Oatland Biscuit Co Honey & Seed Bites Reviews
Product Type: Oatland Biscuit Co Snacks
Newest Review: ... same product as the title as the only difference in the title and the packet is that the title omits the word nutty, and ... more
by LAURALILIA - written on 01/04/09
OAKLAND BISCUIT CO HONEY & SEED BITES I have to say that when I first requested these biscuits they were around 81p, which I didn't think was too bad. I went to buy some more today, so that I could write this review and they had gone up to £1.19!! So sorry about that! ***What are they like?*** These are somewhere in between a biscuit and a cereal bar. Sometimes you just want a sweet taste with your cup of tea or coffee, but not the calories of a choccy biscuit. Also because they have plenty of nuts and seeds in there, I kid myself that they are healthy. They come in a clear plastic bag (not so great for keeping fresh, once you ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/09 (Very useful, 141 readings)
Last week, when the sun was shining, my little girl and I met friends in the park for a picnic. One of my friends is a vegetarian and always appears to be into healthy eating. When she passed a bag around with what she descibed as fruity nutty seedy treats I was a bit reluctant, but thought hey ho, why not! I reached into a clear bag and took out a small round mass of stuck together hamster food!! Ok, its only the size of a 50p so it shouldn't be too hard to swallow - should it?? It was nutty and sweet and you could easily see the seeds and currants in it. Well what a shock - it was delicious, really scrummy!! My hand soon shot out for another!! ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/02/10 (Very useful, 79 readings)
I bought these yesterday and decided to have a couple this morning. Unfortunately for me that couple turned into half the bag. I bought these in tesco for £1.04 I think they were, not a bad price considering it's 200g of product. Im assuming that these are the same product as the title as the only difference in the title and the packet is that the title omits the word nutty, and without a picture it's hard to tell. The bites come in a plastic packet which is easy to open. Without counting them I would say you get around 25 - 30 of these bites in a packet. Each bite is around the size of a tealight (so quite big). I was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/12/09, updated on 31/12/09 (Very useful, 18 readings)
I am an Asian. Unfortunately for me, however, there isn't a single Chinese supermarket where I live. It's such a small town I reside in, too, so the supermarkets just don't stock these posh Asian food stuffs. Because of that, I've always tried to find alternatives for my occasionally-craved Asian snacks. Oatland Honey & Seed Bites is one of those alternatives. For just 99p (99p!!!) at Tesco's, you get a 200g bag of about 16 yummy bite-sized cookies. Considering most of the healthy snacks that contain nuts and seeds where I live are over £1 a package, this is a pretty good deal. The nutty flavor of these snack bites hit you as soon as you bite into them. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/05/09 (Useful, 91 readings)
Overview Crispy Nutty Seed bites by Oatland Biscuit co are a tasty crunchy biscuit with seeds nuts and currents. They appear in Tescos Discount brands range and come in 200g bags. Nutrition These biscuits 1020Kcal a bag so they aren't the healthiest snack around. There is nearly 100g of protein, 60g of fat and 10g of fibre. They are made up of Sugar, Sunflower Seeds, Currents, peanuts , sesame seeds , hazelnuts, oat flakes and honey. The taste Personally i think these little biteszie biscuits are sublime. I'm a fan of nutty snacks and these are really good for the price (about £1.30). There are a few downsides, the ... Read the complete review
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