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I love Monster Munch. I can remember taking them into school as part of my packed lunch when I was about 8 years old.
These days we don’t buy crisps (or baked corn snacks) every time we go shopping, but I do like to get a multipack now and again as it’s nice to know you have them in the cupboard if you get hungry and fancy a snack.
~ Price and availability ~
From Tesco you can buy a multipack of 6 roast beef flavoured Monster Munch for £1.50 (or 2 for £2.50).
You can buy a multipack of 12 packets containing 4 beef, 4 pickled onion and 4 flamin’ hot packets for £2.95 (or 2 for £5.00).
You can buy a multipack of 24 packets; 8 of each flavour for £4.00.
~ Packaging ~
I bought these roast beef flavoured Monster Munch as part of a multipack. I don’t think you can buy this flavour individually, but I could be wrong.
The packet contains 22g of ‘corn snacks’.
It is bright yellow with a pink monster on the front and ‘Monster Munch’ written in bold, monstrous letters across the top.
The top left hand corner has the word ‘New’ crossed out and then underneath, ‘Old – Bigger Like They Used To Be’.
~ About Monster Munch ~
Monster Munch themselves are shaped like monster’s feet. They are rings with four sticky out toes.
The roast beef flavoured Monster Munch used to be my favourite, but now I think I am starting to prefer the ‘Flamin’ Hot’ flavour!
The roast beef Monster Munch are very flavoursome and tasty. They are really crunchy and they have made them bigger again like they used to be as they shrunk in size for a few years.
They are delicious and the 22g bag has just 108kcal in, but it does contain 5.5g of fat (of which 0.5g saturates), which seems an awful lot for a 22g packet of crisps (if I may call them crisps).
When I try to eat clean ie. just natural products like fruit, vegetables, eggs and meat I find that what I really miss is something to crunch on. It’s just not the same crunching on a carrot stick or sliced pepper! I think you do need a bit of crunch in your diet every now and then and Monster Munch aren’t too bad for you if you have them in moderation.
I like to have Monster Munch either on their own or I sometimes have them as part of a naughty supper or lazy tea alongside some toast with cheese or cheese spread and I occasionally even put a few pickled onions on the side of my plate!
The back of the packet states these are ‘made in a factory that also handles gluten, barley, celery and mustard.’ I was unaware that celery was a danger?
I would recommend roast beef Monster Munch and I will buy them again in the future!
Monster Munch Roast Beef A classic favourite since their launch in 1977. Great tasting roast beef onion flavoured monsters paw shaped corn snacks. Now bigger paws, just like they used to be!30 x 40g Mega Bags