Sainsbury's Bacon Crispies Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Snack
Newest Review: ... crisps only come up to about half way so there is a lot of air in the bag- the bag could be made much smaller but we all know ... more
by - written on 02/04/10 (Very useful, 121 readings)
I spotted a pack of these in our Sainsbury's local the other day whilst on the prowl for snack foods. At 69p for a 100g bag they were cheaper than all the other crisps on the crisp aisle in that particular store, so I decided to give them a try. The bag is one of those large share packs, coloured in a bacon purple/pink colour- the sort of bag you would buy for an evening in with a movie or to pour into a bowl for a buffet. Our pack lasted two days of grazing by myself and Mr Norton. When you open the pack, the crisps only come up to about half way so there is a lot of air in the bag- the bag could be made much smaller but we all know how crisp companies like ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/03/10 (Very useful, 44 readings)
I've gone mad on these Bacon Crispies from Sainsburys, I usually get the big 100g bags but last time got a pack of 6 normal sized bags for 96p. The individual bags are only 21g but you get loads of crisps for that, they must weigh light or something. They are Sainsburys version of Frazzles but I like them a bit better because the crisps are thicker and they are nicer to eat because of that. The crisps are maize snacks and have got a strong bacon flavour, there doesn't look like there is much flavouring on them but even the smell of them is mega strong. They feel a bit greasy in your fingers but don't taste like they've been swimming in oil, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/09/09 (Very useful, 41 readings)
I am a fan of crisps and pretty much all things bacon flavour so when I saw a multi-pack of these in Sainsburys they really caught my eye and I had to buy some. These bacon crispies are made by Sainsburys and they are provided in a reddy/browny colour packaging and it is adorned with the usual Sainsburys logo, nutritional information, ingredients etc. The crisps are made with maize & rice flour which has been shaped in to inch long bites and they are bacon flavoured. There is lots of flavouring all over the crisps and it really does taste quite like bacon, they are lovely and crunchy and have a great crisp bite to them. These are one of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/09/09, updated on 08/05/10 (Very useful, 156 readings)
I hadn't had these for a while but got them when I was out shopping yesterday. Then I discovered that they were in Dooyoo's catalogue so here's what I thought of them. Packaging. These crisps come in a bag which is predominantly a pinky-purple colour. A notation on the bag tells us that it can't be recycled at the current time. The front of the bag tells us that this product contains only natural colours and flavours as well as what sort of nutrients you'd get from eating a quarter of the bag. On the back of the bag are the ingredients, the nutritional information, the Guideline Daily Amounts for men, women and children and a few other bits 'n' ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/11/09 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Although I should be on a serious diet, I can't resist these crisps! Sainsbury's Bacon Crispies are pretty much the same as Frazzles but I think they are much better. Why? First of all, they come in a bigger pack! They are also thicker and taste a lot more flavoursome. Now they are made with sunflower oil (as most crisps are these days) so not as bad as they used to be! Recipe has also been improved of late and I find that they now seem to have more seasoning which is what you want with crisps - lots of flavour! Also contain only natural colours and flavours and for those slimmers amongst you, saturated fat is 2.3g per pack and 474 calories - calories are quite . Read the complete review
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