Quaker Snack-A-Jacks Salt & Vinegar Reviews
Product Type: Quaker Snacks
Description:Brand: Quaker / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... come in 26g bags and I purchased mine from Tesco at a cost of £1.00 for two packets. If I had purchased them individually ... more
by - written on 27/11/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I will admit that i'm someone who is fairly slim but i do like to maintain my weight by eating a balance of foods. Because i am quite partial to chocolate and cakes i find it's best if i stick to the lower fat options of things that can pass of as nice while being low in calories at the same time. I saw these salt and vinegar flavoured snack a jacks in Tesco of offer for two multipacks for £2.50. In each multipack you get four packets so they aren't the cheapest crisps in the world but i think they are worth it. They come in a blue packaging which states they are a rice and corn snack and are only 7% fat. You will also see that these are only 89 calories per ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/06/11 (Very useful, 59 readings)
It's fair to say that we've overindulged in our home recently, whether it's takeaways, party food or wedding cake we've eaten our share, and someone elses, of junk and fat lately. It's for this reason that we've both decided to try and eat healthier now. While shopping at Tesco I spotted that they had a 2 for £2.50 offer on 6 packs of Snack-A-Jacks. I opted for the cheese & chive flavour (I think that's it!) and the salt & vinegar flavour. These Snack-A-Jacks are rice & corn cakes, flavoured with salt and vinegar flavouring. Each cake is a similar size and is round, like a small disc. They aren't huge but then you get more in the packet which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/03/11 (Very useful, 39 readings)
Having recently plucked up for courage and motivation to go on a diet to get the bikini body I am after for summer, I found the most difficult thing was stopping myself from snacking. Before I never realised how much I snack throughout the day on really little silly things like biscuits, but all the calories add up, I just never really thought about it. I've never been much of a crisp addict to be honest, but I'm partial to a packet of Doritos every so often! Chocolate is more of my down side, which I am yet to find an alternative for (all suggestions are welcome!). But now when I fancy a snack, I turn to the next best thing to a packet of crisps or a chocolate bar... ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/05/10 (Very useful, 42 readings)
Snack a Jacks are a great healthy alternative to some of the more processed foods that are available on the current consumer market. They are basically made of rice and maize with the addition of different flavourings, which in this case is salt and vinegar. On average in a 22g bag of the snack food there is only 89 calories, meaning that it comes to about half the content of a normal bag of crisps, while you get twice the amount of product. The highest thing you will find in the packets is the amount of salt that they add to give the product flavour and in a 26g bag this is usually only still 12% of your recommended daily allowance. This may ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/05/10 (Very useful, 74 readings)
Mrs B is trying to slim down for our summer holiday and wedding later this year. I don't think there is any need, she is perfect as she is but still she insists on buying treats that will allow her to snack without feeling too guilty. I on the other hand go for the full fat crisps but one day last week as I was packing my lunch box, I discovered my crisp cupboard was bare. Bare I say. Because of this I quickly grabbed one of Mrs B's Salt and Vinegar Snack A Jack Packs. In all honesty, I didn't hold out much hope of liking them as I've never been inclined to ever try rice cakes before but much to my surprise, I can sheepishly say I did enjoy them. The Snack A ... Read the complete review
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