Sainsburys Basics Cookies with Chocolate Chips Reviews
Product Type: Sainsbury's Snacks
Description:Brand: Sainsbury's / Type: Biscuits
Newest Review: ... and contain a medium amount of salt. Ho-hum, what the hey, they're a treat right?! A 250g pack of these biscuits costs ... more
by - written on 24/10/10 (Very useful, 112 readings)
I eat a lot of biscuits as I have a very sweet tooth as people who read my review on a regular basis will already know and I bought these ones from the Basics range from Sainsbury's for only 40p and so I thought I would try them to see how they tasted as they were a very cheap price. The packaging is very basic in the usual orange and white plastic wrapper, they are a nice round shaped biscuit and they are quite thick for the price, the texture of them is very crunchy when eating them and they melt very nicely, they have a few dark chocolate chips in each biscuit and the taste of the biscuit and the chips taste very nice together and they are not at all dry as ... Read the complete review
by - written on 28/01/10 (Very useful, 29 readings)
We've ate loads of biscuits from the Basics shelf in Sainsburys just lately and some of them have been brill, there are some crap ones too but these Chocolate Chip Cookies are yummy. They're only 40p for a 250g pack and that's a lot of cookies, they come in one of them longer than usual packs of biscuits and will nearly fill the biscuit tin on their own! They're a lot dryer to eat than the Maryland cookies that we usually have but you've got to think about how cheap they are and I think for the money they're wicked value. There aren't that many chocolate chips in each cookie but they've got quite a strong flavour and melt nice in your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/01/10 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Sainsbury's Basics Cookies with Chocolate Chips - Small is not beautiful always !!! I got few of these during my recent shopping and decided to pick them up.The packaging is again familiar Sainsbury's one with a white plastic bag and orange & white colour. I opened the wrapper quickly to see what is in store for me. The cookies are small as compared to my regular chocóchip biscuits. I tasted one and was really surprised as I find them crunchy enough to think that these are basic variants.I was expecting a buttery and little creamy kind of flavour although I had in back of my mind that this might not be the attribute with this one.The biscuits ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/11/09 (Very useful, 39 readings)
I try most Biscuits out there. Yes, the premium or brand named ones normally have the edge, but sometimes Budget ones are alright, even if they are a bit on the small side normally. I got these out of Sainsbury's as Basics are the budget brand of this shop. These cost me 39p for a 250g pack, so a good bit cheaper than the Maryland equivelent ones. The pack isn't that exciting. It is a white cellophane type wrapper which keeps the Biscuits tightly in the pack. The Cookies are stacked on top of each other, but there's still a few crumbs falling out the pack. Bit odd as it looks like there is no room for the Cookies to move and get broken. The only ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/08/09 (Very useful, 61 readings)
We don't usually buy a lot of biscuits in the weekly shop but this week I decided to try some of Sainsbury's basics range and see how they compared to other biscuits we buy for treats. The chocolate chip cookies are packaged in the same basic packaging all the items from the basics range are, in plain white wrapping with orange stripes and lettering. There is nothing fancy about it, but you do get a nice sized packet for your 40p. Compared to a 150g packet of Maryland cookies for 88p, this 250g packet from Sainsbury's is very good value in monetary terms. The cookies aren't as large as the ones from Maryland, but that's just a good excuse to eat more ... Read the complete review
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