Ryvita Pumpkin Seeds & Oats Reviews
Product Type: Ryvita Snacks
Description:Brand: Ryvita / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... of a budgie cage covered in sand and seeds! Despite the unattractive appearance, these Ryvita crispbreads are a versatile ... more
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Ryvita Crisp Bread Pumpkin Seed & Oat Crispbread 198 gm (Pack of ...
The combination of pumpkin seeds and oats makes a scrumptious sna ...
Last Update 18.12.2013 13:27
by - written on 31/01/13, updated on 31/01/13 (Very useful, 91 readings)
I'm always keen to try and eat a healthy balanced diet, with lunchtime meals during the week posing a bit of a problem as I have to prepare something rather basic that I can eat in my lunch break at work. I saw these Pumpkin Seeds & Oats Ryvita crispbreads recently, and thought they would be handy to keep around in my desk for when I need a healthy lunchtime snack. A 200g packet cost me £1.00 from Tesco, and this contained 18 crispbread slices so each one costs just over 5 pence which is good value for money. Product description: "Wholegrain rye crispbread with pumpkin seeds and oats. + Low in saturated fat. + High fibre. + No ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/02/10 (Very useful, 52 readings)
Ryvita are a brand of cracker associated with healthy eating and people trying to lose weight. They as a principal are low in fat and calories and have two sides, one flat and smooth and one pitted. The smooth side is for the true dieter as the amount of covering per slice is much lower than the pitted side which allows your low fat cheese spread into the pits, allowing more spread per cracker. Ryvita originally only had there original rye-crispbread, they are only 32 calories per cracker and have less than 1% fat, sugar and salt. Since then there have been different versions and one of them is the pumpkin seeds and oats, they are as the traditional cracker ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/09/09 (Very useful, 54 readings)
Last year when these new Ryvita rye slices came out I wanted to try them as I love whole grain products and nut seeds... These 'Pumpkin seeds & Oats' are a new type of crisp bread that are made with 199% wholegrain rye and natural ingredients. The prices varied a lot depending if you saw them on offer or not, but I remember they started off at £1.39 and then ended up at 89p making them a more affordable snack :) Now I love this type of food either with jam as a snack or with cheese as a lunch, either soft or hard cheese, I don't really mind either is yummy with this type of brittle dry food to add moisture. There was a ... Read the complete review
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