.2014 00:07
by - written on 06/02/10, updated on 06/02/10 (Very useful, 402 readings)
PRICE: 92p per pack @ my local Sainsburys (approx. 15 biscuits) NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION (per biscuit): Calories: 45 Kj: 189 Protein: 0.7g Carbohydrate: 4.6g (of which sugars): 0.1g Fat: 2.7g (of which saturates): 1.5g Fibre: 0.3g Sodium: 0.1g INGREDIENTS: Wheat flour, vegetable oil, salt DIETARY/ALLERGY ADVICE: Contains gluten Produced in an environment which uses sesame seeds, milk, soya & egg Suitable for vegetarians No artificial colours or flavours ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ One of my favourite late ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/04/09 (Very useful, 109 readings)
I love Jacob's Cream Crackers but have become bored of them over the years, for this reason I have been looking more towards other products in the Jacob's range. My favourites at the moment are their Cornish Wafers which are delicious round crackers that are extremely versatile and can be eaten with or without toppings at any time of day. What sets these apart from standard crackers is how soft they are, the Cornish Wafers are much flakier than other crackers and have a delicious buttery flavour which lingers for a long time after I've finished eating. I sometimes just have them thinly spread with butter for a snack but often will have the decadent ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/04/09 (Very useful, 877 readings)
Jacob's make some extremely good savoury crackers and I feel that they have created recipes to suit everyone's taste. Savoury crackers can vary greatly, from the crunchiness of the cream cracker to the semi crunch of the whole grain right down to the softer crackers like the Cornish wafers. Although I love the crunchy crackers they do tend to niggle if you wear a denture, the softer crackers are easier to cope with. The Cornish wafer is a decent sized biscuit and they make a good lunchtime or supper snack. Whether you choose to put a sweet or a savoury topping on the biscuit is entirely up to you, the wafer lends itself to either. On the front of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/03/09 (Very useful, 74 readings)
These are my favourite types of crackers. I often eat crackers in the evening when I don't feel like having anything too heavy or as a snack during the day instead of crisps or chocolate. What Are They Like? I love the fact that they are so flaky and crumbly when you bite into them. They are quite a bit softer than cream crackers as you might have anticipated from their name. I usually spread Primula cheese spread or another type of spread on them as they can be on the dry side if you eat them without anything on them. The Price From Sainsburys, these cost 84p for a 150g packet. They seem to vary in price depending on where ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/09, updated on 01/03/10 (Very useful, 161 readings)
I have been buying Jacob's Cornish Wafers for some months now, and they have become one of my favourite snacks. I first bought them when I was browsing the cookie aisle at the supermarket, looking for an alternative to my usual Cream Crackers. I love cream Crackers, but I thought I'd try something new. So I gave Jacob's Cornish Wafers a go. I cannot remember why I picked the Cornish Wafers instead of any of all the other crackers available, but I am glad I did: They are delicious. They are round, wheat crackers, in taste not too different from Cream Crackers, but they have a more delicate flavour and lighter texture. ... Read the complete review
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