Tesco Prawn Cocktail Snacks Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Newest Review: ... crisps, shaped like an oyster, very similar to skips and they taste almost exactly like skips. Tesco really impressed me with ... more
by - written on 10/03/13 (Useful, 15 readings)
I have loved skips ever since I was a child and it had been quite some time that I hadn't had them. I suddenly got a craving for them but they were unfortunately over two pounds for a bag of 6. I thought that was pretty expensive so I didn't buy it. I then went further down the isle in Tesco and saw a pink shiny packet of prawn cocktail crisps for 99 pence. It wasn't an average sized bag, it was one of those over sized bags and I immediantly put it in my basket. I was so excited to try them that I opened them as soon as I stepped outside and I was completely addicted. They are puffy crisps, shaped like an oyster, very similar to skips and they taste almost exactly ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/11, updated on 17/08/11 (Very useful, 61 readings)
These snacks caught my eye a couple of weeks ago as we were in a rush to buy something quick and easy to munch on our travels home (flat cleaning all day coupled with a gastro bug.) I usually default to buying Tesco's bacon rasher style crisps (which I have also reviewed) but decided to change things up. I wasn't expecting much from these snacks but I was really surprised to find they tasted exactly like their KP counter-part, Skips. The same 'melt on your tongue' experience and that same tangy, almost sharp taste. The only difference is that these snacks don't contain lactose or milk ingredients of any kind; very important to me as I have a vegan diet. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/05/10 (Very useful, 87 readings)
It's Grand Prix season - that in this house means munchie food time! It's just a bit of a tradition really, turn the TV on, listen to the preamble before the race, and set ourselves up with some bits to munch on. It can be crisps, chocolate, peanuts etc. or it can be sausage rolls, cheesy potato balls and dips, or well whatever we've decided would make a good snack munch for that day (often to be honest it depends where in the season we are, and therefore when during the day we're going to be sitting down to view the race). Last race, we settled in with a mixture of things, including a bowl of these Tesco prawn cocktail snacks. - They're like skips really, ... Read the complete review
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