Product Type: Nestle Snacks
Newest Review: ... lunch box biscuits that I could put in my boyfriend's packed lunches this week. I normally get him Club biscuits or Penguins but as these ... more
Break away from the norm!
Member Name: xxfoxyredxx
Advantages: Cheap and tasty and won't fatten up the hips too much (in moderation of course lol)
Disadvantages: None in my opinion!
My bf is a really fussy eater so recently when he came to stay with me and my mate who I am currently staying with it was really tough to feed him! In the end as everything we made him was really wrong I told him to fend for himself! He went shopping and got a few bits and pieces and one of the things I noticed about him was how much chocolate he really does consume and there was a large packet of these which I
actually pinched without him knowing as I really fancied them big time!
Well he purchased our one's in a packet of 9 in a bright yellow plastic packet which is oblong in shape and on the front of that packet there is a photograph of a breakaway in a wheat field and I am told that they are Nestle Breakaway and that they are made from 100% wholemeal and oat flour and that they are a source of fibre and that they contain 99 calories and there is an at a glance nutritional chart on there. On the back of the packet other information listed includes ingredients, a full nutritional chart is displayed and contact details for Nestle are given. The All 69 bars are individually wrapped and look the same (only smaller) than the outer packaging.
The Breakaways Themselves:
Lovely in short....I really do love these. Not too big, certainly not too small they are oblong in shape and reasonably wide and covered in textured (in squares) of milk chocolate that really does cling to the slightly malted but wheaty digestive, crunchy biscuit underneath. The milk chocolate is thick enough, melts in the mouth and is creamy and smooth and not too sweet at all. The digestive biscuit is really wheaty and plain and I like the crunch you get with this alot.
Perfect for eating as a snack, great for dipping in a cuppa I had no problem polishing off all 9 bars before he even blinked and I think these are of excellent quality and really a tasty treat and at a mere 99 calories a bar I don't mind occasionally pigging out on these to be honest!
Nutritional Information Per Bar:
A packet of 9 should cost about £1.39 and they are also available to purchase in packs of 18 and should cost about £2.18 in all good supermarkets etc.
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