Marmite Cereal Bars Reviews
Product Type: Marmite Snacks
Description:Brand: Marmite / Type: Cereal Bars
Newest Review: ... of most other cereal bars I have eaten. The surprise comes when the taste of the Marmite hits you because it's just not ... more
by - written on 10/06/10 (Very useful, 35 readings)
Marmite cereal bars were recently being given away in my train station. Now I sit firmly in the "love" camp, so I was quite excited to try this new snack. Now when I saw recent a poster campaign that turned out to be for a make-believe Marmite perfume called XO, I thought it was actually for a new brand of marmite that was extra strong - I spend three trips looking for it in my local supermarket. And it is in relation to this that I feel let down by the folks at Marmite. You see, these bars barely taste of the lovely stuff, they should probably be called "hint of marmite bars" as that is all you are getting. I thought that this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/05/10, updated on 13/10/10 (Very useful, 37 readings)
Marmite, is thick dark, gloopy, yeast and vegetable extract based food stuff, which is very often used as something to spread onto hot buttered toast. Its an acquired taste that you either love to love or love to hate. Its salty tangyness is not for the faint hearted, but once you get used to it, its a real winner. ******************************************************** There are all sorts of marmite based products around these days. Products available range form moorish and tangy marmite crisps to marmite cheese and marmite bread sticks etc. So who was it that thought the world needed Marmite Cereal Bars then? After all most ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/10 (Very useful, 212 readings)
Marmite cereal bars....i love it and i hate it!! While cruising down the isles at the local morrisons a slim black box caught my eye, being easily attracted by black and shiny things i had to take a closer look. As i got closer the bright yellow logo that is traditional to all marmite products became clear.... marmite cereal bars......not something you would have thought would go together! But the special offer of just 99p for a box of six was a bargain and it was worth a try. What you get in the box is 6 cereal bars made of chewy oats,wheat and rice wrapped in the flavour of marmite, needless to say these are not suitable for people with allergies ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/10 (Very useful, 102 readings)
While shopping at the weekend in Morrisons I literally got stopped in my tracks as I thought I had spied something on the shelves that looked familiar but couldn't possibly be!. There it was a whole end aisle of black square boxes with that really familiar logo in yellow on the front......Yep it was MARMITE CEREAL BARS!. Well my first reaction was YUKKKK!!... even though I really love Marmite. Being that they were on special offer for 99p instead £1.99 I really had to try these so I grabbed a box and flung it into my trolley, getting quite excited to hurry up and finish the shopping and get home so I could try one of these bars. Now I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/03/11 (Very useful, 79 readings)
I'm in the Marmite-loving group and have grown up with this gorgeous yeast extract for nigh on 50 years. I love it for many reasons including the texture, the goodness and best of all the taste. I'm so used to having it spread on toast or bread that I was somewhat surprised the other day when I saw they had cereal bars for sale for just £1 at our local cheapo shop. Without even hesitating I picked up a box thinking it would be a real treat for myself and my two Marmite-loving grown up daughters. I am not sure whether they had ever advertised these bars (maybe I just missed them?) but I'd never seen them before nor heard anyone talking about them. ... Read the complete review
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