Quaker Snack A Jacks Chocolate Chip Jumbo Delights Reviews
Product Type: Quaker Snacks
Description:Brand: Quaker / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... the multipack bags of mini snack-a-jacks, which is what I usually buy... maybe this is why I hadn't noticed the chocolate ... more
by - written on 24/09/09 (Very useful, 98 readings)
Snack a Jacks Chocolate Chip Jumbo ...... Since loosing nearly 3 stone in weight I have been eating things that contain less fat and less calories and trying to fill myself up this way rather than on high fat high calorie high stodgy things. These Snack a Jacks Chocolate Chip Jumbo Cakes are something that I used to eat when they first came out onto the market a few years ago. But because I hadn't really been watching my weight since then they weren't something I would regularly buy. The packet of around 20 large rice cakes costs roughly £1.50pence in most larger supermarkets (although my local small Sainsbury's and Somerfield do not stock ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/05/09 (Very useful, 128 readings)
I've recently found my new favourite not so naughty snack, and it's name? Well Snack a Jacks chocolate chip jumbo delights of course! I found these babies on the biscuit aisle in Tesco. They cost £1.77 which isn't bad as they contain about 20 per pack, but they are slightly more expensive than the other flavours in the jumbo delight range (I'm convinced this is because of the popularity of this flavour). I was a little unsure when I first brought these as I generally don't like rice cakes but thought I would give them a try as I could do with shifting a few pounds and the thought of chocolate chips drew me in! They come in a very girlie and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/06/12 (Very useful, 140 readings)
I was recently in Asda shopping when I noticed the packs of the large snack-a-jacks reduced to £1 each. I love the salt & vinegar flavoured ones and so picked a pack up straight away. It was then when I noticed this chocolate chip flavour available, which I hadn't seen or tried before. I thought it was a new flavour but it looks like they have actually been around for a while, I just must not have noticed them before! I think the chocolate chip flavour is only available in the packs of the large snack-a-jacks and not in the multipack bags of mini snack-a-jacks, which is what I usually buy... maybe this is why I hadn't noticed the chocolate chip flavour ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/10, updated on 21/01/12 (Very useful, 78 readings)
I am trying to lose a bit of weight after having had two children. I have really got into the snacking habit after being at home with them, so i was looking for something that was a better option for me. I spotted these alongside all the other varieties of snack a jacks. I could immediately disregard the savoury ones i had tried before as i knew i didn't like the taste, so i went for a pack of these as i had not tried them before. The pack contains 12 large rice cakes. Each one is a light brown cocoa colour, and doesn't particularly smell of very much. Each one contains 62 calories and 1.1g of fat (0.5g of saturated fat.) It feels like a fairly ... Read the complete review
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