Quaker Snack a Jacks Prawn Cocktail Reviews
Product Type: Quaker Snacks
Description:Brand: Quaker / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... because although the bag is bigger it isn't any heavier than other crisps. The bag is pink in colour to represent prawn ... more
by - written on 06/12/09 (Very useful, 29 readings)
I have been eating Snack A Jacks for years and Prawn Cocktail flavour are my very favourite ones. I buy them regularly and have them probably twice a week now. A 26g pack generally costs around 48p in most supermarkets , a few pence more in Boots and Superdrug. A whole pack is 106 calories and 2.0g of fat. There does seem to be loads in a pack, although are quickly demolished. I prefer these to crisps when I am hungrier as they do fill me temporarily and taste great. Snack A Jacks a round disc shaped rice and corn snacks, with each disc being just a little bigger than a fifty pence piece. The tangy prawn cocktail flavour is stronger than then ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/09/09 (Very useful, 161 readings)
---Intro--- Continuing my annoying habit of reviewing food whilst at work and particularly rice cakes, today I'm going to be reviewing the Sack a Jacks Prawn Cocktail flavour. This 26g bag was picked up at Tesco the other month in a 3 for £1.20 offer, and would last for another 7 months if I wasn't going to eat them now! ---Snack a Jacks--- Snack a Jacks are a range of rice cake snacks made by Quaker - visit www.snackajacks.co.uk to find out more about the range. ---The packaging--- The packet is predominantly pink, you can't miss it - since pink is usually the colour for prawn cocktail flavoured snacks, this isn't a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/10/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
I am a big crisp fan. I know that they are not healthy for you, but they are just so tasty. I particularly like strong flavours. On a recent lunchtime visit to my convenience store, I noticed that Snack a Jacks were on offer at 39p for a large 26g packet of snacks. Strange really because although the bag is bigger it isn't any heavier than other crisps. The bag is pink in colour to represent prawn cocktail. The snack itself, unlike other crisps, is made from from rice and corn. Upon opening the packet, I got the distinct smell of prawn cocktail, although it wasn't over powering. The snacks are like other snack a jacks in that they are a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/10 (Very useful, 30 readings)
Snack A Jacks are my saviou when I am on a Diet. They are actually pretty tasty for a Diet food, and quite filling as well. This flavour is relatively new to the Snack A Jack's family and came along when the Roast Chicken ones came out, which I think was the other year. These are available in 26g bag and cost about 50p. Asda is often good at selling 3 for £1, which they are doing now. The bag is alright looking. The usual larger bag with the bag about 75% full. The bag is a medium pink colour and has the Snack A Jacks logo on the front and a picture of a couple of them as well. Per bag these have 105 calories and 2g of fat, so certainly a ... Read the complete review
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