Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Newest Review: ... £1.25 for the same weight). You get 200g in both packs, which equates to around 10 'biscuits'. Which to be fair, isn't a lot. Especially ... more
Figgin cheap and amazing!
Tesco Fig Rolls
Member Name: Kahdeksantoista
Tesco Fig Rolls
Advantages: Great tasting, not very fattening, filling fig rolls!
Disadvantages: A little bit of mess when you eat them!
The pastry on the outside is a lot fluffier than the premium brand, I see this as a good thing, the fig is not as tough and chewy either. The premium brand seem to have flatter fig rolls whereas these are not as wide but are a fraction of a bit thicker and generously filled with fig. The pack itself is again just like the premium brand, red but with the Tesco logo in white and Fig Rolls in a paler red than the packet underneath the Tesco logo. You get around 12 rolls in a pack. Just tear open the pack and pull out the cardboard *drawer*(?) in which the fig rolls are all packed together, you may have a little bit of fun getting that first first roll out but you are ready to go when it is.
I would say dirt cheap, but buying a bag of soil from B&Q will cost more (soil is practically the same as dirt). So I shall say fig roll cheap. The premium brand is 68p and these are 35p, very nearly half price for a 200g pack and I am sure the premium brand is of comparable weight.
Nutritional Info-----(Per fig roll)
The only info anyone cares about:
Calories - 70 - 4%
Sugar - 8.3g - 9%
Fat- 1.6g - 2%
Saturates - 0.7g - 4%
Salt - Trace - <1%
The ingredients on here are very simple indeed, with nothing 14 letters long that the country convinces you is deadly.
Cannot guarantee nut free, contains milk, wheat and gluten.
Clearly a great source of energy and NOT fattening! Hallelujah.
Summary: Go for these before you buy any other brand, cheaper, more for your money and tastier.