Nairns Oat Biscuits Dark Chocolate Chip Reviews
Product Type: Nairn's Snacks
Description:Brand: Nairn's / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... biscuits. Despite my distaste for over packaging generally, I actually approve of this system as it means a natural control ... more
by - written on 08/01/12 (Very useful, 65 readings)
My daughter is a dancer, and I am on a diet. Trust me; these are two things you need to know when considering my review! My daughter is very conscious of what she eats, and I am always on the lookout for products the family will eat and enjoy and ones which will not harm my gradual weight loss program. I had tried the Nairns Oat Biscuits for cheese previously and had liked them and was beyond excited when I saw they had produced not only a sweet biscuit, but a chocolate one at that. Basics The biscuits are produced in a box containing four cellophane packs, each containing in turn five biscuits. Despite my distaste for over packaging generally, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/05/10, updated on 22/05/10 (Very useful, 228 readings)
As you can see by an earlier review I am a fan of Nairn's oatcakes that I was introduced to by a friend at work. This same friend yesterday offered me a new product in their range, an oat biscuit. They are baked in Scotland where the company was founded over 100 years ago. I was very surprised to see that Nairn's had now ventured into the sweet range so I was given a little packet containing two biscuits to try. The biscuits are wheat free like the cakes and contain 90 calories per pack of two biscuits do 45 calories each. They are made with wholegrain oats. They are very nice, a thin but solid biscuit that looks like a cookie. They ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/04/10 (Very useful, 333 readings)
Nairns are famous for making oatcakes, which are a healthy snack eaten by many people watching their diet. Oats keep you fuller for longer, releasing energy slowly, so are a preferred method of snacking compared to chocolates and normal biscuits. Nairns have been making biscuits for over 100 years, so have maintained a good reputation and history. The biscuits and oatcakes are baked in Scotland, where Nairns is based. These Nairns Oatcakes Snack Packs (Dark Chocolate) cost 99p from Tesco for a bag containing 6 snack packs which have 2 biscuits in each (therefore total number of biscuits = 12). The outer bag holding all the snack packs is made from shiny thick ... Read the complete review
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