Quaker Snack a Jacks Reviews
Description:Brand: Quaker / Type: Crisps / Low fat, light & Crispy Rice and Corn Snacks.
Newest Review: ... mouthwatering smell of smokey bacon hits you. Each little Snack a Jack is about 3cm in diameter and looks like a little disc ... more
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Last Update 06.03.2014 06:59
by - written on 02/01/08 (Very useful, 162 readings)
As someone who is a sufferer of Bulimia I'm very careful of what I put in my mouth. I have my danger foods and crisps and chocolate and stuff like that can make me feel bad and bring back on my illness but like other people there are times when I want a little snack or I'm caught on the hop and need a little nibble! So I try to avoid crisps unless they are really low fat and if available I'll grab these, Seasons or Mini Rivita's. The Snack A Jacks Mini Bites I'm reviewing are Sour Cream & Sweet Chilli. The Packet is a tin foil like pack which is a vacuumed sealed 28g gram bag which is recyclable. Its a red colour on the front clearly stating what they are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/08 (Very useful, 65 readings)
A review of Snack a Jacks salt and vinegar rice and corn snacks. Anything covered with salt and vinegar is a winner with me and I've been eating these crisps/snacks for quite a while. I actually first started out eating the Snack a Jacks range of big rice cakes and then saw these in the shops and though they were much more suitable for a light/midday snack or to go with a sandwich so have been a fan ever since. I am always looking for a healthier alternative to classic crisps but something that still offers that crisp type flavour/experience and in these I think I have found that. Basically they are round/rice cake stlye snacks with a salt and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/03/08 (Very useful, 113 readings)
I'm a huge fan of crisps and all things snacky and bad for me! I thought I would give snack a jacks a go because I don't want to be gaining weight because of my fondness for fattening things! I didn't expect to like them particularly because I don't normally like the low fat substitute crisps, but I thought it was worth a try anyway! They are made from a combination of corn and rice. I bought the salt and vinegar flavour initially, because I wasn't really drawn to any of the others on offer. They make Caramel, Sour Cream, Chedder Cheese, Prawn Cocktail, Roast Chicken flavours but some of these are harder to find than others! I used ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/02/08, updated on 11/02/08 (Useful, 53 readings)
Being a junk food...well...junkie i suppose, i have decided to try and drastically cut down the amount of rubbish i eat, as i am starting to worry about my children-my eldest is three, and if i have a few biscuits, then she's going to want them too, and i worry about their health if they always eat the wrong things. However, unfortunately, my eldest has most definately inherited my taste, as she refuses vegetables, as i did when younger, but will eat fruit as it tastes sweet. i have to be really careful-if something sweet gets left on the work top in the kitchen, more often than not it goes missing-she always finds a way to sneak out there and find it. my answer to the .. Read the complete review
by - written on 14/04/08 (Useful, 58 readings)
These are salt and vinegar rice snacks which make a change from the salt and vinegar crisps I like. They come in a small blue bag and look quite eyecatching. They cost 40p in my local shop and I noticed that tesco do five packets for £1 occasionally which is much better value. My girlfriend bought them for me to try because I love crisps. Because they're made of rice they are healthier than fried potato and have less than 10% fat but I don't like them all that much as I find them too dry and the vinegar flavour is bitter and overpowering. The texture is crunchy but light, a bit like popcorn and these aren't too filling. They're good for lunchboxes ... Read the complete review
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