Sainsbury's Basics Digestive Biscuits Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Newest Review: ... for the small price. They are a nice light tan colour and they are a good size of 4 inches or so in diameter. They are a good ... more
by - written on 01/03/11 (Very useful, 151 readings)
As most of you who read my reviews on a regular basic know that I have a very sweet tooth and love my snack and I have a huge appetite, I love to eat biscuits and chocolates as I find they help keep my hunger at bay in between my meals and also for eating at night while watching the television. I buy these biscuits on a regular basis, they are from the Sainsbury's cheaper brand of biscuits and they are priced at around only 23p for a 400g packet. The packaging is very basic looking and in the colours of the basics range of Orange and White. The packaging is plastic and it is packed very well indeed to house these nice biscuits. They are circular ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/08/09 (Very useful, 90 readings)
Digestives are actually one of my favourite biscuits and I'm partial to a few of them whether or not they are covered in chocolate. It's quite unusual for me to like a biscuit without some sort of chocolate or chocolate/caramel combination smothered over the top but I love these just as they are . In Sainsbury's I can purchase a 400g packet of Digestive Biscuits from the 'Basics' Range for just 31p and this is only 3p per 100g cheaper than the chocolate covered ones so I chose these purely because I like them rather than for the price. The biscuits appear to be a pretty standard size and they are round in shape. They are lovely and crunchy and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/09 (Very useful, 43 readings)
Cruising the biscuit aisle one day, I spotted a familiar white package. A white package with orange writing - the sign of Sainsbury's basics. This makes me happy, to spot new Basics items I was not aware of before. Becaue Basics items are, as a rule, awesome. So I decided to buy a packet of these because they were only 31p and I felt they would be awesome. And, dear reader, they were awesome. As is to be expected. I like these digestives because they're quite a neat size. Usually, digestives are huge, massive. These are quite a regular old average size. And so you don't feel overly fat when you go and eat one. Then two. Then...yes. But then you undo ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/04/09, updated on 02/04/09 (Very useful, 78 readings)
When I spotted these I couldn't resist purchasing them the other day! Nice big packet for the little price tag of 31p for such a large packet of biscuits, they had to be bought cos I just love biscuits and simply adore plain digestives! The Packaging.... Long, white and orange plastic 'tube' shape packet. On the front of the packet in white and orange writing I'm told they are Sainsbury's Basics, Digestive Biscuits that are 'smaller but great for dunking' and there is a scribble in orange colour of what is meant to be one of the biscuits. I'm told they now contain less salt and there is a nutritional at a glance pye chart on there and the best ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/02/09 (Very useful, 127 readings)
My nine year old granddaughter wanted to do some cooking at the weekend but I didn't want all the cleaning up afterwards. I decided to get some biscuits and let her ice them and decorate them with sweets, I knew she'd enjoy that and it meant a nice snack and not too much washing up afterwards. I had cocoa and icing sugar in the cupboard as well as some silver balls (tooth-crackers!), marzipan, mini marshmallows and various shades of food colouring. All I needed to buy really was biscuits and as my brother and his wife were visiting that evening I decided I might as well buy plenty of biscuits so my granddaughter could serve them out after we'd eaten. ... Read the complete review
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