Tesco Salt and Vinegar Rice Cakes Reviews
Product Type: Tesco Snacks
Description:Brand: Tesco / Type: Snacks
Newest Review: ... to about 13p per snack break (plus whatever topping you put on of course). The Tesco Salt and Vinegar Rice Cakes are low in ... more
by - written on 28/05/11, updated on 22/08/13 (Very useful, 119 readings)
Summer is approaching and suddenly everyone* is trying to be healthy and active. Unfortunately, a claim that I am exempt from this would be a lie. Diet wise, my main downfall is crisps. I love them. I could live off of them. They are, unfortunately, not the most healthy of foods. Which is disappointing because if I could lose weight on a diet of crisps I would be in heaven! So, in order to reduce my crisp intake I made the decision to swap crisps with rice cakes. (*slight exaggeration maybe) -- Health benefits -- It doesn't take much to assume that rice cakes would be a bit healthier for you than crisps; a lot of things are to be fair. Even ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/01/10 (Very useful, 91 readings)
Like possibly everyone else who is reviewing this product, I am always on the look out for something tasty to munch which is not too laden with calories and fat. I saw someone eating this product at work and decided that I would give them a go. I am not particularly clued up on these type of foods for instance ryvitas etc, and thought I would try something with a little bit of flavouring to it. I think they only do these in plain or salt and vinegar, and being the worlds biggest salt and vinegar fan thought I would try these particular ones from Tesco. They are a little over a pound at £1.11 for 132g. The packaging is still the same as in the advertised Dooyoo ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/12/09 (Very useful, 91 readings)
I recently decided to spend a Friday night in, watching Christmas films and eating chocolate. However, after having spent the day at the gym, it seemed a waste to binge on chocolate. I went to Tesco in the hope of finding a healthier alternative; I considered fruit, cereal bars and yoghurt, but I was desperate for something sweet. I hadn't even considered rice cakes, but whilst wandering down the crisp aisle, I spotted Snack-a-Jacks. They cost 48p per small bag, which I thought was a little excessive (especially considering a chocolate bar costs around the same and I would have got much more satisfaction from that!) I then spotted these rice cakes; Tesco Salt ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/07/09 (Very useful, 109 readings)
I used to find rice cakes very boring and bland. I know they are good for an alternative to crackers, bread ect.., being so much more lower in calories, but I couldn't get on with them until I discovered these lovely salt and vinegar ones from Tesco's. I was trying to be good and look for something for my low fat cheese to go on, Ryvita's were out of the window as I had about as many as I could eat, be it sesame seeds, rye, multi-grain I couldn't eat anymore of them. The same went for Crackerbread I tried to convince myself that I was enjoying them, but I wasn't! Then I spotted this turquoise blue packet jumping out at me, I hadn't seen them ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/01/09 (Very useful, 131 readings)
From time to time when I am feeling healthy I tend to head to Tesco and buy some rice cakes. I normally buy them plain and add flavour myself with the topping. I have purchased the salt and vinegar rice cakes in the past. They are not my favourite kind but they offer a different taste when I feel like a change. Currently in Tesco they cost £1.07 for a 132g pack. I will list the ingredients, however after reading these I am somewhat concerned how healthy these rice cakes actually are. Ingredients Brown Rice, Maize, Seasoning. Seasoning contains: Preservative (Sodium Acetate), Salt, Antioxidant (Citric Acid), Flavour ... Read the complete review
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