Tesco Bacon Rashers Bacon Flavour Crisps Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Crisps
Newest Review: ... bacon and the metallic/foil packaging to promote the idea of freshness I suspect. The text on the crisps is a little more ... more
by - written on 23/01/10 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I started buying these a few years ago because I am a big fan of Frazzles, and as any fans will know Frazzles are quite difficult to get hold of these days! Because they are a Tesco product they are only available from Tesco but seem to be available in most stores, even the smaller express ones. They come in a 150g bag for 85p. It is worth noting that the packaging is slightly different from that in the picture and is now a bit more modern with pink and silver squares. The snack can be found in the crisp aisle, next to the other big bags of crisps and tubed crisps such as Pringles. Opening the bag you are greeted by a nice bacon smell. They smell very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/07/11 (Very useful, 95 readings)
When I was a little trimmer than I am now these were my favourite weekly treat. These days as I'm trying to cut a bit of weight I have them rarely. However, when I do have them I like to sit with a big bag of them and just munch my way through whilst watching a favourite TV programme - and truth be told I do share them with my husband, because I am generous :P. Okay so the packaging has changed from the photograph on here. It is a shiny, metallic pink colour; the pink to denote the colour of bacon and the metallic/foil packaging to promote the idea of freshness I suspect. The text on the crisps is a little more 'grown up', too. Although the image of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/10 (Very useful, 24 readings)
We first had these over Xmas and they're so nice that we've brought them loads of times since then. They are Tescos version of Frazzles and cost 85p for a 150g bag, I don't think you can buy them in bigger bags and that's a shame because they're yummy and it would be wicked to be able to put them in packed lunches and stuff like that. They are maize and rice snacks and have got a nice soft texture that melts in your mouth. They're a lot more puffed than Frazzles and start melting quicker too. They have been made to look like rashers of bacon with pink lines on them like frazzles, they don't look as good as Frazzles I don't think and deffo look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/10 (Very useful, 13 readings)
I rmeeber fondlty the days of growing up with my two brothers, and going down the local shop and mum buying us Frazzles. What could be better than a crisp, tasting of bacon, and actually trying to look like bacon too?! Its just a shame that you dont often see them in many supermarkets now, but Tesco have their own version, which comes in a super big bag, ideal for sharing. These bacon rashers taste exactly how I remember them, nice strong flavour, without being too strong. They are made out of maize, and formed into retangular shapes, which have strips of red on them in order to look like a piece oif streakuy bacon. The only trouble ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/02/10 (Useful, 12 readings)
Pity you don't get Crisps like these in smaller packets. I guess that's what Frazzles are for though. This is Tesco's big bag version of these. They come in a 150g bag and cost about 70p. The bag looks alright, a nice pink colour and from the packet it gives the idea of a nice Bacon taste. There is a picture of a bowlful of these and they look like Frazzles as well. There is quite a lot of Crisps in here, and they are quite heavy as far as Crisps go. They are nearly a square shape and are a light yellow colour with a couple of pink lines through them. I guess this is meant to symbolise Bacon Rashers. They are pretty crunchy as well, and a bit ... Read the complete review
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