Kraft Dairylea Thick Cheese Slices Reviews
Newest Review: ... I went for the more expensive option of Kraft Dairylea, 16 thick cheese slices. The Dairylea cheese slices come in a bright ... more
by - written on 15/05/10 (Very useful, 155 readings)
Now let me start by saying I LOVE cheese, but I mean proper cheddar cheese with strong flavours not all the fake, cheap stuff that tastes of rubber. Me and my boys had burgers for tea the other night and for me you can't have a burger without a slice of cheese. Now I don't mind going cheap and value with some things but when it comes to cheese I just can't so instead of picking up the supermarket value version of cheese slices I went for the more expensive option of Kraft Dairylea, 16 thick cheese slices. The Dairylea cheese slices come in a bright blue packet, with a smiley cow on the front showing off a tasty looking sarnie with a slice of cheese in it. The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/04/10, updated on 10/04/10 (Very useful, 63 readings)
When I went to Tesco today they hadn't got any of the cheapo processed cheese slices I usually buy so I had to shell out £1.86 for 16 slices of Dairylea Thick Cheese Slices. I wouldn't have bothered for that price but me and my little sisters were having a quick bbq in the afternoon and a burger isn't a burger without a cheese slice on it! lol You can see they're a bit thicker than other cheese slices, not all that much though and I don't think I'd pay the extra money just for slightly thicker slices of cheese. It's the flavour that got me though because as soon as I ate one I could tell they were the NICEST cheese slices I've ever had! They ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/12/09 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I used to love cheese slices melted on a slice of toast with butter around the edges and the crusts snipped off when I was younger, but went off cheese slices after eating progressively cheaper versions over the years which ended up just tasting a bit like orange glue. I recall substitiuting real cheese for the cheapest supermarket cheese slices (12 for about 30p) when I was at uni and this experience subsequently put me off cheese slices for a long time. I recently saw Dairylea Thick Cheese slices on offer at £1 for a large pack of 16 in Morrisons and thought I would give them a try as, on a psychological level, they are white/ cream coloured so I don't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/11/09 (Very useful, 84 readings)
Kraft Dairylea Thick Cheese Slices Description: Food Type: Cheese I bought an 8 pack of these from my local supermarket which cost me £1.10. You can also purchase packs of 16. This cheese is available in the chilled cabinet of most supermarkets and is recognisable by the bright blue shiny plastic wrapper with the name written on the front in yellow letters. They are basically individually wrapped (in clear cellophane) slices of Dairylee cheese. If you have had Dairylee cheese before, you will know that it is smooth and creamy spreading cheese, so of course having it in slices isn't going to be quite the same. It is pretty close ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/07/09 (Very useful, 90 readings)
If I wasn't so old I would have thought I was pregnant because I've been addicted to cheese slices for the past few weeks & can't seem to get enough of them! I don't usually like synthetic, pre-packed foods & am a great fan of 'proper' cheese but there's something about cheese slices & my favourite ones are Kraft Dairylea Thick ones which cost around £1.20 for 8 slices. The pack is as shown in the photo & each of the 8 slices is individually wrapped in cellophane with a more sturdy (a bit fiddly to open) outer layer. Each square is kept really fresh due to the packaging & it doesn't 'sweat'. One slice weighs around 25g ... Read the complete review
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