Marmite Oven Baked Cashew Nuts Reviews
Product Type: Marmite Snacks
Description:Brand: Marmite / Type: Nuts
Newest Review: ... on the front. On first tasting the nuts are quite salty with a strong Marmite flavour, but not overpoweringly so. They do ... more
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Marmite Oven Baked Cashew Nuts 30g (box of 12)
Rich in B vitamins. Vegetarian Society approved. Tasty cashew nut ...
Last Update 05.12.2013 08:28
Marmite Oven Baked Cashews 90G
Rich in B vitamins No artificial colours, or preservatives Vegeta ...
Last Update 05.12.2013 08:28
by - written on 27/05/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I think I may be the only person who neither loves Marmite or hates it, I like the smell and it's saltiness but I wouldn't request it specifically, it is so so. However when you apply a marmite clone to a wholewheat biscuit it becomes a twiglet and I completely adore twiglets. To that end I decided to go with the theory that smothering random objects in marmite creates a wonderful and unique end product. Marmite beat me to it and have released a range of marmite covered "things" including breadsticks and Cashews for the lovers of the brown stuff. The packet is identical to the tubs of pure marmite in colour and style, as marmite rely on a strong ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/05/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
Marmite Oven Baked Cashews: I bought these in Morrisons supermarket and they cost me around £1.29, which is for a 90g bag. This is one of the line of food products that the Marmite company have recently started producing, as a bid to extend their reach. Now we all know what they say, Marmite - you either love it or hate it. Hmm, well I quite like it but as long as it's spread quite thinly, so what camp do I fall into? The packet is easily recognisable, as it is a black bag with the world famous Marmite logo on the front in red, yellow, green and white. Inside are 90g of lovely cashew nuts, delicious already, but here they are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/10 (Very useful, 72 readings)
As I live very near to a Tesco store and seem to go shopping in Morrisons at the weekends, I had not been able to find what I had been on the hunt for. This was Marmite Oven Baked Cashews which I had read about on the Dooyoo site. I love Marmite with a passion and was very dissappointed that I had not been able to track these down. So after finishing work one night I decided to pop to a large Sainsbury's that was just around the corner, but I never thought to go there before, as after work I like to just get home!. YIPPEE they had them in stock, so I rushed over and grabbed a bag, well it was about the same size as a bag of crisps. Coming in a striking black ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/01/10 (Very useful, 193 readings)
Whilst shopping on the way home from work something caught my eye right on the top shelf a small black bag with the unmistakeable round yellow and red Marmite logo announcing Marmite flavoured oven baked cashews. As the saying goes you either love it or hate it well I can tell you that I absolutely love Marmite so I grabbed a bag and put it in the trolley. The bag contains 90g of marmite coated cashew nuts which are a perfect accompaniement to have with drinks or on their own. They would be brillliant to serve with any cocktail as there is an element of saltiness from the marmite and the creaminess of the cashew nuts giving it quite an adult tasting ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/01/10 (Very useful, 58 readings)
I first tried these over Christmas as my husband thought they'd make a good stocking filler!?! Who knows how his brain works lol!!! According to the Marmite slogan you either love it or hate it - Personally I love Marmite so this was a good choice for me. The bag is quite small - 90g - as far as I am aware it is the only size bag available. It costs £1.58 for this in Tesco. The bag is quite eyecatching I guess if it is with the rest of the nuts as its in a plain balck bag with the yellow/red/green marmite logo clearly visible and taking up half of the front of the bag. Underneath the logo it reads Oven Baked Cashews -Tasty Cashew nuts baked ... Read the complete review
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