Seabrook Crinkle Cut Prawn Cocktail Crisps Reviews
Product Type: Seabrook Snacks
Description:Brand: Seabrook / Type: Crisps/Snacks
Newest Review: ... of the bag other information listed includes being told a bout other fallacious Seabrooks have created, the ingredients and a ... more
by - written on 21/12/09 (Very useful, 37 readings)
I have always been a fan of Prawn Cocktail Crinkle Cut Crisps, because my Mum used to buy them as a treat when I was younger. Over recent years I have occasionally picked them up in Tesco's for 25p a packet - which is exceptional value considering that you can pay up to 70p for a packet of crisps within other brands. I recently spotted packs of six prawn cocktail Seabrook's crisps in my local pound shop for £1.00, so I decided to stock up and I have started eating them more regularly. These crisps have been available since 1945 and the packaging reflects this - you can tell that they are made by Seabrook's because of the logo at the front of the packet. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/02/12, updated on 26/02/12 (Very useful, 85 readings)
My husband and I both love Crisps and have recently only been purchasing brands that are on special offer due to the pennies being a little tight. In Asda recently the Seabrook's range of crinkle cut crisps have been on offer and I thought for once I would steer away from our usual flavours and purchase something different. We both like prawn cocktail flavour crisps but I very rarely purchase them but spotted that this was one of the flavours in the Seabrook's range so purchased a multi-pack of 6 for just £1.00. Now I had heard of Seabrook crisps before and it states on the front of the packets that they have been around since 1945 but they seem to have been ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/13 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Last week whilst I was in Morrison's I really fancied getting myself some crisps. I try not to buy them too often cos as soon as I buy them the lot is gone however at 99p for a 6 bag pack of these I decided it didn't matter for that price if I did devour the lot and that I'd just have to put extra time in at the gym lol. The outer bag is simply larger than the individual bags but the same in appearance. The bag is plastic and mainly white and pink in colour and the inside is silver foil and on the front of the bag we are told clearly what they are and who they by and that they are 'lovingly Cooked In Yorkshire' and that they are MSG Free and made with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/12/09 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I tried a packet of these crisps when I bought with a meal deal I got from Asda and was so impressed I will be buying more, in multipacks!! I have seen them available in various places from supermarkets, to newsagents and off licenses, they price varying greatly from 22p to 40p. At 166 calories for a 31.8g bag these are quite high in calories but then they are bigger than the average bag so it is outweighed. Kind of - I still ate the whole bag so that is a lot of calorie consumption. These crinkle cut crisps are well flavoured with a tangy prawn cocktail flavouring and are very similar in taste to the well known brand of Walkers crisps, but some ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/10, updated on 21/02/10 (Very useful, 75 readings)
I love any crisps but I've always loved the taste of Seabrook crinkle cut crisps and my favorite is (you guested it) Prawn Cocktail. Seabrook have been around for a while 65 years infact (since 1945) and still make great tasting flavoursome crisps. You can buy Seabrook as either a multipack for around £1.30 or as a single pack for around 30 pence. You can get hold of them in your local supermarket or corner shop. The Prawn Cocktail Seabrook are in a pink and white packet weighing in at 31.8g. Seabrook pioneered the use of sea salt to use in these tastey crisps and thats what give them the great flavour today. when you open the bag the smell hits ... Read the complete review
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