McVities Digestive Light Reviews
Product Type: McVities Snacks
Description:Brand: McVities / Type: Biscuit
Newest Review: ... but 3 g of fat. Fat-check? Yes! How about taste-wise? WELL, sadly, these don't taste the same as McVitie's digestives. ... more
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Mcvities Digestive Light Biscuits 400 g (Pack of 7)
30% reduced fat 66 kcal per biscuit No artificial colours or flav ...
Last Update 16.12.2013 20:58
by - written on 23/07/12 (Very useful, 73 readings)
MY RELATIONSHIP WITH MCVITIE'S DIGESTIVES I absolutely adore McVitie's digestives. The dark chocolate ones are a devilish treat for me, but the normal ones are also very very yummy - they're kind of nutty and crunchy, with a tinge of sweetness, just perfect to have with a cup of tea or to dunk in some milk. Sadly for me, because digestives are so good, I usually can't stop at having just a few, so these become very calorically costly for me!! NOW TO THE LIGHT DIGESTIVES These light digestives come in a similar McVite's packing, with the familiar red covering most of the packet. But the dark blue portion is now replaced by light blue, making it easily ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/09 (Very useful, 172 readings)
We can't work out why these are in the house but I guess it was my dad who picked them up in the shop without looking properly. They are McVities idea of a lower fat biscuit but I don't think they should have bothered because if your going to have a chocolate biscuit then it's a bit pointless buying a low fat one! lol They're not that good either and to me they didn't taste anything like the normal chocolate digestives. The biscuit doesn't taste as buttery and it's deffo not as crumbly and yummy as the other chocolate digestives. The chocolate tastes dead cheap as well and isn't creamy or rich like I expect from Mcvities chocolate ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/09/08 (Very useful, 298 readings)
We always have a packet of the regular Mcvities Digestive biscuits in our house! Although I was never really keen on them as a child (I found them rather dull!), I do rather like them now! However, now I'm trying to lose weight following the recent birth of our daughter I decided to try the Light version of these biscuits! McVities Digestive are perhaps the most commonly known of digestive biscuit and, in my opinion, they are the best too! Created over 100 years ago by Alexander Grant, the large amount of baking soda added formed the basis of the name Digestive due to it helping with the digestion of food! They are a very versatile biscuit - ... Read the complete review
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