Quaker Snack A Jacks 'Barbeque' Rice & Corn Snacks Reviews
Product Type: Quaker Snacks
Description:Brand: Quaker / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... Vinegar, so thought that this would be a good way of trying the other available flavours. A 26g pack contains 106 calories ... more
by - written on 05/08/09, updated on 05/08/09 (Very useful, 193 readings)
---Intro--- The other day in Tesco I spotted three flavours of Snack-a-Jacks which I hadn't yet tried, in a three 26g bags for £1.20 offer, so put a pack of each in the trolley - you lucky lucky dooyoo readers! For those who aren't in the know, these bags of snacks are mini rice cakes, and a suitable (and perhaps slightly healthier) alternative to a packet of crisps. ---The packaging--- My packet is predominantly brown with a picture of the snacks on and the nutritional info, boasting only 6% fat (2% od your GDA of fat), and on the back claiming that a Designer Belt is a "Must-have" (just something Snack a Jacks do on their ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/07/09 (Very useful, 67 readings)
Ok, so can you tell I'm on a health kick at the moment?! This is my third Snack A Jack review recently, and I fear I might be becoming something of an addict! ~THE PACKAGING~ Snack A Jacks Barbecue rice and corn snacks come in a maroony-brown packet, with Snack A Jacks printed clearly and boldly on the front. There are a few pictures on the front of the product, and information telling me they are 6% fat. It also has the basic nutritional information on it. This packaging is similar to the rest of their current range, and it has a nice consistent feel to it. The back of the packet again, consistent with other products in the range, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/02/09 (Very useful, 174 readings)
I am currently on the weight watchers plan so finding snacks which are going to keep me within my daily points limit is something of a continuous task with varied results. I always get hungry at work around the 10.30am mark and to have a 1-2 point snack at this point in the day seems to work well for me - so what to have? Well, I do try and stick to snacking on fruit but sometimes you just want something that feels a bit more substantial in your stomach so over the last year I have tried a lot of 'healthy' snacks like these snack a jacks, ryvita mini bites, seasons etc. I do think some of them verge on the cardboard consistency and give very little pleasure ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/09, updated on 21/01/09 (Very useful, 313 readings)
Of late I've tried really hard to be a bit healthier in general. Although I'm not actually watching my weight (I'm a little underweight at moment to be honest with you) I am very aware that I eat too much junk food and probably one of the reasons I've felt rather lethargic of late is because I'm not feeding my body with the 'right' foods. So I've tried to eat healthier with 3 meals a day and chosen a couple of healthier snacks to satisfy that snack craving I get quite alot. Snack A Jacks are not something really I have taken alot of notice of over the past few years they've been on the market. Up until recently with this get healthy kick I'm on that is lol. So ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/12/09 (Very useful, 51 readings)
I recently bought a load of different flavoured Snack A Jacks from Asda on a 5 packs for £2.00 offer, making them 40p per pack rather than around 48p per pack. I enjoy Snack A Jacks but have tended to stick to the same flavours, Prawn and Salt & Vinegar, so thought that this would be a good way of trying the other available flavours. A 26g pack contains 106 calories and 1.6g of fat. They are not suitable for vegetarians as they contain animal rennet. They are suitable for coeliacs. Opening the pack I am met with an almost bacon-like smell, but rather the smell of bacon flavouring than of real meat. The moulded rounds of puffed ... Read the complete review
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