Nairn's Rough Oat Cakes Reviews
Product Type: Nairn's Snacks
Description:Brand: Nairn's / Type: Biscuits / Wheat free, no added sugar and no hydrogenated fat.
Newest Review: ... ones I have always bought. I like them so why not stick with them. So, what is an oatcake? Well, it looks just like a flat ... more
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Nairn's Rough Oatcakes 291 g (Pack of 10)
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Last Update 07.12.2013 14:41
by - written on 08/03/08 (Very useful, 853 readings)
I have to admit that I am very addicted to the many brands of Ryvita that are about at the moment and love the crunchiness of them, but have recently tried a new product in an attempt to vary my diet slightly! ~ Price ~ Currently 74p in Sainsburys. ~ Packaging ~ They come packaged in an upright white box with red writing, a large 'n' on the front and pictures of the crackers along with different toppings. The pictures on the front do make the oat cakes look a richer beige colour and slightly thicker than they are. They are more of a very, very light beige colour. Inside the box I was pleased to see that ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/08, updated on 23/02/08 (Very useful, 109 readings)
They are proudly Scottish. If you are a chocolate biscuit addict, then these may not be for you. Nairn's rough oatcakes are not really designed to be eaten on their own unless you are feeling in a real hair-shirt mood. But, to be fair, whenever I have scoffed a few unadorned with butter or anything else, I have always enjoyed them They are oat biscuits, about 70mm in diameter, and 5mm thick. In the box, the oatcakes are packaged in sealed sixes. Six, with toppings, could make a very satisfying lunch, good if you were going to be energetic afterwards, because they don't sit heavily on the stomach. If you don't eat all six in a sitting, they stay ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/02/08 (Useful, 107 readings)
I tried these for the first time the other day...and I was impressed! Theyre something to snack on with a cup of tea of coffee instead of a chocolate biscuit. The original rough oatcakes can be a little dry on their own and taste great with a spreading of duck and liver pate. My favourite variety also contains mixed berries, which just make it a little sweeter. Inside the box, they come in little individual wrapped packs each containing five or six oat cakes. This helps preserve the freshness. The outer packaging certainly reflects the fact that oatcakes are inherent to scottish cuisine! I love them because each cake with the berries in, contains only ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/01/13 (Very useful, 90 readings)
I've been on a bit of a healthy eating kick since January, I want to lose the rest of my mummy tummy and also fit into a bikini for my summer holiday so I am being more sensible at eating. On the the things I have tried to cut down on is bread as I know this can bulk you out a bit but its hard when it comes to lunch time to think of something to eat instead of a sandwich. My mum recommend Oatcakes to me because she has to follow a wheat free diet for health reasons and these are one of the things she eats and enjoys. I'm glad she told me about them because they have become my new favourite thing for lunch. My local shop sells the Nairns variety of rough ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/11 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I had never fancied oat cakes before, to be honest I thought they looked dry and tasteless. That was until I had some round my friends the other day and realised just how tasty they are. I went to my local Tesco and picked up a box of Nairns Oatcakes. They had a choice of regular oat cakes or rough oatmeal ones. I opted for the rough oatmeal type. They contain no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives, no hydrogenated fat, they are high in fibre, and suitable for vegans. The box has a white background and on the front is a large "n" in red tartan. Just below this it says nairns oatcakes rough oatmeal along with a picture of a couple of the ... Read the complete review
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