Pagen Wholegrain Krisprolls Reviews
Product Type: Pagen Snacks
Description:Brand: Pagen / Type: Snacks - Wholegrain
Newest Review: ... was good value for this kind of product as the bag contains quite a few pieces. It showed a picture of two of the Krisprolls ... more
by - written on 29/01/12 (Very useful, 74 readings)
It's not every day that I come across a product that fits in to both of the following categories; 'Good For You' and 'Delicious'. Usually when I change my diet to eat more healthily, I find healthy products do not taste as good as their naughty counterparts out there ~ the ones loaded with sugar, salt and fat. But anyone who has a sweet tooth and loves naughty food would feel that way too. I know that whole grains are very good for you and are part of a healthy diet, so when I try to eat healthier, one of the options I look out for are whole grain products. I came across a bag of Pagen Krisprolls Wholegrain as I scanned the crackers aisle in Asda and thought I might ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/12/10 (Very useful, 150 readings)
I love bread but of late I have been looking for alternative options simply for a change. I spotted these in Asda costing 80p a bag and quite liked the sound of them so I grabbed me and my flatmate a bag to try! The bag these come in is light yellow and brown in colour, like a waxed paper bag and on the front we are shown the Krisprolls with a couple of different toppings on them and told that they are From Sweden With Love, Krisprolls 'Wholegrain' The weight of the Krisprolls is stated which is 225g and there is an at a glance nutritional chart shown. Other information on the bag ioncludes being told a bit a bout the them and ideas on what to top them with ... Read the complete review
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