Kraft Dairylea Strip Cheese Reviews
Product Type: Kraft Snacks
Newest Review: ... them as they have calcium in and as not a lot of milk is drunk in our house we eat a lot or cheese. These can be bought in ... more
by - written on 20/04/10 (Very useful, 81 readings)
My daughter really loves cheese. More recently I have been purchasing pre grated cheese for sandwiches and to put on top of jacket potatoes, as this can be very messy I wanted an alternative cheese for my daughter to snack on. I used to purchase cheese string but priced at £1.49 for 4 this was very expensive. These Dairylea strip cheese were price at only £1.30 for a pack of 8. So slightly on the more expensive side as I usually try and purchase items from store own brand ranges such as Asda smart price, Tesco value and Sainsbury's basics. The strip cheese's are around 4 inches in length and are a rectangle shape unlike the round cheese strings, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/09/09 (Very useful, 76 readings)
As it is getting dangerously close to the kids going back to school, I have had to restock my fridge with all the lunchbox goodies that I normally have an abundance of, but due to the holidays have been whittled away to nothing! My son (who actually starts school in a weeks time, god I fell old now!), has no problem with eating yoghurts and other milk based products, my daughter though will eat one thing in this category, and that is cheese! This being the case, and the fact that the cheese she likes the best, ie cheese strings, Babybels etc are the dearest on the market, I was overjoyed to find these on offer. The product I will now ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/07/09 (Very useful, 88 readings)
Dairylea Cheese Strips What are they? ************ Some packs of cheese. Special Features? ************* Well, it's just cheese really, although they've somehow made them into strips and then stacked and packed them into neat handy packets. They're also packed with calcium and vitamin D. How do they taste? *************** The bulk of it is cheddar cheese and the taste is more of a medium flavoured cheese - not so light as bland but not very strong like you get with mature cheese. The texture is also quite soft and fresh, no stickiness so there no messy hands and almost has a sponge-like feel to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/07/09 (Very useful, 57 readings)
This product is the latest from Kraft's Dairylea range which, for so long featured those Dairylea triangles of soft cheese. What they've done here is take this winning formula and taste and made a slightly harder cheese out of it, emulatig and providing a rival to cheese strips that are so popular with kids. You can buy these in packs of 4 or 8. We usually tend to get the packs of 8, as you do get a little bit of a bargain, albeit it 9p or so. Packs of 4 come in at just under £1, packs of 8 at under £2. We got our 8 for £1.90 or thereabouts. Inside each indiviual strip, there are strips of the Dairylea soft cheese, that you can peel of as per the product ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/09 (Very useful, 117 readings)
Dairylea Strip Cheese........... Jack and I both adore cheese and when I saw these ages I ago I couldn't help but try them out. I instantly loved them and so did Jacks so I have been buying them ever since they came out and half the time I have been trying not to scoff the whole packet. The Dairylea Strip Cheese comes in either a four pack or an eight pack and although there is not much of a saving I always buy the 8 pack as it seems to vanish in out house! The price of the 8 packet is £1.89 pence and the four pack is priced at 98 pence. The packet design is similar to all the other Dairylea products and is a light blue in colour ... Read the complete review
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